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YOUNG ISRAEL OF WEST HARTFORD2240 ALBANY AVENUEWEST HARTFORD, CT 06117860-233-3084
Web Site: www.youngisraelwh.org
  Y   O  U  N   G  I   S  R   A  E  L   O  F
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Rabbi Brahm Weinberg 860-233-3084 orrabbi@youngisraelwh.orgJudith Hessing, Coordinator 860-233-6042 or judith.hessing@gmail.com
בוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמ
 
to Rivkie (Elbaum)on her recent marriage toJoshua Schickman
.
בוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמ
 
to Sarah, Zvi, Estie &Pinney; Rachel, Raffi, Zev, Chaim, Yehuda & AvrahamBerkovic.
בוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמ
 
to the Elbaum & Schickmanfamilies!
בוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמ
 
to Inna Stein & Arie Shteyntsayg on thebirth of Binyamin Yitzchak!
בוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמבוט לזמ
 
big sisters Sara& Rivka; to grandparents, Galina Shteyntsayg,Sofiya & Val Khilkevich, and great grandmotherLisa Khilkevich. May he grow L’Torah, L’Chupah,u'L'Maasim Tovim!
תמאה ןיד ךורבתמאה ןיד ךורבתמאה ןיד ךורבתמאה ןיד ךורב
 
We regret to inform you of the passing of DinaWizenfeld ob"m, beloved mother of our member Irv(Betty) Wizenfeld; beloved grandmother and great-grandmother to Howie, Rachayl & Eliana; Charlie &Michal; and Joey. May the entire Wizenfeld family becomforted amongst the mourners for Zionand YerushalayimYIWH ISRAEL ADVOCACY EVENTSunday, February 26that 4:00 PM at the Mandell JCCSpeaker will beIDF Sgt. Benjamin Anthony‘From the Front Lines of Combat to theCampuses of North AmericaFollowed by an Interactive Workshopwith Jewish Learning Initiative Campus Couple,Rabbi Yosi & Sheera EisenFree & Open to the Public!BOOK CLUBThe Invisible Bridge--Julie Orringer.Meeting Wednesday, February 29thAt 7:30 PMAt the home of Eileen Weinberg
 
, 74 Bainton Road
 
SEUDAH SHLISHIT Seudah Shlishit
is sponsored by Evelyn & BobHarris on the occasion of the Yahrzeit of Evelyn’smother,
Dvora bat Reuven HaCohen
,Dorothy Perlmuter.Rabbi Wein - Parshas Terumah -The Devil Is In The DetailsAll biblical commentators have puzzled forages over the main topic of this week’s parsha - themishkan/tabernacle and its construction. Why doesGod need a building, so to speak, to dwell in? Whyall of the details in the Torah regarding this essen-tially temporary building and its artifacts? And whydoes the Torah, which in so many other instances isso concise and chary about words, devote entirelong chapters to the details of the mishkan/tabernacle? Many different theories regarding thesedifficulties have been proposed.We all know that it is from the description ofthe “work” that went into the construction of themishkan/tabernacle that the definitions of thethirty-nine main categories of “work” on Shabbatare derived and therefore the Torah had to go intosuch detail. Yet the question begs itself as to whythe Torah did not state these thirty-nine types of“work” directly when it described the institution ofthe Shabbat to us.The masters of kabala read into the descrip-tions of the mishkan/tabernacle great hidden se-crets and explanations of out universe and its untoldmysteries and wonders. They even saw in this de-tailed description a revelation of the “real” world ofHeaven and what that spiritual realm looks like. Butthe Torah, though containing seventy differentfaces - and with mysticism certainly one of thosefaces, it primarily possesses a simple, declarativeaspect to it. And it is that face that is most difficultto understand and to deal with regarding the mish-kan/tabernacle.Dvar Continued on Page 3.
SHABBAT PARASHAT TERUMAH 
 February 25th, 2012
2 Adar 5772Kiddush this
Shabbat 
 Is sponsored by Edna & David ShamashIn Memory of David’s Mother  Aliza bat Moshe
 
Editor: Judie PatelE-mail: bulletin @youngisraelwh.orgEditors Emeritus: Sam Leichtberg & Moish Trencher Affiliate of the National Council of Young Israel Synagogues, Member of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America,Sponsor of West Hartford NCSY, National Conference of Synagogue Youth, Kashrut Commission of Greater Hartford,Mikveh Bess Israel of Greater Hartford, Eruv of West Hartford
 
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTAcknowledgment donations should be sent toDebbie Luger at 37 Miamis Road
DOR L’DOR
Come & learn in a
Chavruta
format with your child.At Chabad House Grades: 1
st
– 8
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This Shabbat - February 18
th
at 7:00 PMMarch 3
rd
at 7:00 PMTuesday night class and Late Maariv this week!Rabbi Weinberg is away untilSunday, February 26thcall Rabbi Yitzchok Adler (860) 236-1241 orRabbi Ari Weiss (860) 233-6241 with halachicquestions; or call Judith Hessing at(860) 233-6042 in case of emergency - she willknow how to reach Rabbi Weinberg.MY RABBI’S GOT TALENTHAGH 8th Grade EventSaturday Night, February 25thFrom 7:00 - 9:30 PMAt Beth David SynagogueProgram features Rabbis: Gary Atkins,Steven Chatinover, Gary Lavitt, Daniel Loew,Richard Plavin, David Small,Ari Weiss and Mordechai Weissand others.Please support HAGH 8th Grade Trip to IsraelSee flyer for further detailsSimply TsfatConcert at Agudas Achimon Sunday, March 4thfrom 2:00- 3:30 pm.The concert is a fundraiser for the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Hartford,the Hebrew High School of New England, & the Jewish Student Union ( JSU ) at Hall High School.
Adult: $10 Child ( 4-12) $5 Family max. $30Sponsorships are available. (Please See Flier)For more info., please contactMoshe Waren at860-490-6816 
 
YIWH GARAGE SALEYIWH is planning to have a garage sale sometime in thespring/early summer. Barbara and Michael Snyder havegraciously agreed to host this event on their front lawn.Start setting aside your stuff for the sale.More information forthcoming.
"PURIM
IN THE SHTETL" PURIM SEUDAHEntertainment by Barynya (Russian dance and musicgroup), face painting, costume contest, prizes and moreThursday March 8th @ Agudas Achim4:30 PM Megilla reading, 5:00PM Purim mealPrepay rates $20adult, $15student, $10child, $60familyRSVP to Chabad House860-232-1116 
 
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BUY SCRIP! BUY SCRIP! SODA BOTTLE COLLECTION
SHOP RITE, BIG Y, CROWN & STOP & SHOP Eliza Katz is collecting bottles, cans, and glassBuy Scrip then use it like cash! to raise money for the Rabbi’s Fund.Let's support our
Shul
by buying scrip! Please bring empties to: 24 Miamis Road;Every dollar counts! 860-680-9847When you shop at any of these supermarkets, youcan use their scrip to buy many other stores’ scrip!Contact: Judith Hessing at 860-233-6042;18 Grenhart Street
YIWH GEMS & JEWELS GALA DINNERThe Dinner Committee is working very hard on this year’s Gems and Jewels Gala Dinner, honoringTsion and Anita Cohen and Steven and Debra Luger. By now you should have received your invitation andwe hope you plan to attend the dinner and support our Scroll of Honor.Part of the evening’s festivities will be a Silent Auction. We have several items ready for auction butare looking for more. Please consider what you do for a living and the service providers you use on a regu-lar basis. A donation of an item or a gift certificate would be tremendously helpful.The YIWH Solicitation Committee is diligently working with potential donors for the Scroll ofHonor. We have attached the merchant solicitation letter and request that everyone ask family members(many of whom come to YIWH as guests during the course of a year) and companies they do business within helping us reach our fundraising goal.In addition to a fun, and special night honoring the Cohens and the Lugers, we desperately need toraise significant funds to continue to maintain and grow our shul. In these tough economic times, we un-derstand that not everyone is in the financial position to contribute as generously as they may want to, orhave in the past. To that end, volunteering is another great way to give back! The Dinner Committee islooking for additional people to assist in making this fundraiser a huge success. We are specifically lookingfor volunteers to help us run the silent auction, another way we can bring in much - needed money. Noone person can do this alone. If we all work together we can make this event a huge success. Please take amoment to seriously consider giving some of your time to the one institution that gives back to you everyday. You may contact Harriet Rosenblit, Fran Wittenberg, or Shayne Kesler if you would like to help.Thank you,YIWH Fundraising Dinner Committee
 
Dvar Continued from page 1I have never found any easy answers to the questions above. They are apparently part of the mys-teries of Torah itself, part of the holiness that is beyond our rational understanding and appreciation. But,certainly, there are lessons - important life lessons that can be learned from the Torah’s emphasis on thedescription of the mishkan/tabernacle.One lesson in life is that the devil is in the details. Everyone agrees that to build a holy sanctuary is anoble and necessary task for humans to undertake. But, the details of how to go about doing it and what itis supposed to look like when built are always fraught with disagreement and sometimes even disillusion.The Torah, therefore, gave us a specific outline as to how it should be built and how it should appear. TheTorah, through its mitzvoth and values, does the same for our daily physical and spiritual lives – our veryexistence.A second lesson is that humans build the house of God, so to speak, and not God Himself. God maynot need the mishkan/tabernacle but humans do need such a place in a tangible, real form. Our earthly na-ture demands such a physical presence. This is especially true regarding Judaism, which allows for nophysical representation of God in any way. Our construction of the mishkan/tabernacle is our way of at-tempting, so to speak, to reach God and connect with the ineffable and eternal. In dealing with the mish-kan/tabernacle, we are really dealing with our own immortality and innate connection to the Creator.Shabbat shalom Rabbi Berel Wein

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