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5778 High Holiday Schedule (2017)

5778 High Holiday Schedule (2017)

This year, we have three “three-day-Yontif” (Thursday-Friday-Shabbos – Rosh Hashanah/Sukkot/Shmini Atzeres) , when the Holiday begins on Wednesday evening, and goes straight into Shabbos, so this is a general reminder to have Yahrzeit candles for lighting the Sabbath candles. Also, we have to do ERUV TAVSHILIN, which allows us to cook on Yom-Tov for the Sabbath, and I will have one set for the entire community.

First night of Rosh Hashana (September 20th) Evening Services 6:30 PM
First Day of Rosh Hashana (September 21st) Morning Services 9:30 AM
Rosh Hashana (September 21st) Mincha and Tashlich 5:30 PM; Ma’ariv to follow.

Second Day of Rosh Hashana (September 22nd) Morning Services 9:30 AM
Second Day of Rosh Hashana – Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM

Candle lighting for Shabbat – no later than 7:24 (19:24)

Saturday Morning – Shabbat Shuva (September 23rd) – regular Shabbat Services – 9:30 AM

We will visit the cemetery on Sunday morning (September 24th) from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Candle Lighting for Yom Kippur is at 6:53 PM (18:53)

Yom Kippur (September 29th) Kol Nidrei 7:05 PM

Yom Kippur (September 30th) Morning Services 9:00 AM – including Yizkor

Yom Kippur (September 30th) Mincha Services 4:45 PM

Yom Kippur (September 30th) Ne’eelah Services 6:45 PM

The fast ends at 7:51 PM

Sukkot First Night (October 4th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Sukkot First Day (October 5th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Sukkot Second Night – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Sukkot Second Day (October 6th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Candle lighting for Shabbat – no later than 6:57 pm (18:57)

Shabbat ends at 6:37 pm (18:37)

Shmini Atzeres (October 11th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Shmini Atzeres (October 12th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM – including Yizkor

Simchas Torah (October 12th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Simchas Torah (October 13th) – Morning Services 9:30 AM

Candle lighting for Shabbat – no later than 6:44 pm (18:44)

Shabbat ends at 6:24 pm (18:24)

Wishing you all a very sweet, good, happy & healthy New Year, and may Hashem accept all of our prayers, Amen!

5777 High Holiday Schedule (2016)

The first night for Selichot will be Motzaei Shabbos (September 24th) at 10:00 PM

5777 High Holiday Schedule (2016)

First night of Rosh Hashana (October 2nd) Evening Services 6:30 PM
First Day of Rosh Hashana (October 3rd) Morning Services 9:30 AM
Rosh Hashana (October 3rd) Mincha and Tashlich 5:30 PM; Ma’ariv to follow.

Second Day of Rosh Hashana (October 4th) Morning Services 9:30 AM
Second Day of Rosh Hashana – Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM

We will visit the cemetery on Sunday morning (October 9th) from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Candle Lighting for Yom Kippur is at 6:29 PM (18:29)

Yom Kippur (October 11th) Kol Nidrei 6:45 PM

Yom Kippur (October 12th) Morning Services 9:00 AM – including Yizkor

Yom Kippur (October 12th) Mincha Services 4:30 PM

Yom Kippur (October 12th) Ne’eelah Services 6:30 PM

The fast ends at 7:27 PM

Sukkot First Night (October 16th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Sukkot First Day (October 17th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Sukkot Second Night – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Sukkot Second Day (October 18th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Shmini Atzeres (October 23rd) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:10 PM

Shmini Atzeres (October 24th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM – including Yizkor

Simchas Torah on Monday Night (October 25th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:10 PM

Simchas Torah – Tuesday (October 26th) – Morning Services 9:30 AM

Service Dates and Times for Passover

Service Dates and Times for Passover:

All Chametz must be eaten or sold by 11:04 AM on Friday (April 22nd) Morning

Friday (April 22nd) – First night of Passover – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM 

Saturday Shabbat (April 23rd) Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Saturday Shabbat (April 23rd) Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM – Candle Lighting time after 9:06 PM

Sunday (April 24th) Morning Services – 9:30

Please do not forget to do ERUV TAVSHILIN – setting aside two foods with a blessing to allow us to cook tomorrow for Shabbat, and to light the candles. I will do one general for the entire community, but it is always good to have one. Also, a Yahrzeit candle!

Thursday (April 28th) Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Friday (April 29th) – Seventh Day Of Passover – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Friday (April 29th) – Seventh Day Of Passover – Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM – Candle Lighting time before 8:15 PM

Saturday Shabbat (April 30th) – Last Day Of Passover – Morning Services – including YIZKOR – 9:30 AM

You may start eating Chametz after 9:32 pm on Saturday (April 30th) night

The times for Services during the High Holy Days,

The times for Services during the High Holy Days,

The first night for Selichot will be Motzaei Shabbos (September 5th) at 10:00 PM

5776 High Holiday Schedule (2015) First night of Rosh Hashana (September 13th) Evening Services 6:30 PM First Day of Rosh Hashana (September 14th) Morning Services 9:30 AM Rosh Hashana (September 14th) Mincha and Tashlich 5:30 PM Rosh Hashana Second Evening Services (approximately) 6:30 PM Second Day of Rosh Hashana (September 15th) Morning Services 9:30 AM Second Day of Rosh Hashana – Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM We will visit the cemetery on Sunday morning (September 20th) from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM Yom Kippur (September 22nd) Kol Nidrei 7:00 PM Yom Kippur (September 23rd) Morning Services 9:00 AM – including Yizkor Yom Kippur (September 23rd) Mincha Services 5:00 PM Yom Kippur (September 23rd ) Ne’eelah Services 6:30 PM The fast ends at 8:05 PM Sukkot (September 27th – October 6th), back to normal schedule – Evening Services 6:30 PM, Morning Services 9:30 AM Wishing you all a Very good, happy & healthy New Year, and may Hashem accept all of our prayers, Amen!

Chanukah 2014

Chanukah 2014

11Our Chanukah party held at the shul on the 6th night was well attended, with a large and tasty variety of Ayten, Shelly Ross and Marilyn’s doughnuts and canopies eaten to the festive songs of Michelle Buyko and Howard. Menorahs were lit and draidels were provided by Shandy and played with by the kids (both young and old). Thank you to all the other volunteers that made the evening such a success.

Chanukah Party

Happy-Chanukah

Please Join Us for Annual Chanukah Party

All are welcome, and refreshments will be provided.
We look forward to celebrating with you.

Volunteers needed morning of Dec.21st setup 11:00 am and clean up after the party.

Bring your menorah and candles for lighting

Sunday, December 21,2014 at 4:00-6:00pm
Sgoolai Israel Synagogue

RSVP on or before Dec. 18th to Shelley Stephens 457-2162 (leave a message)

Fredericton Community Barbecue
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A successful barbecue co-sponsored by the AJC (Atlantic Jewish Council) and CIJA (Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs) and hosted by Ayten and Marc Kranat, was held Sunday, Aug.17th. Organized by Marilyn Kaufman, Chair of the Atlantic CIJA Local Partnership Council and Ayten Kranat, Fredericton AJC representative, the event was well attended by local members of the Jewish community and invited guests.

Executive Director of the AJC, John Goldberg, and Atlantic Region Consultant for CIJA, Mark David, were on hand to meet the community.

The Honorable Keith Ashfield, MLA’s Carl Urquhart, Brian Macdonald and Craig Leonard were in attendance along with Richard Blaquiere, columnist with The Woodstock Bugle. People had the opportunity to meet and speak with their elected government representatives in an informal setting.

Thank you to the star chefs for the afternoon, Marc Kranat and Seymour Kaufman.

A BIG THANK YOU to Jon Goldberg, Mark David, the AJC and CIJA for their assistance. As well, thank you to all those in the community who came out, in spite of the inclement weather, to make this event a success.

5775 High Holiday Schedule (2014)

The first night for Selichot will be Motzaei Shabbos (September 20th) at 10:00 PM
5775 High Holiday Schedule (2014)

First night of Rosh Hashana (September 24th) Evening Services 6:30 PM First Day of Rosh Hashana (September 25th) Morning Services 9:30 AM Rosh Hashana (September 25th) Mincha and Tashlich 5:30 PM Rosh Hashana Second Evening Services (approximately) 6:30 PM Second Day of Rosh Hashana (September 26th) Morning Services 9:30 AM Second Day of Rosh Hashana – Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM
We will visit the cemetery on Sunday morning – The Fast of Gedalyah (September 28th) from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Yom Kippur (October 3rd) Kol Nidrei 6:45 PM
Yom Kippur (October 4th) Morning Services 9:00 AM Yizkor (approximately) 11:00AM
Yom Kippur (October 4th) Mincha Services 5:00 PM
Yom Kippur (October 4th) Ne’eelah Services 6:15 PM
The fast ends at 7:46 PM
Sukkot (October 8th – 17th), back to normal schedule – Evening Services 6:30 PM, Morning Services 9:30 AM