Regular Learning Opportunities

Beit Aharon has a number of regular shiurim to which all are cordially invited:

Friday night: Rabbi Caplan delivers a d’var Torah during the service welcoming in the Shabbat

Shabbat: 9am Rabbi Blesofsky gives a Tefillah shiur (prayer lesson) before services

Shabbat: Rabbi Caplan delivers a drasha (sermon) on  Shabbat morning between Shacharit & Musaf

Shabbat: Rabbi Caplan delivers a mini-shiur during Seudah Shlishit (currently, we are learning Pirkei Avot, Ethics of our Fathers).

Shabbat: Gary Schmidt gives a 45-minute Talmud class two hours before the conclusion of Shabbat.

Wednesday night 8pm: Rabbi Meir Rabi’s  shiur is currently studying Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ Essays on Ethics: A Weekly Reading of the Jewish Bible

Upcoming Events

The Shabbat Project is a global, grassroots movement that brings Jews from across the world together around our shared heritage of Shabbat. The initiative was introduced in South Africa in 2013 to astonishing effect. Since this time, the event has been celebrated world-wide and Jews have been brought together in unprecedented ways. Beit Aharon has great plans in mind for the weekend of the Shabbat Project.

Save the date: 27/28 October 2017

Shule Times: Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur 5778

Erev Rosh Hashanah – Wednesday Night 20th September

Make Eruv Tavshilin
Candle lighting

5:56 pm

Mincha / Maariv

6:05 pm

 

Rosh Hashana 1st day  – Thursday 21st  September

Shacharit

8:30 am

Children’s Program

10:30

Drasha (sermon) approx

10:45 am

Tekiat shofar approx.

11:00 am

  Tashlich – from this afternoon
Mincha

6:10 pm

Candle lighting not before /Maariv

6:55 pm

Rosh Hashana 2nd day  – Friday 22 September 

Shacharit

8:30 am

Children’s Program

10:30

Drasha approx

10:45 am

Tekiat shofar approx

11:00 am

Candle lighting

5:58 pm

Mincha

6:10 pm

Maariv

6:25 pm

Shabbat Shuvah  – Saturday 23 September

Shacharit

9:30

Children’s Service

10:30

Gemara Shiur

4:55 pm

Mincha

5:40 pm

Maariv/Shabbat Ends

6:57 pm

Erev Yom Kippur –  Friday 29 September

Kaporot / Mincha

3:00 pm

Candle lighting (Candle lighting facilities at shul)

6:04 pm

Fast begins

6:04 pm

Kol Nidrei & Maariv

6:10 pm

Yom Kippur        –   Saturday 30th September

Shacharit

8:30 am

Children’s Program

10:30 am

Drasha approx

11:45 am

Yizkor approx

12:00 pm

Mincha

4:00 pm

Drasha

5:30 pm

Neilah

5:45 pm

Maariv / Fast ends

7:03 pm

Erev Succot – Wednesday 4th October  – NB: Clocks Change!

Make Eruv Tavshilin
Candle lighting

7:08 pm

Mincha / Maariv

  6:30 pm