|In This Issue
January 18, 2019
Candle Lighting 4:28pm
Saturday, January 19,
Sunday, January 20, 2019
Young Israel of West Rogers Park
2706 W. Touhy Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60645
Rabbi Elisha Prero
Joel Malkin, President
Israel of West Rogers Park wishes members and friends a
biShvat, the new year of trees, will be marked on
Sunday night and Monday (January 20-21 / 15 Shevat). For
more information about the day, see https://www.ou.org/holidays/category/tu-bshevat/.
Simchas and Events
Mazal tov to Jeff
& Sally Sweet on the birth of a
granddaughter born to Aaron & Aliza Fox.
Thank you to:
- Miriam Prero, for preparing her award-winning cholent
- Those who help prepare the shul for Shabbat and set up or
clean up for Kiddushim and Seudah Shelishit
- Those who help lead our tefillot
- Our Kiddush Shoppers team, Ethel Fenig, Robbin Katzin, Ari
Madoff, Joel Malkin, and Hillorie Morrison
- Rabbi Asher Dordek will read Torah
- Rabbi Prero will give the derasha
At this time of heightened concern about the safety of Jews
throughout the country, Young Israel of West Rogers Park has
introduced a locked-door policy, which went into effect following
the massacre in Pittsburgh. The Shul will make every effort to
position a volunteer by the front door to safely welcome friends
and members to our davening, classes, meetings, and other
programs. If you come to Shul at one of these times and see
that a greeter is not present, please knock for entry.
Thanks for your understanding.
|If you would like
to sponsor a Kiddush, Seudah Shelishit, or other shul
program, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Unless otherwise specified, shiurim and classes
take place in the Arthur & Sally Dordek Library at Young
Israel. All are welcome to participate in any of the shiurim.
- The Navi (Prophets)
shiur, which is currently learning the book of
Shoftim/Judges, will meet on Wednesday evening at 8:30pm.
All are welcome. Learning is dedicated to the memory of
Dr. Richard Chasman, ז”ל. For more information, please
speak with Robbin Katzin.
There is an
AA meeting at YIWRP every Tuesday from
7:30-8:30pm. it is a beginners meeting and open to those
interested in recovering from alcoholism.
Mitzion Kollel - For information about
programs offered by our important Torah learning partner,
please visit their website at www.chicagotorah.org or email email@example.com
- Don't forget to check the status of the West Rogers Park
eruv before every Shabbat. (773) 743-7882.
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