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Weekly Update: Parshat Vayikra

🕯️🕯️6:57 PM
Shabbat ends 8:06 PM
Rabbenu Tam 8:28 PM

KOLLEL IS CLOSED

Please Daven at home at the time of our regularly scheduled Minyans, although we are Davening b’yachid we will still be praying together unified as one community with one voice and one heart.

Shabbat Tefillot
Friday Mincha: 6:45 PM
Kabbalat Shabbat: 7:10 PM
Repeat Shema after: 7:58 PM
Hanetz Minyan: 5:40 AM / 6:10 AM
Sunrise: 6:46 AM
2nd Shaharit: 8:00 AM / 8:30 AM
Young Adult Minyan 9:15 AM / 9:30 AM
Mincha: 6:35 PM
Arvit: 8:10 PM

Minyanim Week of Mar 29
Hanetz Minyan:
Shaharit 6:05 AM / 6:25 AM
Sunrise: https://www.myzmanim.com/day.aspx?askdefault=1&vars=US11024&q=11024
Second Minyan:
Sunday: 8:00 AM
Monday, Thursday: 6:45 AM
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:00 AM
Early Mincha: 1:40 PM
Mincha: 7:00 PM
Since we are Davening B’yichidut (alone) it’s better to Daven at dark
Arvit: 8:05 PM
Late Arvit: 9:30 PM

Shiurim
Shiurim by Rabbi Shaliehsaboo are via conference call: Call: +1 814-876-5982 PIN: 890 513 265#

Gemara Pesachim Daily @ 7:45 am
Gemara Shabbat Daily @ 7:35 pm

Sunday Morning: Class on Sefer Hamitzvot Chafetz Chaim @ 9:30 am
Monday Evening: Class on Tefilla @ 8:30 pm
Wednesday Evening: Class on Haggadah @ 8:30 pm

Mishna Zera’im & Ben Ish Hai Hilchot Pesach by Mordechai Shaliehsaboo Sunday-Thursday 8:45-9:45 PM meet.google.com/rrm-kocy-pmw

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Vayakhel Pukudei

Parshat Vayakhel – Pekudei

Fri, Mar 20🕯️🕯️6:49 PM
Shabbat ends 7:58 PM
Rabbenu Tam 8:20 PM

KOLLEL IS CLOSED

Please Daven at home at the time of our regularly scheduled Minyans, although we are Davening b’yachid we will still be praying together untied as one community with one voice and one heart.

Shabbat Tefillot
Friday Mincha: 6:25 PM
Arvit: 7:15 PM
Hanetz Minyan: 5:55 AM / 6:25 AM
2nd Shaharit: 8:00 AM / 8:30 AM
Young Adult Minyan 9:15 AM / 9:30 AM
Mincha: 6:15 PM
Arvit: 8:00 PM

Minyanim Week of Mar 22
Hanetz Minyan:
Shaharit 6:16 AM / 6:36 AM
Second Minyan:
Sunday: 8:00 AM
Monday, Thursday: 6:45 AM
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:00 AM
Early Mincha: 1:40 PM
Mincha: 6:50 PM
Since we are Davening B’yichidut (alone) it’s better to Daven at dark
Arvit: 8 PM
Late Arvit: 9:30 PM

Shiurim
Shiurim by Rabbi Shaliehsaboo are via conference call: Call: +1 814-876-5982 PIN: 890 513 265#

Gemara Pesachim Daily @ 7:45 am
Gemara Shabbat Daily @ 7:35 pm

Sunday Morning: Class on Sefer Hamitzvot Chafetz Chaim @ 9:30 am
Monday Evening: Class on Tefilla @ 8:30 pm
Wednesday Evening: Class on Haggadah @ 8:30 pm

Mishna Berachot & Ben Ish Hai Hilchot Pesach by Mordechai Shaliehsaboo Sunday-Thursday 8:45-9:45 PM meet.google.com/rrm-kocy-pmw

Halachot of Davening B’yichidut

It is important to remember that even though we are not able to be in shul, we need to be dressed properly for davening and for Shabbat.

When davening at home it is best to choose an indoor location which is relatively quiet. If possible, in front of a wall, and not in front of a mirror. One should choose a set place to daven all his tefilot.
For Shacharit the best is to daven netz (6:58 Amidah, start approximately an hour before to make sure you have enough time to say everything), however only if it will not ruin one’s day. It is important to say korbanot and especially the parsha of ketoret.
Musaf should be davened before the seventh hour (approx. 2:00)
For Mincha we will try to daven together even though we are physically separate. First Mincha at 1:45 second at 6:15. From mincha k’tana (5:15) one should not begin eating a meal, unless one designates a shomer or already davened Mincha. Try to wash at least a few minutes before shkia (7:09) for seuda shelishit. We will daven Arvit at 8:00.
Friday night after the Amida one may say Vayechulu even alone. Preferably it should be said with another person, even one’s wife. One does not say the bracha of Magen Avot.
This week is Shabbat Mevarchim – one may say Birkat Hachodesh even when alone. Rosh Chodesh Nissan is on Thursday. The Molad will be Tuesday, 2;53 am and 11 chalakim.
Reading the Torah is a Chovat Hatzibur, only required in a minyan – However, one should certainly read the Parsha and Haftorah themselves Shabbat morning. The Maftir is Hachodesh which can be found in Shemot 12:1-20. The haftarah is Hachodesh in Yechezkel 45:18-46:18 for Sephardim. The brachot for the Torah and haftorah are not to be recited.
Shabbat Mincha – one should be saying Va’Ani Tefilati even though one would not be reading the Torah, and also Tzidkatcha.
We should take extra care to have proper kavanah even though we aren’t in shul.
May Hashem accept all of our tefilot and bring salvation quickly.

Shabbat Shalom & Chodesh Tov

Weekly Update: Parshat Ki Tisa

This week, Parshat Ki Tisa, candle lighting is at 6:42 PM. Shabbat ends at 7:51 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 8:13 PM.

Due to COVID-19, Mrs. Shaliehsaboo’s classes will be conducted via conference call. For more details please contact Mrs. Shaliehsaboo

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Tetzaveh

This week, Parshat Tetzaveh, candle lighting is at 5:34 PM. Shabbat ends at 6:43 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 7:05 PM.

Shabbat Shalom & Happy Purim

Weekly Update: Parshat Terumah

This week, Parshat Terumah, candle lighting is at 5:26 PM. Shabbat ends at 6:35 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:57 PM.

Matanot L’Evyonim – Gifts to the Poor

On Purim there is a special Mitzvah to give to the poor. This should generally be the value of two meals which will be given out on Purim day. A portion of the money is sent on your behalf to Eretz Yisrael as well as those in need in the Great Neck community. The suggested donation per person is $18 per עני, and the Mitzvah is for two poor people so $36 in total.

Zecher Mahatzit Hashekel

In the times of the Bet Hamikdash, there was an annual collection for the communal korbanot. Each Jew would give a half Shekel. The custom is to give the value of 3 half shekels because is says the word “Terumah” 3 times in Parshat Shekalim. A half Shekel weighs 9.6 grams of silver which currently has the value of around $5.90. The total would be $17.70 per person. If one cannot afford that they can give it as half the value of the local currency which would be $1.50 per person. The best time to give it is on Ta’anit Esther before Mincha.

You can fulfill these Mitzvot online at https://greatneckkollel.org/donate/ Please specify if your payment is for Matanot L’evyonim or Mahatzit Hashekel so that the money can be appropriately distributed.

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Mishpatim

This week, Parshat Mishpatim, candle lighting is at 5:18 PM. Shabbat ends at 6:26 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:48 PM.

Seudah Shlishit is sponsored in memory of רפאל בן רבי מרדכי by Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel Aryeh & in memory of יוסף בן שמואל by Mr. Ariel Saidian & family

New class for kids. Starting this Tuesday
Are you ready? Reserve your seats!

Shabbat Shalom & Chodesh Tov

Weekly Update: Parshat Yitro

This week, Parshat Yitro, candle lighting is at 5:09 PM. Shabbat ends at 6:18 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:40 PM.

Mazal Tov to to Dr. & Mrs. Don Bandari on the the Bar Mitzvah of their son Azarya. May they merit to see much nachat from him.

Mazal Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Nouri Asherian and Mr. & Mrs. Shokrian on the upcoming wedding of their daughter Jessica to Moshe Shokrian. יהי רצון שתבנו בית נאמן בישראל

Mazal Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Soleimani andMr. & Mrs. Talmid on the upcoming wedding of their son Shmuel to Lital Talmid. יהי רצון שתבנו בית נאמן בישראל

Kiddush is sponsored in memory of יצחק בן אברהם by Mr. Leon Shayesteh

Seudah Shelishit is sponsored in memory of זינת בת אליהו by Dr. & Mrs. Don Bandari & in memory of יצחק בן אברהם by Mr. Leon Shayesteh

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Beshalah

This week, Parshat Beshalah, candle lighting is at 5:01 PM. Shabbat ends at 6:10 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:32 PM.

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Bo

This week, Parshat Bo, candle lighting is at 4:52 PM. Shabbat ends at 6:01 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:23 PM.

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Va’era

This week, Parshat Va’era, candle lighting is at 4:43 PM. Shabbat ends at 5:53 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:15 PM.

Seudah Shelishit is sponsored in memory of ענבר בת אלעזר by her son Dr. & Mrs. Don Bandari

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Sh’mot

This week, Parshat Sh’mot, candle lighting is at 4:35 PM. Shabbat ends at 5:44 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 6:06 PM.

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Vayihi

This week, Parshat Vayihi, candle lighting is at 4:28 PM. Shabbat ends at 5:37 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 5:59 PM.

2nd Shaharit on Shabbat is at 8:30 AM / 9:00 AM

Mazal Tov to Rabbi & Mrs. Shaliehsaboo on the marriage of their son, Yisrael Meir to Simcha, daughter of Rabbi & Mrs. David Zafrani.

Rabbi Shaliehsaboo’s Monday night class is cancelled.

Seudah Shelishit is sponsored in memory of משה בן נחמיה by Mr. & Mrs. Nehemya Soliman

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Vayigash

This week, Parshat Vayigash, candle lighting is at 4:21 PM. Shabbat ends at 5:30 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 5:52 PM.

Shabbat Shalom

Weekly Update: Parshat Miketz / Chanukah

This week, Parshat Miketz, 4:15 PM. Shabbat ends at 5:24 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 5:46 PM.

Mazal Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Sherwin Lovi upon the Bar Mitzvah of their son Moshe and Mazal Tov to the grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Moshe Lovi. May they merit to see much nachat from him and the rest of their children.

Kiddush is sponsored by Mr & Mrs Sherwin Lovi in honor of their son Moshe’s Bar Mitzvah

Seudah Shelishit is sponsored in memory of אנבר בת אלעזר by her son Dr. Don Bandari & in memory of Aghajani ben Yosef by the Chadi family.

Shabbat Shalom, Hodesh Tov & Chanukah Sameach

Weekly Update: Parshat Vayeshev

This week, Parshat Vayeshev, candle lighting is at 4:11 PM. Shabbat ends at 5:19 PM and Rabbenu Tam is at 5:41 PM.

Sunday Morning by Rabbi Shaliehsaboo is cancelled.
Wednesday Morning there will be a class on Chanukah by Rabbi Shaliehsaboo at 9:00 am.

Mazal Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Simon Asherian on the birth of a baby girl and to the grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Nouri Asherian. May they merit to see much nachat from her.

Shabbat Shalom

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