Welcome to Young Israel of Brighton Beach synagogue in Brighton Beach Brooklyn, NY

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Rabbi Efraim Zaltzman 11


Welcome to Young Israel of Brighton Beach – the oldest synagogue in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY

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Luach, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Succos, Shmini Atzeres and Simchas torah 5781 / 2020
Please note! Wearing masks and social distancing are mandatory in the Synagogue. Also there are hand sanitizers dispensers available
Fri., Sep. 18 – Erev Rosh Hashanah Light candles 6:40 pm. Recite L’hadlik ner shel Shabbos v’shel Yom Tov and Shehechionu
Minchah 6:50 pm
Maariv 7:40 pm
Shabbos, Sept., 19 1st day Rosh Hashanah
Shacharis 8:45 am (due to Covid, we will try to shorten the time in the Synagogue. Therefore, We ask the congregants to pray at home till Baruch Sheamar, and we will therefore begin in the Synagogue 8:45 at Baruch Sheamar)
Minchah 6:25pm
Maariv 7:40pm. Attention Women! Remember to Say Baruch hamavdil bein kodesh l’kodesh, Light candles and do all preparations after 7:42 – L’hadlik ner shel Yom Tov and Shehechionu. Special Kiddush called “YaKNaHaZ”
Sun., Sept.,20 2nd day Rosh Hashanah
Shacharis 8:45 am ( Due to Covid, we will try to be in the Synagogue for a shorter period then usual, Therefore we ask the congregants to please pray till Baruch Se-amar at home. Minyan will begin at Baruch She-amar at 8:45)
SHOFAR 10:00 AM. Second shofar blowing in the parking lot 6pm IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR ALL TO HEAR THE SHOFAR.
Remember to do Tashlich
Minchah :6:35 pm. Yom Tov ends 7:40pm
Mon. Sept. 21 – Tzom Gedalya- fast begins 5:30 am.
Shacharis 7:10 am. Fast ends 7:27pm
YOM KIPPUR Sun. Sep. 27 -Erev Yom Kippur.
Minchah 3:00 pm Light Candles 6:25 pm– L’hadlik ner shel Yom Hakkipurim and Shehechionu
Kol Nidrei 6:35 pm Mon. Sep 28
Yom Kippur day – Shacharis 8:45 am. Please say Brachos etc. till Baruch She – amar at home. We will begin at Baruch She-amar in the Synagogue – Yizkor 11:30 am.
Minchah to be announced
Fast and Yom Kippur ends 7:27 pm
SUCCOS
Fri., Oct. 2 – Erev Succos Light candles 6:17 pm – L’hadlik ner shel Shabbos V’shel Yom Tov and Shehechionu.
Minchah – 6:25pm
Maariv (Kiddush after ) 7:18 pm
Shabbos, Oct. 3rd – First day Yom Tov, Shacharis 9:00 am
Minchah 6:00 pm
Maariv 7:16pm. Attention Women! Remember to say Baruch hamavdil bein kodesh l’kodesh, Light candles and do all preparations after 7:18 pm
Sun. Oct. 4th , Second day Yom Tov, Shacharis 9:00 am
Minchah 6:20 pm. Yom Tov ends 7:17 pm.
Regarding Shacharis Minyan during Chol Hamoed, If we will have enough commitments, we will have Minyan. Otherwise, just Monday and Thursday.
SHMINI ATZERS
Friday Oct. 9th Hoshaanah Rabbah – Shacharis, pending commitments.
Light Candles 6:06pm– L’hadlik ner shel Shabbos V’shel yom tov and shehechionu Minchah 6:15 pm – Maariv to be announced.
Shabbos Oct. 10th – Shmini Atzeres – Shacharis 9:00 am. Yizkor 10:00 am
Minchah 5:50 pm
Attention women. Remember to say Baruch Hamavdil bein kodesh L’kodesh, Light candles and do all preparations after 7:07 pm L’hadlik ner shel yom tov and Shehechionu. Maariv – 7:05 pm, followed by small, short Kiddush, followed by Hakafos.
Please adhere to the Covid related rules!
Sun. Oct.11th Simchas Torah – Shacharis 9:30 am
Minchah 6:10 pm. Yom Tov ends 7:06
Have a good, healthy and sweet year !!! V’yaakov holach L’darko
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