Shabbat Shalom! Rhinebeck Jewish Center 3/6/2011

B”H
Rhinebeck Jewish Center

Greetings!

Being that Pesach can be somewhat confusing and complicated, we want you to know that you can call us with any questions or concerns you might have. No question is too big or small!
If you or anyone you know is in need of Shmurah Matzah or selling Chometz, please contact the Rabbi at 845 559 9200.

Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom!

Sincerely,
Rabbi Hanoch and Tzivie Hecht

Short thought
Passover:

After many decades of slavery to the Egyptian Pharaohs, during which time the Israelites were subjected to backbreaking labor and unbearable horrors, G-d saw the people’s distress and sent Moses to Pharaoh with a message: “Send forth My people, so that they may serve Me.” But despite numerous warnings, Pharaoh refused to heed G-d’s command. G-d then sent upon Egypt ten devastating plagues, afflicting them and destroying everything from their livestock to their crops.

At the stroke of midnight of Nissan 15 of the year 2448 from creation (1313 BCE), G-d visited the last of the ten plagues on the Egyptians, killing all their firstborn. While doing so, G-d spared the Children of Israel, “passing over” their homes-hence the name of the holiday. Pharaoh’s resistance was broken, and he virtually chased his former slaves out of the land. The Israelites left in such a hurry, in fact, that the bread they baked as provisions for the way did not have time to rise. 600,000 adult males, plus many more woman and children, left Egypt on that day, and began the trek to Mount Sinai and their birth as G-d’s chosen people.

Humor

A blind man is sitting on a park bench. A Rabbi sits down next to him. The Rabbi is chomping on a piece of matzoh. Taking pity on the blind man, he breaks off a piece and gives it to the blind man. Several minutes later, the blind man turns, taps the Rabbi on the shoulder and asks, “Who wrote this?!!”

 

New Weekly Mini-column:

 

Moshiach and the Future Redemption:

 

The Messianic Era will be ushered in by a Jewish leader generally referred to as the Moshiach (messiah: Hebrew for “the anointed one”), a righteous scion of King David. He will rebuild the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and gather the Jewish people from all corners of the earth and return them to the Promised Land.

The Rhinebeck Jewish Center is a project of Chabad Dutchess.
Events Calendar

Minyan Club
Saturday Shabbat Services, 10:00 AM- 11:30 AM
Followed by a delicious Kiddush
16 W. Chestnut St., Rhinebeck NY

Shema Yisroel Radio Show

Your all Jewish American Radio Program

Every Sunday Morning

9:30 AM- 10:00 AM

Online Live Stream:

www.hvradionet.com

Soup Salad and Soul
Our monthly Women’s Brunch
3rd Sunday of every month
Next occurrence April 17th,2011

Pesach 2011

-Monday April 18th, 7:15 PM Services followed by Seder
-Tuesday April 19th, 7:30 PM Services followed by Seder
Suggested donation $18 per person.
At 16 W Chestnut St. Rhinebeck, NY

PJ Popcorn
Our monthly club at the Starr Library in Rhinebeck. 1st Tuesday of every month, 6PM-7PM
Next occurrence, May 3rd 2011

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Candle Lighting Times:

-Friday, April 8th:                  Light Candles7:10 PM

-Shabbat, April 9th:      Shabbat ends 8:12 PM

 

 

Chabad  offers a wide range of programs for the entire Jewish community. No membership is necessary, and we welcome all — regardless of affiliation or background.

Chabad provides a non-judgmental, welcoming environment for Jewish families and individuals to explore our rich heritage.

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