Shabbat Announcements - Tot shabbat this week!

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Book Motzkin, Julia

May 17, 2024, 10:05:03 AMMay 17
Shabbat Announcements
Parashat Emor
May 17-18, 2024  |  10 Iyar, 5784

Please make an effort to come to davening this week, as many are out of town and we have several people saying kaddish.
Shabbat shalom!
Shabbat Times
Plag: 6:30pm
Mincha: 7:30pm note later time
Candle lighting: 7:43pm
Omer (after 8:45pm): 25

Shacharit: 9am
Latest Shema: 9am
Latest Tefillah: 10:14am
Mincha: 7:30pm
Maariv/Havdalah: 8:46pm
Omer: 26
The community's cholim list can be found here.

Kiddush and Se'udah Shelishit are sponsored by the shabbat fund.
If you're interested in sponsoring in the future, please contact Adina (kiddush) or Catherine (seudah shlishit).

Tot Shabbat will be held this week! Thanks to Miriam Renz for facilitating.

Support the Eruv and its repair! Our community benefits tremendously from the North Charles Eruv, which relies on the generosity of members of the local Jewish community. Everyone who uses the eruv is encouraged to become a member by donating time or money. See for more information.

Please familiarize yourself with Harvard Hillel's exits in case of emergency. In addition to the main staircase, there are exits through the door behind the men's section and through the door to the left of the elevator.

The ZA'AKAH Peer-Support Hotline is available as a resource to our community for those who feel they need to talk to someone on Shabbat. It is not a substitute for professional crisis intervention. Call, text, or WhatsApp 1-888-4-ZAAKAH (1-888-492-2524).

Learning Opportunities
Discussion of Aharon Lictenstein’s Values in Halakha: Six Case Studies (current topic), Monday evenings at 8:30pm. For more information or to request the Zoom link, please contact Mike or Yona.

Write for the CanTab! We are looking for divrei Torah from members of our community for our weekly parsha newsletter. Sign up here, or contact Yona or Mike for more information.

We are looking for more shiurim! If you are interested in teaching (whether once or regularly), please reach out to Yona and Mike.

Weekday Minyan Times
(Services are held only if the status is listed as "ON" on the signup sheet)

Sunday: 8:30am
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday: 7:25am
Monday/Thursday: 7:15am 

Over the summer, Mincha/Maariv will meet on a case-by-case basis at Harvard Chabad.
Check the signup sheet for more information.

Julia Motzkin

May 17, 2024, 11:20:45 AMMay 17
Happy CanTab Reading!
CanTab Emor.pdf

Julia Motzkin

May 17, 2024, 11:24:26 AMMay 17
The times had not yet been updated in the previous cantab - please see this edition for correct times.
CanTab Emor.pdf
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