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Friday, May 25, 2018

Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin (Updated)

Congregation Agudath Sholom
Shabbat Bulletin
NassoMay 26, 201812 Sivan 5778
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Mincha7:00 PM
Candle Lighting7:56 PM
Shacharit7:00 AM/8:00 AM/9:00 AM
Torah Before Tefillah7:40 AM
Coffee And Commentary8:45 AM
Latest Shema9:09 AM
Latest Shacharit10:23 AM
Shiur10:30 AM
Tot Shabbat
Mini Minyan
Jr. Cong
10:30 AM
Daf Yomi7:05 PM
Code of Jewish Law7:05 PM
Pirkei Avot7:10 PM
Mincha7:55 PM
Maariv8:53 PM
Shabbat Ends8:58 PM
Havdalah8:58 PM
Shabbat Shalom
A Yearbook Message, Naso and the Meaning of Memorial Day

Sometimes we hear a message that we never forget. Like most high school seniors, I remember asking my friends to sign my yearbook and vice versa. It is a rite of passage before graduation. One of my teachers, Rabbi Shlomo Freundlich, inscribed my yearbook with a Dvar Torah and a blessing, one which I frequently remember. In reflecting on the Parsha of Naso and its confluence with Memorial Day, the message resounded even louder and broader.

He shared with me an insight from the tractate of Yoma (86a). The Rabbis ask how it is possible for God to command us to love him, as it states in the Torah, "You should love the Lord your God with all of your heart, soul and might." God can command an action, but how can he legislate an emotion?

The Talmud answers by explaining that the verse is teaching us not only to love God, but to make God's name beloved through your way of life. When a Jew acts in a way that is honest, kind, faithful and good, he/she causes mankind to come closer to God. My Rabbi offered me a blessing to inspire me and all of us to exemplify Godliness in our lives to, God willing, be a source of inspiration to others to lead such lives as well. Not a single one of us is exempt from this awesome and sacred task. Whether at home, business, recreation or any day, time or place, we are all role models for God. This mission energizes and animates my life.

This idea underscores a central theme in Naso. The midrash states that the Kohanim should bless the people of Israel just as god said to Avraham, "You shall be a blessing." (Bereishit 12:2). First, why does God not bless us directly? Why the need for a Kohain to be the intermediary? Secondly, how does one become a blessing?

The answer draws on the Talmudic idea above. God can bring blessing to mankind, but it is man himself/herself who serves as a model for teaching mankind what blessing really means. We learn more from that which is caught, than what is taught. Our children, grandchildren and friends learn less from lectures than from exemplary models of living. God enjoins Avraham and all of us to not seek blessing, but be blessings. God tasks the Kohain, the teachers of Israel to fulfill their role through modeling a stellar and sacred way of life.

In this spirit, the nexus of Naso and Memorial Days seems very fitting. This Shabbat, we will remember 57 American soldiers who have given their lives in defense of our country in Iraq and Afghanistan. They will never be forgotten and we honor their memories for they chose to dedicate their lives for the values we all hold dear. They serve as role models of courage and character. They put themselves on the line to defend our freedom and paid the the ultimate sacrifice. May their memories always be a source of blessing and inspiration. This weekend is also a time to reminder to care for our veterans as well. To learn more visit, Jewish War Veterans.

All of us are invested with the mission to lead lives which bring blessing to God and the world.

Wishing you and your families a Shabbat Shalom,

Rabbi Daniel Cohen

Friday Night Mincha Minyan  Interested in a Friday evening Mincha at candle lighting time? Contact artansmith@aol.comIf there are enough positive responses, the first meeting will be Friday, June 1 at 8:02

  • new members Rhonda Greif and Lewis Cherniack
  • to Cara and Joe Hanna who recently moved to Stamford
Shabbat Topics & Participants
Friday NightNoah Marlowe
Torah before TefillahRabbi Daniel Cohen
Coffee & CommentaryRabbi Daniel Cohen
Pirkei Avot Chapter 1 (Bennett Simcha Room)Rabbi Yehuda Jeiger
ShiurRabbi Avi Block: The Place of the Sota in the Torah's Presentation of Marriage & Divorce
SermonRabbi Daniel Cohen
Torah ReaderMark Wagshul
Daf YomiMark Wagshul
Seudat ShlishitHoward Rimerman & Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Weekday Schedule
ShacharitShacharit: Sunday 7:15 AM/8:30 AM, Monday 7:00 AM/8:30 AM, Tuesday-Friday 6:30 AM/7:30 AM
MinchaMincha: Sunday-Thursday 8:05 PM, Friday 7:00 PM/8:07 PM
Late MaarivMonday-Thursday: The Learning Center, 1766 Bedford Street, 8:45 PM
Candles Friday8:02 PM
MondayMemorial Day (office closed)
  • to Barbara Messer on the recent loss of her mother Eleanor Sutker
  • to the family of Dr. Jules White
For up to date shiva and contact info:
To make a memorial contribution online, and have us send an acknowledgement to the family, please click here
Mazal Tov
  • to Meryl & David Gordon and Regina Greenwald on the aufruf of their son and grandson Daniel
  • to Shery Hertzberg, Adina and Steven Adelman, and the entire family on Ari's aufruf in celebration of his forthcoming marriage to Devorah Ellerton.
  • to Hecky and Rochel Attar and Yospa Lieberman on the forthcoming marriage of Shana Attar to Tomer Mangoubi
  • to Gail & Bob Loonin on the Bar Mitzvah of Eli Steinerman, their grandson, and son of Rachel & Joshua Steinerman of Bala Cynwyd, PA
  • to Sandra and Michael Kamen on the Bar Mitzvah this weekend of their grandson Bennet Katzin, son of Marc and Heather Katzin
Celebrate with the family! Make a donation in their honor and we will send an acknowledgement to the family. Just click here
Thanks To Our Sponsors
Shabbat Shalom Hospital PackagesRoz Mangot in memory of Michael Mangot; Claudia & Howard Rimerman in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Howard's father, Fred Rimerman; and Howard & Stephanie Fogel in memory of Sam Fogel
Library Kiddushby Hecky and Rochel Attar in honor of the upcoming wedding of their daughter Shana to Tomer Mangoubi
Chapel Kiddushby The Hertzberg Family In honor of the aufruf of Ari and his upcoming marriage to Devorah Ellerton.
Sanctuary KiddushMeryl & David Gordon in honor of the aufruf of their son Daniel Gordon and his upcoming marriage to Lea Winter
Seudat ShlishitClaudia and Howard Rimerman in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Howard's father, Fred Rimerman
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CAS Young Families
  • YOUNG FAMILIES/COUPLES ONEG IN THE SHABBOS PARK Shabbat, June 2. Come join us in the park on Shabbat (weather permitting) at 4 pm for an oneg. Please bring a parve snack, drink or dessert to share!
  • SAVE THE DATES: Sunday, June 10th, Young Couples Night Out! and Tuesday, June 26th, Ladies Night Out!
Rabbi Office Hours
Update on Rabbi Cohen's & Rabbi Zweiter's Open Office Hours Open Office Hours are an opportunity to drop by to see our Rabbis without an appointment. They will be available in their office for guidance or a chat. Rabbis will not schedule meetings during these hours, which will be held around the same time each week. Call the office to confirm Rabbi Cohen or Rabbi Zweiter are not attending to an urgent matter outside the synagogue. Open Office Hour Times for this Week
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
  • Tuesday, May 29, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM at CAS
  • Friday, June 1, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM at Starbucks, 2139 Summer St, Stamford, CT 06904
Rabbi Oran Zweiter
  • Tuesday, May 29, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM at CAS
  • Wednesday, May 30, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM at CAS
CAS Classes
Week of May 27
TuesdayRabbi Daniel Cohen: Book of Ezra - Power of the Prophets - 8:15 AM
Rabbi Daniel Cohen: Depths of Genesis - 9:00 AM
Rabbi Daniel Cohen: Parsha Perspectives - 12:00 PM
WednesdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: Weekly Haftorah - 9:30 AM
FridayRabbi Daniel Cohen: The Pre-Shabbos Torah Taste - 8:15 AM
Review our full list of classes
Adult Education
Rabbi Herzl Hefter - Shabbat, June 2

He will give a shiur at 10:30 AM, speak at 5 PM at an Oneg hosted by Sharon and Jeff Lewis, and at Seudah Shlishit.

    His topics:
  • Shiur: From the Conquest of Canaan to Mosul: Can we be passionately religious and humane?
  • Oneg: Navigating Change and Tradition
  • Seudat Shlishit: Interpretive Tradition: Rabbinic intuition and imagination respectively.

We are grateful to the following families for sponsoring his visit:

  • Barbara and Ron Ashkenas
  • Rita Edelston
  • Pam Ehrenkranz and Matt Greenberg
  • Sharon and Jeff Lewis
  • Veronica and Erwin Reich

Rabbi Herzl Hefter is the founder and Rosh Beit Midrash Har`el in memory of Belda Kaufman Lindenbaum, in Jerusalem. It is a beit midrash for advanced rabbinic studies for men and women. He is a graduate of Yeshiva University where he learned under the tutelage of Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveichik z"l, and received smikha from Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein z"l at Yeshivat Har Etzion where he studied for ten years. Rabbi Hefter taught Yoreh De'ah to the Kollel fellows at the Gruss Kollel of Yeshiva University and served as the head of the Bruria Scholars Program at Midreshet Lindenbaum. He also taught at Yeshivat Mekor Chaim in Moscow and served as Rosh Kollel of the first Torah MiZion Kollel in Cleveland, Ohio. He has written numerous articles related to modernity and Hasidic thought. His Torah essays and online shiurim can be accessed at

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Sponsor a kiddush! click here to see the menus
Email Matt and he will contact you or see Hecky or Irwin to arrange a Kiddush.
CAS Announcements
  • RMS HOUSING INFO SESSION Tired of walking up the hill on Fifth Street or just looking to shorten your Shabbos walk? RMS Companies will hold an informational session on June 6th at 7pm at CAS. If you are interested in the development on the school/ball field property, come find out what is in store.
  • MISSING ITEM If you mistakenly grabbed a black Kenneth Cole 3/4 length coat this past Shabbos, please return the coat to the office.
  • SAVE THE DATE Tuesday night, June 19 for our CAS Annual Meeting and Presentation of the George and Ziporah Freedberg Excellence in Spirit Award and Hineni Awards
  • SAVE THE DATE! Rabbi Elan Adler, former CAS Assistant Rabbi, will return as our scholar in residence on Shabbat, June 22-23. He will give the sermon, give an afternoon shiur before mincha, and speak at Seudat Shlishit. There will also be a community luncheon immediately after services on Shabbat afternoon, for which you can sign up. Look for full details after Shavuot!
  • JOIN OUR HOSPITALITY TEAM When someone new moves to town, we inform our hospitality team, who are thrilled to welcome them for a Shabbat meal. If you would like to be part of our hospitality team who are committed to hosting five new families a year, please contact Rabbi Cohen ( or our membership chair, Rachel Kaimowitz ( If you would like to be involved in welcoming people in alternative ways to shabbat hosting, we also have people who meet new members for coffee in the week, deliver welcome packs, or phone them to check how they're settling in. If this is something you might like to get involved in, we'd also love to hear from you!
  • HEALING VISITS MITZVAH UPDATE The healing visits team is a CAS group who visit people in the hospital, facilities or at home. It is a meaningful way to lift people's spirits and make a difference. You can offer as much time as you have for each person. Every week we send out a healing visit update. To join the team, contact Rabbi Cohen at
  • CAS FREE MEZUZAH CAMPAIGN IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, CT Bringing Blessings to Jewish Homes. Do you know a neighbor or a friend who lacks a mezuzah? CAS offers a free mezuzah and home visit to post this sacred scroll at the entrance to all Jewish homes in the area. For more info, contact Rabbi Cohen:
  • JOIN THE CHEVRA KADISHA We need new volunteers for the Chevra - those willing to perform a tahara. Info: Please contact Rochel Attar at
  • IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING We need you to help secure our Synagogue. As you come to the building, please be aware of your surroundings. If you see something out of the ordinary, please let someone know about it. This will keep everyone safe.
  • WELCOME TO OUR SYNAGOGUE PROGRAM Every Shabbat we station ushers at the doors in the sanctuary to welcome people, assist them and enhance the service. We are expanding the usher roles to include a greeter in the lobby from 9-10:30 am. Please join the usher team. We need you and your smile. Info: Mitchell Bell.
  • COMMUNITY CHESED HELPERS An important role of the Chesed committee is outreach to the Shul's elderly and homebound, who are often isolated and lack a lifeline to our synagogue. Volunteer to reach out and identify needs, visit, or give a ride. Even small gestures mean a great deal Interested? Vivian Weiss at 203-323-0909 or If you are aware of elderly or homebound members in need of outreach, please notify Rabbi Cohen.
  • WE WANT YOU FOR BINGO! Players AND volunteers needed. Join in on the fun we have every MONDAY at 6:00 PM


Open on Thursday 10 AM - 12 NOON

Wedding Gifts, Engagement Gifts, House Gifts, Mother's Day Gifts, Jewelry

We need volunteers! Please call Julie at (203) 321-6460 or Anne at (203) 321-5072

Community Announcements
  • SOOSH Are you celebrating a graduation? Soosh is the place to eat! Beginning Sunday May 27th through the month of June Soosh is celebrating Graduates - any level! Graduates enjoy a complimentary exquisite roll when dinning in with a party of 4 or more. May we suggest the Chef's special: Graduate Roll - available for a limited time only! See you @Soosh!
  • SIX THIRTEEN RESTAURANT this Saturday, May 26, for the first appearance at Six Thirteen of Three Rabbis and a Cik. Support your local Rabbis and enjoy an evening of music and fun. Doors open at 9:30, make your reservation soon!
  • THE FAIRFIELD COUNTY CT JEWISH BASEBALL LEAGUE is looking to make a comeback in Stamford for 2019. The league is open to boys and girls Pre-K through 8th grade living in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, NY and we will only play on Sundays. If you are interested in volunteering, coaching or want to hear more about the league, please contact Ari Goldstein at As it will take a lot of work and assistance to revive the league, we will need all of the help that we can get. We plan to set up a meeting in the summer to discuss next steps. Please check out the league's website to find out more: Looking forward to bringing back the Jewish Baseball League with you!
  • JEWISH NATIONAL FUND AND TEMPLE ISRAEL CENTER INVITE YOU TO THE ANNUAL POSITIVELY ISRAEL RECEPTION May 31st. Featuring Bret Stephens: Israel at 70: What Does the Future Hold for Israel and the Middle East? Temple Israel Center, 280 Old Mamaroneck Rd., White Plains. 7:30pm Community-wide Dessert and Wine Reception, couvert $36; 6:15pm VIP Dinner for donors of $1,800+ to JNF's 2018 Campaign ($500+ for young families). Event co-chairs Lissy & Ben Carr, Jessica & Andrew Levinson, Jonathan & Linda Flaxner. RSVP by May 29 at For more information: Stephanie Rise Balkin, Director, Westchester & Southern Connecticut,, 212-879-9300, ext 510.
  • ANNOUNCING THE 4TH ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL SHOP EVENT ON JULY 29! Can you help? Back to School Shop provides economically disadvantaged elementary school children in Stamford with the opportunity to shop for brand new clothes, backpacks and school supplies for free, in a one day event. We served nearly 250 children in our event last summer and hope to increase the number to at least 275 this year! Can you volunteer for a 4 hour shift at our event? To volunteer, or for more information please visit
  • CANTOR CONCERT On June 14, Cantor Magda Fishman and Cantor George Mordecai will be doing a concert at Temple Beth El in Stamford. This combination of two extraordinary talents singing "The Sounds of Israel" in a special concert will be a real treat for everyone attending.
  • PLEASE CONSIDER JOINING TEAM STAMFORD in supporting HODS (Halachic Organ Donor Society) for its biggest fundraiser of the year. a 5K Walk/Run on June 10, 2018. Thank you in advance for your support of this worthwhile life-saving cause. Visit the Team Stamford page:
  • JOIN UJF JUNE 20-21 ON OUR MISSION TO WASHINGTON, D.C.! Learn about the Jewish Federations of North America's advocacy agenda and then bring it to the Hill to share your views with our representatives, hear from policy experts and policy makers, and tour the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Early bird pricing ends 4/24 - register now at!
  • NEW JEWISH SENIOR SERVICES HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING DATES Chaifetz Family Hospice will be holding a 2-Day Hospice Training for people interested in giving their time and compassion to JSS clients in Fairfield County. Training will be held at Jewish Senior Services, 4200 Park Avenue, Bridgeport, CT on Sunday June 3rd from 9am-5:00pm, Wednesday June 6th from 4:30-8:30, and Thursday June 7th from 4:30-8:30. Training materials and meals will be provided free of charge. If you would like to sign up or to learn more about hospice training, please contact Ellen Ashkins at (203) 365-6417 or by email at
  • DO A MITZVAH! CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE JFS KOSHER FOOD PANTRY by purchasing Mitzvah Baskets and/or Mitzvah Centerpieces instead of flowers for your next simcha at CAS. Distributions from the JFS Kosher Food Pantry have increased by more than 1000 since the recession. With this tremendous upsurge in use, JFS is constantly challenged to keep the food pantry full. Your generosity enables JFS to help those in our community in their greatest moments of need.
  • BRAIN FITNESS GROUP - Monday, June 11th, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue Want to stimulate your brain power? The session will focus on attention skills with practical support to help reach personal brain fitness goals. Advance registration suggested. Light refreshments will be served. JCC Members: $8 per session. Open to the community at $10 per session. Optional lunch following the session $9 (under 60), $4 suggested (over 60). To register, contact Connie Cirillo Freeman at 203-487-0983 or email For additional information, contact Dr. Toby Lazarus, Schoke JFS Brain Fitness Program Coordinator at 203-921-4161 or
  • EMPLOYMENT LIFE TRANSITIONS SUPPORT GROUP , Tuesdays, 1st and 3rd of every month beginning June 5th at Stamford office of Schoke JFS. Looking for emotional support while searching for employment? Need practical help during the job search? Join the support group, facilitated by Lois Meyer, LMSW, Schoke JFS Case Manager, to help you through this transition. No cost. For registration, please contact Lois Meyer at 203-921-4161 or email
  • DISRUPT AGING IN YOUR COMMUNITY Wednesday, June 6th, 7:00pm - 8:30 pm Schoke JFS, the Stamford JCC and AARP Connecticut are partnering to present a 90-minute program entitled, Disrupt Aging in your Community, which is designed to bridge the gap between generations. An interactive session focuses on aging from an intergenerational perspective, offering thought-provoking discussion and activities. To reserve a spot, please sign up at or call 1-877-926-8300. If you have any questions about the program, contact Isrella Knopf, Director of Senior Services, at or 203-921-4161.
  • LET'S TALK Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Thursdays, Beginning March 15, every other week, 10:30 AM, Free at Jewish Senior Services, 4200 Park Avenue, Bridgeport Contact Rebekah Kanefsky, at 302-921-4161 or email at Tuesdays, 11 :00 AM, Free at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue, Contact Sheila Duggan at 203-921-4161 or
  • SCHOKE JFS SPOUSAL BEREAVEMENT GROUP Gather to share feelings and exchange ideas in a non-judgmental environment that provides emotional, practical, and spiritual support for grieving the loss of a spouse or significant other. Contact Amanda Geffner, Schoke JFS Therapist at 203-921-4161 or Fridays at 10:30 AM, beginning September 8th at Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Road, Stamford
  • 24TH ANNUAL JCC GOLF AND TENNIS OUTING JUNE 4, EVENTS START 9 AM A fantastic day of golf and tennis held at Rockrimmon Country Club. Includes lunch, cocktail hour and awards party. Outing benefits JumpStart at the Jewish Community Center. Play a round FORE THE KIDS! Sponsorships & Tickets are available. To register or for more information visit www.stamfordjcc or contact Shannon Jacobs at 203.487.0965 or
  • SENIOR ADULT FATHER'S DAY LUNCHEON JUN. 14 11 AM - 1 PM 11 am. Entertainment 12 pm Lunch. To celebrate and honor all fathers, join us for live entertainment by James Michael. Reservations required by Thursday, Jun. 7. $4 suggested donation. For more information, visit or contact Connie Freeman at 203-487-0983 or
  • 9TH ANNUAL JCC YOUTH TRIATHLON JUNE 17, 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM Swimming Cycling Running. Fun, Fitness, and Personal Challenges for Ages 4 to 16!. Check-in: 7 am Race: 8 - 11 am Through the fast-growing sport of triathlon, children are given the opportunity to be fit and active, build strong friendships, and, most importantly, reach their potential and have fun! For more information visit or contact Mo Concepcion at 203.487.0971 or
  • INDEPENDENCE DAY BARBECUE LUNCHEON JUNE 28, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM ENTERTAINMENT 12 P.M. LUNCH To celebrate Independence Day, join us for live entertainment and lunch. Reservations required by Thursday, Jun. 21. $4 suggested donation For more information, visit or contact Connie Freeman at 203-487-0983 or
  • UJF WOMEN'S PHILANTHROPY EVENT Spring Dinner 2018 with Dara Horn. Thursday, May 31, 6:30 PM Temple Beth El. Info: Sharon Franklin
We Wish A Speedy Recovery To
  • Aryeh Chaim ben Chaya Sara
  • Avraham ben Batya
  • David Yaakov ben Riesel
  • Dov ben Pnina
  • Eliezer Yitzhak Dovid ben Miriam Rivkah
  • Gil Shlomo ben Ruth Rivkah
  • Ian ben Sarah
  • Meshaberah Zinovi ben Riveka
  • Michel Leib ben Rachel Leah
  • Refael Ephraim ben Sima
  • Sara Rivka bat Esther Blema
  • Simcha Itchak ben Lena
  • Yitchak Meir ben Rochel
  • Zev Mordechai ben Chaya Gittel
CAS Israel Advocacy Update
Take a Minute to Support Israel  Supporting Israel isn't hard -- there are many things that you can do that take literally one minute. The Israel Committee now has a website built on this idea. Go to for simple things that you can do, from calling your Congressional representatives to social media posts, that take only a minute or two. Check back frequently for updates and ideas for things you can do!

LIPS product of the week  Check out our new Love Israel Products Blog (LIPS) for the latest ways to support Israel! Thank you to Lola Halperin and Aaron Goldenberg for organizing.
Halacha Corner
Halacha of the Week from Rabbi Daniel Cohen  Kosher Symbols I often receive questions about Kosher Symbols and their reliability on food products Thank God, over the years Kashrut agencies and symbols are increasing as is the availability of kosher food. It is important to remember that a K alone and other supervisions on a food does not guarantee its reliability and recommendation. It is not uncommon for me to receive a What's App or Text from someone in the supermarket with a picture of a symbol. The clergy are here for guidance and happy to answer any questions. The Vaad of Fairfield County provides a list of recommended supervisions. If you would like a copy, please visit the office or send Rabbi Zweiter or myself an email and we will send to you the list.
Kosher Advisories
  • KOSHER ALERTS The OU reminds you to always check the label before purchasing any item that needs kosher certification! And for the latest corrective actions, stay up with the latest OU KOSHER CONSUMER ALERTS & ADVISORIES...just click here
  • KOSHER ADVISORY Breaking news from the OU - newly certified items! to check out the list click here
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