THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION COVERS ACTIVITIES FROM July 27th - August 9th. WE HOPE YOU FIND IT HELPFUL.

The Sunday Yeshiva is on Summer hiatus.

Daf Yomi Sunday-Thursday 9:20-10PM. Ma'ariv Sunday - Thursday: 10 PM

Tuesday, July 29th: Rabbi Naftali Citron's class is on Summer Hiatus.

On Tuesdays at 7:00PM, Rabbi Meir Fund teaches A Touch of Kabbalah/Sefer Derech Hashem
At 8:00 PM, join Rabbi Meir Fund for A Taste of Torah/The Chassidic Masters.

Wednesday, July 30th is your last chance to make discounted reservations for this Friday, August 1st's Shabbat Chazon Dinner with Rabbi Naftali Citron and Rabbi Dr. Nehemia Polen.
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Wednesday, July 30th: The Wednesday Night Learning Program at the Carlebach Shul will not meet this week and resumes August 6th.

Thursday Night, July 31st: Daf Yomi with Chulent (Siyum this week) taught by Yitzy Weinberg at 9:10 PM. Ma'ariv at 10:00 PM.

Friday, August 1st: Light Shabbat candles at 7:53 PM. Mincha, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat services, led this week by Yehuda Green, will begin at that time.

Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Naftali Citron and Rabbi Dr. Nehemia Polen
Friday August 1st (Shabbat Chazon)
"Love and Jerusalem: The Hidden Connection between the Temple Service and the Song of Songs"
In memory of Moshe Liebert's Yahrzeit
$40 members; $50 non-members; $5 discount if reserved by Wednesday July 30th
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Saturday, August 2nd: Our Monthly Meditative Service meets from 9:00 - 10:30 AM. A Bagels and Whitefish Kiddush follows services.
Shabbat morning services will begin at 9:15 AM.
A youth program will meet from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, led this week by Aviva Massarof.
Kiddush following services, co-sponsored by Sherry and Art Miller in honor of their granddaughter Sarah, who is a chayal boded (lone soldier) in the IDF. Co-sponsorship is still available. 
Rabbi Dr. Polen teaches a Shiur at 6:25 PM
Mincha will be at 7:25 PM, followed by Seudah Shelishit, sponsored by Helene Parnes in memory of Moshe Liebert, Sister Rose Thering, Olivia J. Simmons, and Helene’s parents, Henry L. and Anna L. Parnes.

The Sunday Yeshiva is on Summer hiatus.

Daf Yomi Sunday-Thursday 9:20-10PM. Ma'ariv Sunday - Thursday: 10 PM

Tisha B’Av: Monday, August 4th - Tuesday, August 5th

We do not wear leather shoes on this day.  All leather shoes must be removed before Borchu on Monday night.

Monday, August 4th

Mincha: 5:15pm
Fast Begins: 8:09pm

Ma’ariv: 8:35pm followed by Eicha; Kumsitz following Eicha led by Yehuda Green

Tuesday, August 5th

Shacharit: 10:00 AM (Kinnos are recited as part of the Shacharit service on Tisha B’Av)
Chatzot: 1:02 PM
Mincha: 2:30pm
Program: 3:15pm
Vilna, The Jerusalem of the East: Lost and Found 
Vilna was considered the Jerusalem of the East because of the immense scholarship, creativity and vitality of its Jewish inhabitants.  Its destruction was an immeasurable loss but the dream of renewal is a most cherished find that lives on in our hearts and minds. 
Journey with us and discover for yourself: “The World Was Ours"
Program will feature noted speaker Dr. Michael Szenberg; A documentary Film, THE WORLD WAS OURS by Mira Jedwabnik Van Doren,

Program Chaired by Karen Sutton

Ma’ariv: 8:38pm
Fast Ends: 8:38pm

Rabbi Naftali Citron's class is on Summer Hiatus.
Rabbi Meir Fund's classes are un Summer Hiatus, and resume on September 2nd.

Wednesday, August 6th: Wednesday Night Learning Program at the Carlebach Shul
8:30 - 9:45 PM: Dr. Raphie Kellman - Kabbalah, Judaism, and its Purpose: The Era of Moshiach; Its Spiritual, Social, and Economic Landscape.
Dr. Raphie Kellman will explore this topic and continue to lecture on this topic on select Wednesday evenings in the summer.
Free Dinner before the class at 8:15 PM
Suggested Donation: $8/$10 sliding scale

Thursday Night, August 7th: Daf Yomi with Chulent taught by Yitzy Weinberg at 9:10 PM.
Ma'ariv
 at 10:00 PM.

Friday, August 8th: Light Shabbat candles at 7:45 PM. Mincha, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat services will begin at that time.

Saturday, August 9th: Join us at 9:00 AM for "Power Up Your Shacharit."
Shabbat morning services will begin at 9:15 AM.
A youth program will meet from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, led this week by Laura Csillag
Kiddush follows services, sponsorship still available.
A Pre-Mincha Shiur meets at 6:15 PM
Mincha will be at 7:15 PM, followed by Seudah Shelishit, sponsorship still available.

NOTES/SAVE THE DATES:

Moshav Unplugged at the Carlebach Shul (Post Tu B'Av Concert)
Tuesday night, August 12th, Moshav Band will be performing at the shul at 7:30 PM.
Doors open at 7:00 PM. Tickets: $25 at the door, $15 if paid before Monday 8/11.
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Youth Program: Please bring your kids every Shabbat morning to our children’s program – featuring storytelling, prizes, and more fun!  This children’s program runs every Shabbat and holiday at The Carlebach Shul, with a variety of leaders that kids love.

High Holidays 5775
Rosh Hashanah: September 24th - 26th
Yom Kippur: October 3rd - October 4th
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Carlebach Shul Infoline: Dial 212-580-2391 and press “2” to hear information about our services and classes.

The Carlebach Shul Bikur Cholim Committee is available to help Carlebach Shul members in need of a Shabbos meal, or who may need a visit. Please call the Shul at 212-580-2391 or e-mail Rabbi Avraham Newman at Atzilus@hotmail.com or Miriam Suchoff at Merry1Moss@aol.com.

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