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Young Beth Jacob!

Rabbi Morning Afternoon Bloom’s Groups Begin @ 10:30am, Parents please tend to your children beforehand
Rabbi
Morning
Afternoon
Bloom’s
Groups Begin @
10:30am, Parents please
tend to your children
beforehand
Class:
Groups with the
Weisers on Shabbos
@ 5:50PM
Afternoon-5:45PM
Youth Morning Groups
Tots: Below 1st Grade with
Teen Morning Groups
Morahs Faye & Shayna
Group 2: Active and Edu-
cational Programs with our
Middle School Helpers
Junior Cong: The Classic—
Reborn with Mr. Weiser
Pre-Teen Girls: Torah
Learning w/Bobbe
Reitman -10:30am-
Tweeners Groups
Shalosh Seudos
in classroom
Art!! Israel Independence to send Come and make art to children in Israel. Art Every
Art!!
Israel Independence
to send
Come and make art
to children in Israel.
Art
Every
Wednesday,
6:15-8:15pm
Tweeners SeaWorld!!
Sunday, April
4:00-8:00pm,
Cost:
22 $10
SeaWorld!! Sunday, April 4:00-8:00pm, Cost: 22 $10 Get Excited! Girls and Boys Mishmar- Wednesday @

Get Excited!

Girls and Boys Mishmar-Wednesday @ 4:15-6:15pm-This week-Boys Bloomberry Pancakes-Sundays at 8:45-9:15am- Back & Bigger Girls Night Out-every other week, ages 13-18, Friday night, 8:15- 9:00pm at the home of Yisroel & Malka Weiser. Contact Mr. Weiser for details on Youth 619.933.6740

Rabbi

President

Avram Bogopulsky

Rand Levin

Shabbat Mevorachim, April 21 ,ב“עשת ,ןסינב ט“כ Parshat Shemini, pg. 588 Haftorah pg. 1207

Note: Shabbat Reading is divided into 7 sections. Each section is called an Aliya [literally: Go up] since for each Aliya, one person “goes up” to make a bracha [blessing] on the Torah Reading.

1st & 2nd Aliyot: The Parsha begins on Nissan 1, 2449. The seven-day inauguration of Aharon and his sons was completed and the ceremonies for the Mizbeach’s consecration had begun. Over 40 offerings would be brought on that first day, each requiring the direct ministrations of Aharon. Aharon blessed the nation with the standard priestly blessing after which Moshe and Aharon blessed the nation with the special Bracha of Psalm 90.

3rd Aliya: The deaths of Nadav and Avihu are recorded at the very same time that fire descended from heaven to light the Mizbeach. Their cousins removed the bodies of Nadav and Avihu from the courtyard of the Mishkan. Moshe instructs Aharon and his two remaining sons, Elazar and Isamar, that they are forbidden to overtly mourn the deaths of Nadav and Avihu in the standard manner. It is from here that we are taught the standard practices of tearing Kriyah and of mourners not cutting their hair.

4th & 5th Aliyot: Moshe instructs Aharon and his sons to continue the service of the Mizbeach’s consecration. The first recorded difference in Halachik rulings is recorded between Moshe and Aharon as it pertained to the eating of the Rosh Chodesh offering. (Note 16-20, Stone Edition ArtScroll pg.

595)

6th Aliya: The basic laws of Kosher and non-Kosher animals, fish, and fowl are recorded. Note that verses 11:4-7 is one of the established proofs for the divine authorship of the Torah.

7th Aliya: The basic laws of purity and impurity are recorded. It is important to clarify that the Torah does not associate “Tummah” impurity and “Taharah” purity with good and bad. The entire process involves the concept of life and death and the symbolic emphasis that the Torah places on serving G-d with optimism and vigor. So long as there is life there is the opportunity to grow in our relationship with G-d.

Haftorah Mochor Chodesh

Being that tomorrow is Rosh Chodesh, the Haftorah is exclusive for a Shabbos that coincides with Erev Rosh Chodesh. The Haftorah is from Shmuel I Capt. 20. It describes the emotional parting between Yehonasan the son of Shaul, and Dovid, the future king of Israel. The Gemara states that the greatest love ever manifested between two people was the love that existed between Yehonasan and Dovid. Dovid had already been anointed by Shmuel to succeed Shaul as king, and his relationship with his mentor, King Shaul, had deteriorated to the extent

that Dovid had to flee for his life. Yehonasan, wanting to ascertain

the extent of Shaul’s hatred for Dovid, devised a plan, whereby Dovid would be absent from Shaul’s Rosh Chodesh meal. If his father acted lovingly in asking about Dovid’s absence, then it would be safe for Dovid to return. If not, Dovid would flee. In the end, Dovid was forced to flee Shaul’s wrath. The extraordinary aspect of Yehonasan’s love for Dovid was the fact that he protected Dovid with his life, even though he knew that Dovid would succeed Shaul as king, rather than himself.

Welcome!

To all guests and visitors here for Shabbat & Yom Tov.

Thank You!!!

Kiddush is sponsored by

Seuda Shlishit is sponsored IHO Siyum of Mesechet Krisus.

Mazal Tov!!!

Happy

Stephie Buchwald.

Birthday

Yehuda

Lave,

Coming Up!!!

Vort/Engagement Party for Saul Motola and Amy Segall, Sunday,

April 22, 11 Aspen Tree Ln. Irvine @ 3pm.

Sunday April 29, the Friendship Circle and Jewish Federation team up to provide the Jewish community day of unity IHO Yom Ha’atzmaut! Register: www. FriendshipWalkSD.com and join our Beth Jacob Congregation walk team!

Refuah Sheleima

| Doni Lepor | Marcy Maisel | Yehuda Lave |

LAG B’OMER PICNIC!!! Annual picnic rescheduled for Sunday, June 10 Details to follow

Chessed Committee!

To give or receive Chessed call Phil Bloch @ 619-589-8920 or

the Shul Office 619-287-9890

Shabbat Schedule

Shabbat Schedule

Mincha 6:45pm Candlelighting 7:04pm Shacharis Beit Midrash 7:45am Daf Yomi 7:45am Shacharis Main Shul 8:45am

Mincha 6:45pm Candlelighting 7:04pm Shacharis Beit Midrash 7:45am Daf Yomi 7:45am Shacharis Main Shul 8:45am Latest Shema 9:29am

Ladies Class w/Betty Weiser 5:00pm Pirkei Avot 5:15pm

Ladies Class w/Betty Weiser 5:00pm Pirkei Avot 5:15pm

Youth Groups

5:35pm

Rabbi’s Class 6:00pm Mincha 6:50pm Shabbos Ends 8:05pm Candles Next Week 7:10pm

Weekly Schedule

Sun Shacharis 8:00am Mon Rosh Chodesh 6:10/7:15am Tue-Fri 6:20/7:15am Mon-Thu Mincha/Maariv 7:10pm Late Maariv 9:15pm

Sun Shacharis 8:00am Mon Rosh Chodesh 6:10/7:15am Tue-Fri 6:20/7:15am Mon-Thu Mincha/Maariv 7:10pm Late Maariv 9:15pm

Learning In Your Community

Our community offers a wide range of learning opportunities.

YOMI

Daf Yomi: Mon-Fri at 6:15 am, Sunday at 7:00 am, Shabbos at 7:45 am Amud Yomi: Contact Rabbi Simon Gemara Class:Sunday-Thursday with Yaakov Klein, 8:15-9:15pm Mr. Weiser What’s on Weiser’s mind? Call him to find out: 619.933.6740 Beis Midrash Learning: Bagel and cream cheese, fresh brewed coffee every Sunday @ 8:45am. Come and get a chavrusa and study.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Prophets

Ladies Class

 

W/Rabbi Marks

w/The Rabbi

Parsha W/ The Rabbi

6:30-7:15pm

Beginner Talmud

1:30-2:15PM

Ladies Class

w/Rabbi Marks

Tastes of Talmud w/Rabbi Adatto

7:45-8:30PM

w/L. Bogopulsky

8:15-9:15PM

Mishmar & Cholent

8:00-9:00PM

8:00-9:00PM

9:30-10:30PM

Shabbat Dinner @ Beth Jacob Sign up for a beautiful dinner on Friday, April 27 catered by Emet Kosher Catering. $18 Adults $10 Children 4-12 4 and under-Free Deadline to sign up-Tue, April 24

SCY TUNES!!! Sunday, May 13

San Diego Natural History

Museum, cost: $25

Dance/Jazz for Girls!!!

Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00-5:45pm, ages 8-12 FMI Speak to Rachel Nissim Still room to sign up!