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Friday, October 8th:
6:42 PM Candlelighting
6:45 PM Friday Night Minyan
Saturday, October 9th:
9:15 AM Mini Class with Rabbi N.
9:30 AM Saturday morning minyan
10:10 AM Latest Shma
11:09 AM Latest Amida
6:35 PM Mincha (followed by 3rd meal)
7:00 PM Sunset
7:30 PM Maariv
7:34 PM Shabbat Out
6:50 PM Weekly Mincha/Maariv
7:00 AM Weekday Shacharit
8:15 AM Sunday Shacharit
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
3:30 PM Early Mincha
6:46 PM Candlelighting
6:45 PM Kol Nidrei
7:04 PM Sunset/ Fast begins
7:45 PM Educational Service/Class
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
9:00 AM Shacharit (morning service)
11:15 AM Yizkor (memorial service)
11:45 AM Educational Service/Class
2:00 PM Break
5:10 PM Mincha (afternoon service)
6:25 PM Neila (Closing service)
7:37 PM Break-fast
I found learning with Rabbi Tzvi Nightingale from Aish Hatorah to be a tremendous experience. This was a great break to my busy daily schedule and enabled me to focus on the more important aspects of life such as family and Jewish values. It was a great opportunity to discuss challenging issues, find answers to pressing questions and gave me a much broader and more meaningful perspective to my everyday activities.
“I have been studying with Rabbi Nightingale for a few years on a fairly regular basis. I have found our study to have a very positive effect on my thinkng and feeling on a number of subjects very relevant to the Jewish people today. It is uplifting and enjoyable.”
I have been learning with Rabbi Nightingale for many years, and have found it to be the perfect break from the work week. These are not discussions of religious matter that impact life, but rather discussions of life that religion can help enhance. I don’t always want answers, I want someone to help me better frame my questions, and Rabbi Nightingale has been extremely helpful in that regard.