A.M. Online Nov 26, 2021

A.M. ONLINE

CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Nov 26 – Dec 3 2021 22 – 29 Kislev 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS VAYESHEV
CHANUKAH
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Nov 26, 4:02

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Nov 26th

Shacharis 8:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul
CLT 4:02

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Nov 27th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul

Maariv 5:00 at shul

SUNDAY Nov 28th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30
Light 1 Chanukah candle

MONDAY Nov 29th
DAY 1 CHANUKAH

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30
Light 2 Chanukah candles

TUESDAY Nov 30th
DAY 2 CHANUKAH

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30
Light 3 Chanukah candles

WEDNESDAY Dec 1st
DAY 3 CHANUKAH

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30
Light 4 Chanukah candles

THURSDAY Dec 2nd
DAY 4 CHANUKAH

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30
Light 5 Chanukah candles

FRIDAY Dec 3rd
DAY 5 CHANUKAH

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul
Maariv 4:30
Light 6 Chanukah candles

CLT 4:00

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 4:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

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¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

Good Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:

Happy Birthday to: Eddie Galster, Dec 1st
Mazal Tov to: Nochum and Sophia on the birth of a boy, Mazal Tov to Grandparents Alan and Sharon and to the whole family


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our NOVEMBER and DECEMBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Nov 19, 2021

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CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Nov 19 – 26 2021 15 – 22 Kislev 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS VAYISHLACH
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Nov 19, 4:06

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Nov 19th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul
CLT 4:06

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Nov 20th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul

Maariv 5:00 at shul

SUNDAY Nov 21st

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30

MONDAY Nov 22nd

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30

TUESDAY Nov 23rd

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30

WEDNESDAY Nov 24th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30

THURSDAY Nov 25th
THANKSGIVING DAY

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 4:00

Maariv 4:30

FRIDAY Nov 26th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul
CLT 4:02

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 4:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

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¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

I found it fascinating that in the year 2021 at the very border of Grodno (Belorussian) and Poland a possible international crisis may arise. There you may know there is a tense border dispute with Iraqi immigrants in the middle. The symbolism is obvious. None of the three protagonist cared very much for the plight of the Jews in the years 1938-1945. In fact not caring is an obvious understatement. Their joint hatred of the Jews is so palatable that right up to this present day they continue to blame the Jews for their woes.

This weeks Parsha relates the epic struggles of Jacob ans Esau. Our challenge is to do as Jacob did; develop good diplomacy, but be prepared for any situation. Thankfully today we have a strong State of Israel that is as assiduous at both.

Good Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:

Happy Birthday to: Gavi Castle Nov 21st
Happy birthday to: Ricky Fleischer Nov. 24th
Happy birthday to: Mort Stern Nov 24th


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our NOVEMBER and DECEMBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Nov 12, 2021

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CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Nov 12 – 19 2021 8 – 15 Kislev 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS VAYETZE
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Nov 12, 4:12

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Nov 12th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:15 at shul
CLT 4:12

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Nov 13th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:15 at shul

Maariv 5:00 at shul

SUNDAY Nov 14th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

MONDAY Nov 15th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

TUESDAY Nov 16th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

WEDNESDAY Nov 17th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

THURSDAY Nov 18th

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

FRIDAY Nov 19th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:00 at shul
CLT 4:06

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 4:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

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¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

I recently attended a JUF seminar exploring the latest demographic study of Chicago metropolitan Jewry. What was more interesting than the usual and expected results were the comments from the non-orthodox clergy reacting to the downward trends of their membership numbers. During the q and a several of them expressed unease and dissatisfaction with the post covid tendency to zoom into shabbat and holiday services. They bemoaned the social isolation, the lack of communal prayer and the distancing of congregant and clergy. Interestingly the orthodox movement has for the most part reconvened not fully or without precaution but nevertheless at least in communal prayer. This has helped solidify the very nature of our ability to persevere and eventually grow. That may be one of the main reasons that the orthodox movement has been the only one of the major denominations to rise in number.

In this weeks Parsha we witness Yaakov’s prayer reaching the heavens but more importantly the prayers received and answered. It is the template of what davening is all about. We are allowed private time at shul (or at home) to commune with Hashem and allow the prayers to reach the highest peaks of heaven. When we stand before Hashem, we are to be cognizant of these sentiments and use those precious moments to concentrate with devotion (kavanah). Let us rededicate ourselves to prayer with kavanah and encourage our fellow Jews to do the same.

Good Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our NOVEMBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Nov 5, 2021

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CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Nov 5 – 12 2021 1 – 8 Kislev 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS TOLDOS
FALL BACK 1 HOUR
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Nov 5, 5:28

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Nov 5th
ROSH CHODESH KISLEV

 

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:15 at shul
CLT 5:20

Shabbos Schedule

 

SHABBOS Nov 6th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:15 at shul

Maariv 6:15 at shul
Push clock back 1 hr

 

SUNDAY Nov 7th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

 

MONDAY Nov 8th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

 

TUESDAY Nov 9th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

 

WEDNESDAY Nov 10th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

 

THURSDAY Nov 11th

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

 

FRIDAY Nov 12th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:15 at shul
CLT 4:12

Shabbos Schedule

 

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 4:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

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¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

Reports if accurate is that the United States State Department wishes to open an American consulate in Jerusalem. If true this would clearly violate the sovereignty of Israel and its right to its capital Jerusalem.
This weeks parsha highlights the central theme of sovereignty over the land by the Jewish People as we witness Avrohoms excruciatingly difficult negotiations for not only a burial plot for Sarah but also to maintain ownership over the land. We pray that these reports are not accurate and out Government will respect the integrity of Israel.

G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

 

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER and NOVEMBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Nov 5, 2021

A.M. ONLINE

CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Sept 5 – 12 2021 1 – 8 Kislev 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS TOLDOS
FALL BACK 1 HOUR
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Nov 5, 5:28

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Nov 5th
ROSH CHODESH KISLEV

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:15 at shul
CLT 5:20

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Nov 6th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:15 at shul

Maariv 6:15 at shul
Push clock back 1 hr

SUNDAY Nov 7th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

MONDAY Nov 8th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

TUESDAY Nov 9th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

WEDNESDAY Nov 10th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

THURSDAY Nov 11th

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 4:15

Maariv 4:45

FRIDAY Nov 12th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 4:15 at shul
CLT 4:12

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 4:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

Please do not reply to this email, the address is not monitored.

¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

Reports if accurate is that the United States State Department wishes to open an American consulate in Jerusalem. If true this would clearly violate the sovereignty of Israel and its right to its capital Jerusalem.
This weeks parsha highlights the central theme of sovereignty over the land by the Jewish People as we witness Avrohoms excruciatingly difficult negotiations for not only a burial plot for Sarah but also to maintain ownership over the land. We pray that these reports are not accurate and out Government will respect the integrity of Israel.

G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER and NOVEMBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Oct 29, 2021

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CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Oct 29 – Sept 5 2021 23 Mar Cheshvan – 1 Kislev 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS CHAYE SARAH
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Oct 29, 5:28

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Oct 29th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:30 at shul
CLT 5:28

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Oct 30th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:30 at shul

Maariv 6:25 at shul

SUNDAY Oct 31st

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 5:30

Maariv 6:00

MONDAY Nov 1st

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:30

Maariv 6:00

TUESDAY Nov 2nd

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:30

Maariv 6:00

WEDNESDAY Nov 3rd

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 5:30

Maariv 6:00

THURSDAY Nov 4th

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 5:30

Maariv 6:00

FRIDAY Nov 5th
ROSH CHODESH KISLEV

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:30 at shul
CLT 5:20

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 5:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

Please do not reply to this email, the address is not monitored.

¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

Reports if accurate is that the United States State Department wishes to open an American consulate in Jerusalem. If true this would clearly violate the sovereignty of Israel and its right to its capital Jerusalem.
This weeks parsha highlights the central theme of sovereignty over the land by the Jewish People as we witness Avrohoms excruciatingly difficult negotiations for not only a burial plot for Sarah but also to maintain ownership over the land. We pray that these reports are not accurate and out Government will respect the integrity of Israel.

G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:
Happy Birthday to: Anne Galster Nov 3rd


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER and NOVEMBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online October 22, 2021

A.M. ONLINE

CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Oct 22 – 29 2021 16 – 23 Mar Cheshvan 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS VAYERA
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Oct 22, 5:38

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Oct 22nd

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:45 at shul
CLT 5:38

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Oct 23rd

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:45 at shul

Maariv 6:30 at shul

SUNDAY Oct 24th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

MONDAY Oct 25th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

TUESDAY Oct 26th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

WEDNESDAY Oct 27th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

THURSDAY Oct 28th

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

FRIDAY Oct 29th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:30 at shul
CLT 5:28

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 5:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

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¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

Both Avrohom and Sarah laughed when told that Sarah in the latter stage in life would give birth to a son. Avrohom however was told after his bris milah by Hashem while Sarah heard it from the three angels disguised as men. The first reaction was overwhelming joy while the second may have been a nervous or defensive laughter after all the years of prayer, hope, disappointment even while maintaining an optimistic view of life. Nevertheless, their faith in Hashem allowed the laughter to extend even to the naming of the great Tzadik Yitzchak whose personality embodied the very faith demonstrated by both, each in their own respective ways. These are the challenges we face every day when forging a joyful, yet serious view of life ahead, by joining these two divergent emotions we are able to face the world with full faith in Hashem.
G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:
Happy Birthday to: Aaron Wortman Oct 25th
Happy Birthday to: Gitelle Rapoport, Oct 27th
Happy Birthday to: Michael Kirshner Oct 27th


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Oct 15, 2021

A.M. ONLINE

CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Oct 15 – 22 2021 9 – 16 Mar Cheshvan 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS LECH-LECHA
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Oct 15, 5:49

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Oct 15th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:45 at shul
CLT 5:49

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Oct 16th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:45 at shul

Maariv 6:30 at shul

SUNDAY Oct 17th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

MONDAY Oct 18th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

TUESDAY Oct 19th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

WEDNESDAY Oct 20th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

THURSDAY Oct 21st

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 5:45

Maariv 6:15

FRIDAY Oct 22nd

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:45 at shul
CLT 5:38

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 5:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

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¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

We are introduced to Avrohom this week with what our Sages determine to be one of the 10 tests that he overcame. Here he is told to leave his home and go on “aliya” to the land destined to become Eretz Yisroel. Yet he is also promised wealth, fame, and success. The question we all ask ourselves is how many of us would drop everything to go on aliya if we were assured the same. Would we drop everything call Nefesh Bnefesh head to the airport and be on the next El-Al flight to Tel Aviv? I guess the answer is probably yes but for most of not necessarily a slam dunk. It’s a different culture, climate, topography, and filled with political intrigue. We are leaving our families, homes, and way of life. Furthermore, wealth fame and success carry its own challenges. How do we utilize this newfound world? Are we better able to manage this kind of success? These are but some of the challenges facing Avrohom. Thankfully he overcame those obstacles and hurdled past the finish line. His successful aliya spearheaded hundreds of thousands throughout Jewish history.  
G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:
Mazel Tov to: Rabbi Michoel and Sarah Goodman on the recent birth of grandson, Yitzchok Yonah.
Mazel Tov to: Noah and Suzanne Mishkin on Bar Mitzvah of their son, Aiden. Grandparents Sherwin and Jan.

Mazel Tov to: Rabbi Menachem and Tovi Kirshner and grandparents, Sheldon and Toby on Bar Mitzvah of their sons, Shimon and Moshe.

Baruch Dayan HaEmes: Our Anshe Motele family wishes condolences to Michael Schwabacher on the loss of his mother Linda.


STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Oct 8, 2021

A.M. ONLINE

CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Oct 8 – 15 2021 2 – 9 Mar Cheshvan 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

PARSHAS NOACH
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Oct 8, 6:00

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Oct 8th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 6:00 at shul
CLT 6:00

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Oct 9th

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 6:00 at shul

Maariv 6:50 at shul

SUNDAY Oct 10th

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 6:00

Maariv 6:30

MONDAY Oct 11th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 6:00

Maariv 6:30

TUESDAY Oct 12th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 6:00

Maariv 6:30

WEDNESDAY Oct 13th

Shacharis 7:00 at shul

Mincha 6:00

Maariv 6:30

THURSDAY Oct 14th

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 6:00

Maariv 6:30

FRIDAY Oct 15th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 5:45 at shul
CLT 5:49

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 5:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

Please do not reply to this email, the address is not monitored.

¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:
Happy Birthday to: Leslie Wortman, Oct 10th
Happy Birthday to: Sheldon Kirshner, Oct 10th

STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
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A.M. Online Oct 1, 2021

A.M. ONLINE

CONGREGATION ANSHE MOTELE’S WEEKLY E-BULLETIN
Oct 1 – 8 2021 25 Tishrei – 2 Mar Cheshvan 5782
Rabbi: Alan M. Abramson

SHABBOS PARSHAS BERESHIS
www.tinyurl.com/paymotele

MOTELE’S COVID 19 POLICY
Masks are required for all attendees. Children under bar / bas mitzvah must sit with their adults and remain in their seats. No food allowed inside the building. Bottled water is acceptable since our public fountain is not being used. The kitchen is OFF LIMITS. All attendees must remain in their seats and no congregating in the hallways or other rooms. Keep social distancing. There will be no kiddushim until further notice. If you are not following the guidelines, you will be asked to leave the shul as we have some high risk members that will be at the shul.

Candle Lighting time
Fri Oct 1, 6:12

Schedule of Davening:

FRIDAY Oct 1st

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 6:15 at shul
CLT 6:12

Shabbos Schedule

SHABBOS Oct 2nd

Shacharis 7 & 8:45 at Shul

Mincha 6:15 at shul

Maariv 7:00 at shul

SUNDAY Oct 3rd

Shacharis 8:00 at shul

Mincha 6:15

Maariv 6:45

MONDAY Oct 4th

Shacharis 6:45 at Shul

Mincha 6:15

Maariv 6:45

TUESDAY Oct 5th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 6:15

Maariv 6:45

WEDNESDAY Oct 6th
ROSH CHODESH

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 6:15

Maariv 6:45

THURSDAY Oct 7th
ROSH CHODESH

Shacharis 6:45 at shul

Mincha 6:15

Maariv 6:45

FRIDAY Oct 8th

Shacharis 7:00 at Shul

Mincha 6:00 at shul
CLT 6:00

Shabbos Schedule

FOR WOMEN:

Shabbos’ Women’s Tehillim: Please join together “virtually” this Shabbos afternoon, 5:00 to recite Tehillim. It is more important now than ever that our community comes together for this all important service. May HKB”H answer our tefillos speedily.

Please do not reply to this email, the address is not monitored.

¨From the Rabbi’s Study¨

G
ood Shabbos
Rabbi A. M. Abramson

REFUAH SH’LAIMAH:
To all those who are not well as well as those worldwide with this virus. Let Hashem hear our tefillos on their behalves, and all have a speedy recovery. If there is a choleh that needs a misheberach, please email their name to anshemotele@sbcglobal.net .
Since we are not currently making the Mishebarach at Torah readings, in your private shmone esrai, you can include in the “Refaeinu” paragraph a special tefilla for the cholim that you have in mind.

Members Corner:

STAY HEALTHY ONE AND ALL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Please link to our OCTOBER calendars right here.


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
LINKS:
Chicago Rabbinical Council: http://www.crcweb.org/
Orthodox Union http://oukosher.org
Link to Likutei Pshatim http://www.htc.edu/services/likutei-peshatim.html
Shabbat Shalom

Congregation Anshe Motele
6520 N. California
Chicago, IL 60645
Ph: 773-743-2420
Anshemotele@sbcglobal.net
Please do not reply to this email, the address is not monitored.

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