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Shabbos Information
This week`s Torah chapter is Korach


Four-minute video from the Shmuz 
Parshas Korach: Questions Have Answers

 

This Friday, June 15 Mincha will be at 7 PM

Candle lighting will be at 8:09 PM

This week`s kiddush is sponsored by the friends of Slava. This week also marks the yahrzeit of the Lubavicher Rebbe, wich will also be celebrated by a lechaim.

Mincha on Shabbos, June 16 will be at 8:00 PM

Shabbos ends at 9:29 PM
Birthdays
Slava Slavsky
June 14
Alyssa Volkov
June 17
Taya Grilli
June 19
Grisha Titievsky
June 20
Igor Donskoy
June 20
Sofia Muchnik
June 21
Yahrzeit
Yeva Bratslavskaya
Yocheved bas Shlomo
June 21
Yakov Stesel
Yakov ben Chaim
June 19
Weekly Parsha
Korach, Dasan and Aviram, and 250 of the leaders of Israel rebel against the authority of Moshe and Aharon. The rebellion results in their being swallowed up by the earth. Many people of the nation resent the death of Korach and his followers, holding Moshe responsible. HaShem`s `anger` is manifested by a plague which besets the nation, and many thousands perish.

Moshe intercedes once again for the people, instructs Aharon to make atonement for them, and the plague is halted. HaShem then commands that a staff inscribed with the name of each Tribe be placed in the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. In the morning, the staff of Levi, bearing Aharon`s name, sprouts, buds, blossoms and yields ripe almonds. This provides Divine confirmation that the Tribe of Levi is selected for the Priesthood, and also verifies Aharon`s position as the Kohen Gadol, the High Priest.

The specific duties of the Levi`im and Kohanim are stated. The Kohanim were not to be landowners, but were to receive their sustenance from the tithes and other mandated gifts brought by the people. Also taught in this week`s Parashah are laws concerning the first fruits, the redemption of the firstborn and other offerings.

Shabbos Halacha

Appetite for Shabbat Dinner

Do not eat a full meal (any bread or a lot of mezonot) after halachic midday on Friday.

REASON In order to have a special appetite for Shabbat dinner.

NOTE You may eat other food after halachic midday on Friday.

Eating from Start of Shabbat until Kiddush

Once Shabbat begins for you—either at sunset or before (such as if you lit Shabbat candles)--you may not eat or drink before hearing kiddush.  

NOTE Women and girls may make kiddush anytime after lighting candles.

Source: practicalhalacha.com

North Shore

NCSY is the most effective and respected educational Jewish Youth movement in the world.

NCSY is a multi-faceted Jewish Youth group which is open to all Jewish youth regardless of background and affiliation. Offering social and educational programming in hundreds of communities across the U.S. and Canada, NCSY is a leader in bringing unaffiliated youth an awareness of what Judaism is all about. For Jewish teenagers, NCSY is a relaxed, fun environment to learn about their own heritage.

NCSY’s programming really begins on the chapter level. Midwest NCSY includes thirteen chapters in seven US states and one Canadian province. Under the leadership of Rabbi Micah Greenland, Regional Director, we have earned an outstanding reputation among NCSY’s regions as a trailblazer in unique and innovative programming that appeals to today’s Jewish teen. If you live in the Midwest, there is probably a chapter near you.

Whether it is a latte and learning, a regional convention weekend, or just a chance to hang out with friends, chances are Midwest NCSY has an event that you are going to LOVE!

If you would like to join Midwest NCSY, please contact us. We will be glad to show you how to become a part of the most exciting Jewish youth organization in the world. In the meantime, surf the Midwest NCSY web site to find out more about all of NCSY’s programs and projects.