Shabbos Parshas Bamidbar – 5775 שבת פרשת בְּמִדְבַּר

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Shabbos Parshas Bamidbar – 5775 שבת פרשת בְּמִדְבַּר
This week’s Kiddush is sponsored by Kalman Rotheman.

Pirkai Avos Perek 6.
Good Shabbos Good Yom-Tov.
זמני התפילות והשיעורים
לחג השבועות תשע”ה

מנחה שבת קודש פ’ במדבר 7:55
שיעור בלקו”ש. מעריב 9:05
מוצש”ק ליל חג השבועות, ביהכנ”ס יהיה פתוח לאמירת תיקון ליל שבועות. זמן קרי”ש הכי מוקדם 3:49 (בדיעבד), 4:27 (לכתחילה).
סוף זמן קרי”ש יום א’ א דחג השבועות 9:12
יום א’ א’ דחג השבועות – שיעור במאמרי רבינו 9:00
שחרית 10:30. עשרת הדברות בערך 11:30
מנחה 8:00 תהלוכה להביא דברי הרבי ולשמח יהודים
מעריב ליל ב’ 9:05
יום ב’ ב’ דחג השבועות – שיעור במאמרי רבינו 8:30
שחרית 10:00
מנחה 7:15 אחרי מנחה סעודה, סדר ניגונים, התוועדות
מעריב 9:05 לאחרי מעריב קידוש לבנה

Happening this week
6 Sivan, 5775
Passing of King David (837 BCE)
David, a descendent of Judah the son of Jacob as well as of Ruth, a Moabite convert to Judaism, was anointed King of Israel by Samuel in 878 BCE. All future legitimate kings of Israel were David’s descendents, as will be Moshiach (the messiah), who will “restore the kingdom of David to its glory of old.”

David fought many wars, defeating Israel’s enemies and securing and expanding its borders. He conquered Jerusalem, purchased the Temple Mount from its Yebusite owner, and prepared the foundation for the Holy Temple (which was built by his son, King Solomon). David served as the head of the Sanhedrin and the foremost Torah authority of his generation; he is also the “sweet singer of Israel” who composed the Book of Psalms that for 28 centuries has embodied the joys, sorrows and yearnings of the Jewish people.

King David passed away on the 6th of Sivan of the year 837 BCE, age 70.

Passing of Baal Shem Tov (1760)
In 1734, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov (“BeSHT”, 1698-1760), who up until that time had lived as a hidden tzaddik, began to publicly disseminate his teachings. While adding nothing “new” to Judaism, he re-emphasized truths and doctrines that had been buried under the hardships of exile: the immense love that G-d has for every Jew, the cosmic significance of every mitzvah a person performs, the divine meaningfulness that resides in every blade of grass, in every event, and in every thought in the universe. He spoke to the downtrodden masses and to the aloof scholars, giving meaning to their existence, and thus joy, and thus life. Many disciples came to imbibe the “inner soul” of Torah from him, and the new movement came to be known as “Chassidism.”

Rabbi Israel passed away on the 6th of Sivan of 1760, and was succeeded (one year later, on the first anniversary of his passing) by his disciple, Rabbi DovBer of Mezeritch.
Candle Lighting

7:54 PM

Friday Mincha

8:04 PM

Kabolas Shabbos

8:32 PM

Shabbos Mincha

7:55 PM

Shabbos Ends

9:02 PM

Shalom Zachor
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