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Young Beth Jacob!

Morning
Groups Begin @ 10:30am, Parents please tend to your children beforehand

Rabbi Avram Bogopulsky Shabbat Vaera, January 21, 2012 c"ga, ,cyc U"F Parshat Vaera, pg. 318 Haftorah pg. 1149

President Rand Levin

Rabbi Blooms Class: OFF

Afternoon
Groups with the Weisers on Shabbos Afternoon-3:30pm

Note: Shabbat 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.

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

Teen Morning Groups Pre-Teen Girls: Torah Learning w/Bobbe Reitman -10:30am-OFF Tweeners Groups Shalosh Seudos in classroom B

1st Aliya: The year is 2448 and Moshe had unsuccessfully confronted Pharaoh. The situation had gotten worse, not better, and Hashem (G-d) reassured Moshe that in fact the redemption was about to begin. The 4 statements of redemption are stated for which we have the 4 cups of wine at the Passover Seder. 2nd & 3rd Aliyot: Moshes Yichus (lineage) is established. He is 80 years old and Aharon is 83. 4th Aliya: Moshe performed the miracle of the staff turning to a serpent and performed the first and second plagues. 5th Aliya: Moshe performed the third plague and forewarned Pharaoh about the fourth. 6th Aliya: The fourth, fifth, and sixth plagues were performed, and Moshe forewarned Pharaoh regarding the seventh. 7th Aliya: The seventh plague was performed and Pharaoh hardens his heart and refused to let the Jews go.

1:00-5:00pm, 1s t-8th graders

Sea World Trip Sunday, Janua ry 22

Training! dical Clown Me , Sun, Jan 29 First Class: he Shul 5:30pm @ T

Get Excited!
Girls and Boys Mishmar-Wednesday @ 6:15-7:30pm-This week: off Bloomberry Pancakes-Sundays at 8:50-9:20am- Back & Bigger Child/Parent Learning-Saturday Night 7:00-8:00pm Girls Night Out-every other week, ages 13-18, Friday night, 8:159:00pm at the home of Yisroel & Malka Weiser. Contact Mr. Weiser for details on Youth 619.933.6740

Haftorah Vaera Yechezkel 28:25


The theme of the Exodus is the Jew

and the Egyptian recognizing G-ds absolute mastery over all things. The nature of a slave / master relationship is for the slave to be dependent on the master and the master to feel a proprietorship over the slave. At the time of the Exodus, Pharoah had to be humbled, the Jews had to be freed of their dependency upon Egypt, and the Jews would have to direct their fealty to G-d, and G-d alone. Egypt retained her position as a major world power into the era of the first Bais Hamikdash (Temple). It would be Babylon that would humble Egypt and strip her of her position as a major international power. Yechezkel, the Navi, prophesied the downfall of Egypt around the year 3332 - 429 b.c.e. He compared Egypt to a great sea monster that dominated the sea. The fisherman caught the sea monster along with all the other fish that clung to the defeated monster, and dragged them into the wilderness to rot and become food for the beasts of the field and the birds of the sky. So too, the same would happen to Egypt and the Bnai Yisroel who had formed an unholy alliance with Egypt against the might of Babylon.

Welcome!
To all guests and visitors here for Shabbat.

Coming Up!!!

Wine & Women-SCY High fundraising event, every last Wednesday of the month Mayer Mandelbaum, Paula @ 7:30pm. FMI go to info@ Katz, Rabbi & Mrs. Hirsch, snow thewineencounter.com or call birds from Detroit and Rabbi 619-543-9463 Rubinstein & family. Sunday, January 22, SCY High Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Mally Event, Building Bridges for Tomorrow, for 7th & 8th grades. SCH High mini Shabbaton. 1:45pm @ the Shul.

Candlelighting.........................4:51pm Mincha..................................4:55pm Shacharis Beit Midrash.............7:45am Daf Yomi...................................7:45am Shacharis Main Shul.................8:45am Latest Shema...........................9:24am Youth Groups...........................3:30pm Rabbis Class............................3:45pm

Shabbat Schedule

Mincha.........................................4:35pm Shabbos Ends..............................5:52pm Candles Next Week.....................4:58pm

Sun Shacharis..............................8:00am Mon,Tue,Thur,Fri..................6:20/7:15am Wed Rosh Chodesh..............6:10/7:15am Sun-Thu Mincha/Maariv...............4:55pm Late Maariv...................................9:15pm

Weekly Schedule

Thank You!!!

Kiddush is sponsored by Susan & Irving Bernhardt IHO the birth of their new grandson Eitan Yehuda to Josh & Tamar in Detroit. Seuda Shlishit is sponsored by Joseph Adler IMO his father Mordechai ben Tzvi Aryeh on his Yartzheit. Daf Yomi Siyum.

Mazal Tov!!!
Happy Birthday Yedidiah Desmond, Perry Grossman.

Our community offers a wide range of learning opportunities. Daf Yomi: Mon-Fri at 6:15 am, Sunday at 7:00 am, Shabbos at 7:45 am Amud Yomi: Sun-Thur after Mincha Halacha Class:Sunday-Thursday with Rabbi Maik, 7:30-815pm Gemara Class:Sunday-Thursday with Yaakov Klein, 8:35-9:15pm Mr. Weiser Whats on Weisers 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.

Learning In Your Community

YOMI

Refuah Shleimah
| Doni Lepor | Beno Hirschbein | Goldie Masliah | Marcy Maisel | Jay Jaffe | Henry Delatoba | Marilyn Kahn | Ariel Lepor | Milton Kraft | | Thelma Radesky| Kitty Silverman |

Monday
Prophets W/Rabbi Marks 6:30-7:15pm Ladies Class w/L. Bogopulsky 8:00-9:00pm

Tuesday
Hebrew Reading w/ The Rabbi OFF Beginner Talmud w/Rabbi Marks 8:15-9:15pm

Wednesday
Ladies Class w/The Rabbi 1:30-2:15pm Tastes of Talmud w/Rabbi Adatto 8:00-9:00pm

Thursday
Parsha W/ The Rabbi 7:30-8:15pm Mishmar & Cholent 9:30-10:30pm

Lunch & Learn for Men & Women!!!


Tuesday, January 24, 12:30pm @ the Shul

Sponsor a Kiddush!!!
Open dates: January 28, February 11, 25

KosherWoman.com
A new publication for the busy Jewish Woman. Quick and easy to read!!

Mishmar & Cholent!!


9:30-10:30pm Come learn with Rabbi Adatto, Rabbi Bogopulsky or with a partner.

Annual Shalom Bayit Class January 28 @ 3:30pm Childcare will be provided

Rabbis Afternoon Class: Hypnosis, Magic & the Supernatural


@ 3:45pm

PJ Library Program!!!
Free, high-quality Jewish childrens literature mailed to families with kids ages 6 months to 8 years old. To
Enroll go to: www.pjlibrary.org

Annual Review Course in Family Purity for men/women Sunday, February 12.

Chessed Committee!
To give or receive Chessed please contact Phil Bloch

619-589-8920