Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas

Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas

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Please join us for an exciting event at the newest dairy cafe, the Market! Come enjoy a light dinner, cheese tasting, cheeseboard demonstration by acclaimed Chef Jordona Cohen as well as inspiring words about the holiday of Shavuot! $25/ person Limited space, RSVP REQUIRED by Monday, June 3 Sponsors Welcome! RSVP: https://sephardictorahcenter.org/product/ladies-pre-shavuot-cheese-tasting-event/
Please everyone come to the Kiddush that my husband and I are sponsoring tomorrow, Aug. 19, 2017, Shabbat Re'eh, in honor of our 25th wedding anniversary!
By the Grace of G-d The Auspicious Day of 28 Sivan 5777 6/22/17 AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP Honorable President Trump, This letter is to petition you for righteous judgement in your treatment of the Arab-Israeli conflict as it relates to the Jews of the Holy Land who reside in Judea and Samaria. For eight years, Barack Obama and Mahmoud Abbas – a modern-day iteration of the Hitler-Mufti alliance – collaborated to effect a freeze on Jewish settlement while unregulated, illegal Arab construction continued at an alarming clip in these reclaimed territories that have constituted the heart of Biblical Israel and the hub of Jewish sovereignty since the Holy Land was bequeathed by G-d to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and their descendants over 3,000 years ago. Needless to say, Obama and Abbas could not have succeeded without their “Baby” – a gutless traitor who routinely blindsides the Israeli public and manipulates them with lies, spins and underhanded maneuvers as he sails them down the river in the best tradition of his pre-statehood Zionist forebears who, like him, consorted with Hitler, the Mufti and One World Government gangbanksters. In the short space of time since you were elected president, you’ve proven yourself a noble and courageous public servant in your pursuit of justice both for the citizens of America and those in countries across the globe. With single-minded determination you’ve countered Obama’s sick, radical left agenda by, among other things, advancing legislation that would trash and replace its various components. The struggle with Obama and his globalist cabal is not a tango-like game of compromise – it’s an arm wrestling match where victory and defeat are a binary choice that is raw, absolute and unforgiving in its finality. Your success as a statesman and as a warrior hinges on an awareness of this fact which, judging by the character of your leadership thus far, you obviously possess. What must be equally clear, is that a major component of Obama’s Old World Order agenda is the plan for Israel’s destruction, G-d forbid, premised on disenfranchising its Jewish citizens by stripping them of their land, giving it to the Arab enemy within and herding them into cities, ghetto-style. As the history of the Jews in Nazi Europe has taught us, that’s the last stop before annihilation. Make no mistake: The global arm wrestling match spans the seven continents, but its fulcrum rests smack center in Israel. Attempting to ignore this fact and address the Arab-Israeli conflict with devious aphorisms and platitudes, as your predecessors did, would be like confronting fake news or any other tentacle of the radical left medusa with an arsenal of petunias in a flower basket. When Obama took office, he ramped up the war on Israel and set a deadly trend into motion that banned Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria while giving the Arabs a free pass to build wherever they wanted. Eight years later, the back of Israel’s hand is almost on the table. A little more pressure – nay, no pressure, just time and a steady grip on Baby’s atrophied hand – and the Jewish state will be nothing but a memory. Baby’s favorite book is Henry Kissinger’s World Order; Kissinger has stated: “In ten years, there will be no more Israel” (quote publicized in 2012). For these wicked men Israel’s carefully crafted doom is non-negotiable. To grab the nail and put it in their own coffin, it’s necessary not just to arrest the trend of land concession in Israel but adhere to the muscle matrix and REVERSE THE TREND by following the path of Obama’s own trajectory IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION, measure for measure. Obama’s plan banned Jewish settlement construction in Judea and Samaria; President Trump’s plan will give carte blanche for unlimited Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria. Obama’s plan gave carte blanche for unlimited Arab construction in Judea and Samaria; President Trump’s plan will ban Arab construction in Judea and Samaria and take all the government funding earmarked for leftist watchdog groups to purchase jeeps, binoculars and hidden cameras to monitor settlement activity, and give it to conservative, nationalist entities to monitor illegal Arab construction. The radical left has to feel the squeeze that the settlers have felt for eight years. It’s the only language they understand. *** The numerical value of the Hebrew letters that comprise the name “D J Trump” (ד ג' טראמפ) is equal to that of the word “Purim” (פורים) – the holiday that commemorates the defeat of the wicked Persian minister Haman who had enacted a decree to annihilate the Jewish people which culminated in his own execution and the Jewish people’s triumph over their enemies. What’s more, the numerical value of the Hebrew letters that comprise the name “Donald Trump” (דונלד טראמפ) is equal to the name “Messiah Son of David” (משיח בן דוד). Our Sages of blessed memory teach that a spark of the Messiah resides in every Jew and in every Righteous Gentile who seeks truth and justice for the Jewish people; that the harder one works for their benefit, the greater the intensity with which that spark glows and is revealed. The fact that your name is tied to Purim and the Messiah in such a rare and unique way means that you have enormous potential to help the Jewish people. It means that you’re a Divinely-empowered figure in the Purim story playing out in Israel, which now, as in Biblical times, turns on the theme of REVERSAL in ways wondrous and profound. It means that you have the capacity to shield the Jewish people from harm, protect their land and safeguard their Torah observance upon which the entire world stands and is sustained – and, in so doing, lead the world into the Era of Messiah and Redemption in the most literal, actual sense. Every action you take towards the welfare of the Jewish people reveals the spark of Messiah within you and defines with increasing clarity the Divine mission that G-d has chosen you to carry out. Of the Messiah the Bible states: “And with righteousness shall he judge the poor.” In 2005, the Israeli government dismantled twenty-one settlements and expelled 8,600 Jews from their homes in Gush Katif so that Gaza could arm itself with long-range ballistic missiles and advanced weaponry, and become the militarily independent Iranian terrorist base that it is today. In Judea and Samaria too, settlements or parts of them have been evacuated and bulldozed, such as Amona, Migron and the Ulpena buildings in Beit El, all on Baby’s watch. The victims of these expulsions and those whose homes are on the butcher block are poor not just in the sense of having been used as political bargaining chips in backroom deals, but in that they have no lobby anywhere in the world to protest their abuse and demand that it is not repeated, except for opportunists and self-interest groups that use the settlement cause to advance themselves politically. Their political isolation has made them especially vulnerable non-entities in the One World hierarchy which has marked them as an easy target and persecutes them relentlessly. Indeed, the settlers of Judea and Samaria are poor in every respect except one: they have an advocate for fairness, justice and freedom who occupies the highest office in America, for whom governance is not the goal but the means towards an end that benefits everyone; for whom the presidency is not a cash cow but a vehicle to ensure that democratic values are held sacred and every constitutional right enforced for the citizens of America and beyond. In you, President Trump, the settlers have a judge whose absolute, unwavering commitment to justice will reach them. In that sense they’re rich and the future is bright, for them and for all of us. Long live our Master, the Great Rebbe of Lubavitch King Messiah, forever! Rabbi Shaul Elkeslasi Chabad House of Pike County, Port Jervis & Deerpark
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Everything that is for the sake of G-d should be of the best and most beautiful. When one builds a house of prayer, it should be more beautiful than one's own dwelling. When one feeds the hungry, one should feed them of the best and sweetest of one's table. When one clothes the naked, one should clothe them with the finest of one's clothes. Whenever one designates something for a holy purpose, one should sanctify the finest of one's possessions; as it is written (Leviticus 3:16), "All the fat is to G-d." — Maimonides
This week’s Torah portion, Bhaalosicha- which means ‘when you raise up’, begins with the commandment to Aharon the High Priest to light the Menorah, the candelabrum holding the oil lamps in the Tabernacle, “tell Aharon… When you raise up (bhaalosicha) the candles…”. The Torah immediately continues with a verse about the making of the Menorah, “This is how you make the menorah, a block of gold, from its base until its flower, one block of gold.” Why does the Torah include a verse about the making of the menorah when this was already described in depth in the book of Shmos with all the other vessels and instruments that were used in the tabernacle? To answer this question we have to preface with another question. One of the 3 verses that describe the commandment of lighting the Menorah says, “towards the center of the menorah should the seven candle be lit”. this suggests that all the wicks of the 7 candles must face the center of the menorah, towards the middle arm. The inner reason that the menorah had 7 arms is that it represents ‘Knesset Yisroel’ the spiritual source of the Jewish people. In ‘Knesset Yisroel’ there are 7 different types of Jewish souls. Each candle (and its arm of the Menorah) represents a different type of spiritual style. On a human level, one person is generous. One person is judgmental etc… Why do all the candles have to point to the center? If you need unity, light one candle. If you want a variety of expressions, have different candles. Why require all the different candles to point to the center? We find our answer in the verse mentioned above, that the menorah was made from one solid block of gold. The seven arms were not different and separate from each other. The all came from one source. And the Torah goes farther. ‘Until its base, until its flower’, one piece of gold. Even the lowest part of the Menorah, all the smallest details all come from the same place. And when do the different arms fulfil their purpose? When they shine, when they light up the surroundings each in their individual way. It is true that there are differences with in the Jewish people, different ways to serve and connect to God, different ways that we lead our lives. Nothing could be clearer, everyone has their own style that are not always easy to relate to or compatible with us. Nevertheless, from their most inner root, they all come from one solid block. All the souls of the Jewish people come from one source, from Gd Himself, one Father for all of us. Any differences are external only. On the inside we are all one existence like the menorah, one complete piece, pure gold with no impurities. All we have to do is look. And as the verse says, even the Jews that come from the lowest level, from the base, are all part of this one system, are also make out of pure gold. Each of us is Gd’s handiwork. No matter how far off one might appear to be. Gershon Kitover was the brother in law of the Grand Rabbi, Rabbi Yisroel Baal Shem tov as well as an ardent chassid-follower. When he merited to go up to Israel, to join the Jewish community there, the Besh”t instructed him, while on his journey, to stay with a particular Jew. The Besh”t described this Jew as, ‘truly G-d fearing’, on an especially high spiritual level. As he was told R’ Gershon found this person and stayed with him in his home. He was surprised, even shocked at the types of people who were the neighbors of this Jew, people with terrible personal traits and actions that were clearly bad and inappropriate. R’ Gershon turned to his host and asked him, how can you be around people who behave so poorly? The man answered honestly, with no deceit of any kind, “when I know how full I am of negative traits that I have not yet succeeded in repairing, why would I look for lackings in others? Jewish tradition (Ethics of our fathers, chapter 4) tells us what is a good way that we should attach ourselves to? One of the answers is, ‘a good neighbor’. Most often people pick a place to live, rarely can we choose our neighbors. Chassidim say that when the Torah refers to a good neighbor it is not talking about the people who live close to us, it is talking about us! We should be the good neighbor. Shabbat Shalom. Shaul

The Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas was founded in August 2011, to address the growing need for a vibrant Sephardic congregation in the Far North Dallas.

The Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas was founded in August 2011, to address the growing need for a vibrant Sephardic congregation in the Far North Dallas area. We are a diverse and proactive group of people from Israel, Canada, Iran, Morocco and other places, and come from different religious and educational backgrounds. What brings us together is our love for Prayer and Torah study in the Sephardic tradition, and desire to impart our rich legacy to our children in a warm and positive environment. We pride ourselves on our welcoming and supportive atmosphere. All Jews are welcome to our services and programs, regardless of background, knowledge, and observance level. In order to adequately serve the diverse spectrum of our members and visitors, we put great effort in making our prayer services user-friendly and offering classes that cater to various interests and backgrounds. We passionately believe that each individual is truly special, and a unique asset to the community. We invite you to join us for a Shabbat. You will find yourself uplifted by melodious Sephardic prayers, fascinated by engaging sermons and discussion groups, and tantalized by scrumptious middle-eastern foods! Adults find just the right setting to recharge their spiritual batteries, and a truly warm group of people to socialize with. Children alike, love our array of programs specially designed for them. So please come spend some time with us, taste the sweetness of being part of a new and energetic community, and help us write the next exciting chapter in our history! Lehitra’ot!

[01/09/19]   Family Purity Class Series!

As customary during the weeks of Parashiot Shemot-Mishpatim (Shovavim), we are offering a comprehensive refresher course on the important topic of "Jewish Family Purity". There will be separate weekly classes for men and women covering the laws, customs and the philosophy of Tahorat Mishpaha. This is a great opportunity for both those who are learning the material for the first time, as well as those who wish to review this complex area of Jewish law. Adults ONLY Please.

Women's Classes:
Introductory Session: Tuesday, Jan 8, 8:00-9:00pm at the synagogue
Sessions 2, 3 & 4: Mondays Jan 14, 21 & 28, 8:00-9:00pm at the home of Dana Tabaria, 7110 Claren Ct, Dallas.

Men's Classes:
Thursdays Jan 10, 17, 24 and 31, 8:00-9:00pm at the synagogue

Chanuka 2018

Chanuka 2018

Exciting Hanuka Party Sun Dec 2!
We are happy to invite the community to an exciting Hanuka party with something for the whole family to enjoy!
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[09/07/18]   Schedule of Shabbat Services:

Erev Shabbat, Friday Sept 7th:
Shir Hashirim & Refreshments: 6:45pm
Minha: 7:00pm
Candle Lighting: 7:26pm

Shabbat Day, Sept 8th:
Shaharit: 8:45am (Baruch She’amar at 9:15am)
Deluxe Kiddush-lunch: 11:45am
Halacha Class: 5:45pm
Minha: 6:45pm, followed by Se'uda Shelish*t
Arvit: 8:20pm
End of Shabbat: 8:20pm (8:55 ac. to Rabbenu Tam)

Erev Rosh Hashana, Sun Sept 9th:
Candle Lighting: 7:23PM
Minha: 7:20PM
Ahot Ketana & Arvit: 7:50PM

1st Day Rosh Hashana, Mon Sept 10th:
Shaharit: 8:30AM
Teki’at Shofar: 11:30AM
Kiddush-lunch after services (approx. 1:30)
Shiur: 5:30PM
Minha: 6:40PM
Tashlich (location TBA): 7:25PM
Arvit: 8:00PM
Candle Lighting: After 8:17 (from existing flame)

2nd Day Rosh Hashana, Tues Sept 11th:
Shaharit: 8:30AM
Teki’at Shofar: 11:30AM
Shiur: 6:00PM
Minha: 7:15PM
Arvit & End of Yom Tov: 8:15PM

Tzom Gedalia (Fast Day) Wed Sept 12th:
Fast Begins: 5:54AM
Selihot: 5:30AM
Shaharit: 6:30AM
Minha: 7:15PM
Arvit: 7:45PM
Fast Ends: 8:08PM (8:15PM for those who have no difficulty fasting)

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Etrog & Lulav Sale! - Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas

Once again, we will be offering high-quality Etrog sets (the Four Species) for the Holiday of Sukkot. Each Etrog is checked by Rabbi Sionit and hand-picked for being clean and shapely. Please order your sets TODAY
Deadline for orders is Tzom Gedalia, Wed Sept 12.
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[09/05/18]   TONIGHT: Rosh Hashana Lunch RSVP Deadline
Due to the limited space, everyone interested in High Holiday seats or attending the lunch is encouraged to reserve ASAP.
Special pre Rosh Hashana Collection for the Needy in Israel
is now underway. The funds will be distributed to verified needy families and individuals in Israel by Rabbi Yehiel Boosi, a distinguished community leader (and connected to some of our community members). To donate towards this great cause or for more info, please reach Rabbi Sionit at (917) 678-0385 or Michael genish at (707) 217-3495.

[05/18/18]   Schedule of Shabbat & Hag Services:

Erev Shabbat, Friday May 18th:
Shir Hashirim & Refreshments: 6:45pm
Minha: 7:00pm
Candle Lighting: 8:03pm

Shabbat Day & Erev Shavu'ot, May 19th:
Shaharit: 8:45am (Baruch She’amar at 9:15am)
Kiddush-lunch: 11:45am
Minha: 8:00pm, NO SE'UDA SHELISH*T at synagogue
Halachic Discourse: 8:30pm (on the origins and the beauty of the custom to stay awake and study on Shavu'ot night)
Arvit Shel Hag: 8:55pm
Candle Lighting (from existing flame): Not before 9:04pm (9:34pm ac. to Rabbenu Tam)

1st Day Shavu'ot, Sunday, May 20th:
Shaharit: 5:25am (right after night learning)
Special Kiddush (gourmet cheesecakes!) After the services
Special Class on Laws of Yom Tov: 7:00pm
Minha: 8:05pm, followed by Arvit
Candle Lighting (from existing flame): Not before 9:05pm (9:35 ac. to Rabbenu Tam)

2nd Day Shavu'ot, Monday, May 21st:
Shaharit: 9:00am (Baruch She’amar 9:30am)
No Kiddush-lunch at the synagogue
Class on Laws of Yom Tov: 7:00pm
Minha: 8:05pm
Arvit: 9:05pm
End of Yom Tov: 9:05pm (9:35 ac. to Rabbenu Tam)

[05/04/18]   Schedule of Shabbat Services & Classes:

Erev Shabbat, Friday May 4th:
Shir Hashirim & Refreshments: 6:45pm
Minha: 7:00pm
Candle Lighting: 7:53pm

Shabbat Day, May 5th:
Shaharit: 8:45am (Baruch She’amar at 9:15am)
Deluxe Kiddush-lunch: 11:45am
Halacha Class: 6:00pm
Minha: 7:20pm, followed by Se'uda Shelish*t
Arvit: 8:53pm
End of Shabbat: 8:53pm (9:25 ac. to Rabbenu Tam)

[05/02/18]   Lag ba'Omer Picnic Cancelled!

Due to severely inclement weather predictions for tomorrow afternoon, unfortunately we need to cancel the Lag ba'Omer picnic.

All payments already made will be refunded shortly.

Apologies for any inconvenience, and wishing everyone a happy, safe and meaningful Lag ba'Omer.

Exciting Lag ba'Omer Picnic This Thurs MAY 3rd with Something for the Whole Family!!
Lower Admission Fees with Advance RSVP!
Reserve your spot NOW!

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#keepingittogether #shabbatproject. Challah bake at the Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas.

What an Amazing Campaign!!

Thanks to the continued outpouring of generosity from many wonderful people, we were able to run a successful bonus round, and a total of $212,000 was raised for the synagogue! We can't wait to put these funds into great use by expanding and enhancuing our services to the communikty.

Sephardic Torah is truly blessed with amazing congregants, supporters and friends! May all those who contributed in any way be blessed with ever-growing health, prosperity and success in their endeavors, Amen.

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Please click NOW on the link below to donate. Please share this email with your family and friends and encourage them to participate in this one-time opportunity.

Thank you and tizku lemitzvot for enabling STCD to expand our impact in serving the Greater Dallas Jewish Community.

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Tomorrow, Wed July 19th starting at 1:00pm , YOU will have the special opportunity to make a real difference for Sephardic Torah Center!

Using Charidy as our fundraising platform, we are aiming to raise $200,000 within 24 hours!!

We have 3 groups of generous benefactors who will match your donation. That means that for every dollar that you give during this campaign, Sephardic Torah Center will get $4. This is an incredible opportunity to enable us to raise our services to the community to the next level, as we look to expand our facilities and staff. We are relying on your generosity to make it happen!

Keep an eye on your inbox! Tomorrow at 1:00pm you will receive an email with the link to the donation page. Please log on to donate and pass on the link to others.

Thank you and Tizku Lemitzvot!

Mazal Tov to John and Esther on their wedding.

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[03/10/16]   Thank You!!
Thanks to the amazing outpouring of generosity from so many wonderful people, we reached and surpassed our goal in raising significant funds for the synagogue! We understand and appreciate the sacrifice it takes to make these donations. Your contributions will now allow us continue and enhance our services to the growing community. May all the donors be blessed with immeasurable health, prosperity and success, and may the Sephardic Torah Center have the continued merit to be a source of education, inspiration and unity to the greater community, Amen.

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Tonight at 8! Note the time change.

18282 Meandering Way, Dallas 75252.

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[03/09/16]   We are now quarter of the way to our goal thanks to the generosity of many quick donors! Please donate now, and help our exciting campaign race to meet and surpass our goal TODAY !

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Dear friends,

Opportunity is knocking, and the challenge is upon us!

We have set a goal to raise $100,000 in 24 hours, starting NOW! Thanks to 3 groups of generous matchers, your donation is worth 4x as much today! For example:
$36 x 4 = $144
$180 x 4 = $720
$360 x 4 = $1,440
$1,000 x 4 = $4,000
Here’s the catch:
IT'S ALL OR NOTHING! If we don’t reach our goal within the next 24 hours, all donations will be returned. We are relying on your generosity to help reach our goal, which will enable us to continue and enhance our services to the growing community. Once you donate, please be sure to forward this email or otherwise share the link below with others. Many thanks, tizku lemitzvot, and ever-growing blessings upon you, Amen.

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[03/08/16]   Dear Friend,

Tomorrow, Wed March 9th, starting at noon , YOU will have the special opportunity to make a real difference for Sephardic Torah Center!

Using Charidy as our fundraising platform, we are aiming to raise $100,000 within 24 hours!!

We have 3 groups of generous benefactors who have pledged to quadruple your donation. That means that for every dollar that you give, Sephardic Torah Center will get $4. This is an incredible opportunity to enable us to raise our services to the community to the next level, and we are relying on your generosity to make it happen!

Keep an eye on your inbox! Tomorrow at noon you will receive an email with the link to the donation page.

Stay tuned!

Get ready! This Wednesday March 9th, something huge is happening for the benefit of Sephardic Torah Center! We can't share any more details quite yet! Please look out for a follow-up email or post tomorrow that will give you more information about what we have planned, and be sure to pass on the news!

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Life After Death?! Take It From Someone Experienced!!
We are pleased to have Rabbi Alon Anava share his spellbinding story with us in both English and Hebrew in separate talks this Sunday, Jan 17th. Alon Anava is the survivor of a near-death experience, who miraculously returned to life with vivid memories of his experience in the "other world" and an unshakable resolve to change his life! Ever since, he has been sharing his story, captivating and uplifting audiences internationally. Please note the updated schedule:

Both talks on Sunday Jan 17th
In English, at the Gedalia home, 17719 Cedar Creek Canyon Dr, Dallas, TX 75252
12:00pm brunch
1:00-2:00pm lecture. Q & A follows

In Hebrew, at Chabad of Dallas, 6710 Levelland Road, Dalas TX 75252
7:30-9:00pm lecture. Q & A follows.

שלום וברכה לכולם. בעזרת השם ביום ראשון הקרוב יש הזדמנות נדירה לשמוע את סיפורו המדהים של אלון ענווה ישר מפיו פה בדאלאס! אלון ענווה עבר מוות קליני ודרך ניסים חזר לחיים עם זכרונות ברורות מחווייתו בעולם "האחר". מאז הוא מספר את חווייתו המקסים והשינוי היסודי שהוא עשה בחייו בעקבותיו. הוא ינאום בעברית באנגלית בשתי שיחות שונות ביום ראשון הזה, 17 בינואר. תכנית:
באנגלית:
At the Gedalia home, 17719 Cedar Creek Canyon Dr, Dallas TX 75252, at 1:00pm
בעברית:
בחבד של דאלאס:
6710 Levelland Road, Dallas TX 75252, at 7:30pm
יהיה הזדמנות לשאלות ותשובות אחר שתי השיחות. למבוגרים בלבד.

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Wonderful Chanukah party. Thanks everyone for joining.

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[10/25/15]   Sorry, due to a schedule conflict, tomorrow night's tefilla class will begin at 8:00 pm instead of 8:30.

[10/25/15]   Dear ladies,

You are invited to join in our study of tefilla! We will be resuming with learning the Amida prayer (Shemona Esrei), the pinnacle and essence of the prayer services. There will be approximately 4 more classes to this Tefilla series, that will take place on Monday evenings. The classes are tentatively scheduled for Mondays: Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 16, Nov. 30.

The first class will be:
Tomorrow evening, 8:30 pm
STCD, 6715 Levelland Rd.

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