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Shabbos Information
This week`s Torah chapter is Matos/Masei

This Friday, July 13 Mincha will be at 8:10 PM

Candle lighting will be at 8:06 PM

Kidush is sponsored by the Birman Family on the occasion of Ilya`s mother`s, Natalya bas Eliezer`s, Yahrzeit.

Mincha on Shabbos, July 14 will be at 7:55 PM

Shabbos ends at 9:26 PM
Parsha in a Nutshell - Matos/Masei

Moses conveys the laws governing the annulment of vows to the heads of the tribes of Israel. War is waged against Midian for their role in plotting the moral destruction of Israel, and the Torah gives a detailed account of the war spoils and how they were allocated amongst the people, the warriors, the Levites and the high priest.

The tribes of Reuben and Gad (later joined by half of the tribe of Manasseh) ask for the lands east of the Jordan as their portion in the Promised Land, these being prime pastureland for their cattle. Moses is initially angered by the request, but subsequently agrees on the condition that they first join, and lead, in Israel’s conquest of the lands west of the Jordan.

The forty-two journeys and encampments of Israel are listed, from the Exodus to their encampment on the plains of Moab across the river from the land of Canaan. The boundaries of the Promised Land are given, and cities of refuge are designated as havens and places of exile for inadvertent murderers. The daughters of Tzelafchad marry within their own tribe of Manasseh, so that the estate which they inherit from their father should not pass to the province of another tribe.

Lena Titievsky
July 16
Alex Volkov
July 18
Ezra Ami Trilisky
July 19
Sarah Raizel Stesel
July 19
Raisa Belotserkovskaya
Raisa bas Michail
July 18
Polina Gershengorn
Perel bas Nuchem
July 15
David Yelkonovich
David Velvel ben Yosef Issur
July 19
Shabbos Halacha

Follow Nearest Jewish Community for Non-Setting Sun

If the sun does not set for more than 24 hours, such as north of the Arctic Circle in the summer, follow the nearest Jewish community`s Shabbat starting time.

Starting Shabbat within Shabbat Domain/Techum Shabbat

If an entire community starts Shabbat early, individuals must also start early. If any part of the community starts on time, you may also do so.

Starting Shabbat outside Shabbat Domain/Techum Shabbat

If you are outside techum Shabbat (which may be as little as 0.7 miles, or 1 km, past the last house of an inhabited area—city, village, etc.), you may start Shabbat at sunset even if the nearby community starts early, as long as the rabbi from that community does not have authority over your area.

Source: practicalhalacha.com

Inspirational Quote

Chess Club

Chess classes for children of various ages and levels at Heritage

"Chess is a powerful tool for developing higher order thinking skills, creativity, numerical and verbal aptitudes, and memory. It helps children to build character and strengthen and incorporate important moral values such as Courage, Perseverance, and Honoring others." (http://kqchessclub.com). 

The class is taught by one of the instructors from http://kqchessclub.com/our_teachers.html, Mila Finkelshtein, who was Chief Arbiter of many USSR Scholastic Championships, has a lot of teaching experience from former USSR and many years in America.

Please, join us! 

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