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The Beth Jacob V’Anshei Drildz Congregation

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Friday 2 of Tamuz 5782 / July 1, 2022

Shabbat Shalom Candle Lighting: 8:44PM

Saturday 3 of Tamuz 5782 / July 2, 2022


Torah Reading: Korach ,
Haftara: Shmuel 11:14 – 12:22

Pirkei Avot: Perek 4  


Havdalah 9:56PMShavuah Tov

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Shabbat Children’s Program

Shabbat Shalom 9:00AM – 11:00AM

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The Shabbat Kiddush

Shabbat Shalom

The Congregational Shabbat Kiddush
in the Silverstein Hall
is sponsored by anonymous donors
in honour of the Yartzeit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,.

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Shabbat Classes with Rabbi Lawrence

Women’s Pirkei Avot class at 5:30PM.
Mens’ Parsha Class 7:55PM

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Seudah Shlishit

Shabbat Shalom


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The Lubavitcher Rebbe: His Legacy
In 1941 the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin arrived in the United States, marking the launching of new efforts in bolstering and disseminating
Torah, Judaism and Chassidic teachings.


Shortly after his arrival, the Rebbe began publishing on a wide range of various Chassidic as well as Torah subjects.


In 1950, he ascended to the leadership of the Lubavitch movement and Lubavitch institutions and activities took on new dimensions. The
Rebbe understood that our every action is part of a bigger picture.


Every good deed we do brings humanity closer to the ultimate goal, the era of cosmic perfection and universal awareness of G-d. The
Rebbe spoke tirelessly about this time and how every person can actualize it by increasing in acts of goodness and kindness.


He synthesized deep insight into the present needs of the Jewish people with a breadth of vision for its future.

From the moment the Rebbe arrived in America in 1941, he addressed himself to the following ideal: He would not acknowledge division or separation.

Every Jew, indeed every human being, has a unique role to play in the greater scheme of things and is an integral part of the tapestry of G-d’s creation.

For nearly five decades, the Rebbe’s goal was to reach out to every corner of the world with no
sector of the community being excluded.

He perceived the wealth of potential in each person, boosting self-perception, igniting
awareness of that hidden wealth and motivating a desire to fulfill that potential. The message is: “You are Divinely gifted with enormous strength and energy — actualize it!”


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