American Shabbat & Shabbat Shalom! Rhinebeck Jewish Center 6/29/2011

  Rhinebeck Jewish Center


You won’t want to miss hearing Lieutenant Moshe Greenberg speak about his experiences in the U.S. Military this Friday night, July 1st. Join us in celebrating our country’s independence as well as our Jewish roots!

Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom!


Rabbi Hanoch and Tzivie Hecht

Short thought


The clean person shall sprinkle upon the unclean person… and he shall be clean at evening… [But] he that sprinkles the water of sprinkling… shall be unclean (19:19-21)

The fact that the ashes of the heifer “purify the contaminated and contaminate the pure” carries an important lesson to us in our daily lives: If your fellow has been infected by impurity and corruption, do not hesitate to get involved and do everything within your power to rehabilitate him. If you are concerned that you may became tainted by your contact with him, remember that the Torah commands the kohen to purify his fellow Jew, even though his own level of purity will be diminished in the process.

(The Lubavitcher Rebbe)


One day, as a dog was walking by a store, he noticed a sign which said, “Now Hiring: must be able to type 70 words per minute, and must be bilingual. Equal opportunity employment.” The dog took the sign in his mouth and brought it into the manager’s office. He set it down on the desk. When the manager realized that the dog was applying for the job, he laughed and said, “I’m not going to hire a dog!” The dog put his paw on the part of the sign that read “equal opportunity employer.” “Well,” said the manager, “let’s see you type 70 words per minute!” He handed the dog a document and watched as the dog perfectly duplicated the document, and well over 70 words per minute. The man looked at the dog. He couldn’t believe it. “Don’t tell me you’re bilingual too.” The dog opened his mouth and said, “Meow.”

Moshiach and the Future Redemption


The Messianic Era was actually G-d’s prime motivation in creating worlds, in the words of the Midrash: “G-d desired a dwelling place on the lowest realms.” The divine source of our physical world is so concealed that we feel ourselves to be completely independent beings; we don’t sense or feel G-d, in fact, we even have the logic-defying ability to deny our very fountain of existence which we are dependent upon every moment of our existence.

 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

A Soldier’s Story:American Shabbat

A Jewish Lieutenant in the US Army and his travels back to his Jewish Roots

Friday July 1st 2011

7:00 PM Services

7:30 PM Dinner

at 102 Montgomery St.

Shema Yisroel Radio Show

Your all Jewish American Radio Program

Every Sunday Morning

9:30 AM- 10:00 AM

Online Live Stream:



Personalities of the Talmud

A two-part series of in-depth learning of the Talmud. Wednesday June 29th and Wendesday July 6th at 7 PM @ the RJC



PJ Popcorn

Our monthly club at the Starr Library in Rhinebeck. 1st Tuesday of every month, 6PM-7PM
Next occurrence, July 5th 2011


Our monthly Women’s Brunch
Next occurrence, July 17th 2011

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Candle Lighting Times:

-Friday, June 24th:                LightCandles8:17PM

-Shabbat, June 25th:     Shabbat ends9:27 PM   

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