We are all shocked and saddened by the events which occurred in Pittsburgh this past Shabbat. My brother is a Rabbi in the community, and one of his congregants lost both of his parents in the horrific attack. The tragedy is a reminder that despite the many advances that society has made, anti-semitism is still a very real and serious concern. The best way to combat anti-semitism, however, is not to run away from it, but to stand up against it and remain vigilant! We as Jews have a responsibility to our brothers and sisters that perished in this tragedy and throughout history to make sure that their deaths were not in vain. I would like to dedicate next Saturday morning’s service to those who perished, and to use it as a time to pray for those who are still injured. Let’s try to have a strong showing. I encourage all of you to attend next Shabbos morning’s service!
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Saturday, January 5th
Saturday, January 19th
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Shabbat, Torah Reading: Bo
Friday, January 11, 2019 / Shevat 5, 5779
Light Candles at 4:37 PM
Saturday, January 12, 2019 / Shevat 6, 5779
Shabbat Ends 5:40 PM
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