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Two New Series of Shiurim on Tefillah

 

YIPC is excited to announce that Rabbi Glasser will be giving two series of Shiurim about tefillah. Each shiur will reflect upon an individual topic within tefilah, and can be appreciated independent of the others in the series. 

Shalosh Seudos: This Shabbos, Rabbi Glasser will continue his tefillah series, Rav Soloveitchik on Tefillah: Reflections and Insights from the Rav. The shiur will take place during Shalosh Seudos in the social hall. Men and women are invited.

Wednesday Nights at 8:15pm: Rabbi Glasser will continue his series of shiurim this Wednesday at 8:15pm on the topic of “Making Tefilah Meaningful: Shemonah Esrei”. The series will continue on the following dates November 27 & December 4, 11. Maariv will follow at 9:00pm. Men and Women are invited. Here is the link to the November 13th shiur 

https://www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/936682/rabbi-yaakov-glasser/making-tefillah-meaningful-shemonah-esrei-i/ .

Looking forward to seeing you there 

WELCOME TO THE YOUNG ISRAEL OF PASSAIC-CLIFTON!

For more than half a century, the Young Israel of Passaic-Clifton has been known as a welcoming community comprised of people devoted to Torah, Tefillah, Chesed, and valuing diversity.

Led by Rabbi Yaakov Glasser, we offer daily Minyanim, Shiurim throughout the week, a vibrant youth department (including Shabbos morning groups) and programming for the entire family.

We encourage you to experience our community first-hand, and look forward to welcoming you into our growing YIPC family.

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Sat, December 7 2019 9 Kislev 5780