Young Beth Jacob!

Morning
Groups Begin @ 10:30am, Parents please tend to your children beforehand
Youth Morning Groups Tots: Below 1st Grade with Morahs Faye & Shayna Group 2: Active and Educational Programs with our Middle School Helpers Junior Cong: The Classic— Reborn with Mr. Weiser

Afternoon
Groups with the Weisers -5:35pm

Note: The Shabbos Torah 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.

Shabbat Ki Tavo August 28 , 2010 g"a, kuktc j"h tuc, hf ,arp, Parshat Ki Tavo, pg. 1068 Haftorah pg. 1201

Teen Morning Groups Pre-Teen Girls: Torah Learning w/Bobbe Reitman Tweeners Groups Shalosh Seudos in classroom B

1st & 2nd Aliyot: The Parsha begins with the Mitzvot of the first fruits and the completion of the Tithing cycles. Both are accompanied by special declarations of Hashem’s mastery over the land, and man’s responsibility to keep the commandments of Hashem. 4th & 5th Aliyot: Moshe presents a statement of allegiance between Hashem and His People. We are to keep the Torah and Hashem guarantees us praise, fame and glory as the “highest of all the nations”. (26:19) Upon crossing the Yarden, the Nation will publicly declare its acceptance of Hashem’s covenant by: inscribing the Torah upon twelve stones; erecting them as a monument; and the ceremony of blessings and curses that is to take place between the opposing mountains, Grizim and Ayval.

Book Club Seri es for Women !! Next Meeting: 9/27 Volunteer Com puter Tutors Needed at the College Avenue Cyber Café September Hou rs: Mon, Sept 13, 20 & 27: 9:30–11:30am T & F, Sept 3 7 14 17 21&28:12:30 – 2:30

Dinner, Tweeners hnahter and a mis thea 29th, day, August Sun . Pizza, ges 11 - 14 A ishnayot. lm, and m fi 8:30pm in from 6 r. Youth Cente

6th Aliya: Commonly known as the Tochacha the admonitions and punishments. It describes the consequences that will befall the Jewish people if they ignore Hashem’s Torah and his providence. The custom is for the Reader to read this Aliya more quickly and quietly than the rest of the Parsha. 7th Aliya: The Parsha concludes with the beginning of Moshe’s final discourse. He starts by recounting the miraculous nature of the past 40 years and its clear indication of Hashem’s ever present protection, past and future.

Get Excited!
Girls and Boys Mishmar-Wednesday @ 6:45-8:00pm-Begins Oct. 6 Bloomberry Pancakes - Sundays at 8:50am-9:20am- Back & Bigger Tweeners Dinner, theater and a mishnah-Sunday, August 29th, Ages 11 - 14. Pizza, film, and mishnayot. from 6 - 8:30pm in Youth Center. Contact Mr. Weiser for details on Youth 619.933.6740

Haftorah Ki Savo Isaiah 60:1-22
This week’s Haftorah of Consolation refocuses us on the messianic vision of a nation and world united behind a single goal and purpose.

“Lift up your eyes round about... they are all gathered together... (60:4) Your gates will be continually open... so that men may bring to you the wealth of nations, with their kings led in procession. (60:11) Violence will no longer be heard in your land... but you will call your walls Salvation and your gates Praise”. (60:18) As in the times of Yishayuhu, we too are in need of consolation. “Your people will all be righteous; they will possess the land forever... (60:21) May we soon be comforted!

Mincha...…….........................6:45pm Candlelighting.........…………… 7:01pm Shacharis Beis Midrash...........7:45am Daf Yomi................................7:45am Shacharis Main Shul ......... .... . 8:45am Latest Shema...... ....................9:35am Ladies Class............................5:30pm Youth Groups..........................5:35pm Open Beit Midrash................5:30pm

Shabbos

Schedule

Rabbi’s Class.........................,...6:00pm Mincha...................................6:45pm Shabbos Ends.......................8:00pm Candlelighting Next Week...6:52pm

Weekday

Sunday Shacharis……..........…8:00am Mon-Fri Shacharis 6:20 & 7:15am Sun-Thu Mincha/Maariv………6:55pm Late Maariv..............................9:15pm

Schedule

TEEN FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER
September 3rd @ The Bogopulsky home. RSVP: Rabbi@bjsd.org For Boys & Girls in grades 9-12 Lulav & Esrog orders are being taking now in the office. Bamboo Mats Sechach orders are available now. FMI contact the office.

Our community offers a wide range of learning opportunities, from Classes, to One-on-One Learning, to Guided Learning. Every night from 8:00pm-9:15pm there are programs followed by Maariv. Daf Yomi: Mon-Fri at 6:15 am, Sunday at 7:00 am, Shabbos at 7:45 am

Learning In Your Community...
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CLASSES
Mr. Weiser What’s on Weiser’s mind? call him to find out: 619.550.5954 Open Beis Midrash Sunday after Shacharis&Monday-Thursday 8:15pm-9:15pm Beis Midrash Learning: Bagel and cream cheese, fresh brewed coffee every Sunday @ 8:45am. Come and get a chavrusa and study.

Welcome!
To all guests and visitors here for Shabbos, please feel free to ask us if you need anything.

Beth Jacob Sign up for the Sukkot Dinner on Wednesday, September 22nd.

Monday
Prophets W/Rabbi Marks 7:45-8:30pm Jewish Thought W/Ariella Adatto on hiatus

Tuesday
Basic Judaism W/ The Rabbi 7:45-8:30pm Talmud W/ The Rabbi 8:30-9:15pm

Wednesday
Tastes of Talmud W/ Rabbi Adatto on hiatus

Thursday
Parsha W/ The Rabbi 7:45-8:30pm Talmud W/ The Rabbi 8:30-9:15pm

Thank You!
The Shul members sponsoring Kiddush. for

This Week!

LUNCH N’ LEARN-August 31st, 1:00pm @ Raphael’s Party Rentals, 8606 Miramar Rd. 858 Joseph Adler for sponsoring 689-7368 R.S.V.P. Shul office. Seuda Shlishit IHO Bill Stern

Rabbi’s Afternoon Class: “Holocaust and Halacha”

Teshuva Series!!!
Sundays @ 9:00 August 29 & September 5 Second Class:

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