Shabbos V'Eschanan Shabbos Nachamu

 

A brief note on minyanim:

Please be reminded that seating is first come first serve in the designated seats, and there is a small  possibility that we may have to turn people away at the door. 

 

Please feel free to attend any minyan in the shul--- and if you are comfortable attending shul, please make the effort to support our minyanim. 

 

Everyone must be masked while in the shul or in the outdoor minyan, and sit in any of  the designated, socially distanced seats in the main sanctuary. 

 

Candlelighting 8:16 (Shabbos can be accepted as early as 7:05 if desired)

Mincha and Kabbalas Shabbos 7 PM

 

Shacharis:

Outdoor Side Yard (Shochen Ad) 7:45 AM (Please register for the minyan so we have appropriate seating at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeJFJu92tC4HArDJau-ZCzOVmlqPm9reiaynsN3AlXJRZccwA/viewform 

Main Shul  9 AM (Shochen Ad)

Mincha 6 pm Maariv at 9:13 pm

 

Weekday Minyanim

Mincha/Maariv S-TH 8:20 PM

Shacharis S-F 7:15 AM 

 

Tu be-Av is this Wednesday. There is no tachanun at mincha on Tuesday, or on Wednesday.

 

Shabbos Day

Shma by 9:51 AM

Shacharis Shemoneh Esreh  by 11:02 AM 

Sunrise 6:18AM 

Mincha between 2:02 and 8:33 PM

Shabbos ends at 9:23 PM

 

Instructions for those  Davening at Home

Friday Night: Omit Borchu. After Shemoneh Esreh of Maariv, do not recite the section following Vayechulu.

Shabbos Day: Omit Borchu. We do not recite any of the Sefer Torah service or Yekum Purkan but  proceed directly to Av haracahamim, Ashrei and Shemoneh Esreh of Mussaf.While one is not required to read the Torah readings from a Chumash in private, it is a worthy action. 

 

Sunrise S 6:19   one minute later each day of the week

Shma S-T 9:52Am W-TH 9: 53 AM F 9:54 AM

Shacharis S -T 11:03 AM W-F 11:04 AM

Mincha between 2:02 PM and Sunset 

Sunset S 8:32 PM and one minute later each day of the week

Maariv can be recited after sunset, but if possible after 40 minutes from sunset (or repeat Shma). 

Reading Material to print for Shabbos

The Oral Law and the Two Versions of Ten Commandments By Rav Yitzchak Blau

https://www.etzion.org.il/en/oral-law-and-two-versions-ten-commandments

 

Who Serves “I”dols? By Rabbi Yissocher Frand 

https://torah.org/torah-portion/ravfrand-5771-vaeschanan/

 

Material Wealth and Its Dangers By Rav Elchanan Samet

https://www.etzion.org.il/en/material-wealth-and-its-dangers

 

The Prayer of Moses by Rabbi Ari Kahn

https://www.aish.com/tp/i/moha/48929892.html

 

Moshe's View from the Mountain- Rav Menachem Leibtag

https://tanach.org/dvarim/veet2.txt

 

Do Walk-In Closets and Porches Require a Mezuzah? by Rabbi Chaim Jachter

https://www.koltorah.org/halachah/do-walk-in-closets-and-porches-require-a-mezuzah-by-rabbi-chaim-jachter

 

Did Rashi’s daughters wear Tefilin? Dr Ari Zivotofsky

https://outorah.org/p/5674

 

Shabbos Nachamu

Rabbi Yonasan Sacks- Sheva d'Nechemta: The Haftoros of Consolation

https://www.torahweb.org/torah/2006/moadim/rsac_nechemta.html

 

Seven Shabbatot of Consolation  By Rabbi Yitzchak Etshalom 

https://torah.org/torah-portion/mikra-5773-shoftim/

 

RABBI NORMAN LAMM SHABBAT NAHAMU 5730: THE MECHANICS OF CONSOLATION

https://archives.yu.edu/gsdl/collect/lammserm/index/assoc/HASH57d2.dir/doc.pdf

 

Tu be’Av

 

Tu BeAv By Rabbi Yitzchak Etshalom

https://torah.org/torah-portion/mikra-5773-vaeschanan/

 

חג התירוש בכרמי שילה | נתנאל אלינסון

https://musaf-shabbat.com/2013/07/19/%D7%97%D7%92-%D7%94%D7%AA%D7%99%D7%A8%D7%95%D7%A9-%D7%91%D7%9B%D7%A8%D7%9E%D7%99-%D7%A9%D7%99%D7%9C%D7%94-%D7%A0%D7%AA%D7%A0%D7%90%D7%9C-%D7%90%D7%9C%D7%99%D7%A0%D7%A1%D7%95%D7%9F/

 

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412.421.9786

pzonline.org

info@pzonline.org

6318 Phillips Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15217

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