Shule Times: Regular Services

Friday Night (Erev Shabbat)

Beit Aharon’ Friday night service includes Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat. The service is held 10 minutes after Candle Lighting. Please see our Facebook page for up-to-date Shabbat times.

Shabbat Day

Our Shabbat program begins at 9.00am with a Shiur by Rabbi Sholem Blesofsky
Prayers commence with Shacharit 9:30 am.

After the conclusion of the service everyone is invited to join us for a Kiddush (which generally includes a vegetarian cholent made by our dedicated Rabbi, Shamir Caplan.

Two hours before the end of Shabbat, we have Gary’s 45 minute Gemara shiur. This is immediately followed by Mincha, Seudah Shlishit (the 3rd meal) and Maariv.  All welcome!

Children’s Program

Beit Aharon is excited to announce a collaboration with UJEB in the design and running of our children’s program.

Over the Yomim Noraim we will be running the following programs:

  Age Group Theme Time
Yom Kippur    4-7 years  Actions & Consequences 1100-12.15pm
Yom Kippur  7-10 years  Actions & Consequence 12.30-1.45pm
Yom Kippur  11+  Actions & Consequence 12.30-1.45pm

Children’s Programs will be run during Succoth  – details of the programs will be posted shortly.

The regular Shabbat program will be run at 11am weekly.

 

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