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Heritage Newsletter


Kiddush is sponsored  anonymously and occasion TBA at the kiddush

Father and Son learning at 5:00 PM. This week father and son learning is sponsored by Khvilovsky family. 

Rosh Chodesh Tishrei Lecture for women  - Sunday, October 2 at 8:30 PM
Speaker: Mrs. Mindy Reiss
The topic is "The 10 Days of Teshuva and taking ourselves to a new level"
Location: Julie Freidin Residence at 3054 Columbia Ave, Chicago IL 60645

Please let Heritage office know at if you would like to be a storyteller or to sponsor future Father and Son learning and Thursday Night Mishmor. Cost is 0. 

Weekly Torah

On this, the last day of his life, Moshe goes from tent to tent throughout the camp, bidding farewell to his beloved people, encouraging them to `keep the faith`. Moshe tells them that whether he is among them or not, HaShem is with them, and will vanquish their enemies. Then he summons Yehoshua, and in front of all the people, exhorts him to be strong and courageous as the leader of the Jewish People. In this manner, he strengthens Yehoshua`s status as the new leader. Moshe teaches them the mitsvah of Hakhel: that every seven years on the first day of the intermediate days of Sukot the entire nation, including small children, is to gather together at the Temple to hear the King read from the Book of Devarim. The sections that he reads deal with faithfulness to HaShem, the covenant, and reward and punishment. HaShem tells Moshe that his end is near, and he should therefore summon Yehoshua to stand with him in the Mishkan, where HaShem will teach Yehoshua. HaShem then tells Moshe and Yehoshua that after entering the Land the people will be unfaithful to Him and begin to worship other gods. HaShem will then completely `hide his face`, so that it will seem that the Jewish People are at the mercy of fate, and that they will be hunted by all. HaShem instructs Moshe and Yehoshua to write down a song - Ha`azinu -- which will serve as a `witness` against the Jewish People when they sin. Moshe records the song in writing and teaches it to Beney Yisrael. Moshe completes his transcription of the Torah and instructs the Levi`im to place it to the side of the Aron (Holy Ark), so that no one will ever write a new Torah Scroll that is different from the original -- for there will always be a reference copy.

Irina Stesel
September 29
Natan Tokarskiy
October 4
Freida Polishchuk
Freida bas Boruch
September 29 
Alexander Golber
Alexander ben
October 1 
Iliya Gabrielev
Eliyahu ben Lipa
October 2
Nina Davydova
Nina bas Yenita
October 6
Shabbos Information

This week`s Torah chapter is Vayelech

This Friday, September 30

Candle lighting will be at 6:14 PM

Mincha will be at 6:20PM

Shabbos, October 1

Shabbos Morning class by Rabbi Agishtein and Rabbi Zaslavsky will be at 8:30 AM

Shachris will be at 9:00 AM

Heritage kids program will be from 9:30 AM to 11 AM

Rabbi Zuckerman 10-minute class for kids and adults right after Shachris

Kiddush is sponsored  anonymously and occasion TBA at the kiddush

sponsor Kiddush

Father and Son learning will be at 5:00 PM

Shabbos Class of Rabbi Dr. Pinchas Zusis will meet at 5:20 PM 

Mincha will be at 6:00 PM

sponsor Seuda Shlishis

Maariv will be at 7:12 PM

Shabbos ends at 7:22 PM


Sunday, October 2, 11 AM at Sunset Memorial Lawns, 3100 Shermer Rd, Northbrook, IL 60062

If you are unable to attend, you can submit the names by using This form

If you would like to send donation in memory of your loved ones use this button: Donate

Memorial Service will be broadcasted live on Facebook:

To submit the name to be read during Yizkor service in our synagogue use this form: Form

Yizkor service will be in our synaogue on Yom Kippur, Wednesday October 5, 11:00 AM. The ancient custom of recalling the souls of the departed and contributing to charity in their memory is rooted in the fundamental Jewish belief in the eternity of the soul. When physical life ends, only the body dies, but the soul ascends to the realm of the spirit where it regularly attains higher levels of purity and holiness.

To submit the name to be read during Yizkor service in our synagogue use this form: Form


Buffalo Grove

Dual Curriculum Excellence: The Best of Jewish Education and General Academics. The Jewish community of Buffalo Grove and the northwest Chicagoland suburbs have welcomed an exciting new school to the neighborhood: Torah Academy of Buffalo Grove. Torah Academy provides a comprehensive Judaic and general studies education for Jewish children of all backgrounds.

A strong emphasis on excellence in academics, combined with a meaningful Jewish program of values and traditions, will empower each child to grow and achieve his or her maximum potential. Our warm, caring and professional teachers will build each child's confidence and self-esteem, cultivate the unique personality and talents of the individual and promote appropriate character development to foster lifelong learning and accomplishment.

Torah Academy includes a young learning program for two year olds, an early childhood program for ages 3 and 4, a kindergarten for five year olds and first through fifth grades.

Please contact us if you are interested, either by visiting our website: , by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by calling the school office at 224-353-7791.