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        The Persian Hebrew Congregation

Shabbat P’ Ha’azinu & Shabbat Shuva (The Shabbat of Repentance)

Sept. 25 - Sept 30, 2020

Shabbat Shalom!

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PHC - High Holiday Plans

We have been working hard at setting up our Beit Kenesset for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur in such a way that we are a safe distance from each other, of course, with masks over our mouths and noses at all times during the prayers.

Plans for Yom Kippur

Baruch Hashem, we have received a lot of positive feedback regarding our outdoor Shofar Service this past Rosh Hashana. Therefore we would like to provide more outdoor prayers for Yom Kippur. We would like to have a brief Yizkor Service for all, in our parking lot at 5:45pm on Monday afternoon. This of course will be weather permitting.

If everything goes well, we may continue with a Neila Service outside at approximately 6:00pm.

Please be aware that only those that registered should be coming to the indoor services. Unfortunately there will not be any room this year indoors for extra people who have not registered.

There may be a simultaneous minyan in the social hall if things get too tight.

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Corona Update:

Masks and social distancing are still a must.

At all times when a person is in our building one must cover their mouth and nose with the mask. We understand that this is hard to do, but if you cannot comply please do not come.

We would like to commend everyone that has participated and cooperated so far.

At this point everyone is welcome to come to our Beit Kenesset. Those that have special medical conditions please consult with your doctors.

On the High Holidays, registration is necessary.

Children that can sit and not run around and follow our social distancing and mask rules are also welcome.

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Shabbat Schedule

Candle Lighting - 6:22pm

Shir Hashirim - 6:10pm

Mincha ‑ 6:20pm

Shacharit 8:40am

Please note that Baruch She’amar is at 9:00am sharp.

It is a good idea to read the parsha of the week from a Chumash.

In the Artscroll Stone Chumashim it is page 1100 - 1111.

The Haftara is found on page 1204 “Shuva Yisrael”.

Start eating Seudat Shelishit before 6:40pm

Mincha Shabbat Afternoon is at 6:20pm.

Havdala: 7:30pm

Sunday, September 27 - Erev Yom Kippur

6:30am - Selichot, Shacharit & Hatarat Nedarim

3:45pm - Early Mincha

Meal at home

6:18pm - Candle lighting & Fast Begins

6:20pm - Kol Nidrei

 

Monday, September 28 - Yom Kippur Day

9:00am - Shacharit (Baruch She’amar)

10:30am - Selling of Aliyot etc.

4:00pm - Mincha

5:45pm - Yizkor Service Outside (Weather permitting)

6:00pm - Neila* (Tentatively Outside - Weather permitting)

7:26pm - End of Fast

 

*(We would like to be able to have a Neila service outside for all, but due to the fact that it is an hour long service and that it is the end of the day with temperatures dropping, we will have to make that decision at that time.)

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Daily Tefilla Schedule:

Selichot Schedule at PHC:

Fri: 5:30am followed by Shacharit

Sunday: 6:30am followed by Shacharit

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Daily Mincha and Arvit this week after Kippur is - 6:15pm

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Classes:

Daf Yomi Shiur

If anyone would like to join our daily Zoom Daf Yomi Shiur please let Rabbi Hamaoui know.

The Daf Yomi schedule is:

9:00pm Sunday - Thursday.

Friday at 2:00pm.

Motzaei Shabbat 9:00pm.

Please let us know if you are interested in joining any of the classes.

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Please consider a making a donation to the Synagogue in honor of a happy occasion or in honor or memory of a loved one.

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PHC has a What’sApp Group.

Over the past few weeks we have send out many bite size Halacha Yomits and various announcements that might not always be in the emails.  

If you would like to be added to this group please reply to this email with your cell phone number.

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Refuah Sheleima List:

If you have a name of a person that needs a refuah sheleima, you may reply to this email with the name of the person.

Let us pray that all those that are sick, especially from COVID -19, should have a recovery and all those that are healthy should remain healthy.

May Hashem bring a swift end to this plague.

Sarah Vered bat Shoshana, Chana bat Shoshana, Shmuel Mordechai ben Tova, Reuven ben Gittel, Miriam Abigail bat Etta, Sima Yenta bat Chana Gittel, Sima Yucha bat Sarah Leah, Melech Gershon ben Sarah, Rachel bat Elise, Dena Lea Bat Sarah, Chanania ben Flora, Moshe ben Sara Yocheved, Betzalel Meir ben Sarah, Chana Leah bat Michal, Batsheva Beila bat Chava, Eliezer ben Leah, Chanit Rivka bat Ashira Yehudit, Devorah bat Bela, Chaim ben Meir, Eitan ben Chana, HaRav Yom Tov Yitzchak Ben Rissel, Leah bat Machla Rivka, Yitzchak ben Tavuos, Motaran ben Tavous, Baruch Ezra ben Eshrat, Rivka Bat Monear, Liba Ruth bat Dina, Tziporah Miriam bat Mazal, Soosan bat Zaman, Eliezer Shalom Zelig ben Tzivia Dina, Elka Freidel Bat Chana Gittel, Aron Yankel ben Roza Riva, Devorah Chaya bat Rachel, Jamie Benjamin ben Muzli, Rina Bat Muzli, and David ben Miriam.

If the person whose name you submitted is no longer in need of a Refuah Sheleima, please inform the Rabbi.

Shabbat Shalom!

 

 

Mon, September 28 2020 10 Tishrei 5781