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Shabbat Flyer


12 Tamuz, 5780 – July 4, 2020


Shabbat & Candle lighting : Friday 8:11 pm
Shabbat Ends: Saturday 9:19 pm

Welcome back to our in-building services at CSS,
please click  on the link below and watch the video
Thank you so much ,
Alan Shamoun

You must reserve your place for in person services. No walk-ins allowed.

We are conducting virtual services (streamed online) via ZOOM that we can provide for you from our clergy!
We encourage you to join early and/or stay late to chat with your friends, so that the service doesn’t have too much disruption. 

We’ve made it easier to find the services you are looking for.
No more “where’s that email?”!For the complete schedule of Services, visit our site:
for passwords: please contact the office or a Board Member

Friday  7/3 -Kabbalat Shabbat Service 7:00 pm
Calling in? Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID:
900 240 702

Saturday 7/4  –  Shabbat Service – 9:30 am
Calling in? Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID:
456 671 841

Sunday 7/5 –  Sunday Night Minyan 8:00 pm
Calling in? Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID:
439 600 230

Monday  7/6 – Monday Morning Minyan 8:00 am
Calling in? Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 176 382 591

Thursday 7/9 –  Thursday Morning  Minyan 8:00 am
Calling in? Dial: +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 176 382 591
Remember to mute your mic, otherwise we can hear what’s going on in your home!

Last week, we read about Korach, a Levite who challenged the authority of Moses and Aaron, who also are Levites.  The Rabbis consider Korach a bad example, an example of a rebellion or conflict with no reasonable purpose.  The rabbinic tradition allows for dispute and conflict, provided the goal is a sincere search for understanding the will of God in regard to the matter under dispute.  So, the many disagreements between the disciples of Hillel and the disciples of Shammai were regarded as Divine in purpose, because both sides agreed to abide by the decision of the majority.  Korach clearly was not willing to accept God’s decision in appointing Moses and Aaron, so his dispute was clearly improper and he and his cohorts perished in a most unusual manner, clearly categorizing their complaint as inappropriate.  May all our disputes and conflicts be for the sake of Heaven and may we never be considered in the camp of Korach.

Rabbi Art Vernon

Links to Siddurim

Other noteworthy news:

Ritual Committee – Is seeking volunteers for Divrei Torah over the summer.
Please contact Henry Luft or Jeff Smith if you would like to volunteer.

Mini-University – Sisterhood Mini-University online class series continue on Tuesdays at 1:30pm.
Classes will run through July 21st 2020. To register please click the link below.

Cantor’s Classes – Sundays at 11:30 am, online:
Dial by your location  +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 872 4123 7529
Password: contact the office

This week’s Birthdays and Anniversaries:
Cheryl Forman Sheer, Lev Yenachem Vernon, Koby Duek, Aly Rose Lobel, Hanna Fass,
Sarah Deluca, Beth Gewirtz


Refuah Shlema:

Stewart Walden, Herb Gruder, Howard Tannenbaum, Nancy Nejathaim,
Herb Pollack and Henry Luft

We encourage you to reach out to your fellow congregants to say hello.
click here to visit our website, for the most up-to-date info
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