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Announcements - Beshalach

  • Click here for this week’s JEM “Here’s My Story”. 
  • Click here for the KYY update.
  • Click here for a list of our ongoing shiurim. 
  • Click here to pay up all your kibud pledges and outstanding membership. Thank you to all of our supporters!!!
  • Nichum Aveilim: The Rav-Noy family is sitting shivah until Wednesday morning for the passing of Rabbi Ariel Rav-Noy o"bm at 1441 S Doheny Dr. Phone: (424) 302-0496 Email: ravnoyshivah@gmail.com. Click here for shivah times. Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim. Vehukeetzu Veranenu Shochnay Ufur vehu besochom!

Shabbos Schedule - Beshalach

  • Shabbos Candle Lighting: 5:03 pm
  • MINCHA: 4:45 PM 
  • Followed by the recitation of the final chapter of the Maamar “Bossi Legani”
  • Folowed by studying a perek of Tanya
  • Kabolas Shabbos: 5:25 pm
  • Short Farbrengen (for Men) with RABBI YOSSI LEW: 5:50 pm
  • Chassidus, Starbucks and babysitting: 8:40-9:30 sharp @ 118 S Orange Dr. 
  • Chassidus for Early Minyan with Rabbi Zalman Friedman: 8:45 am
  • Shiur Chassidus by Rabbi Raichik: 9:00 am
  • Last Time To Read Shema: 9:28 am
  • Early Minyan Shacharis: 9:30 am
  • Shacharis: 10:00 am
  • Kol Yakov Yehuda: 10:15 am
  • Derosho by Guest Speaker RABBI YOSSI LEW: 10:45 am
  • Farbrengen for Men & Women with RABBI YOSSI LEW: 1:00 pm (not washing kiddsuh)
  • Mesibas Shabbos For Girls: 3:30 pm
  • Mincha: 5:00 pm 
  • Shabbos Ends: 6:06 pm
  • Melave Malka for Men & Women ($10 Donation): 8:30 pm

Kiddush Sponsors - Beshalach

  • The Bastomski Family for the yahrtzeit of their sister Nechomo Basya bas Avrohom Yitzchok ob"m. May the neshomo have an aliya.
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Sender Munitz in honor of their anniversary. May they have many more happy years together. Also in honor of Rabbi Sender Munitz’s birthday. May he have a shnas hatzlocho begashmiyus ubruchniyus.

Early Minyan Kiddush Sponsors - Beshalach

  • Mr. & Mrs. Yakov Avila in honor of Mr. Yakov Avila’s birthday. May he have a shnas hatzlocho begashmiyus ubruchniyus.

Women's Shabbos Shiur - Beshalach

4:30 pm - At the home of Mrs. Ruchama Thaler
418 N Martel Ave.
Speaker: Mrs. Chana Rachel Schusterman

Mazal Tov To - Beshalach

  • Mr. & Mrs. Efraim Lezak on the birth of their grandson (to Dovid & Chava Blasberg).

Upcoming Birthdays

  • Rabbi Yossi Solomon - 11 Shevat
  • Rabbi Eyal Rav-Noy - 11 Shevat
  • Yisroel Noach Bastomski - 11 Shevat
  • Mendel Katz - 12 Shevat
  • Avremel Schochet - 12 Shevat
  • Mr. Yacov Avila - 12 Shevat
  • Mr. Shea Bastomski - 13 Shevat
  • Mr. Pesach Kornreich - 14 Shevat
  • Rabbi Sender Munitz - 14 Shevat
  • Mr. Alon Zak - 16 Shevat
  • Rabbi Lazer Handlesman - 16 Shevat
  • Eli Feigelstock - 16 Shevat
  • Rabbi Nochum Pinson - 16 Shevat
  • Rabbi Yankee Raichik - 17 Shevat
  • Baruch Mordechai Muchnik - 17 Shevat

Upcoming Anniversaries

  • Rabbi & Mrs. Moshe Levin - 11 Shevat
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Mendel Dubinsky - 12 Shevat
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Sender Munitz - 14 Shevat
  • Mr. & Mrs. Reuvein Caplan - 15 Shevat

Upcoming Yahrtzeits

  • Reb Yehoshua Heshel ben Reb Aharon Eliezer (Mrs. Devorah Leah Mishulovin’s father) - 11 Shevat
  • Menucha Vita bas Reb Aharon (Rabbi Nochum Pinson’s mother) - 11 Shevat
  • Reb Shaltiel Ze'ev ben Reb Mordechai (Dr. Ze'ev Rav-Noy’s grandfather) - 12 Shevat
  • Reb Avrohom ben Reb Shmuel (Mrs. Frances Goodman’s father) - 14 Shevat
  • Reb David ben Reb Aharon Yehuda Halevi H'YD (Dr. Ze'ev Rav-Noy’s brother) - 14 Shevat
  • Nechomo Basya bas Avrohom Yitzchok Sandlow /Bastomski - 16 Shevat
  • Reb Yehudah ban Reb Tzvi Hirsh (Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneerson’s grandfather) - 17 Shevat

Devar Torah - Beshalach

Eliciting Hashem's Response to the Cry Of Our Times
By Rabbi Shimon Raichik

In the 6th chapter of the Rebbe’s first maamar of Basi L’Gani 5711-1951 the Rebbe relates stories of the Rabbeim and their ahavas Yisroel. Although told in brief they are there to remind us to act in a similar way and hearing the stories makes it easier for us, as we follow in their footsteps.

This year is also the fifth year of this 20-year cycle of reviewing the maamar from the Previous Rebbe from 5710-1950.  Last week we mentioned that the special focus of this year is on the 5th chapter, which discusses shtus d’kedusha.

The story brought in the maamar about the Alter Rebbe is about how the Alter Rebbe went to save a young mother on the edge of town who was cold and starving by chopping wood and cooking for her and her newborn child. When did he go? He went on Yom Kippur in the middle of davening. One might say that he doesn’t hear the extraordinary in this because this is exactly what the Torah demands; pikuach nefesh, saving a life which pushes away the prohibitions of Yom Kippur; so of course he went on Yom Kippur! One might ask that he could have easily sent someone else so why did he go himself have and interrupt such a high level of davening on the holiest day of the year? We know that for situations such as these, there is a mitzvah b’gadol, there is a mitzvah for him personally to go. You need to show that first it can be done and also a simple person may not necessarily know what he can and cannot do etc.

Notwithstanding these considerations we see the greatness of the Alter Rebbe from a different angle. It is well known that during davening the Alter Rebbe was completely removed from the physical world. He was found rolling on the floor calling out to Hashem. I don’t want your Gan Eden! I don’t want your Olam Haba! I want only you! As the Alter Rebbe sat in shul with his tallis over his head in the middle of davening on Yom Kippur on the highest level of cleaving to Hashem completely removed from the world, in that state, he heard the cry of a simple Jew with simple needs on the other end of town?! This paradoxical state of being so removed yet so sensitive to others and be able to hear the cry, shows us some of the extraordinary greatness of the Alter Rebbe. The fact that this enabled the Alter Rebbe to take the action he did is shtus d’kedusha, beyond the normal.
What practical lesson can this teach each one of us in our daily lives? How can we possibly reflect this lofty conduct in our daily affairs? The cry of another person my not be so obvious from our vantage point. We may be preoccupied with other concerns. The person we need to help may not be crying outwardly. They may be symbolically on the other end of town beyond earshot, not advertising their difficulties. It might be a quiet change in their behavior, or a look in their eyes that tell that they are crying out. When we hear the cry of another person, we do not look the other way. Sometimes we have a laundry list of excuses we make to feel ok looking the other way, such as: It’s not my business. Someone else will handle it. I’m a busy person. I’m busy right now with a lofty level of davening or learning, etc.

When we hear about a problem from someone else it’s a lesson to get involved. Think it over; does he need money? Is there a call I can make or a connection I have that can help? Most often there is something that we can do that is helpful. But we still need to take it another step. Follow up. What happened, did it work out? Is there still something left of the table that needs to done?

By staying connected and following in the ways of the Rabbeim in general and by learning Chassidus and being deeply involved in avodas Hashem we gain the insight required to hear they cry of another both open and hidden. By hearing the cries of others and acting upon them may we be zoche that Hashem hear our cries of Ad Mosai, even when we may not be able to say it loudly or clearly enough, and end this final galus with the complete revelation of Moshiach Now.

A Good Shabbos

Shabbos Guest Speaker

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Bd"e Rabbi Ariel Rav-Noy ob"m

It is with great sadness that we inform the community
of the tragic and untimely passing of
Rabbi Ariel Rav-Noy
(Ariel ob"m ben יבלחט"א Shaltiel Ze'ev)

He is survived by his wife, Miriam and 7 children.
He is also survived his parents Dr. Ze'ev and Varda Rav-Noy
and siblings Racheli Muchnik Oxnard, CA;
Avi, Michy and Eyal Rav-Noy, all of Los Angeles.

LEVAYA:
Thursday, 9 Shevat/January 29, 11:30 am
at the Chabad Persian Youth Center
9022 W Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035

KEVURA:
at the Mount Olive
7231 E. Slauson Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90040

SHIVAH:
Address: 1441 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035
Phone: (424) 302-0496
Email: ravnoyshivah@gmail.com

TIMES:

  • Thursday: Mincha 5 pm. No visits after 8 pm.
  • Friday : Shacharis 8 am. No visits after 11 am. Mincha 3 pm.
    Motzei Shabbos: Maariv 6:30 pm. No visits after 9:30 pm.
    Sunday - Tuesday: Shacharis 8 am. No visits 12 to 5 pm. Mincha 5 pm. No visits after 9 pm.
  • Wednesday: Shacharis 8 am.

Please be aware of small children and let the family have time

May we share only besoros tovos.

Yud Shevat Community Fabrengen

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Announcements - Bo

  • Click here for this week’s JEM “Here’s My Story”. 
  • Click here for the KYY update.
  • Important message from Rabbi M Duchman:
    Please register your sons and dauthers to our upcoming shabaton ASAP!! We don't want to leave anybody behind--- Don't delay please---thank you. www.kolyakovyehuda.com 
  • Click here for a list of our ongoing shiurim. 
  • Click here to pay up all your kibud pledges and outstanding membership. Thank you to all of our supporters!!!
  • Community wide farbrengen in honor of Yud-Shevat. Click here for more info. 
  • Next Shabbosm our shul wil be hosting a RABBI YOSSI LEW, there will be many programs over shabbos and motzei shabbos. STAY TUNED.
  • IT IS CUSTOMARY FOR ALL MEN TO GET AN ALIYA THE SHABBOS BEFORE YUD SHEVAT. MINYANIM FOR KRIAH WILL BEGIN AT 9:00 AM. THE GABOIM ASK THAT EVERYONE MAKE AN EFFORT TO COME EARLY TO SHUL. 

Shabbos Schedule - Bo

  • Shabbos Candle Lighting: 4:56
  • Late Minayan for Kabolas Shabbos: 6:20 pm
  • Chassidus, Starbucks and babysitting: 8:40-9:30 sharp @ 118 S Orange Dr. 
  • Chassidus for Early Minyan with Rabbi Zalman Friedman: 8:45 am
  • Shiur Chassidus by Rabbi Raichik: 9:00 am
  • Last Time To Read Shema: 9:30 am
  • Early Minyan Shacharis: 9:30 am
  • Shacharis: 10:00 am
  • Kol Yakov Yehuda: 10:15 am
  • Mesibas Shabbos For Girls: 3:30 pm
  • Mincha: 4:55 pm 
  • Shabbos Ends: 5:59 pm
  • FATHER AND SON LEARNING: 7:00-8:00 pm 

Kiddush Sponsors - Bo

  • Mr. & Mrs. Amil Amilov for the yahrtzeit of Mrs. Nechama Amilov’s father Reb Sadya ben Reb Yigal ob"m. May the neshomo have an aliya.
  • Rabbi & Mrs. Fischel Grossman in honor of their anniversary. May they have many more happy years together. Also for the yahrtzeit of Mrs. Neshe Grossman’s father Reb Yosef Moshe ben Reb Elchonon Dovber ob"m. May the neshomo have an aliya.
  • The Raichik Family for the yahrtzeit of Harav Menachem Shmuel Dovid ben Reb Shimon Halevi Raichik ob"m. May the neshomo have an aliya.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Shaul Raigorodsky in honor of Mr. Shaul Raigorodsky’s birthday. May he have a shnas hatzlocho begashmiyus ubruchniyus.

Early Minyan Kiddush Sponsors - Bo

  • Mr. & Mrs. Mitch Reichman in honor of their anniversary. May they have many more happy years together.
  • Josh Rosen for all the kindness Hashem has shown his family. May Hashem continue to shower them and the entire community with kol tuv sela.  

Women's Shabbos Shiur - Bo

4:15 pm - At the home of Mrs. Sima Zeifman
421 N Poinsettia Pl.
Speaker: Rabbi Zalman Munitz

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