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PURIM

We are collecting monies for Matanot L’evyonim to be given out Purim day.Please drop off your checks or cash to Light of Israel. Please make the checks out to Ahavat Chesed or you could donate online at Lightofisrael.org – please specify matanot L’evyonim and add 3% to cover our costs. It must be received by Thursday, February 25.

Read Laws of Purim here

Download Purim Kuntros

Thursday – Ta’anit Esther

Fast begins:

Sephardim – 5:28 am
Ashkenazim- 5:40 am

Shacharit- 7:30 am
Mincha – 5:30 pm
Arvit/Megillah- 6:15 pm

Fast ends:

Sephardim – 6:15 pm
Ashkenazim – 6:30 pm

Friday – Purim

Shacharit- 8:00 am
Megillah – 8:30 am
Mincha/Candle lighting- 5:37 pm

Tetzaveh ~ 15th of Adar 5781 ~ February 27, 2021

Friday Night:

Candle lighting/Mincha – 5:37 PM
followed by Kabalat Shabbat & Arvit
 
Sunset: 5:55 PM
 

Shabbat Day:

Regular Shacharit – 9:00 AM
followed by hot Kiddush
 
Mincha – TBD
followed by Seudat Shlishit & and Arvit
 
Shabbat Ends – TBD
Rabeinu Tam – TBD

Weekday Services

Shacharit
Sunday – 8:00 AM
Monday/Thursday – 7:45 AM
 
Arvit
Sunday-Thursday – 9:00 PM

Guidelines for Minyan

  • Everyone must wear a mask
  • Everyone must wash their hands with Purell or soap & water upon entering (provided at the front door)
  • Only men over Bar mitzvah may attend unless we daven outside on a nice day in which case women over 12 may attend as well, however – no kids.
  • Bring your own siddur
  • Must maintain proper social distancing of at least 6 feet
  • Sit only in marked chairs
  • Absolutely no congregating anywhere in or around the building
  • 10 person maximum on all indoor Minyanim
  • After services wipe down your seat & anything you’ve touched with a disinfectant wipe
  • If you have any COVID-19 symptoms whatsoever or have been in contact with anyone with symptoms, do not come.
  • If you are in the “high risk” category you must consult with your physician before attending

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