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ב”ה

Jewish

CALENDAR

& PROGRAM GUIDE

5783-2022/2023

LANDSCAPES

of Israel

CHABAD OF SOUTH PALM BEACH

224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462

(561) 889-3499 • info@chabadspb.org

www.ChabadSPB.org


Dear Friends,

This year has a unique status - it is the HAKHEL year. This

may be a new term for us, but it was very familiar to the

Jewish people living in Israel before the destruction of

the 2nd Temple.

In ancient Israel, every person in the nation of Israel,

irrespective of age, would gather in Jerusalem once in 7

years over the holiday of Sukkot. In a re-creation of the

giving of the Torah at Sinai, they would stand together

and listen to the words of Torah being read by the King. Their unity, sense of purpose, and

connection would fuel them for the next 7 years.

At Chabad, our goal is to “Gather the Nation,” bringing Jewish people of all backgrounds

and ages together to delight in our unity, commonality, and shared purpose.

A warm, personal

welcome irrespective

of background

and affiliation.

A joyous ambience

permeated

with faith, optimism,

and love.

AT CHABAD,

YOU CAN EXPECT...

An open and

nonjudgmental

sense of

community.

Good food,

conversation,

and friendship.

If you have participated in Chabad programs, you know what we mean. If you haven’t as

of yet, please see this as your personal invitation to gather with our nation to celebrate our

beautiful heritage at Chabad.

Wishing you a Sweet, New Year,

Rabbi Leibel Stolik | Director

Shaina Stolik | Program Director

STAY INFORMED OF CHABAD LECTURES & PROGRAMS

Visit WWW.CHABADSPB.ORG

To Join our Email List: info@chabadspb.org | 561-889-3499

THIS CALENDAR IS DEDICATED TO THE

LUBAVITCHER REBBE

RABBI MENACHEM M. SCHNEERSOHN

Chabad of South Palm Beach is the local affiliate of the largest Jewish

outreach, education, and charitable network in the world. Chabad

philosophy recognizes the inherent spirituality of each individual and the

infinite power of each act of goodness to transform the world.

Chabad of South Palm Beach is located in

the PLAZA DEL MAR in ManalaApan, FL,

opposite the Eau Palm Beach Resort.


Shabbat Services

Saturdays at 9:30 AM

Whether you are new to the Synagogue or a

Minyan pro, you will enjoy Chabad’s friendly

and fulfilling services. A delicious Kiddush

luncheon follows services.

In season, Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat

Service is at candle lighting time.

To reserve a Kiddush, call 561-351-1633

Heritage Shabbat Dinners

Explore the fascinating cultural heritage and

cuisine of Jewish communities throughout

the world at our much anticipated

community Shabbat dinners.

DELICIOUS. DELIGHTFUL. DIVINE.

November 11 - Veterans Day Shabbat

December 2 - Vegan Shabbat Dinner

January 6 - A celebration of Zichron Yaakov,

Israeli wine, and olive oil

February 17 - A Persian Shabbat

March 17 - Three minutes in Poland

April 28 - Southern Charm Shabbat

Sunday Minyan & Brotherhood Bagel

Breakfast

Sundays in Season at 9 am

Start your week on a spiritual high. Wrap

Tefillin and enjoy a breakfast of fresh brewed

coffee, bagels, and shmears.

Sunday Breakfast Sponsorship-$100. Call 561-

351-1633 to sponsor.

Jewish Holidays

At Chabad, Jewish holidays are cherished

& celebrated joyously & lavishly! Sukkah

Soirees, Chanukah Concert, Menorah

Lightings, Purim Bash, Passover Seder, and

Shavuot dairy luncheons are some of the

ways we delight in our wonderful Chagim.

Soup & Study

Wednesdays at 11 AM

Join Rabbi Stolik as we gather each week

for informative and relevant Parsha study

enhanced by delicious homemade soups

and snacks. Classes are open to all. There is

no charge to participate.

Loaves of Love

In its fifth successful year, Chabad’s Loaves of

Love program generates joy and connection

as volunteers bring Challahs to seniors and

those in need of some Challah love. Every

Friday, there is a Challah Drive-By at Chabad

from 12:30 PM - 2 PM.

Get involved by volunteering or sponsoring.


The Jewish Learning Institute

JLI makes Jewish learning accessible &

personally meaningful to every jew, regardless

of background or affiliation. JLI’s much lauded

courses combine multimedia presentation

and text-based learning to appeal to beginning

students and those with years of prior study.

Tuesday evenings at 7 PM.

My G-d: Defining the Divine Nov 8 - Dec 13

Book Smart: A panoramic overview of 3000

years of Jewish learning Jan 31 - March 7

Jewpernatural: Astrology, Superstition, and the

Paranormal in Jewish Belief May 2 - May 23

Rosh Chodesh Society

The Rosh Chodesh Society is a global

initiative that aims to give Jewish women

the gift of a meaningful connection to

her birthright, an awareness of who she

is, and the tools with which to access her

unique abilities and inner spirit through

cutting-edge adult education. The Rosh

Chodesh Society meets seven times a year

on Wednesday prior to Rosh Chodesh for a

women’s evening of learning, socializing, and

nashing.

Wednesdays at 7 pm: Nov 30, Dec 21

(Chanukah), Jan 18, Feb 22, Mar 22, Apr 19,

May 17

Annual membership: $118 (Textbook

included) Per diem: $20

Game Day Monday

Chabad’s popular Game Day is now on

Monday afternoon! Enjoy friendly play and

socializing, delicious snacks, and fresh coffee

from 1 pm to 4 pm. $7 per session. $5 with

advance ticket purchase. For info call Phyllis

at 646-522-6023.

Adult Education

Lectures, cooking demos, scholars in

residence, Hebrew language, & text based

Torah classes feed our curiosity & inspire our

Judaism. Make sure that you are on Chabad’s

email list for updates.

Serfaty Film Series:

“Hollywood Goes Jewish”

Film enthusiast Abraham Serfaty shares his

love of cinema with the Palm Beach community.

Abraham’s introduction and post-film discussion

enhance the feature films. Snacks and

beverages served, $5 suggested donation.

Judgment at Nuremberg Feb 1

Driving Miss Daisy Feb 15

The Chosen March 1

The Concert March 15

Wow - Women of Wisdom

Not to be missed gatherings and outings

for women. Whether it’s jewelry making,

an acrylic art pour, apple strudel baking, or

candle creation, W.O.W. events are full of fun,

meaning, and friendship.


Chabad Brotherhood

The Sunday morning Minyan & breakfast is

a brotherhood initiative. “How nice it is when

brothers sit together.”

Tefillin / Mezuzahs

Have Mezuzah, will travel. The Rabbi is

available to make sure that your home is

graced with a Kosher Mezuzah. For help with

placement of Mezuzahs and to check the

status of your Mezuzahs or Tefillin, reach out

to Rabbi Stolik at 561-889-3499.

S.K.I.P.

Seniors & Kids Intergenerational

Programming at the Carlisle, Palm Beach

This beautiful program fosters meaningful

interactions as seniors and youngsters come

together to celebrate their shared Jewish

heritage.

Passover “Seder in a Bag” & Maos Chitim

Chabad volunteers distribute Kosher for

Passover food and Seder essentials to

residents of the coastal communities that

would not otherwise celebrate Passover. Тhis

effort is supported by Maos Chitim donations

from the community.

The Volunteers

Chabad runs on the volunteers. If it is

staffing the Judaica shop, helping with

kiddush and event set up, or delivering

challahs to the homebound, Chabad

volunteers contribute so much to the

community.To volunteer, call 561-351-1633.

Judaica Store

The Chabad sisterhood staffs a lovely Judaica

shop that is updated each holiday. Hours are

currently by appointment only. To shop, call

Sheila at 561-685-6979 or Phyllis at 646-522-

6023


SEPTEMBER 2022

ELUL 5782–TISHREI 5783

THE SHOFAR

The Torah calls Rosh Hashanah the “day of the shofar

blast.” The central mitzvah of Rosh Hashanah (the

Jewish New Year) is to hear the shofar being

blown—ideally as part of the prayer service in the

synagogue. There are many explanations as to why

we blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah. Perhaps the

most important of them is that we use it as a trumpet

to crown G-d as the King over the entire universe.

Pictured: Beautiful sunrise over

Masada fortress

Elva & Denny

Culbertson

Linda Eisen

Paula and David

Ellis

Adele & Derek

Enlander

Rhonda Falk

Lisa & Ira Gerstein

Daphne Grad &

David Magun

Florence and

Yaakov Green

Mike Greenstein

Alice & Bernie

Hall

Mary Hirsch

Marla Kaufman

Zona Kaufman

Esther Ophir

Sue & Allan

Rosenthal

Sheila Russo

Toby & Jerry

Saval

Karen & Michael

Shapiro

Leibel & Shaina

Stolik

Allisa and Moshe

Vessal

Reghina Wacs &

Arie Toren

Anyse Winston


SEPTEMBER 2022

ELUL 5782 - TISHREI 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

4

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

4 7:01 10:08 1:19 1:51 7:37 8:01

11 7:04 10:08 1:16 1:48 7:29 7:53

18 7:07 10:09 1:14 1:46 7:21 7:45

25 7:10 10:09 1:11 1:43 7:13 7:37

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

8 Elul

5

9 Elul

Labor Day

6

10 Elul

Honor a loved one

or mark a happy occasion

by dedicating a leaf on the

7

TREE OF LIFE.

Reserve Yours

(561) 351-1633

11 Elul

1

8

5 Elul

12 Elul

2

9

Candle Lighting: 7:21 PM

6 Elul

13 Elul

3

10

Shoftim

Ki Teitzei

7 Elul

Avot 6

Shabbat Ends: 8:13 PM

14 Elul

Avot 1 & 2

Yahrtzeit of Joel Barry Shapiro

Candle Lighting: 7:13 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:05 PM

11

15 Elul

12

16 Elul

13

17 Elul

14

18 Elul

Chai Elul

15

19 Elul

16

20 Elul

17

21 Elul

Selichot Tonight

Avot 3 & 4

Ki Tavo

Candle Lighting: 7:05 PM

Shabbat Ends: 7:57 PM

18

22 Elul

19

23 Elul

20

24 Elul

21

25 Elul

22

26 Elul

23

27 Elul

24

28 Elul

Avot 5 & 6

Nitzavim

Molad: Sunday, 9/25 at 9:00 (6 chalakim) PM

25

29 Elul

Rosh Hashanah Eve

Happy Birthday Holden Hirsch

26

1 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

2 Tishrei 3 Tishrei

27 Rosh Hashanah 28 Fast of Gedalia 29 30

Yahrtzeit of Doris Levy

5:59 AM - 7:34 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:58 PM

4 Tishrei 5 Tishrei

Yahrtzeit of Errol Dobelle

Yahrtzeit of Golda Laufer

Shabbat Ends: 7:49 PM

Buy your very own

Lulav & Etrog...

Call Now!

561-889-3499

Candle Lighting: 6:55 PM Candle Lighting: after 7:46 PM

Holiday Ends: 7:45 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:50 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


OCTOBER

TISHREI - CHESHVAN

SUKKOT

The Festival of Sukkot is observed through the

performance of three mitzvot:

Sukkah: For the duration of the holiday it is a mitzvah

to eat in a Sukkah, a temporary hut covered by loose

tree branches.

Lulav & Etrog: Each day of the festival (except

Shabbat) we take the “four species” and shake them

together.

Joy: The overarching mitzvah of Sukkot is joy. When

our Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, men and women,

young and old would join in music, dancing and

juggling for all seven days of the festival!

Pictured: Farmlands of Northern Israel

My G-d

My G-d

Defining the Divine

JLI - My G-d

6 Tuesday, Defining beginning the Novemer Divine

8th at 7 pm. Chabadspb.org/jli

A new six-session course

A new six-session course

www.chabadspb.org/JLI

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Six Tuesdays, beginning Novemer 8th 7:00–8:30PM

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OCTOBER 2022

TISHREI - CHESHVAN 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

2

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

2 7:13 10:09 1:09 1:40 7:06 7:29

9 7:17 10:10 1:07 1:37 6:58 7:22

16 7:20 10:11 1:05 1:35 6:51 7:15

23 7:24 10:12 1:04 1:34 6:45 7:09

30 7:28 10:14 1:03 1:32 6:39 7:03

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

7 Tishrei

3

8 Tishrei

4

9 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Eve

5

10 Tishrei

Yom Kippur

Yizkor

Join us for the celebration of the year!

6

October 17 at 7:30 pm

11 Tishrei

7

12 Tishrei

1

8

6 Tishrei

Shabbat Shuva

Vayeilech

Shabbat Ends: 7:41 PM

Ha'azinu

13 Tishrei

Happy Birthday Rhonda Falk

Fast & Candle Lighting: 6:45 PM Fast & Holiday End: 7:37 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:42 PM

Shabbat Ends: 7:33 PM

9

14 Tishrei

Sukkot Eve

10

15 Tishrei

Sukkot

Columbus Day

11

16 Tishrei

Sukkot

12

17 Tishrei

Sukkot

1 st Intermediate Day

13

18 Tishrei

Sukkot

2 nd Intermediate Day

14

19 Tishrei

Sukkot

3 rd Intermediate Day

15

20 Tishrei

Sukkot

4 th Intermediate Day

Candle Lighting: 6:40 PM

Candle Lighting: after 7:31 PM

Holiday Ends: 7:30 PM

Yahrtzeit of Nathan Ziff

Candle Lighting: 6:35 PM

Shabbat Ends: 7:27 PM

16

21 Tishrei

Sukkot

Hoshana Rabbah

17

22 Tishrei

Shemini Atzeret

Yizkor

18

23 Tishrei

Simchat Torah

19

24 Tishrei

20

25 Tishrei

21

26 Tishrei

22

27 Tishrei

Blessing of the New Month

Bereishit

Molad: Tuesday, 10/25 at 9:44 (7 chalakim) AM

23

Candle Lighting: 6:33 PM Candle Lighting: after 7:25 PM

Holiday Ends: 7:24 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:28 PM

28 Tishrei

Happy Birthday Jonathan Abram

24

5 Cheshvan

30 31

Yahrtzeit of Sholom bar Surye Elizarov

Yahrtzeit of Louis Shapiro

Happy Birthday David Ellis

29 Tishrei

6 Cheshvan

25

30 Tishrei

Rosh Chodesh

Happy Birthday Carole Abram

26

1 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

27

Happy Birthday Norma

Wasserman

2 Cheshvan

28

3 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:23 PM

29

Shabbat Ends: 7:20 PM

Noach

4 Cheshvan

Shabbat Ends: 7:15 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


NOVEMBER

CHESHVAN - KISLEV

SAFED

Safed, one of the four holy cities in Israel, is

considered the most mystical one and has always

been important to the Jewish people.

It was home to famous scholars and kabbalists

throughout the centuries, including Rabbi Yosef

Caro, Rabbi Moshe Cordovero, Rabbi Chaim Vital, the

Alshich, and Rabbi Isaac Luria, known as the Arizal.

Pictured: The Hills of Ancient Safed

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NOVEMBER 2022

CHESHVAN - KISLEV 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

6 6:33 9:16 12:03 12:32 5:34 5:59

13 6:38 9:19 12:04 12:32 5:31 5:56

20 6:43 9:22 12:05 12:34 5:28 5:54

27 6:49 9:26 12:07 12:35 5:27 5:53

1

7 Cheshvan

2

8 Cheshvan

3

9 Cheshvan

4

10 Cheshvan

5

Lech Lecha

11 Cheshvan

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

Candle Lighting: 6:18 PM

Shabbat Ends: 7:11 PM

6

12 Cheshvan

DST Ends

7

13 Cheshvan

8

14 Cheshvan

9

15 Cheshvan

10

16 Cheshvan

11

17 Cheshvan

Veterans Day

12

18 Cheshvan

Vayeira

Yahrtzeit of Sara Ziff

Happy Birthday Paula Ellis

Candle Lighting: 5:14 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:07 PM

13

19 Cheshvan

14

20 Cheshvan

15

21 Cheshvan

16

22 Cheshvan

17

23 Cheshvan

18

24 Cheshvan

19

25 Cheshvan

Blessing of the New Month

Chayei Sarah

Yahrtzeit of Yoseph Cassel

Candle Lighting: 5:11 PM

Happy Birthday Karen Shapiro

Shabbat Ends: 6:05 PM

20

26 Cheshvan

21

27 Cheshvan

22

28 Cheshvan

23

29 Cheshvan

24

30 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

Thanksgiving Day

25

1 Kislev

Rosh Chodesh

26

Toldot

2 Kislev

Molad: Wednesday, 11/23 at 10:28 (8 chalakim) PM

27

3 Kislev

28

Yahrtzeit of Asher Tevjovits

4 Kislev

Yahrtzeit of Muriel Brownstein

29

5 Kislev

30

6 Kislev

Candle Lighting: 5:09 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:04 PM

Nov. 30

To Believe

or Not to Believe

in Yourself

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org

How to Achieve

Self-Mastery

www.chabadspb.org/rcs


DECEMBER

KISLEV - TEVET

CHANUKAH

During the time of the Second Temple, the Jews

fought the Greeks who were threatening the spiritual

existence of Judaism. After a completely miraculous

victory, the Jews were once again reunited with their

precious Temple. With no usable olive oil for the holy

Menorah, but for one small jug, G-d performed yet

another miracle and that jug of oil lasted 8 nights

instead of one. Donuts fried in oil are customary

Chanukah treats to remind us of this great miracle.

Pictured: Chanukah Menorahs Outside

Jewish Homes in Jerusalem

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TO ENHANCE YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS


DECEMBER 2022

KISLEV - TEVET 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

4

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

4 6:54 9:30 12:10 12:38 5:27 5:53

11 6:59 9:34 12:13 12:41 5:29 5:55

18 7:03 9:38 12:17 12:44 5:31 5:57

25 7:06 9:41 12:20 12:47 5:35 6:01

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

10 Kislev

5

11 Kislev

HERITAGE SHABBAT DINNER

Delicious, Delightful, Divine

VEGAN

SHABBAT

6

FRIDAY, DEC. 2

12 Kislev

7

13 Kislev

1

8

7 Kislev

14 Kislev

2

9

8 Kislev

Candle Lighting: 5:09 PM

15 Kislev

3

10

Vayeitzei

Yahrtzeit of Sol Rosenthal

Vayishlach

9 Kislev

Shabbat Ends: 6:04 PM

16 Kislev

Yahrtzeit of Ruth Falk

Yahrtzeit of Lawrence Levy

Candle Lighting: 5:10 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:06 PM

11

17 Kislev

12

18 Kislev

13

19 Kislev

Yud Tes Kislev

14

20 Kislev

Chof Kislev

15

21 Kislev

16

22 Kislev

17

23 Kislev

Blessing of the New Month

Vayeishev

Yahrtzeit of Francis Rosenthal

Candle Lighting: 5:12 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:08 PM

18

24 Kislev

19

25 Kislev

Chanukah

20

26 Kislev

Chanukah

21

22

27 Kislev

28 Kislev

Chanukah Chanukah

23

29 Kislev

Chanukah

24

30 Kislev

Chanukah

Rosh Chodesh

Mikeitz

Molad: Friday, 12/23 at 11:12 (9 chalakim) AM

25

1 st Light Tonight 2 nd Light Tonight 3 rd Light Tonight

1 Tevet

Chanukah

Rosh Chodesh

8 th Light Tonight

26

2 Tevet

Chanukah

27

Yahrtzeit of Sol Drogin

3 Tevet

Happy Birthday Sam Hirsch

Happy Birthday 4 th Light Tonight 5 th Light Tonight

Shayna Fisher

28

4 Tevet

29

5 Tevet

30

6 th Light Tonight

Candle Lighting: 5:16 PM

6 Tevet

Yahrtzeit of Aaron Moskovitz

Candle Lighting: 5:20 PM

Yahrtzeit of Sophia Braverman

31

Vayigash

7 th Light Tonight

Shabbat Ends: 6:12 PM

7 Tevet

Shabbat Ends: 6:16 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


JANUARY

TEVET - SHEVAT

TZEDAKA

Tzedaka is commonly translated as charity, but really

means “justice” or “righteousness”.

In Judaism, giving to people in need is not merely a

kind thing to do, but rather the just, right behavior.

Everything in our lives is a gift from G-d, including

the money we earn. G-d has granted us this money,

and in doing so, has asked us to partner with Him

in distributing to those in need. Every coin we give

to the less fortunate allows us to become partners

with G-d in providing for the needs of another. In

a metaphorical sense, the act of Tzedaka raises us

up and empowers us to act as the hand of G-d by

distributing the money to those whom G-d has

intended.

Pictured: Israel's Mediterranean Coast

Book Smart Book Smart

Course through Judaism’s most important titles

Course through Judaism’s and the most authors important who inscribed titles them

and the authors who inscribed them

Six Tuesdays

A beginning new six-session January 31 course

st 7:00PM

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JANUARY 2023 TEVET - SHEVAT 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

1

8 Tevet

New Year's Day

2

9 Tevet

3

10 Tevet

Fast of Asara BeTevet

5:51 AM - 6:06 PM

4

11 Tevet

5

12 Tevet

6

13 Tevet

7

14 Tevet

Vayechi

Happy Birthday Arona Rosenthal

Candle Lighting: 5:25 PM

Yahrzeit of Burt D. Wasserman

Shabbat Ends: 6:21 PM

8

15 Tevet

9

16 Tevet

10

17 Tevet

11

18 Tevet

12

19 Tevet

13

20 Tevet

14

21 Tevet

Shemot

Candle Lighting: 5:30 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:26 PM

15

22 Tevet

16

23 Tevet

MLK Day

17

24 Tevet

18

25 Tevet

19

26 Tevet

20

27 Tevet

21

28 Tevet

Blessing of the New Month

Va'eira

Happy Birthday Stefanie Abram

Candle Lighting: 5:35 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:31 PM

22

29 Tevet

23

1 Shevat

Rosh Chodesh

24

2 Shevat

25

3 Shevat

26

4 Shevat

27

5 Shevat

28

6 Shevat

Bo

Molad: Shabbat, 1/21, 11:56 (10 chalakim) PM

29

7 Shevat

30

8 Shevat

Happy Birthday Esther Ophir

31

9 Shevat

Yahrtzeit of Frank Braverman

HERITAGE SHABBAT DINNER

Delicious, Delightful, Divine

A CELEBRATION OF

ZICHRON YAAKOV

FRIDAY, JAN. 6

Candle Lighting: 5:41 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:36 PM

1 7:09 9:44 12:23 12:51 5:39 6:05

8 7:10 9:46 12:27 12:54 5:44 6:10

15 7:10 9:48 12:29 12:57 5:49 6:15

22 7:09 9:48 12:32 1:00 5:55 6:20

29 7:07 9:48 12:33 1:02 6:00 6:25

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

All times shown are for Palm Beach only


FEBRUARY

SHEVAT – ADAR

TREE’S NEW YEAR

The 15th of Shevat on the Jewish calendar is the day

that marks the beginning of a “new year” for trees.

Commonly known as Tu Bishvat, this day marks the

season in which the earliest-blooming trees in the

Land of Israel emerge from their winter sleep and

begin a new fruit-bearing cycle.

To commemorate this special day, Jews throughout

the world eat foods that are distinctive to and

characteristic of the Holy Land, including the seven

types of fruits and grain mentioned in the Torah:

wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, and

dates. On this day, a new seasonal fruit is customarily

eaten for the first time. The blessings Shehecheyanu

and Ha’eitz are said over the fruit.

Pictured: Valley in the Golan Heights


FEBRUARY 2023

SHEVAT - ADAR 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

5

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

5 7:03 9:47 12:34 1:03 6:06 6:30

12 6:59 9:44 12:34 1:03 6:11 6:35

19 6:53 9:42 12:34 1:04 6:15 6:39

26 6:47 9:38 12:33 1:03 6:20 6:44

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

14 Shevat

HERITAGE SHABBAT DINNER

Delicious, Delightful, Divine

PERSIAN

SHABBAT

6

FRIDAY, FEB 17

15 Shevat

Tu B'Shevat

7

16 Shevat

1

8

10 Shevat

Yud Shevat

Happy Birthday Jennifer Ofra

Ophir

17 Shevat

2

9

11 Shevat

18 Shevat

3

10

12 Shevat

Yahrtzeit of Moshe Amram

Happy Birthday Alan Rosenthal

Candle Lighting: 5:46 PM

19 Shevat

4

11

Beshalach

Yitro

13 Shevat

Shabbat Ends: 6:41 PM

20 Shevat

Yahrtzeit of Chana Meira Magun

Happy Birthday Michael Shapiro

Candle Lighting: 5:51 PM

Yahrtzeit of Elliott Braverman

Shabbat Ends: 6:45 PM

12

21 Shevat

13

22 Shevat

14

23 Shevat

15

24 Shevat

16

25 Shevat

17

26 Shevat

18

27 Shevat

Blessing of the New Month

Mishpatim

Shekalim

Happy Birthday Jerry Saval

Yahrtzeit of Meyer Fuchsberg

Yahrtzeit of Robert Ellis

Candle Lighting: 5:56 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:50 PM

19

28 Shevat

20

29 Shevat

Presidents Day

21

30 Shevat

Rosh Chodesh

22

1 Adar

Rosh Chodesh

23

2 Adar

24

3 Adar

25

4 Adar

Terumah

Molad: Monday, 2/20 at 12:40 (11 chalakim) PM

26

5 Adar

27

6 Adar

Yahrtzeit of Shayna Menucha

Cassel

28

7 Adar

Yahrtzeit of Sidney Brownstein

Yahrtzeit of Benny Enlander

Yahrtzeit of Ethel Moscovits

Candle Lighting: 6:01 PM

We do house calls.

GIVE YOUR HOME THE

ULTIMATE HOME IMPROVEMENT.

Call to find out about Mezuzah checking

or to get your own Mezuzah 561-889-3499

Shabbat Ends: 6:54 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


MARCH

ADAR - NISSAN

PURIM

The most joyous holiday of the year, Purim,

commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people

from the complete annihilation decreed by the wicked

Haman. Queen Esther, a young Jewish heroine, sought

out King Achashverosh and begged him to intervene.

Every year, we read the story to remind us of this

great miracle. We celebrate in many ways, including

a great feast, food gift baskets to our friends, and

charity to the poor.

Pictured: Dead Sea Shore


MARCH 2023

ADAR - NISSAN 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

5

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

5 6:40 9:34 12:31 1:02 6:24 6:47

12 7:33 10:29 1:30 2:01 7:27 7:51

19 7:26 10:25 1:28 1:59 7:31 7:55

26 7:18 10:20 1:26 1:58 7:34 7:58

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

12 Adar

HERITAGE SHABBAT DINNER

Delicious, Delightful, Divine

THREE MINUTES

IN POLAND

6

FRIDAY, MARCH 17

7

1

Happy Birthday Sara Green

8

8 Adar

13 Adar

14 Adar

15 Adar

Fast of Esther Purim Shushan Purim

5:27 AM - 6:48 PM

2

9

9 Adar

16 Adar

3

Yahrtzeit of Doris Kahn

10

10 Adar

Candle Lighting: 6:05 PM

17 Adar

4

11

Tetzaveh

Zachor

Ki Tisa

Parah

11 Adar

Shabbat Ends: 6:58 PM

18 Adar

Yahrtzeit of Craig Silverberg

Happy Birthday Toby Saval

Candle Lighting: 6:08 PM

Shabbat Ends: 7:01 PM

12

19 Adar

DST Begins

13

20 Adar

14

21 Adar

15

22 Adar

16

23 Adar

17

24 Adar

18

25 Adar

Blessing of the New Month

Vayakhel-Pekudei

Hachodesh

Yahrtzeit of Ida B. Shapiro

Candle Lighting: 7:12 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:05 PM

19

26 Adar

20

27 Adar

21

28 Adar

22

29 Adar

23

1 Nissan

Rosh Chodesh

24

2 Nissan

25

3 Nissan

Vayikra

Molad: Wednesday, 3/22 at 1:24 (12 chalakim) AM

26

4 Nissan

Anniversary Leibel & Shaina

Stolik

27

Yahrtzeit of Dina Wacs

5 Nissan

28

6 Nissan

29

7 Nissan

Happy Birthday Marla Kaufman

30

8 Nissan

31

Candle Lighting: 7:15 PM

9 Nissan

Candle Lighting: 7:19 PM

Yahrtzeit of Esther Hall

Shabbat Ends: 8:08 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


APRIL

NISSAN - IYAR

PASSOVER

Passover celebrates the miraculous exodus from Egypt

and the birth of the Jewish people. After 210 years of

slavery and oppression, G-d freed the Jewish people.

The Jews departed in great haste, without even

enough time for their dough to rise, resulting in the

flat unleavened bread we call Matzah.

Each year on Pesach, to commemorate this great

miracle of redemption, we eat Matzah and refrain

from eating any leavened products, known as

Chametz. Jewish homes throughout the world spend

the days and weeks before Pesach carefully cleaning

their homes, culminating in a search for every last

crumb. On the morning before Passover begins, one

burns the remaining bits of Chametz found during the

search the previous night.

Pictured: Soldier Prays at the

Kotel - Western Wall


APRIL 2023

NISSAN - IYAR 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

2

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

2 7:10 10:15 1:24 1:56 7:38 8:02

9 7:03 10:10 1:22 1:54 7:41 8:05

16 6:56 10:06 1:20 1:53 7:45 8:09

23 6:49 10:02 1:18 1:52 7:48 8:13

30 6:43 9:58 1:17 1:51 7:52 8:17

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

11 Nissan

HERITAGE SHABBAT DINNER

Delicious, Delightful, Divine

SOUTHERN CHARM

SHABBAT

3

FRIDAY, APR 28

12 Nissan

4

13 Nissan

Sell your Chametz

before the Passover Holiday!

5

You can easily fulfill this Mitzvah

by simply filling out an online form!

For more information and to complete your form,

visit www.chabadspb.org/chametz

14 Nissan

Taanit Bechorot

Passover Eve

1 st Night Seder

6

15 Nissan

Passover

2 nd Night Seder

Tonight Omer 1

7

Order hand-baked

MATZAHS!

info@chabadspb.org

16 Nissan

Passover

Tonight Omer 2

1

8

10 Nissan

Shabbat HaGadol

Tzav

Shabbat Ends: 8:12 PM

17 Nissan

Passover

1 st Intermediate Day

Tonight Omer 3

9

18 Nissan

Passover

2 nd Intermediate Day

Tonight Omer 4

10

19 Nissan

Passover

3 rd Intermediate Day

Tonight Omer 5

11

20 Nissan

Passover

4 th Intermediate Day

Tonight Omer 6

Eat Chametz until: 11:16 AM

Burn Chametz by: 12:19 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:21 PM

12

21 Nissan

Passover

Tonight Omer 7

Candle Lighting: after 8:15 PM

13

22 Nissan

Passover - Yizkor

Tonight Omer 8

14

Candle Lighting: 7:22 PM

23 Nissan

Tonight Omer 9

15

Shabbat Ends: 8:16 PM

24 Nissan

Tonight Omer 10

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 1

Shemini

16

25 Nissan

Tonight Omer 11

17

26 Nissan

Tonight Omer 12

Yahrtzeit of Miriam Amram

Candle Lighting: 7:24 PM

18

27 Nissan

Tonight Omer 13

Candle Lighting: after 8:18 PM

19

28 Nissan

Tonight Omer 14

20

Holiday Ends: 8:18 PM

29 Nissan

Tonight Omer 15

21

Candle Lighting: 7:26 PM

30 Nissan

Rosh Chodesh

Tonight Omer 16

22

Shabbat Ends: 8:20 PM

1 Iyar

Rosh Chodesh

Tonight Omer 17

Avot 2

Tazria-Metzora

Molad: Thursday, 4/20 at 2:08 (13 chalakim) PM

23

30

24

25

Yahrtzeit of Bella Lederman

Yahrtzeit of Hilda Enlander

Candle Lighting: 7:29 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:24 PM

26

2 Iyar

3 Iyar

4 Iyar

5 Iyar

6 Iyar

7 Iyar

8 Iyar

Tonight Omer 18

Tonight Omer 19

Tonight Omer 20

Tonight Omer 21

Tonight Omer 22

Tonight Omer 23

Tonight Omer 24

Avot 3

9 Iyar

Acharei-Kedoshim

Tonight Omer 25

Yahrtzeit of Isidore Lederman

Happy Birthday Peter Renz

Candle Lighting: 7:33 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:28 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org

27

28

29


MAY

IYAR - SIVAN

SHAVUOT

Shavuot marks the day upon which G-d gave the

Torah to the entire Jewish nation over 3,300 years

ago. In Hebrew, the word shavuot means “weeks”

and stands for the seven weeks during which the

Jewish people prepared themselves for the giving of

the Torah. During this time they rid themselves of the

scars of bondage and became a holy nation ready to

stand before G-d.

Pictured: The cave of the Patriarchs

in the city of Chevron

Four Tuesdays, beginning May 2nd 7:00PM Call 561-685-6979

www.chabadspb.org/JLI


MAY 2023

IYAR - SIVAN 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

7 6:38 9:55 1:17 1:51 7:56 8:21

14 6:34 9:53 1:16 1:51 8:00 8:25

21 6:30 9:51 1:17 1:52 8:04 8:30

28 6:28 9:51 1:17 1:53 8:07 8:34

1

10 Iyar

Tonight Omer 26

2

11 Iyar

Tonight Omer 27

3

12 Iyar

Tonight Omer 28

4

13 Iyar

Tonight Omer 29

5

14 Iyar

Pesach Sheini

Tonight Omer 30

6

15 Iyar

Tonight Omer 31

Avot 4

Emor

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

Yahrtzeit of Eli Wacs

Candle Lighting: 7:37 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:32 PM

7

16 Iyar

Tonight Omer 32 8

17 Iyar

Tonight Omer 33

9

18 Iyar

Lag BaOmer

Tonight Omer 34

10

19 Iyar

Tonight Omer 35

11

20 Iyar

Tonight Omer 36

12

21 Iyar

Tonight Omer 37

13

22 Iyar

Tonight Omer 38

Avot 5

Behar-Bechukotai

Yahrtzeit of Edna Cohen

Yahrtzeit of Milton Falk

Candle Lighting: 7:41 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:37 PM

14

23 Iyar

Tonight Omer 39

Mother's Day

15

24 Iyar

Tonight Omer 40

16

25 Iyar

Tonight Omer 41

17

26 Iyar

Tonight Omer 42

18

27 Iyar

Tonight Omer 43

19

28 Iyar

Tonight Omer 44

20

29 Iyar

Tonight Omer 45

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 6

Bamidbar

Yahrtzeit of Rivka Cassel

Candle Lighting: 7:45 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:41 PM

21

1 Sivan

Rosh Chodesh

Tonight Omer 46

22

2 Sivan

Tonight Omer 47

23

3 Sivan

Tonight Omer 48

24

4 Sivan

Tonight Omer 49

25

5 Sivan

Shavuot Eve

26

6 Sivan

Shavuot

27

7 Sivan

Shavuot

Yizkor

Molad: Shabbatt, 5/20 at 2:52 (14 chalakim) AM

28

Yahrtzeit of Jeffrey Kaufman

8 Sivan

Anniversary Toby & Jerry Saval

29

9 Sivan

Memorial Day

30

10 Sivan

Anniversary Paula & David Ellis

31

11 Sivan

Candle Lighting: 7:48 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:48 PM

Yahrtzeit of Alvin Fontaine

Holiday & Shabbat End: 8:45 PM

Honor a loved one

or mark a happy occasion

by dedicating a leaf on the

TREE OF LIFE.

Reserve Yours

(561) 351-1633

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


JUNE

SIVAN - TAMMUZ

SHABBAT

Shabbat Candles: Every Friday afternoon at sunset,

millions of Jewish women and girls around the globe

welcome in Shabbat with the kindling of the Shabbat

candles. These candles create an aura of serenity and

peace in our homes and infuse a sense of sacredness

into our private spaces. The candles remind us of the

unique power of the Jewish women in transforming

the physical into a home for the Divine.

Challah: More than just a loaf of bread, a freshly

baked challah loaf reminds us of the manna that fell

in the desert. The aroma of challah fills a home with

the unique scent of Shabbat, and one bite of challah

contains the taste of this special holy day.

Pictured: Aerial view of the

city of Netanya

CHABAD OF SOUTH PALM BEACH LEGACY SOCIETY

Kim & Raymon Amzallag

Dr. Howard & Stacey Busch

Marian Crozier

Denny & Elva Culbertson

Caroline Diamond

Alice & Leslie Dreier

Gerald Freedman

Lynda Freedman

Norman Gilman

Sara & Sam Green

Ivan Greenstein

Mike Greenstein

Leo Groen

Sarah Kaplan

Robert & Karen Keats

Sylvia & Leon Korngold

Daphne Levy

Walaiphan & Harry Lichter

Ruth Logowitz

David Magun

Maureen Moffit

Esther Ophir

Richard Pathman

Bonnie Ratner-Bergstein

Melinda Ribner

Sheila Russo

Constance Sake

Jerry & Toby Saval

Abraham & Phyllis Serfaty

Veronika Shteynberg

Arie Toren & Reghina Wacs

David Waldman

Norma Wasserman

Creating your Jewish legacy ensures

that the values, traditions, and

institutions important to you remain

vibrant for future generations.

Please remember Chabad of South

Palm Beach in your will, trust,

retirement account, or life insurance

policy and create your own lasting

legacy.

To join Chabad’s Legacy Society call

Rabbi Stolik at 561-889-3499.


JUNE 2023

SIVAN - TAMMUZ 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

4

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

4 6:27 9:50 1:18 1:54 8:11 8:37

11 6:27 9:51 1:20 1:55 8:14 8:40

18 6:27 9:52 1:21 1:57 8:16 8:42

25 6:29 9:53 1:22 1:58 8:17 8:44

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

15 Sivan

5

16 Sivan

6

Honor a loved one

or mark a happy occasion

by dedicating a leaf on the

TREE OF LIFE

Reserve Yours

(561) 351-1633

17 Sivan

7

18 Sivan

1

8

12 Sivan

19 Sivan

2

9

13 Sivan

Candle Lighting: 7:52 PM

20 Sivan

3

10

Naso

Yahrtzeit of Boruch Busch

Behaalotecha

14 Sivan

Avot 1

Shabbat Ends: 8:49 PM

21 Sivan

Avot 2

Yahrtzeit of Donald Hall

Candle Lighting: 7:55 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:52 PM

11

22 Sivan

12

23 Sivan

13

24 Sivan

14

25 Sivan

15

26 Sivan

16

27 Sivan

17

28 Sivan

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 3

Shelach

18

29 Sivan

Father's Day

19

30 Sivan

Rosh Chodesh

Juneteenth

20

1 Tammuz

Rosh Chodesh

Yahrtzeit of Y’isrul Leib

Applebaum

Yahrtzeit of Ed Kaufman

21

2 Tammuz

Yahrtzeit of Judith Rosenthal

22

3 Tammuz

Gimmel Tammuz

23

Candle Lighting: 7:57 PM

4 Tammuz

24

Shabbat Ends: 8:55 PM

5 Tammuz

Avot 4

Korach

Molad,: Sunday, 6/18 at 3:36 (15 chalakim) PM

25

6 Tammuz

26

7 Tammuz

27

8 Tammuz

28

9 Tammuz

29

10 Tammuz

Yahrtzeit of Albert Marshall

Candle Lighting: 7:59 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:56 PM

30

11 Tammuz

Happy Birthday Zona Kaufman

Candle Lighting: 8:00 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


JULY

TAMMUZ - MENACHEM AV

TOWER OF DAVID

Jerusalem is one of the four holy cities in Israel,

together with Hebron, Safed, and Tiberias.

The citadel of Jerusalem, known as the "Tower of

David," has been a landmark of the city since ancient

times. It is located near the Jaffa Gate entrance to the

Old City of Jerusalem.

In the months of Tammuz and Av we observe

“The Three Weeks,” the mourning period which

commemorates the capture of Jerusalem and

subsequent destruction of its Holy Temple. The

midrash teaches that when Moshiach comes and

rebuilds the third Temple, which will stand forever,

these days will be transformed from ones of

mourning to joy.

Pictured: Tower of David


JULY 2023

TAMMUZ - MENACHEM AV 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

2

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

2 6:31 9:55 1:24 2:00 8:18 8:44

9 6:34 9:57 1:25 2:01 8:17 8:44

16 6:37 9:59 1:26 2:01 8:15 8:42

23 6:41 10:01 1:26 2:01 8:13 8:39

30 6:44 10:03 1:26 2:01 8:09 8:35

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

13 Tammuz

3

14 Tammuz

4

15 Tammuz

Independence Day

5

16 Tammuz

6

17 Tammuz

Fast of Shiva

Asar B'Tammuz

5:08 AM - 8:44 PM

7

18 Tammuz

1

8

Chukat - Balak

Pinchas

12 Tammuz

Avot 5

Shabbat Ends: 8:57 PM

19 Tammuz

Avot 6

55th Anniversary Michael and

Karen Shapiro

Happy Birthday Sue Rosenthal

9

20 Tammuz

10

21 Tammuz

11

22 Tammuz

Yahrtzeit of Gisela Lampel

Yahrzeit of William J Pathman

12

23 Tammuz

Yahrtzeit of Rosalie Fuchsberg

13

24 Tammuz

14

Candle Lighting: 7:59 PM

25 Tammuz

15

Shabbat Ends: 8:56 PM

26 Tammuz

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 1

Matot - Massei

Candle Lighting: 7:58 PM

Shabbat Ends:

8:54 PM

16

27 Tammuz

17

28 Tammuz

18

29 Tammuz

19

1 Av

Rosh Chodesh

20

2 Av

21

3 Av

22

4 Av

Shabbat Chazon

Avot 2

Devarim

Molad: Tuesday, 7/18 at 4:20 (16 chalakim) AM

23

5 Av

Yahrtzeit of Joseph Magun

Happy Birthday Avery Turchin

24

6 Av

12 Av 13 Av

30 31

25

7 Av

26

8 Av

27

9 Av

Fast of Tishah B'Av

28

Candle Lighting: 7:56 PM

10 Av

29

Shabbat Ends: 8:51 PM

11 Av

Shabbat Nachamu

Avot 3

Va'etchanan

Fast Begins: 8:11 PM

Fast Ends: 8:36 PM Candle Lighting: 7:52 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:47 PM

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


AUGUST

MENACHEM AV - ELUL

HOLY TEMPLE

What makes a house into a home? Home is the place

where our inner selves can be revealed, the place we

feel the most comfortable and safe. On a Jerusalem

mountain, G-d’s divine presence dwells. Only

remnants remain of the sanctuary where our physical

selves could truly be at one with G-dliness, the place

where our souls could truly feel comfortable and safe.

Pictured: The Kotel - Western Wall

(561) 889-3499


AUGUST 2023

MENACHEM AV - ELUL 5783

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

6

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

6 6:48 10:05 1:26 2:00 8:04 8:29

13 6:51 10:06 1:25 1:59 7:59 8:24

20 6:55 10:07 1:23 1:57 7:52 8:17

27 6:58 10:08 1:21 1:54 7:46 8:10

All times shown are for Palm Beach only

19 Av

7

20 Av

1

8

14 Av

21 Av

2

9

15 Av

Tu B'Av

Yahrtzeit of Ruchal Applebaum

22 Av

3

Yahrtzeit of Bob Rosenthal

10

16 Av

23 Av

4

Yahrtzeit of Harry Cohen

11

Candle Lighting: 7:48 PM

17 Av

24 Av

5

12

Eikev

18 Av

Avot 4

Shabbat Ends: 8:42 PM

25 Av

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 5

Re'eh

Happy Birthday Miriam Hirsch

Candle Lighting: 7:42 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:36 PM

13

26 Av

14

27 Av

15

28 Av

16

29 Av

17

30 Av

Rosh Chodesh

18

1 Elul

Rosh Chodesh

19

2 Elul

Avot 6

Shoftim

Happy Birthday Sam Green

Anniversary Alan & Sue Rosenthal

Candle Lighting: 7:36 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:29 PM

20

3 Elul

21

4 Elul

22

5 Elul

23

6 Elul

24

7 Elul

25

8 Elul

26

9 Elul

Avot 1 & 2

Ki Teitzei

Molad: Wednesday, 8/16 at 5:04 (17 chalakim) PM

27

10 Elul

28

11 Elul

29

12 Elul

Yahrtzeit of Joel Barry Shapiro

30

13 Elul

31

Candle Lighting: 7:30 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:22 PM

14 Elul

Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462 (561) 889-3499 - www.ChabadSPB.org


SEPTEMBER

ELUL 5783–TISHREI 5784

MONTH OF ELUL

Elul is the 12th and final month in the Jewish

calendar. It is a month that connects the past year

with the coming year—a time when we reflect on

where we stand and where we should be going.

It is taught that in this month, the “King is in the

Field,” and G-d is readily accessible, willing to hear

our requests and listen to our fervent prayers for the

coming new year.

Pictured: Beit Guvrin National Park in

the Judaean Mountains

HIGH

HOLIDAYS

with Chabad

Rosh Hashana Schedule

September 15

Evening Services and dinner.............7:00 pm

September 16 & 17

Morning services ...........................9:30 am

Shofar.............................................11:45 am

Kiddush follows services

224 S. Ocean Blvd, Manalapan, FL

Yom Kippur Schedule

September 24

Kol Nidrei & Maariv .....................7:00 pm

September 25

Morning services ..........................9:30 am

Yizkor .........................................12:00 pm

Mincha followed by Neila: .........5:30 pm

Fast ends.......................................7:48 pm


SEPTEMBER 2023

ELUL 5783 - TISHREI 5784

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

3

Sunrise

Latest Shema

Miday/Night

Sunset

Nightfall

Earliest Mincha

3 7:01 10:08 1:19 1:52 7:38 8:02

10 7:04 10:08 1:17 1:49 7:31 7:54

17 7:07 10:08 1:14 1:46 7:23 7:57

24 7:10 10:09 1:12 1:43 7:15 7:38

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17 Elul

4

18 Elul

Chai Elul

Labor Day

5

19 Elul

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20 Elul

7

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21 Elul

1

8

15 Elul

Candle Lighting: 7:22 PM

22 Elul

2

9

Ki Tavo

16 Elul

Avot 3 & 4

Shabbat Ends: 8:14 PM

23 Elul

Selichot Tonight

Avot 5 & 6

Nitzavim - Vayeilech

10

24 Elul

11

25 Elul

12

26 Elul

13

27 Elul

14

28 Elul

15

Candle Lighting: 7:15 PM

29 Elul

Rosh Hashanah Eve

16

Shabbat Ends: 8:06 PM

1 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

Candle Lighting: 7:07 PM

Candle Lighting: after 7:58 PM

17

2 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

18

3 Tishrei

Fast of Gedaliah

5:54 AM - 7:45 PM

19

4 Tishrei

20

5 Tishrei

21

6 Tishrei

22

7 Tishrei

23

8 Tishrei

Shabbat Shuva

Ha'azinu

Molad: Friday, 9/15 at 5:49 AM

Yahrtzeit of Doris Levy

24

Holiday Ends: 7:57 PM

9 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Eve

Fast & Candle Lighting: 6:57 PM

25

10 Tishrei

Yom Kippur

Yizkor

Fast & Holiday End 7:48 PM

Happy Birthday Holden Hirsch

26

11 Tishrei

Yahrtzeit of Errol Dobelle

Yahrtzeit of Golda Laufer

27

12 Tishrei

28

13 Tishrei

29

Candle Lighting: 6:59 PM

14 Tishrei

Sukkot Eve

Candle Lighting: 6:51 PM

30

Shabbat Ends: 7:50 PM

15 Tishrei

Sukkot

Candle Lighting: after 7:42 PM

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NOVEMBER 2023

CHESHVAN - KISLEV 5784

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

1

17 Cheshvan

2

18 Cheshvan

3

19 Cheshvan

4

Jewish Calendar: September 2022, Issue #16. The Jewish Calendar is

published once a year by Chabad of South Palm Beach, 224 S. Ocean Blvd.,

Manalapan, FL 33462. It is sent free of charge to all members and friends.

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 5784

ROSH HASHANA .................................................Friday Eve - Sunday SEPTEMBER 15 - 17

YOM KIPPUR ..................................................Sunday Eve - Monday SEPTEMBER 24 - 25

SUKKOT .............................................. Friday Eve - Friday SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 6

SHEMINI ATZERET - SIMCHAT TORAH ................... Friday Eve - Sunday OCTOBER 6 - 8

CHANUKAH .........................................................Thursday Eve - Friday DECEMBER 7 - 15

PURIM .................................................................... Saturday Eve - Sunday MARCH 23 - 24

PASSOVER ................................................................ Monday Eve - Tuesday APRIL 22 - 30

SHAVUOT ................................................................... Tuesday Eve - Thursday JUNE 11 - 13

Vayeira

20 Cheshvan

Molad: Shabbat, 10/14 at 6:33 (1 chelek) PM

OCTOBER 2023

TISHREI - CHESHVAN 5784

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

1

8

15

22

29

16 Tishrei

Sukkot

Holiday Ends: 7:41 PM

23 Tishrei

Simchat Torah 9

Holiday Ends: 7:34 PM

30 Tishrei

Rosh Chodesh

7 Cheshvan

14 Cheshvan

2

16

23

30

17 Tishrei

Sukkot

1 st Intermediate Day

24 Tishrei

Columbus Day

1 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

8 Cheshvan

15 Cheshvan

3

10

17

24

31

18 Tishrei

Sukkot

2 nd Intermediate Day

25 Tishrei

2 Cheshvan

9 Cheshvan

16 Cheshvan

4

11

18

25

19 Tishrei

Sukkot

3 rd Intermediate Day

26 Tishrei

3 Cheshvan

10 Cheshvan

5

12

19

26

20 Tishrei

Sukkot

4 th Intermediate Day

27 Tishrei

4 Cheshvan

11 Cheshvan

6

13

20

27

21 Tishrei

Sukkot

Hoshana Rabbah

Candle Lighting: 6:43 PM

28 Tishrei

Candle Lighting: 6:36 PM

5 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:30 PM

12 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:24 PM

7

14

21

28

22 Tishrei

Shemini Atzeret

Yizkor

Candle Lighting: after 7:35 PM

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

29 Tishrei

Blessing of the New Month

Bereishit

Shabbat Ends: 7:28 PM

Noach

Lech Lecha

6 Cheshvan

Shabbat Ends: 7:21 PM

13 Cheshvan

Shabbat Ends: 7:16 PM

DECEMBER 2023

KISLEV - TEVET 5784

1

18 Kislev

2

19 Kislev

Yud Tes Kislev

Vayishlach

5

21 Cheshvan

DST Ends

6

22 Cheshvan

7

23 Cheshvan

8

24 Cheshvan

9

25 Cheshvan

10

Candle Lighting: 6:18 PM

26 Cheshvan

11

Shabbat Ends: 7:11 PM

27 Cheshvan

Veterans Day

Blessing of the New Month

Chayei Sarah

3

20 Kislev

4

21 Kislev

5

22 Kislev

6

23 Kislev

7

24 Kislev

8

Candle Lighting: 5:09 PM

25 Kislev

Chanukah

9

Shabbat Ends: 6:04 PM

26 Kislev

Chanukah

Blessing of the New Month

Vayeishev

12

28 Cheshvan

13

29 Cheshvan

14

1 Kislev

Rosh Chodesh

15

2 Kislev

16

3 Kislev

17

Candle Lighting: 5:14 PM

4 Kislev

18

Shabbat Ends: 6:08 PM

5 Kislev

Toldot

10

27 Kislev

Chanukah

11

12

13

28 Kislev

29 Kislev

1 Tevet

Chanukah Chanukah Chanukah

Rosh Chodesh

14

1 st Light Tonight

2 Tevet

Chanukah

2 nd Light Tonight 3 rd Light Tonight

Candle Lighting: 5:10 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:06 PM

15

3 Tevet

Chanukah

16

4 Tevet

Mikeitz

19

6 Kislev

20

7 Kislev

21

8 Kislev

22

9 Kislev

23

10 Kislev

Thanksgiving

24

Candle Lighting: 5:11 PM

11 Kislev

25

Shabbat Ends: 6:05 PM

12 Kislev

Vayeitzei

17

4 th Light Tonight 5 th Light Tonight 6 th Light Tonight 7 th Light Tonight 8 th Light Tonight

5 Tevet

18

6 Tevet

19

7 Tevet

20

8 Tevet

21

9 Tevet

22

Candle Lighting: 5:12 PM

10 Tevet

Tenth Tevet Fast Day

5:47 AM - 5:59 PM

23

Shabbat Ends: 6:08 PM

11 Tevet

Vayigash

Molad: Monday, 11/13 at 7:17 (2 chalakim) AM

26

13 Kislev

27

14 Kislev

28

15 Kislev

29

16 Kislev

30

17 Kislev

Candle Lighting: 5:10 PM

Shabbat Ends: 6:04 PM

Molad: Tuesday, 12/12 at 8:01 (3 chalakim) PM

24

31

12 Tevet

19 Tevet

25

13 Tevet

26

14 Tevet

27

15 Tevet

28

16 Tevet

29

Candle Lighting: 5:15 PM

17 Tevet

Candle Lighting: 5:19 PM

30

Shabbat Ends: 6:11 PM

18 Tevet

Vayechi

Shabbat Ends: 6:15 PM

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