Today is Thursday, July 31, 2014

Family Incentive Program

Welcome to the Young Israel of Long Beach!
120 Long Beach Boulevard
Long Beach, NY 11561
516.431.2404
1-855-MOV-YILB

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Shul News

MAZAL TOV
To Elliot & Frada Pasik upon the birth and bris of their grandson.

To Chaim & Alysa Knopf upon the bris & birth of a son.

To Donald & Esther Press upon the forthcoming Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Rafi, son of Elliot & Nomi Press.

 
To Joseph & Esther langer upon wedding of their son
Shimon Yehuda to Ilana Shoshana.

To Andre & Elaine langer upon the  wedding of their grandson Shimon Yehuda to Ilana Shoshana.

To Orin & Chani Wertheimer upon the bith of a daughter Aliza Yaffa.

To David & Penina Gross upon the birth of a granddaughter Aliza Yaffa.

To Mel & Sharon Gross upon the birth of a great-granddaughter Aliza Yaffa.
 
To Nancy Soffer upon the birth of a grandson to her children Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Soffer
 
 
 To Rabbi Moshe & Ruchel Gross upon the marriage of their daughter Miriam to Meir Sommer
 
To Benjy & Sima Krischer upon the marriage of their son, Moshe to Dahlia Eve Niman.

To Saul & Carol Gold upon the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson Binyamin, son of Rafi & Esther
Gold which will take place in Baltimore on Shabbos Parshas Bechkosi.

To Michael & Miriam Burr upon the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson Shmuel, son of
Rabbi Yonah & Chaya Rayzel Burr in Ottawa, Canada.

To Dr. Bert & Gloria Pariser upon the engagement of Bert’s daughter, Amanda (Leah) to
Daniel Falk.

REFUAH SHLAIMA
To William Kantrowitz who is at the Grandel Rehabilitation Center
 
 To Harold Greenberg who is recuperating at home would appreciate calls at (516) 889-4690.

To Rachel Edinger who would appreciate calls at (347) 445-0741 and visitors..

 
 Condolences:

To Clarice Brand upon the P'tirah of her sister Shiva will be observed at 116 National B'lvd from Sunday through Friday July 18th .

To Joan Klapper upon the P'tirah of her mother A"H. Shiva will be observed at 10 Franklin B'lvd. Apt 304 from Sunday through Friday July 18th .

 
 


 
 


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Events at YI of Long Beach

THIS SUNDAY - MINI KOLLEL I
(three part series)
SHACHARIS 8:00 AM
COMPLEMENTARY BREAKFAST 8:40 AM
SHIUR - WAITING SIX HOURS
RABBI DANIEL KEILSON, ROSH KOLLEL

SPECIAL EVENTS

 
MAZAL TOV SHECHYANU V'KEYAMANU

Beginning this Shabbos

SHUL TIME - FUN TIME
Children 2 to 5  10:30 AM to 11:15 AM
Supervised by Morah Diana - MA Early Childhood
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Thank you

David Feldman & Family

for the renovation & furnishing of our youth lounge
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Dr. David & Leya Diamond

Stuart & Ilana Austin

for designing, overseeing & implementing

the construction of the playground, removal of bushes, constructing the fencing, gardening
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Tamara Osyatinsky
for planting our front entry flower garden


Come visit our newly installed Playground in full operation this Shabbos

Shiurim

 
Monday Evenings 8:00 PM
Rabbi Axelrod - Shmuel I (Men & Women) 
 
Tuesday Evenings 8:00 PM
Parshas HaShavua
Home of Nelson & Tara Spiess
209 Riverside Blvd.

  
Wednesday Evenings 8:00 PM
Talmud -Advanced
Rabbi Moshe Brown
   
Thursday Evenings 8:00 PM
Talmud - Babba Kama
Rabbi Wakslak 

Newsletter

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Weekday Davening Times

JULY 20 - 25
SHACHARIS
SUN: 7:00  & 8:00  am
Mon & Thurs: 6:20 & 7:00 am
Tues, Wed & Fri: 6:30 & 7:00 am

Third Minyan - Daily at 8:30 am
 
MINCHA
Sun - Thurs: 8:10 pm
 
 
If you are out of the New York area and would like to find a minyan,  click here
 

Shabbos Davening Times

SHABBOS PARSHAS MASSEI
Earliest time for candle lighting: 6:45pm
Candle Lighting: 7:58 pm
Early Mincha: 7:00 pm
Mincha: 8:08 pm
 
Shabbos Morning 
Daf/Mishna Berura: 7:00/8:30 am
Shacharis: 7:30 & 8:45 am
 
Deluxe Kiddush
 
Pirkei Avos: 5:15 pm
Shabbos Afternoon Lecture Series
6:00 pm
Shiur: 7:00 pm
Mincha: 7:45 pm 
 
Ma'ariv: 9:04 pm
 
 
The Eruv must be checked weekly.
Call Erev Shabbos/Yom Tov
1-855-MOV-YILB (668-9452)
Dial 800
 
(If you think there is a mistake
in the schedule, please e-mail
cwakslak @att.net)
 
 

YILB News

 
LAWS OF THE THREE WEEKS
 
The twenty-one days between Tammuz 17 and T'ishah B'Av 
are called "Yemei Bein Hametzorim" (Days of Difficult
Straits), as described in the Book of Lamentations(1:3) "..all
her persecutors overtook her between the straits".
Historically this period has seen numerous catastrophes that
have befallen the Jewish people. We therefore limit all
forms of rejoicing, and mourn the destruction of the First
and Second Holy Temples. The intensity of mourning practices
steadily increases from the Fast of 17 Tammuz to reach
its peak on Tish'ah B'Av itself.

*Although it is customary not to hold weddings during the
Three Weeks, engagement celebrations (tenoyim)
are permitted. Dancing and music, however, are forbidden
during this time.

*It is customary not to say the blessing Shehecheyonu during the Three Weeks. However, during those events that are fixed in time (such as a bris or pidyon haben), it is recited. On Shabbos (except for ShabbosChazon), it is permitted to say Shehecheyonu.

*Because of themany major tragedies that occurred in this period we areespecially careful of entering into situations that may resultin bodily harm.

*It is forbidden to take a haircut or trim the beard during the Three Weeks.

LAWS OF THE NINE DAYS
 
*With Rosh Chodesh Av, the more intense period of mourning for 
the destruction of the Beit HaMikdash, known as The Nine Days,
begins.

*Concerning the conduct of business, it is generally agreed that in today's economy, the factors of financial loss -rent, salaries, utilities, etc. - would permit business as usual during the Nine Days.

*One should not buy new clothes during the Nine Days, even if
She'he'che'yanu is not involved, and even if one will not wear the
clothes until after Tish'a b'Av. Simple sneakers for Tish'a b'Av
is an exception to this rule. Simple sneakers!

*Hair cutting and shaving are prohibited. Even those who shave
during the Three Weeks should avoid shaving during the Nine
Days.One may cut fingernails during the Nine Days.

*Weddings and other festive gatherings are prohibited.

*One should not play or listen to music.

*Pleasurable bathing is prohibited. Many apply this prohibition to
regular bathing as well. One who showers during the Nine Days
for hygienic purposes, should use cooler water than usual, bathe
less frequently, take less time, and avoid washing the whole body
at one time. Most authorities permit bathing as usual on the
Fridays of the Nine Days.

*Meat and wine are prohibited during the Nine Days, except on
Shabbat. Meat and wine are associated both with joy and with
Temple service. Both reasons combine to explain this prohibition.

*Even though havdala is officially after Shabbat, one is permitted to drink wine. It is preferable to give the wine to a child who is old enough to understand brachot but not yet old enough tounderstand the concept of "mourning for Jerusalem". Alternately, some authorities recommend the use of a substitute beverage for havdala such as fruit juice, beer, etc. Other authorities insist on wine as usual.

*It is the practice not to wear freshly laundered clothing during
the Nine Days. Undergarments, for health reasons, are generally
not included in this ruling. One can "prepare" several changes of
clothing before Rosh Chodesh by wearing them briefly. One may
dress for Shabbat without the above restriction.

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