Shabbat Shalom and Happy Pesach! Rhinebeck Jewish Center 4/22/2011

B”H
  Rhinebeck Jewish Center

Greetings!

We hope your Passover is going well! Our Seders were fun and inspiring, thanks to all who participated!
We wish you the remainder of Pesach to be Happy and Kosher!

Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom!

Sincerely,
Rabbi Hanoch and Tzivie Hecht

Short thought

Friday evening – 4/22/2011:

    1. Before sunset, light the Shabbat candles, (click here for local times), and enjoy a relaxing Shabbat with Passover food (that means no Challah of course — use two matzahs instead).

Sunday evening – 4/24/2011:

    1. Tonight begin the final two festival days of Passover. Light candles at the specified time, and enjoy festive mealsSunday night, Monday afternoon and night, and Tuesday afternoon.There is a custom to stay awake Sunday night (the night of the Splitting of the Sea) and

      study Torah through the night.

Tuesday morning – 4/26/2011:

    1. Yizkor, the memorial prayer for departed parents, is recited following the reading of the Torah during the morning prayer service.

Tuesday afternoon:

    1. As the day wanes, spend the final hours of Passover with “Moshiach’s Meal” — a special feast in honor of the Redemption. We’ve spent eight days celebrating the exodus from Egypt. Now, as we leave Passover, we pray for the exodus from our present exile and a brighter tomorrow.

Tuesday night:

  1. At nightfall, the Passover holiday comes to an end. Make Havdalah over your last cup of kosher-for-Passover wine. Put away the Passover dishes, Haggadahs, and all other Passover items, locking them away until next year. Then, … you can once again enjoy chametz food and drinks, and feast on pizza, bread, beer — anything kosher. (Just make sure it’s not chametz that was in the possession of a Jew during Passover.) But as you do, don’t forget the eight days of freedom you’ve just experienced, and remember that throughout the year, as you enjoy all your leavened food, you still carry a bit of the Matzah spirit with you!

  Humor

G-d first went to the Egyptians and asked them if they would like a commandment. “What’s a commandment?” they asked. “Well, it’s like, THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT ADULTERY,” replied G-d. The Egyptians thought about it and then said, “No way, that would ruin our weekends.”

So then G-d went to the Assyrians and asked them if they would like a commandment. They also asked, “What’s a commandment?” “Well,” said G-d, “It’s like, THOU SHALT NOT STEAL.” The Assyrians immediately replied, “No way. That would ruin our economy.”

So finally G-d went to the Jews and asked them if they wanted a commandment.  They asked, “How much?”  G-d said, “They’re free.”

The Jews said, “Great! We’ll take TEN!”

 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
102 Montgomery 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

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

Soup Salad and Soul
Our monthly Women’s Brunch
3rd Sunday of every month
Next occurrence May 15th,2011

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Candle Lighting Times:

-Friday, April 22:                LightCandles7:25 PM

-Shabbat, April 23:      Shabbat ends 8:29 PM

Passover: -Pesach, April 24th:

Light candles at 7:28 PM

-2nd day Pesach, April 25th:

Light candles after 8:31 PM

-April 26th:

Holiday ends at 8:33 PM

 

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

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