Vol. 26 - No. 2 february, march 2010 adar, NisaN 5770
Dates To Remember
PURIM @BETH JACOB
Saturday & Sunday,
February 27 & 28
Special Purim Celebration for
Young Children including
Costume Parade & entertainment at
6:00 pm on Saturday, February 27.
Mincha and Ma’ariv at 6:30 pm imme-
February 5 & 6
diately followed by the reading
of Megillat Esther. Purim celebrations
continue on Sunday, February 28 at
9:00 am followed by breakfast
March 5 & 6
Shabbat Mishpacha features lots of food,
friends and fun for all ages!
Rabbi Selsberg and Cantor Eyal take you
WAlkIng WITH lIFE on an incredible journey through singing,
discussion, and prayer. Friday night services
with Rabbi Dan Selsberg
are at 5:00 pm.Congregational dinner at
February 7, March 7 & 21 6:00pm. Saturday lunches are free!
Walking through the meanings
behind and sources for Jewish Life
cycle events using diverse primary
sources. No Hebrew knowledge
required. Class is free, Breakfast $5
ISRAElI ART SHOW
& FIlM FESTIvAl
Saturday, March 13 &
Sunday, March 14
details inside & on back page
Visit the shul website at
Shul Office: 905.522.1351
A word from the Rabbi Beth Jacob Happenings
We get bombarded with information.
After lengthy discussions with the Executive and the Board, Soul, Body & Mind
we concluded that restructuring Beth Jacob’s operations to Sunday, February 14, 2010
News, music, noise, seem constant for many more closely resemble the more sustainable model adopted Israeli Art Show & Film Festival Marilyn levy with Rabbi Dan Selsberg
of us—ubiquity of TV, internet, radio, iPods,
telephones, cell phones, smart phones,
by other, similar intuitions is both responsible and necessary. March 13 & 14 Film Synopsis (see back page) love on the fringes. How to tie the knot
Unavoidably, taking steps in this direction will have an impact on
computers and more make us constantly the shul’s longstanding caretakers, Krystina and Czeslaw Kwak. Saturday, March 13 @ 8:30 pm: Lost Islands Tzitzit Tying 101 - a hands-on workshop
plugged in. Information is now easy to get, Effective June 30, 2010, Czeslaw and Krystyna will be leaving Bring your own tallit (and tallit katan) your zayda’s tallit, your mother’s
much easier than a generation ago. How to Lost Islands became Israel’s box office hit of tallit, and you will learn how to check the tzitziyot, and then how
process that information hasn’t gotten any 2008, due in part to its deft depiction of an to tie them yourself. You will be able to purchase new sets of wool
Obviously this has been a difficult decision given that
intimate family crisis set against the back- tzitziyot at the workshop. Hand Made Tzitziyot @ $18 a set, or Machine
easier. Rabbi Dan Selsberg Czeslaw and Krystyna have served the shul with such dedication drop of a national drama. For the Levi family, Made Tzitziyot @ $10 a set. If you wish to purchase sets of tzitziyot it
I’m fully a part of this culture. I love over the last decade. And in making this change, we do so with their disillusionment is mirrored in the is essential that you register and place your order by February 5th so
my gadgets and the ease of getting (and disseminating) the utmost appreciation, consideration and sensitivity. national unease toward the war in Lebanon, that we will have enough for everybody. Rabbi Dan Selsberg will start
information, and the pace of technology’s advances is hugely Our synagogue is a sacred trust, and we must not treat it and soon the naive bliss of childhood seems the session with a short introduction to the laws and lore of wearing
exciting. We can live longer and know more than ever before. lightly, nor risk its future. For this reason we have empowered a generations past. As the family learns to navigate these choppy waters and tying Tzitziyot.
But, again, how to process that information hasn’t gotten any
easier. And how to bring meaning to our years (or how to bring
committee to conduct an extensive review of all of the options through difficult compromise and newfound empathy, we are offered a
Sunday, March 7, 2010
with regard to maintenance, security, catering, and other matters suggestion as to how the wildly complex difficulties of the Middle East
Hilton Silberg: going green for Tikkun Olam
meaning to how those years are spent) is no easier. that will be affected by this transition. As an integral part of the also might be eased, if not altogether resolved.
The Jewish tradition is meant to help us deal with all of The JNF’s Eco approach to repairing Israel and the World
restructuring, the residence on Cottage Avenue will be sold and
this. I have to say, I don’t know how folks who don’t celebrate Last Fall, as part of a mission of newly inaugurated JNF Ambassadors,
the debt reduced accordingly. Sunday, March 14 @ 1:00 pm: Brothers
Shabbat keep up. The rest from the onslaught of information is the Silbergs visited Israel and learned how some of the revolutionary
Goodbyes are never easy, but we know that this decision Eco projects that have been developed for Israel are being shared
so sweet, so refreshing, that I couldn’t’ do without it. Even the is in the best interest of the shul as we position ourselves for the Two Jewish brothers, whose choices and
values have driven them apart, meet again with many other countries and how, in so-doing, Israeli scientists are
shorter daily bursts of quiet time for prayer and reflection are future. Please join us in thanking the Kwaks for their many years helping to Repair the World. Hilton will describe Eco initiatives used for
ideal for making sense of the information we have. Torah study in Israel after many years of silence. Dan
of dedicated service and wishing them well in the future. stopping desertification of the Negev, that are also being used to halt
has been living on a secular kibbutz for 25
has always been a way that we’ve tried to learn about how to the advance of deserts in Africa; how methods of saving and utilizing
years, working the land. His deeply religious
operate in the world. John & Wendy brother, Aaron, is a distinguished lawyer and water supplies to their optimum, are shared with other arid countries
I have to confess, I don’t always come up with answers to all Torah scholar based in New York. He is invited
in the Middle East; and how unique methods used to increase growth
of life’s’ problems. (My son this morning asked “Why do people A word from the Cantor to Jerusalem to defend a group of Yeshiva students who have refused
rates and quality of fruit, vegetables and flowers, help to keep Israeli
and animals have to die?” as I was getting my coat on to leave farmers competitive in world markets.
military service in the IDF. Enter Shelly, the driven, fiercely secular pub-
the house; a good 10-second answer to that question from a I am thrilled to announce a number of exciting lic prosecutor determined to see justice done. The conflict between the
Cover charge for breakfast: $5.00 For reservations & information call:
6-year-old still isn’t on the tip of my tongue.) But I do find better programs I’m introducing to Beth Jacob. two brothers and the legal struggle between prosecutor and defence
Maureen Price at 905-523-8067; Come for minyan at 9:00 am, stay for
ways to cope with problems, more time to feel human, more lawyer reflect a society torn between its religious and political princi-
breakfast and the talk at 10:00 am.
time to reflect and enjoy, more energy to live mindfully. GLEE ples. This film opens a subtle yet essential debate on the question of
We’ve long prized knowledge; we have never confused the separation of state and religion in Israel. Nuanced acting, a complex
The first is a GLEE club – one for youth and one
information with wisdom. We live in an age where it would be for adults that I invite you and your children
story that shies away from stereotyping and an ambiguous conclusion
lend this film an air of profound authenticity at a time when Israelis are
Out of the Cold by Cindy Richter
easy to make that mistake. Shul moves more slowly than the to be a part of. Come one, come all! Let’s sing increasingly struggling with what it means to be a Jewish state.
world outside. I know that. That’s by design. Treating people together! Songs to lift your spiri. Our youth Cantor Eyal Bitton At a time when natural disasters far away should rightly prompt us to do-
as people rather than as consumers has that effect. The world Glee club begins on Saturday, February 6 from nate money, here at home, OOTC is striving to justly meet the immediate
changes fast, and Jewish life changes, too, sometimes in difficult 10am to 12 noon. Our adult Glee club begins on Sunday, February needs of community members who are also in need of food and shelter.
ways. But what remains the same is the quest to help create The opportunities to do this have enabled scores of Beth Jacob members
7 from 11am -12pm. Glee Youth runs on the first Shabbat of every
the space we need to lead meaningful lives. I look forward to to give another precious resource - their time. Besides the gift of time,
month. Just drop in!
seeing you here as we make that journey together. USY PROgRAM the stunning influx of donations to the OOTC fund has translated to the
meals we provide and our guests’ other needs which we are constantly
THEATRIX February 21 Checkers Challenge trying to anticipate. We are so rich in what we have, and even richer in
Theatrix, our new Shabbat Youth Theatre begins on Saturday, what we give!
A word from your Co-Presidents
February 20 from 10am-12noon. Discover the great stories and For teens, age 13-17, meet at Shalom Village at 1 pm. Our collection of congregants’ donated toiletries were packaged
heroes of our people by reliving it through the theatrical sketches. Play board games with the residents of Shalom Village for Christmas presents by the students of our religious school and the
Dear Chevre, Theatrix takes place on the third Shabbat of every month. Just A great mitzvah and lots of fun! Shabbat Kiddush cooks baked and decorated cookies for our guests. The
The process of change is often a mixed bag. On the one drop in! Program ends at 2:30 pm. students also provided hand-made greeting cards which brightened the
hand, there’s the sense of excitement that comes from anticipat- tables of our “OOTC Hanukkah Dinner.” Matzo ball soup, brisket, latkes,
ing the fruits of many years of work and visioning for a better SATURDAY MORNING FEVER roasted vegetables and iced cupcakes with chocolate gelt were served
future. And, on the other hand, change is never easy and some- by the light of the Hanukkiah! It is a night our guests look forward to
Once a month, I will be presenting a special musically-themed
times what worked very well in the past is not the best option Beth Jacob is looking at starting a conversational Yiddish every year.
Shabbat service. In December, it was the highly successful “Beatles
class. We have someone to lead the class and there has been Before our program began this November, it was decided that
for the future. Shabbat“. In January, it was “Sephardic Shabbat.” In February, it
a lot of interest shown. Please contact the synagogue office if our existence as a shelter was compromising the funding and ability to
One of the goals our executive set for itself over the last will be “Hollywood Shabbat“, where I’ll set the Shabbat service to
you are interested so we can proceed. provide resources to the homeless that other larger shelters in our com-
year was to carefully analyze the shul’s operations and its costs. great movie and TV theme songs, and In March, *Broadway Shab- munity have available. But homelessness is complex and many of our
In the process, we conducted extensive research on how other bat” will feature timeless hits from the Broadway stage. homeless were still unsheltered. Justice and morality can not be subject
synagogues operate, with the goal of determining how we can
best serve our membership, while at the same time, be fiscally
HAMAnTASCHEn BAkERS WAnTED to pragmatic analysis. Pikuach nefesh, “saving of human life” is the princi-
Come and check out one or more of these exciting programs. I’d Please join us on Sunday, February 14 at 10:-00 am ple in Jewish law that the saving of a human life is paramount. Therefore,
responsible. love to see you there! we have re-opened as a shelter.
Thank you for your support, both globally and here at home.
17 SHEVAT - FEBRUARY 1 2 ADAR - FEBRUARY 16 Ryfka Redner 27 ADAR – MARCH 13
Building Campaign Karan by Victor & Diana Abraham; Mollie Gerofsky by
Rose Goldblatt Abraham Goldberg Shalom Redner Mother of Philip Rosenshein Philip Rosenblatt Memorial Fund
In Memory Of: Gerald Gerson by Ira Kuchinsky, Marcia & Bill Halpren. Mazal Tov to: Cindy & Lowell
Samuel Hershorn Mother of Molly Beube Hyman Cohen Condolences to: Reva Gelber by Mark & Cindy Cohen.
Michael Kuchinsky. Mazal Tov to: Shirley Staples Hut- Richter by Rabbi Dan & Krearen Selsberg, Ginny &
Sarah Hauptman 14 ADAR - FEBRUARY 28 Sister of Oscar Weitzman ton by Gwenn & Michael Sherman; Michael & Gwen Mitch Levine, Judy & Lorne Rochwerg, Irv & Nancy
18 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 2 Joseph Penn Rochel Vine Rose Kwitko Dede Rosenthal Educational Endowment Fund
Sherman by Shelley & Ira Greenspoon and Francine & Bresinger, Norman & Debbie Grosman, Ron & Ellen
Timmi Fox Myrna Goldhar Paternal grandfather of Peter Smurlick Bernard Wunder Mazal Tov to: Michael & Gwenn Sherman by Dorothy
Murray Gerson; Condolences to: The Gerofsky Family Appleton, Al Pinkus; Cindy Richter by Maureen & Philip
Dr. Ted Siegel Rosenthal.
Earl Oberman Abraham Latner Paula Dasch by the Schoenberg Family. Price,; Lowell & Cindy Richter by Jocelyn Katz.
Saul Shaffer Dr. Max Nathan Thank You: Chief Brian Mullan by Lowell & Cindy
Nathan and Dorothy Sherman Educational Fund
David Wolfe Morris Wright 15 ADAR – MARCH1 29 ADAR – MARCH 15 Prayer Book Fund Richter; Bea Matchen by Dorothy Rosenthal.
Mazal Tov to: Micheal & Gwenn Sherman by Jerry &
Molly Richter Morris Rostoker In Memory Of: Jeanette Tauber’s brother by Sandra Elena Goldblatt.
3 ADAR - FEBRUARY 17 Yanover & Saul Eisenberg; Milt Gerofsky by Sandra Shabbat Mishpacha Fund
19 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 3 Maternal grandmother of Helen In Memory Of: Rosalie Russell by Dan & Maddy Goliger.
Mildred Schreiber Sarah Rosenberg 16 ADAR – MARCH 2 Minden & Ada Farkas Yanover & Saul Eisenberg; Condolences to: The Or- Matt & Fay Schmerling Educational Fund
lander Family by Elaine & Cuppy Katz; Mariam Leitman Condolences to: Harriet Orlander by Rabbi Dan & Karen
Norman Zaltz Mother of Bea Matchen Zelda Wiser Selsberg; Reva Gelber by Rabbi Dan & Karen Selsberg; Condolences to: Harriet Orlander & Family by Matt &
20 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 4 Percy Cwitco Father of Andrew Orkin by Cele & David Steinberg; Reva Gelber by Betty, Joy Fay Schmerling; Donna Shapiro & Family by Fay & Matt
& Jessica Einhorn; Anne Gooblar by Robert Till; Jerre Donna Shapiro by Hana Schayer & Carl Cuneo; Carol
Grandmother of Albert Minden 4 ADAR - FEBRUARY 18 Morris Gelber Sophie Steinberg Bronner Velocci by Rabbi Dan & Karen Selsberg. Schmerling. Mazal Tov to: Cindy Richter and Ahuva
Kreiger by Cele & David Steinberg; Mazal Tov to: Irving
Lily Wolpert Markus Moskovitz Anthony Margo Mazal Tov to: Gwenn & Michael by Hanna Schayer & Soifer, by Fay & Matt Schmerling.Yahrzeit Dona-
Gold by Sandra Yanover & Saul Eisenberg; In honour tion: Rebecca Rainvasser, AndyNoseworthy by Shirley
Nathan Sherman Julius Markus 1 NISAN – MARCH 16 of: Jonah Strub by Sandra Yanover & Saul Eisenberg; Carl Cuneo.
Margaret Marcus 17 ADAR – MARCH 3 Elizabeth Kaplan Noseworthy.
Speedy Recovery to: Charlotte Price by Ron & Anne Mollie Caplan Memorial Fund
5 ADAR - FEBRUARY 19 Lillian Rosen Ida Levy Barrs; Yahrzeit Donation: Mendel Jegendorf by Bes- In Memory Of: Dorothy Bain by Allen & Carol; Bain; Esther and Al Shecter Fund
21 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 5 Harry Wiser sie & Leonard Kaufman.
Trudy Adler In Memory Of: Esther Shecter by Aliza, Roy & Family.
Rubin Rapkowski 18 ADAR – MARCH 4 2 NISAN – MARCH 17 Abe (Nutch) Cohen Memorial Fund
Mother of Marcia Saperson Mary Lynn Levine Frank Goldblatt Naiman Pulver Prayer Book Plate Fund Yahrzeit Donation: Joe Oberman Hyman & Ettie Sobol Endowment Fund
Shirley Schneider Mazal Tov to: Carole & Arnold Machtinger by Cele & Condolences to: Reva Gelber by Dorothy Rosenthal,
22 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 6 6 ADAR - FEBRUARY 20 Doris Gaffe 4 NISAN – MARCH 19 David Steinberg. Myrna Goldhar Memorial Fund Faye Karon & Family, Suzy& Sheldon Gurevitz, Marlene,
Murray Rossman Fanny Minster Selma Maclin Lena Shapiro In Memory Of: Grandfather Lewis Rosenberg Neil, Elissa, Steven & Family, Danielle & Adam.
Samuel Ben Rosenshein Al Oberman Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund Condolences to: Peter Rosenblatt by Dr. Norman
23 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 7 19 ADAR – MARCH 5 Sarah Yanover Condolences to: Dena Honig by Tory Metzger. Rosenblood. The Beth Jacob Family extends our deepest
Esther Adelman 7 ADAR - FEBRUARY 21 Fay Adler Harry Silverstein In Memory Of: Murray Pollock & Edward Levy by condolences to:
Rea Sager Jeanette Tauber. Sol Frankel Fund
Louis Sher Mother of Shlomit Acciaroli • Anne Gooblar and her family on the loss of their
Fred Metter Sarah Silverstein 5 NISAN – MARCH 20 Condolences to: Sam Kudlats & Family, Mr. & Mrs. beloved husband and father, Len Gooblar, z”l.
House Fund Fred Molson, Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Kudlats by Bert Frankel, • Donna Shapiro on the loss of her father.
24 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 8 Joseph Krakower Benjamin Yanover In Memory Of: Cookie Rosenblatt by Anne & Len Goo-
Jennie Kritzer 8 ADAR - FEBRUARY 22 Morris Silver Fern & Larry Szpirglas, Debra & Stephen Frankel; Anne • Neil Morris, David, Sharon, Henry, and Daniel, on
blar & Family. Condolences to: Reva Gelber by George Gooblar & Family by Bert Frankel & Family; Jerri Krieger the loss of their wife, mother and grandmother,
Sally Silver Nathan Latner 20 ADAR – MARCH 6 & Bunny Levinson; Sandy Morris by Mary-Louise &
John Silver & Family by Bert Frankel, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Frankel, Lynda Morris, z”l
Sam Lax Mother of Bella Braun 6 NISAN – MARCH 21 Dennis Beecroft; Mazal Tov to: Dina & Elliott Biro by Fern & Larry Szpirglas. Mazal Tov to: Syd Kudlats by
Maurice Lebow Lily Wiser Ralph Gerstein • Carol Velocci on the loss of her mother,
Norma Mishkel; Michael & Gwenn Sherman by Mary- Bert Frankel & Family. Lore Helen Bronner, z”l.
Molly Honig Dede Rosenthal 21 ADAR – MARCH 7 Louise & Dennis Beecroft. • Jeanette Tauber on the loss of her brother.
Max Walters 7 NISAN – MARCH 22 Myrna Goldhar Memorial Fund • Daniel Hershkovitz, on the passing of his mother.
25 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 9 9 ADAR - FEBRUARY 23 Morris Fruitman Lillian Shekter Camp Ramah Scholarship Fund Yahrzeit Donation: Sylvia Rosenblood, Lewis Rosenberg • David Walman, on the passing of his father.
David Miller Morris Yanover Lillian Goldblatt Mazal Tov to: Lowell Cindy Richter by Mitchell & Judy & Harold Rosenberg by Dr. Norman Rosenblood. • Murray Gerson, on the passing of his father.
Eva Zaitchik Esther Boom Elizabeth Majer 8 NISAN – MARCH 23 Laver. Condolences to: David Walman & Family by The
Louis Kwitko Terry Wunder Zelda Rostoker Morris Stiglick Fuss Family. Refuah Shlema to: Ralph Orman by Judy Sol Hoffman Fund The Beth Jacob Family extends a hearty Mazel Tov to:
Judy Lieberman Sol Frankel & Dennis Schwartz. Condolences to: Carol Bronner Velocci by Freda Hoff- • Dina and Elliot Biro on the birth of their son, Saul.
22 ADAR – MARCH 8 9 NISAN – MARCH 24 man; Neil Morris by Freda Hoffman. • Cindy Richter, Ahuva Soifer and Vicky Wylson
10 ADAR - FEBRUARY 24 Cantor and Youth Choir Fund
27 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 11 Father of Raye Rosenberg Harry Levy In Memory Of: Murray Walman by Diane Sandler &
Sher for being honoured as Na’amat Hamilton’s
Anna Poteck Grandfather of Ada Farkas & Helen Mother of Solly Adler Abe Rosenberg Sadie and Albert Livingston Scholarship Fund Women of Inspiration.
Bill Nisker;Mazal Tov to: Libby Dwor by Dennis & Judy Condolences to: Bernie Walman & Family by the • Elissa Press & Benjamin Klein and their entire
Sophie Eber Minden Jennie Schmerling Schwartz & Family;
Frances Toplin Livingston Family; Estelle Walman & Family by Sylvia extended family on their daughter, Leah’s baby
Dolly Goldblatt Robin Abraham 10 NISAN – MARCH 25
Ann Carr Livingston & Family. naming.
Ada Floren Sol Schmerling Max Rotman Israeli Soldiers Welfare Fund
Becky Palant Arthur Caplan • Mindy & John Webber, Jerry & Elena Goldblatt
Condolences to: Henry Muller & Family by Ruth Lynda Morris Memorial Fund & Shirley Scholes on the baby naming of their
28 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 12 13 NISAN – MARCH 28 Rosenblatt, Judy & Dennis Schwartz; The Kreiger Fam- In Memory of: Lynda Morris by Dr. Richard & Sandra daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughter,
Father of Anne Gooblar 11 ADAR - FEBRUARY 25 23 ADAR – MARCH 9 Robbie Rochkin ily by Ruth Rosenblatt; Speedy Recovery: Les Wolfe by Levy. Condolences to: Neil Morris & Family by Ada & Jordyn Brooke Webber.
Mother of Elaine Miller Joseph Minster Dave Levy Nonie & Henry Vine. Elmer Farkas, Mark Cohen, Donna & Henry Vine, Dor- • Benjy Katz and Jocelyn Katz and the entire family
Anne Gold Yetta Lewis 14 NISAN – MARCH 29 othy Rosenthal, Hanna Schayer & Carl Cuneo, Dennis & on Jordanna’s bat mitzvah in Israel.
Cecil Feldman 24 ADAR – MARCH 10 Serena Moskovitz Library Fund Judy Schwartz, Raye Lebow, Gail & Leslie Wolfe, David • Gwenn & Michael Sherman on the birth of a
29 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 13 Ralph Waldman Abe Halpren Joseph Cooper Condolences to: Harriet Orlander by Norma & Dr. & Cele Steinberg, Sandra Yanover & Saul Eisenberg, Mr. granddaughter.
Dr. Ben Finkelstein Fred Rosenblood Maurice Mishkel, Philip & Maureen Price; Reva Gelber Michael & Dr.Joyce Lock, William Haartman, Michelle • Eyal Bitton on being chosen as musical director of
25 ADAR – MARCH 11 15 NISAN – MARCH 30 by Maureen & Philip Price; Neil Morris & Family by & Lorne Finkelstein, Norma & Dr. Maurice Mishkel, Toronto’s Zimriya Choir festival.
12 ADAR - FEBRUARY 26 Ahuva Soifer. Mazal Tov to: Jerry & Elena Goldblatt by Jeanette Nathan, Marcia & Bill Halpren, Bernie & Ron-
30 SHEVAT – FEBRUARY 14 Fay Leon David Rottman • Syd Kudlats on the birth of twin great-grandchil-
Maureen & Philip Price; Ahuva Soifer by Maureen & nie Garshowitz, Sandra & Irwin Fuss.
Helen Levy Irving Rosen Dr. David Feldman Kenneth Livingston dren.
Philip Price; Gwenn & Michael Sherman by Maureen &
Larry Gains Myer Levitt Philip Price.Yahrzeit Donation: Selma Metzger by Carol
Sam Mandel 26 ADAR – MARCH 12 16 NISAN – MARCH 31 George and Henrietta Pollock Endowment Fund Thank you to our Shabbat Mishpacha Volunteers
Bronner Velocci. In Memory Of: Jeanette Tauber’s brother by Lawrence & Beth Jacob Bakers:
1 ADAR - FEBRUARY 15 Charles Levinson Bernard Nathanson Belle Simon
Pollock; Wilfred Gerofsky by Lawrence Pollock. Miklos Lavics, Cindy Richter, Tzvia and
Harvey Schwartz Jerry Friedman Out of the Cold Fund Condolences to: Neil Morris & Family by Sasha &
13 ADAR - FEBRUARY 27 Howie Lipton, Shlomit Acciaroli, Natalie Sobel,
Benjamin Mintz In Memory Of: Ruth Goodman by Lowell, Cindy, Sari & Tommy Weisz; Carol Bronner Velocci by Sasha & Tommy
Sari Vaisler Maureen Price, Karen Selsberg, Maureen Price, Deb
Samantha Richter, Murray Walman by friends from Out Weisz;Yahrzeit Donation: Allen Swaye & Margaret and Benjamin Avetissian,Yael Reznick DeMarco, Mary
Yitzchak Redner of the Cold. Condolences to: Harriet Orlander, Leonid Weisz.
3 4 Louise Beecroft, Rae Lebow, Shirley Staples Hutton,
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Parashat Yitro Shushan Purim
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Baby Group 10:00 am Shabbat Mishpacha
Shacharit 7:45am Baby Group 10:00 am Shacharit 7:45am Shabbat Shabbat Shacharit 7:45am Ma’ariv 6:00pm Shacharit 7:45am Shabbat Mishpacha
Ma’ariv 6:00pm Kabbalat Shabbat
Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Mishpacha Mishpacha Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Siddur Discussion
Melton 7:00 pm 5:00pm
Melton 7:00 pm Kabbalat Shabbat Siddur Discussion Candles 5:53pm 9:00am
5:00pm 9:00am Shacharit 9:15am
Candles 5:15pm Shacharit 9:15am Mincha 6:10pm
Mincha 5:35pm Havdalah 6:55pm
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Shabbat Shekalim Walking with Life Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm 6:00pm 9:00am
10:00am Melton 7:00 pm Candles 6:01pm Shacharit 9:15am
Ma’ariv 6:00pm Board Meeting 8:00pm Mincha 6:00pm
Shacharit 9:00 am Shacharit 7:45am Ma’ariv 6:00pm Baby Group 10:00 am Shacharit 7:45am Kabbalat Shabbat Siddur Discussion Havdalah 7:04pm
Walking with Life Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm 6:00pm 9:00am Israeli Film & Art
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Israeli Film & Art Melton 7:00 pm Candles 7:10pm Havdalah 8:12pm
Rosh Hodesh Adar Rosh Hodesh Adar Parashat Terumah Festival 1:00pm
Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 7:30am Ma’ariv 6:00pm Baby Group 10:00 am Shacharit 7:45am Kabbalat Shabbat Shacharit 9:00am
Soul, Body & Mind Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 6:00 pm 6:00pm Mincha 5:55pm
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Ta’anit Esther Parashat Tezaveh Havdalah 8:21pm
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10:00am Melton 7:00 pm Candles 5:44pm Siddur Discussion Erev Pesach Pesach I Pesach II Pesach III Pesach IV Pesach V
Ma’ariv 6:00pm Ma’ariv 7:00pm 9:00am 1st Seder
Shacharit 9:15 am Ta’anit Bechorot Shacharit 9:00am
Mincha 6:00pm Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 7:15am Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 7:30am Shacharit 7:30am Mincha/Ma’ariv
Megila reading, shpiel, Ma’ariv 6:00pm followed by siyyum and Mincha 2:00pm Mincha/Ma’ariv Mincha/Ma’ariv Kabbalat Shabbat 7:45pm
food & fun breakfast Candle lighting 8:15pm 6:00pm 6:00pm Havdalah 8:25pm
6:30pm Mincha 2:00pm 8:20pm
Adar 14, 5770 7:22pm
Nisan 20, 5770 Nisan 21, 5770 Nisan 22, 5770
Pesach V1 Pesach V11 Pesach VIII
Megila Reading &
Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 9:00am Shacharit 9:00am
Ma’ariv 6:00pm Mincha/Ma’ariv Mincha/Ma’ariv YIZKOR 10:30 am
6:00pm 7:50pm Mincha/Ma’ariv
You are invited to attend Beth Jacob Synagogue’s
Israeli Art Show & Film Festival
Saturday & Sunday, March 13 & 14, 2010
featuring original art from Israel and the films
Lost Islands and
Israel’s box office hit of 2008 winner of the Audience Choice Award
Saturday, March 13 at 8:30 pm; Sunday, March 14 at 1:00 pm
Reception at 7:30 pm followed by discussion
Ticket price of $25.00 includes a lottery ticket for an original
Israeli art-work valued at $600.00.
To order your tickets call 905.522.1351 or email omail firstname.lastname@example.org
For sponsorship opportunities please call the shul office at 905-522-1351.
Beth Jacob Synagogue
375 Aberdeen Avenue
Hamilton. ON L8P 2R7