Shabbat Shalom! RJC 8/28/2014

Rhinebeck Jewish Center

Upcoming Events
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Kiddush Club 
Shabbat Day
Services 9:30 AM
Followed by a delicious Kiddush
102 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck NY 12572

 

Hebrew School

The RJC’s proud to announce the launch of Hebrew School!
Details to be announced, stay tuned!

Greetings!
We would like to wish you and yours a wonderful Labor Day Weekend. Please join us for Services Friday Night (7:15 PM) and Minyan on Shabbat Day (9:30 AM).
We’ve had such a successful Summer and are looking forward to an amazing Fall season! Stay tuned for our upcoming programs and events!

Shabbat Shalom,
Rabbi Hanoch and Tzivie Hecht

 

Short Thought:

Our hands did not spill this blood, and our eyes did not see… (21:7) But would it enter one’s mind that the elders of the court are murderers? Rather, [they declare:] We did not see him and let him depart without food or escort.

(Talmud, Sotah 45a)

The principle behind the law of Eglah Arufah is that a person is also responsible for what occurs outside of his domain — outside of the areas where he is fully in control. When a murdered traveler is found out in the field, the elders of the nearest city must go out there and bring the Eglah Arufah to atone for the crime, although it occurred “outside of their jurisdiction”; for it was nevertheless their responsibility to send the traveler off with adequate provision and protection.

The same applies on the personal level in all areas of life. A person never has the right to say, “This is outside of my element. I have no obligation to deal with this.” If it is something that, by Divine Providence, one has been made aware of, that means that there is something one can, and must, do to positively influence the end result.

(The Lubavitcher Rebbe)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humor

A rabbi, a priest and a minister are discussing when life begins.

The priest says: “In our religion, life begins at conception.”

The minister says: “We disagree. We believe that life begins when the fetus is viable outside of the mother’s womb.”

The rabbi responds: “You both are wrong. In our religion, life begins when all of the children are married off.”

Announcements
Please say Tehilim for a complete Refuah Shelemah for our friends:

 Mr.Curtis Katz . Hebrew name: Tzadok Hacohen ben Esther
Mrs. Barbara Glazer : Baila Gittel bas Mindel
Menachem Mendel ben Menucha Rochel
Huna Yael ben Mindel
Mindel Bayla Bas Chana Esther
Simone Pearl Pincus Har-Even, Hebrew name: Sima bas Mindel

May we only share good news!

Please contact us to have a Mazal Tov or Announcement placed here to share with the community.
845.876.7666 or Rabbi@sixminuterabbi.com

Candle Lighting Times:  
Friday, August 29
Light Candles at: 7:16 pm
Shabbat, August 30
Shabbat Ends: 8:15 pm
If you or someone you know are in need of candles and/or information about lighting Shabbat candles, please contact the RJC at 845.876.7666 
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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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