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Weekday Minyanim

Weekday Minyanim

Shaharit #1 6:45am
Shaharit #2 7:30am
Shaharit #3 8:15am
Minha/Arbit 6:45pm

Friday Minha

Friday Minha

Shir Ha’Shirim & Minha 6:30/6:45pm
Candle Lighting 7:21pm

Shabbat Shaharit

Shabbat Shaharit

First Minyan - Rabbi Setton - New Sanctuary 7:00am
Main Minyan - Rabbi Kassin - Main Sanctuary 8:30am
PAC Minyan - Max Sutton - Midrash 8:45am
HS/Post HS Minyan - Rabbi Dana - Social Center 9:15am
Rabbi Kassin’s Halacha Class - Library 11:15am
Rabbi Setton’s Class for PAC Minyan Kids 11:15am
Pre-Minha Classes 6:00pm

Shabbat Minha

Shabbat Minha - Main Sanctuary 7:00pm
Shabbat Ends 8:20pm*


Redemption: Past and Future

Rabbi Ezra Labaton ZS”L The holiday of Passover is the most powerful national holiday of the Jewish people. It was the first holiday that we celebrated together as a nation. …continue reading Redemption: Past and Future

The Consuming Fire

Two fires came from before The Lord. The first consumed the nation’s offering, and the second, Nadab and Abihu, the two sons of Aharon. The Mishkan was assembled, ceremoniously dedicated, …continue reading The Consuming Fire

Behar and Spirals

Patterns and habits can be powerful tools for success, through consistency and momentum. Unfortunately, they can be very detrimental as well, locking us into behavior which takes us further and …continue reading Behar and Spirals

How The Leviyim Earned Their Role

Why were the Leviyim singled out from amongst the nation and given a special role? They were not part of the general census and were given the role and responsibility …continue reading How The Leviyim Earned Their Role

The Sotah and the Me Too Movement

Rabbi Albert Setton The Sotah chapter in the Torah represents a fascinating episode in Chazal actively shaping a specific concept in the Torah according to specific ideological lines. A cursory …continue reading The Sotah and the Me Too Movement

The Glory and Grandeur of Moshe Rabenu*

Rabbi Ezra Labaton ZS”L Moshe Rabenu achieved what no other human being achieved or could achieve. He became the Master Prophet- the one who spoke to Bore Olam פָּנִים אֶל …continue reading The Glory and Grandeur of Moshe Rabenu*