THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION COVERS ACTIVITIES FROM August 31st - September 6th. WE HOPE YOU FIND IT HELPFUL.

The Sunday Yeshiva is on Summer hiatus and will resume on September 7th.

Daf Yomi Sunday-Thursday 9:20-10PM. Ma'ariv Sunday - Thursday: 10 PM

Tuesday, September 2nd: 
Rabbi Naftali Citron's class is on Summer Hiatus, and resumes September 9th.

On Tuesdays at 7:00PM, Rabbi Meir Fund teaches A Touch of Kabbalah/Sefer Derech Hashem
At 8:00 PM, join Rabbi Meir Fund for A Taste of Torah/The Chassidic Masters.

Wednesday, September 3rd: The Wednesday Night Learning Program at the Carlebach Shul with Dr. Raphie Kellman will resume September 17th.

Join Shlomo and Eitan Katz for a special Concert - their first time together at The Carlebach Shul!
Doors open 7:00; Concert begins 7:30pm. $30 at the Door

Thursday Night, September 4th: Daf Yomi with Chulent taught by Yitzy Weinberg at 9:10 PM.
Ma'ariv
 at 10:00 PM.

Biblical Hebrew Grammar  led by Gavriel Wasserman, meets from 7:30 PM to 9 PM
The fee for the course is $250, payable in advance
Special Introductory Offer:
 Try the first class for just $10!
Click here to reserve, or call the Shul office at (212) 580-2391

Friday, September 5th: Light Shabbat candles at 7:03 PM. Mincha, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat services will begin at that time.

Saturday, September 6th: Our Monthly Meditative Service meets from 9:00 - 10:30 AM. A Bagels & Whitefish Kiddush follows services, sponsorship still available.
Shabbat morning services will begin at 9:15 AM.
A youth program will meet from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, led this week by Talya Feldman
Kiddush follows services, sponsorship still available.
A Pre-Mincha Shiur meets at 5:30 PM
Mincha will be at 6:30 PM, Followed by Seudah Shelishit, sponsorship still available.

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Biblical Hebrew Grammar
Meeting once a week from 7:30 PM to 9 PM on Thursday evenings.
The course will be taught by Gavriel Wasserman, an experienced Hebrew language scholar.
The course will be offered, starting September 4th, if we get at least ten paid students.
The fee for the course is $250, payable in advance
Special Introductory Offer: Try the first class for just $10!
Please reserve by September 4th if you are interested, so that we may schedule the class without delay. Click here to reserve, or call the Shul office at (212) 580-2391

Please Join The Carlebach Shul for our special Selichos service in the Carlebach tradition of seeking forgiveness through song, with Yehuda Green
Saturday Night, September 20th, at West Side Institutional Synagogue, 120 West 76th Street
Doors Open 12:30 AM; 12:45 AM - Words of inspiration from Rabbi Naftali Citron, followed by Selichos
Minimum donation of $20, no charge to Carlebach Shul members.  All proceeds will be used to further the activities of the shul. To ensure entrance, please arrive early.
PRIORITY ADMISSION AVAILABLE * $50 *
FRONT ROW SEATING BY RESERVATION ONLY * $180 *

LIMITED ADVANCE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE - RESERVE TODAY

Youth Program: Please bring your kids every Shabbat morning to our children’s program – featuring storytelling, prizes, and more fun!  This children’s program runs every Shabbat and holiday at The Carlebach Shul, with a variety of leaders that kids love.

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Rosh Hashanah: September 24th - 26th
Yom Kippur: October 3rd - October 4th
Click Here for more information, and to Purchase Tickets, reserve for meals, and more

Carlebach Shul Infoline: Dial 212-580-2391 and press “2” to hear information about our services and classes.

The Carlebach Shul Bikur Cholim Committee is available to help Carlebach Shul members in need of a Shabbos meal, or who may need a visit. Please call the Shul at 212-580-2391 or e-mail Rabbi Avraham Newman at Atzilus@hotmail.com or Miriam Suchoff at Merry1Moss@aol.com.

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Phone: 212-580-2391 Fax: 212-721-4872
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