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  • BJSZ Bulletin | June 4, 2016 | 27 Iyar 5776 |

    Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion Congregation Shabbos Parshas

    Bechukosai

    Mishna Yomi:

    Damai 2:3-4

    Daf Yomi:

    Bava Kama 2

    Shabbos Schedule

    Candle Lighting *8:11 pm

    *Those that daven at the 7:00 pm

    Minyan on Friday night should ideally

    light before 7:30 pm

    Mincha Erev Shabbos 7:00 pm

    Daf Yomi 8:00 am

    Rabbis Parsha Shiur 8:35 am

    Shacharis 8:45 am

    Zman Krias Shema 9:23 am

    Rosh Chodesh Shiur for women

    given by Rabbi Hauer 5:45 pm

    Shabbos Afternoon Shiur

    given by Rabbi Hauer 7:00 pm

    Mincha 6:00 pm, 8:00 pm

    Maariv ~9:10 pm

    Weekday Mincha

    1:55 pm, 8:15 pm

    Candle Lighting Next Week

    **8:15 pm

    Good Shabbos!

    Parsha Question of the Week:

    I WILL NOT REJECT YOU In our Parsha the Jewish People are twice promised by G-d that He will not reject them. After describing the terrible difficulties that would befall the Jewish People resulting from their fail-

    ure to observe Torah, G-d assures us that despite all this, even as we reside in the lands of our ene-

    mies, He will not reject us completely (26:44). Conversely, in the beginning of the Parsha, as the

    Torah describes the blessings that will be visited upon the Jewish People when they do observe G-

    ds Torah, G-d promises that He will then not reject us (26:11). What kind of a promise is that? If

    indeed we are in observance of G-ds will, deserving of all the magnificent blessings described in that

    same section, what kind of promise is it that He will not reject us? And if we are assured that even

    when we fail G-d will not reject us, then how can this same non-rejection be expressed as a reward

    for our observance?

    (Note: These questions were raised by Ramban (26:11), who in turn provides a very mysti-

    cal interpretation of the verse. We remain concerned however with the verses plain meaning,

    pshuto shel mikra.)

    HALACHA OF THE WEEK: A FEATURE OF THE BJSZ DAILY HALACHA SHIUR:

    SHABBOS CANDLES FOR GUESTS & TRAVELERS III What is the candle-lighting obligation of a single individual who is a guest in someone

    elses home for Shabbos? If the person is eating with the host family and staying in an area of the

    house where other family members are staying as well then the guest does not need to light Shab-

    bos candles as they are considered part of the hosts household. If however the person is only stay-

    ing with this family but is eating on their own, they are not considered part of the family and should

    either light their own candles or claim a share in the candles of the host. Likewise if they are eating

    with the family but staying in their own distinct area of the house, they should light their own candles.

    It is common custom for a married woman to light her own candles even where she is a

    guest in someone elses home. Where should she light if she is eating out but will be sleeping at her

    own home? Ideally she would light at home if she is confident that she can safely do so. It is neces-

    sary however that she be there to benefit from the candles. As such she must either stay home for

    some time after lighting, or light candles that are long enough to remain lit by the time she returns

    home from the meal. If these are not options or if she feels it unsafe to leave candles lit at home a

    very reasonable and appropriate concern then she should light at the home of her hosts.

    Listen to the Shiurim

    of Rabbi Hauer

    on his NEW website

    WWW.RABBIHAUER.ORG

    We welcome our members, their families and all guests who have joined us for Shabbos!

    Shabbos Shabbos Shabbos Afternoon Shiur Afternoon Shiur Afternoon Shiur

    7:00 pm7:00 pm7:00 pm given by Rabbi Hauergiven by Rabbi Hauergiven by Rabbi Hauer

    Topic:

    YERUSHALAYIM - THE ETERNAL CAPITAL

    Lessons on Leadership from Yerushalayim

  • WEEKDAY SHIURIM & DAVENING

    Daf Yomi/Amud Yomi Sunday: Daf Yomi Shiur: 7:00 am

    Daf Yomi BHalacha: 1:30 pm &

    After regular Mincha/Maariv.

    Daf Yomi BHalacha topic:

    The Laws of Shemoneh Esrei.

    Monday - Friday:

    Amud Yomi (Beitza): 6:10 am

    Daf Yomi: 7:35 am

    Sunday - Thursday:

    Daf Yomi BHalacha: 1:30 pm and

    after regular Mincha/Maariv

    Shacharis:

    Sunday: 7:30 am; 9:00 am

    Monday & Thursday:

    6:40 am; 7:45 am

    Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday:

    6:50 am, 7:45 am

    Mincha This Week: 1:55 pm, 8:15 pm* * in the main Shul

    Maariv: 10:00 pm

    OTHER WEEKDAY SHIURIM

    Sunday: Sefer Bereishis: In Depth, given by Rabbi

    Hauer 8:20-9:20 am (Men)

    Sunday 11:00 am Sefer HaMitzvos Chaburah

    Monday 8:00 pm: Parsha Shiur for women

    given by Rabbi Hauer (in conjunction with WIT)

    Monday - Thursday, 2:10-3:00 pm

    Chaburah studying in depth the "sugyos" and

    background of Hilchos Tefillah

    Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:00 - 9:00 PM

    HaRav Yankel Herskovitz

    -

    Wednesday: 9:15 pm: Maharal Parsha

    Chaburah given by Rabbi Hauer (for Men)

    Thursday: (Men).

    8:40 - 9:00 pm: The Parsha Plan Chabura

    9:00- 9:30 pm: Focus on the parsha

    9:30 -10:00 pm: Focus on the Laws of Shabbos

    BJSZ Night Kollel in the Schwartz Bais

    HaMedrash is learning Meseches Makkos

    Chavrusa Learning: 8:30 10:00 pm

    Shiurim given by Rabbi Daniel Rose

    Sunday & Thursday 9:00 pm Gemara

    Monday 9:15 pm Alei Shur

    BJSZ Bulletin | June 4, 2016 | 27 Iyar 5776 |

    Deadline for bulletin announcements is Wednesday.

    Download the NEW BJSZ Mobile App.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Sisterhood Mitzvah Cards - Contact Leah Fischer at 443-870-3660 or the shul office to

    purchase BJSZ Sisterhood Mitzvah Cards. $2 each or 6 for $10.

    BJSZ Senior Club Luncheon will take place on Monday June 6 at noon. Program includes

    guest speaker: Mr. Stanley Fishkind. Topic: Guide for the Perplexed Senior. Lunch $10.

    COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Sunday, June 5, 8:15 am - Jewish Caring Network Womens 5K Care Run. Race time: 8:15 am.

    $36 to enter. Location: The Maryland Zoo- 1876 Mansion House Drive.

    Sunday June 5, 5:30 pm - Talmudical Academy 99th Anniversary banquet at Beth Tfiloh. Our

    member, Mr. Gobbie Cohn, is one of the honorees of this event. Call 410-486-6600 x304 for

    reservations and ad information.

    Tuesday June 7, 8:00 -9:00 pm- Hope and Hodaah An evening of inspiration and

    personal direction by Laure Gutman at Bais Yaakov Middle School multipurpose room

    6200 Smith Ave. CDs will be available at lecture. High school girls & ladies only.

    Sunday, June 19, 5:30 pm - Yeshiva Toras Chaim 4th Annual Banquet honoring Rabbi Marc

    Messing at Suburban Orthodox Social Hall, 7504 Seven Mile Lane.

    Sunday, July 17- Mens Biker-a-thon and Lifebridge Health Family BBQ Event. Please join Team

    BJSZ for Biker Cholim 16! Register at www.wizathon.com/bikercholim/ or contact Shaya

    Berzon if you have any questions.

    Halfway to Sinai-Ayshel Avraham* (l'zechus nishmas Avraham Shalom ben Chaim Yoel ) will

    iy"H be open from Shabbos, Erev Shavuos through Simchas Torah 5777. If you are walking to

    Sinai Hospital, Levindale or other distant destinations on Shabbos or Yom Tov, you can rest

    your feet and have a cold drink on the porch at 3000 Glen Ave. (corner Key Ave.) or 5932

    Cross Country Blvd (corner Simmonds Ave.) For more information, please call 410-466-3132.

    Thank you to our Shabbos Yerushalayim Kiddush sponsors:

    Rev. Irvin & Naomi Stern, commemorating the yahrzeits of his parents

    Yisroel Dov & Chantza Stern zl, Bella Balakirsky, Jonathan & Rena

    Baron, in honor of Aunt Chavys visit, Avraham & Beverly Beard, in

    Memory Of Henry Lazarus zl, Dov & Zoe Chapman, Naomi Daina, Dovid

    & Chaya Fink, Stanley & Renee Fishkind, Reuven & Cindy Goodman,

    in honor of Gavi Goodmans Hanochas Tefillin, David & Elizabeth Green, in

    appreciation of Rabbi Yakov Majeski, Gail and Norris Horwitz, in honor of

    Gail's upcoming milestone" birthday and for the upcoming yahrzeits of Gail's fa-

    ther, Jack Belaga zl, and Norris' mother, Sarah Horwitz zl, Sol and Rena

    Langermann & Family, Yitzie & Nancy Pretter, in honor of Rivkie and

    Leahs Bat Mitzvah, Alex & Eva Raden, in honor of their granddaughter, Talia

    Bergs graduation from Rutgers University Dental School and in honor of her engage-

    ment, Ahron & Sharon Rose, in honor of Avrumi Rose's 2nd birthday, Addison

    & Stephanie Schonland, Netanel & Ina Schwob, Gedalia Shimanovich, in

    honor of the birth of a new grandson, Andrew & Lenie Singer, Steve & Linda

    Storch, Jerry & Sora Wolasky, Mrs. Frances Zywic