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Candle Lighting                         4:20 pm
Mincha                                      4:25 pm
Evening Shema after                5:21 pm
Hashkama                                7:00 am
Parsha Shiur                             8:40 pm
Main Shul                                 9:00 am
Morning Shma before              9:14 am
Youth Groups                          10:00 am
Mincha                                     2:15 & 4:10 pm
Maariv/ Havdala                      5:20 pm

YIPC would like to welcome the participants of the Bruriah Shabbaton.  Special welcome to Rabbi Menachem Nissel who is joining the Bruriah Shabbaton.
Mazal Tov to Kashi and Aryeh Grossman on the upcoming marriage of their son Yoseph to Rina Zeilingold. The Grossmans invite everyone to kiddush at 37 Amsterdam Ave. in honor of Yoseph's aufruf.
Mazel Tov to our 1st -3rd grade boys and Mr. Chaim Solomon on completing the “Know Navi” book one. They have learned through story the sefarim of Yehoshua, Shoftim, and Shmuel Aleph.
Baruch Dayan Haemes: We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Shirley Sugarman, Sara Yehudis bas Chaim, mother of Rhonda Weinraub and Lynda Sapperstein.  The funeral took place on Tuesday. Shiva will be at the Weinraub home, 45 Amsterdam Ave. Shiva Hours will be as follows Friday: 9:00AM - 2:00 PM, Motzei Shabbos: 7:00-10:00PM, Sunday: 9:00AM -10:00 PM.  May the family be consoled among the mourners of Tzion & Yerushalayim.

Kabbalas Shabbos Shiur- Rabbi Glasser will be giving the final shiur in his Kabbolas Shabbos series this Wednesday evening November 21st at 8:15pm followed by Maariv at 9:00pm.  The shiur will focus on exploring the deeper messages contained within the text we are all familiar with, and how we can use Kabbalas Shabbos to transition from the intensity of the work-week to the serenity of Shabbos.  Men and Women are encouraged to attend.
To listen to the previous shiurim

Pre-Chanukah Youth Event: Attention 1st-6th graders!  Chanukah is almost here & we are getting into the spirit!  Join us for a pre-Chanukah celebration on Wednesday November 28th from 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM in our social hall.  Participate in a Chanukah challenge, make a real, usable menorah, snack on doughnuts & hear an amazing story Cost: $8 per child, max of $24 per family.  Advance registration is required! We can't accept people at the door. Registration in advance required at BONUS CHESED OPPORTUNITY: Join the YIPC Youth Department Chanukah Toy Drive that will benefit the Passaic/Clifton Bikur Cholim Toy Drive!  Please consider bringing a new toy/craft/game or even gift card. Morah Sara will then drop everything off. Questions/Info: Contact Sara Younger, our Youth Director, at
Save the Dates for the following upcoming events: Dec. 9 - Chanukah Party, Dec. 22 - Women's Night Out
Fall/Winter Learning Opportunities: The YIPC education committee is hard at work preparing an exciting schedule of learning opportunities (which will include a variety of Shiurim/topics/speakers, etc) throughout the fall/winter. A full schedule will be distributed soon.  For more information, to suggest future topics, or to sponsor a Shiur, please contact
Security Reminder: The exterior doors of the shul will generally remain locked during regular Shabbos and weekday minyanim and shiurim.  Access to the shul building will be restricted to entry via the electronic combination code on the front doors (on weekdays) and via the mechanical combination code on the side door (on Shabbos or weekdays).  The combination for the electronic lock will be given to people who request it in order to attend minyanim or shiurim during the week. Please continue to contribute to our security in the following ways: Make sure that exterior doors close and lock behind you whenever you enter or exit the building.  Do not prop open any exterior doors, even “just for a minute”, and if you see a propped or open door, close it. Make sure that your children are next to you in shul or are in youth groups and are not roaming around unsupervised inside or outside the building. When something does not look right, report it to the appropriate authorities and to shul leadership.  We understand that this policy may cause some inconvenience, and appreciate your patience and understanding. We will continue to update you as we begin to implement additional changes or enhancements.
If you have any questions please contact Ammiel Bachrach ( or Moshe Stareshefsky (
Weekday Maariv Reminder: Every Monday-Thursday night YIPC will be having a 9pm Maariv minyan.  Please make every effort to make this minyan your priority.

Mon, November 19 2018 11 Kislev 5779