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Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services

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Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services

We invite you to join us for our Shabbat Services.

37 West 65th Street, 5th floor. Between Broadway and Central Park West.

 
 
Shabbat Ki Sisa Parshat Parah, March 17-18, Adar 19-20

Shabbat Candle Lighting: 6:47 PM

Shabbat ends: 7:47 PM

Friday Night

Minchah 7:00 PM followed by Kabbalat Shabbat.

Shabbat Day

Talmud class 9:15 AM

Shacharit: 10:00 AM

Torah Reading: Ki Tisa:  Exodus 30:11 - 34:35

Second Torah: Parshat Parah:  Numbers 19:1-22

Haftora (special for Parah):  Ezekiel 36:16-36

Children’s Program 10:30 AM-12:30PM

Children experience Shabbat and the Parsha in our warm, friendly environment every Shabbat morning. Featuring: Tfila, Parsha, Games, Snack and Weekly raffles with exciting prizes! Children 4 and under can not be left unattended.

There's a new Minyan at Chabad!  A Junior Minyan, for kids ages 9-12, will be taking place weekly at our Shul. In addition to our AMAZING 2 classroom kids program we are now adding on a 3rd room with energetic leaders, kid-led prayers, their very own Kiddush and exciting incentives.  This is a junior community your child wants, rather - needs, to join.

Shabbat Kiddush Buffet 12:15

***This week the Kiddush is being sponsored by Harvey & Irina Stein in grand celebration of their daughter Frida’s Bat Mitzvah being held this week at Chabad. Mazal Tov. May G‑d grant you success in your studies and in your conduct, and may you grow up to be worthy of being called a “daughter of Israel”***

If you wish to sponsor a Kiddush please contact us here or 212-706-7708

Please reach out to our Chesed coordinator Dana Simpson to set up or to be part of a meal train for those in need during times of joy or c”v sorrow.  danasimpson808@gmail.com  

Halachic Times

Earliest Tefillin (latest of the week): 6:15 AM
Latest Shma (earliest of the week): 9:55 AM

For all halachic times, see www.chabadw60s.com/zmanim 


Parshat Parah

In preparation for the upcoming  festival of Passover, when every Jew had to be in a state of ritual purity, the section of Parah (Numbers 19: 1 - 22) is added to the weekly reading. Parah relates the laws of the Red Heifer through which a person contaminated by contact with a dead body was purified. It is our fervent hope that Moshiach will come well before Passover, at which time the Red Heifer will help us remove all impurity from the world.


 Maot Chittim - Pesach Fund

Ma'ot Chittim - Literally, "money for wheat." It is customary to give charity before Passover to help provide the poor with matzah, wine and their other festival needs.
Click Here to contribute.

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