Thursday 29 September 2022

Shabbos Tzetl: Vayelech

6:05pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
7:03pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: KOSHER
Shabbat Shalom! 

Reminder...: Daylight Savings commences Sunday morning 2nd October - set your clocks forward an hour.

Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Shuvo, Parshas Vayelech and Yom Kippur.

Please click here to view the PDFs of Weekly Publications.


PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Deuteronomy 31:1–30
The Parshah of Vayelech ("and he went") recounts the events of Moses' last day of earthly life. "I am one hundred and twenty years old today," he says to the people, "and I can no longer go forth and come in." He transfers the leadership to Joshua, and writes (or concludes writing) the Torah in a scroll which he entrusts to the Levites for safekeeping in the Ark of the Covenant.

The mitzvah of hak'hel ("gather") is given: every seven years, during the festival of Sukkot of the first year of the shemittah cycle, the entire people of Israel—men, women and children—should gather at the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, where the king should read to them from the Torah.

Vayelech concludes with the prediction that the people of Israel will turn away from their covenant with G‑d, causing Him to hide His face from them, but also with the promise that the words of the Torah "shall not be forgotten out of the mouths of their descendants."



HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Hosea 14:2-10; Micah 7:18-20.

The Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is known as Shabbat Shuva or "Shabbat of Return (Repentance)." The name is a reference to the opening words of the week's haftorah, "Shuva Israel — Return O Israel." This haftorah is read in honor of the Ten Days of Repentance, the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

The prophet Hosea exhorts the Jewish people to "Return, O Israel, to the L-rd your G‑d," encouraging them to repent sincerely and ask for G‑d's forgiveness. Hosea urges the Jews to put their trust in G‑d, not in Assyria, powerful horses or idols. At that point, G‑d promises to remove His anger from Israel, "I will be like dew to Israel, they shall blossom like a rose." The prophet then goes on to foretell the return of the exiles and the cessation of idol-worship amongst the people.

The haftorah concludes with a  brief portion from the Book of Micah, which describes G‑d's kindness in forgiving the sins of His people. "He does not maintain His anger forever, for He is a lover of kindness. He will have mercy on us, He will grasp our iniquities and cast all our sins into the depths of the sea." Micah concludes with an enjoinder to G‑d to remember the pacts He made with the Patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.



SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

I am one hundred and twenty years old today (31:2)

Today my days and years were fulfilled; on this day I was born, and on this day I shall die. . . . This is to teach us that G‑d fulfills the years of the righteous to the day and to the month, as it is written (Exodus 23:26): "I shall fulfill the number of your days."

(Talmud, Rosh Hashanah 11a)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/56/StuF562162.pdf









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Tuesday 27 September 2022

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RCWC Eshet Chayil Event 4 on Thursday

The Rosh Chodesh Women's Circle™ fourth annual Eshet Chayil event is on tomorrow!
Inspiration for the High Holy Days, musical interlude, a beautiful catered supper. 
All women welcome. Also on Zoom. 
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We are selling our Royal Sukkah purchased from Sukkahmart in a new condition (only used once). The sukkah holds up to 20 people and is a great family size sukkah. The such comes with Schach included. It is in its original packaging.The RRP is $959 without Schach. We are selling it for $650.
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The Sukkah Boys, Special Deal

G'day,
This is a friendly reminder that Sukkot is right around the corner and we are ready for action!
Bookings are running out fast!
Feel free to check out our Website and get in contact with us for more info.
Our shop includes everything Sukkot related from Schach to the Lulav & Etrog, and everything in between :)
THE SUKKAH BOYS, WE'LL BEAT ANY SUKKAH PRICE BY 10%
We are proudly serving the community for its 8th year running.
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P: 0426839587
Looking forward to helping you this year!
Checkout our new promo video here:
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Shana Tova!
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Monday 26 September 2022

Pre YomTov Special, Thompsons Menswear

Pre Yomtov Special
Thompsons Menswear
destination for kosher suits

Has moved across the road to 151 Glenferrie Road
(right next door to Glicks)
Personalised service and a special discount on suits for all customers that mention "Saw your ad in Emmanuels"

Tel:   03 9509 1716
Mob: 0418 334 872

Sunday 25 September 2022

Rosh Hashanah Tzetl: 5783

6:01pm - Sunday, candle lighting
6:59pm - Monday, light candles after
7:00pm - Tuesday, Yom Tov concludes
(Melbourne Australia)
Good Yom Tov

Please click here to view a binder containing all the Halacha Guides for Tishrei 5783.

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Please click here to view the PDFs of Weekly Publications.


PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Genesis 21:1–34; Genesis 22:1–24
Day 1:
G‑d remembers Sarah, and gives her and Abraham a son, who is named Isaac (Yitzchak), meaning "will laugh"; Abraham is then one hundred years old, and Sarah ninety. Isaac is circumcised at the age of eight days.

Hagar and Ishmael are banished from Abraham's home and wander in the desert; G‑d hears the cry of the dying lad, and saves his life by showing his mother a well. The Philistine king Abimelech makes a treaty with Abraham at Be'er Sheba.

Day 2:
G‑d commands Abraham to sacrifice his son on Mount Moriah (the Temple Mount) in Jerusalem. Isaac is bound and placed on the altar, and Abraham raises the knife to slaughter his son. A voice from heaven calls to stop him, saying that it was a test; a ram, caught in the undergrowth by its horns, is offered in Isaac's place.



HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Day 1:
I Samuel 1:1–2:10

The haftorah for the first day of Rosh Hashanah describes the birth of the prophet Samuel to Elkanah and his wife Chanah, who had been childless for many years. This echoes the story discussed in the day's Torah reading, about Sarah giving birth to Isaac after many years of childlessness.

During one of her annual pilgrimages to Shiloh, the site of the Tabernacle, Chanah tearfully and quietly entreated G‑d to bless her with a son, promising to dedicate him to His service. Eli the high priest saw her whispering, and berated her, thinking that she was a drunkard. After hearing Chanah's explanation, that she had been whispering in prayer, Eli blessed her that G‑d should grant her request.

Chana conceived and gave birth to a son whom she called Shmuel (Samuel). Once the child was weaned, she brought him to Shiloh and entrusted him to the care of Eli.

The haftorah ends with Chanah's prayer, wherein she thanks G‑d for granting her wish, extols His greatness, exhorts the people not to be haughty or arrogant, and prophesies regarding the Messianic redemption.

Day 2:
Jeremiah 31:1–19

The haftorah for the second day of Rosh Hashanah talks about G‑d's everlasting love for His people, and the future ingathering of their exiles. In the last verse of this hauntingly beautiful haftorah, G‑d says, "Is Ephraim [i.e., the Children of Israel] not My beloved son? Is he not a precious child, that whenever I speak of him I recall him even more?" This follows one of the primary themes of the Rosh Hashanah prayers, our attempt to induce G‑d to remember us in a positive light on this Day of Judgment.

Jeremiah begins by affirming G‑d's love for the Jewish people. "With everlasting love I have loved you; therefore I have drawn lovingkindness over you."

Because of this love, G‑d assures His nation that they have a very bright future awaiting them. "I will yet build you up, then you shall be built forever, O virgin of Israel; you will yet adorn yourself with your tambourines, and go forth in joyous dance." Jeremiah then describes the ingathering of the exiles, when all of Israel will be returned to the Holy Land: "You will again plant vineyards on the hills of Samaria . . . Behold, I will bring [Israel] from the land of the north, and gather them from the ends of the earth . . . a large assembly will return here. Weeping with joy they will come, and with compassion I will lead them . . . I will turn their mourning into joy, and will console them and gladden them after their sorrow."

Jeremiah then describes the heavenly scene, where the silence is broken by the sound of bitter weeping. Our Matriarch Rachel refuses to be consoled, for her children have been exiled. G‑d responds: "Still your voice from weeping and your eyes from tears . . . There is hope for your future; the children shall return to their border."



SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

For G‑d has heard the voice of the lad where he is (21:17)

The ministering angels hastened to indict him, exclaiming: "Sovereign of the Universe! Would You bring up a well for one who will one day slay Your children with thirst?" "What is he now?" asked G‑d. "Righteous," said the angels. Said G‑d: "I judge man only as he is at the moment."

(Midrash Rabbah; Rashi)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/133842.pdf





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Shofar At The Alfred

If you are aware of any patients or staff members at the Alfred who will be there over 2 days of Rosh Hashono, please contact Rabbi Boruch Shapiro of Visit and Care to arrange Shofar blowing for them.
0406386770

Saturday 24 September 2022

The Sukkah Boys, Special Deal

G'day,
This is a friendly reminder that Sukkot is right around the corner and we are ready for action!
Bookings are running out fast!
Feel free to check out our Website and get in contact with us for more info.
Our shop includes everything Sukkot related from Schach to the Lulav & Etrog, and everything in between :)
THE SUKKAH BOYS, WE'LL BEAT ANY SUKKAH PRICE BY 10%
We are proudly serving the community for its 8th year running.
WWW.SUKKAHBOYS.COM
P: 0426839587
Looking forward to helping you this year!
Checkout our new promo video here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpyZax69toI
Shana Tova!
Zuzz & Billy
The Sukkah Boys

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Thursday 22 September 2022

Melbourne Kosher Butchers

Art with Neshama

Taking last minute orders for Rosh Hashana gifts
WhatsApp Ronnit +972-58-5020001 or www.artwithneshama.com

B&H Sukkot Ad

Pre YomTov Special, Thompsons Menswear

Pre Yomtov Special
Thompsons Menswear
destination for kosher suits

Has moved across the road to 151 Glenferrie Road
(right next door to Glicks)
Personalised service and a special discount on suits for all customers that mention "Saw your ad in Emmanuels"

Tel:   03 9509 1716
Mob: 0418 334 872

RCWC Eshet Chayil Event 4, next Thursday 29 September

It's not too late to register for the Rosh Chodesh Women's Circle™ fourth annual Eshet Chayil event on Thursday 29th September, just after Rosh Hashana. Inspiration for the High Holy Days, musical interlude, a beautiful catered supper. All women welcome. Location given upon registration. Also available on Zoom. Register: events.humanitix.com/rcwc3.  
Shana Tova Umetukah

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If interested please contact Ben on 0418327324.

Tuesday 20 September 2022

Michal Photography

Local Melbourne photographer specialising in 
- Family
- Newborn
- Events

Talented, patient and great with kids. 
Now booking newborn sessions in our brand new home studio.

Offering discounted sessions for a limited time! 

Follow us on Instagram - @michalphotography.au
Contact- 0466 273 661

The Sukkah Boys, Special Deal

G'day,
This is a friendly reminder that Sukkot is right around the corner and we are ready for action!
Bookings are running out fast!
Feel free to check out our Website and get in contact with us for more info.
Our shop includes everything Sukkot related from Schach to the Lulav & Etrog, and everything in between :)
THE SUKKAH BOYS, WE'LL BEAT ANY SUKKAH PRICE BY 10%
We are proudly serving the community for its 8th year running.
WWW.SUKKAHBOYS.COM
P: 0426839587
Looking forward to helping you this year!
Checkout our new promo video here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpyZax69toI
Shana Tova!
Zuzz & Billy
The Sukkah Boys

The Coat Man flyer

Shofar Blowing, RH1&2

Sweetest friends, I'll be blowing the shofar in front of our house at 53 Ercildoune Street both days of Rosh Hashana at 4:30 pm. Everyone and anyone is welcome. It will be 30 blasts and you can be yotzei the mitzvah and make a bracha before I start. Please share this with anyone who you think might benefit from it. Shana tova u'mtuka.
Pesach, 0413055718 

Monday 19 September 2022

SCHC - Sukkot Family Building Day

South Caulfield Hebrew Congregation

Art With Neshama

At ART WITH NESHAMA you will find many vibrant & unique Israeli gifts for all ages & occasions in life. The large collection includes products that will add colour & elegance to home & office.
New! Gift boxes for Rosh Hashana๐ŸŽ
Great option when looking to send family/friends in Israel gifts for yomtov or simchas AND great gifts to take back overseas.
Personalised texts also in English.
There's also a Giftcard, just in case you aren't sure about their taste...๐Ÿ˜Š
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Pre YomTov Special, Thompsons Menswear

Pre Yomtov Special
Thompsons Menswear
destination for kosher suits

Has moved across the road to 151 Glenferrie Road
(right next door to Glicks)
Personalised service and a special discount on suits for all customers that mention "Saw your ad in Emmanuels"

Tel:   03 9509 1716
Mob: 0418 334 872

Bnei Akiva’s Lulav & Etrog

Buy your LULAV and ETROG and support Bnei Melbourne
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Adass Israel Welfare Fund - Yomtov Campaign

The Adass Israel Welfare Fund is running a campaign today to assist over 150 local families with basic Yomtov needs.
Please give a generous (tax deductible) donation using the link below.
Thanks in advance, and wishing you and yours a Ksiva Vachasima Toiva.

Saturday 17 September 2022

B&H Sukkot: Lulav & Esrog

Pre-order to access our high quality range of Arba Minim.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our MARKET-STYLE collection.
SELECT YOUR OWN set or save time and let us select for you for drive-by KERBSIDE COLLECTION.

We are pleased to confirm that we will have a mashgiach (under the hasgocho of Rav Moshe Donnebaum) present at our market-style collection in Melbourne. Unlike during COVID-19 impacted years, the mashgiach will not be checking and grading all of the Arba Minim. Rather, the mashgiach will be available to answer sheilo's and provide advice to assist people with picking their own set of Arba Minim. 

Our range includes products at 5 grades of quality, and is fully customisable to suit your minhagim and budget.

ORDER ONLINE at www.lulav.com.au
REQUEST A PRINTABLE ORDER FORM by emailing info.lulav@gmail.com

Our Arba'as HaMinim will be offered on a first come, first serve basis until sold out.
We encourage you to pre-order early to secure all of your preferences.

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NOTE:
Whilst 5782 is a SHMITA year in Israel, we have still managed to secure a wide variety of high quality options grown in Israel by Otzar Beit Din.  

For those who prefer a NON-SHMITA esrog, we are pleased to offer the following three options from chutz la'aretz:
- Yanover (Italian) esrog
- Ordan (standard) esrog
- Moroccan tradition esrog

SCHC - Shofar In The Park

Palm Schach for Sukkot

Rosh Hashanah Sweet Package Deal

The Sukkah Boys, Special Deal

G'day,
This is a friendly reminder that Sukkot is right around the corner and we are ready for action!
Bookings are running out fast!
Feel free to check out our Website and get in contact with us for more info.
Our shop includes everything Sukkot related from Schach to the Lulav & Etrog, and everything in between :)
THE SUKKAH BOYS, WE'LL BEAT ANY SUKKAH PRICE BY 10%
We are proudly serving the community for its 8th year running.
WWW.SUKKAHBOYS.COM
P: 0426839587
Looking forward to helping you this year!
Checkout our new promo video here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpyZax69toI
Shana Tova!
Zuzz & Billy
The Sukkah Boys

The Coat Man flyer

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Thursday 15 September 2022

CONTENTS, FRI 15 SEPT

Shabbos Tzetl: Ki Tavo

Remember that Emmanuel's is here for your personal community announcements! 

5:53pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
6:51pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: See cosv.org.au/eruv/
Shabbat Shalom! 


Attached is this weeks Emmanuel's listings


Please click here to view the Yeshivah Shule Tzetel for Shabbos Parshas Ki Savo.
Please click here to view the PDFs of Weekly Publications.


PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Deuteronomy 26:1–29:8
Moses instructs the people of Israel: When you enter the land that G‑d is giving to you as your eternal heritage, and you settle it and cultivate it, bring the first-ripened fruits (bikkurim) of your orchard to the Holy Temple, and declare your gratitude for all that G‑d has done for you.

Our Parshah also includes the laws of the tithes given to the Levites and to the poor, and detailed instructions on how to proclaim the blessings and the curses on Mount Gerizim and Mount Eival—as discussed in the beginning of the Parshah of Re'eh. Moses reminds the people that they are G‑d's chosen people, and that they, in turn, have chosen G‑d.

The latter part of Ki Tavo consists of the Tochachah ("Rebuke"). After listing the blessings with which G‑d will reward the people when they follow the laws of the Torah, Moses gives a long, harsh account of the bad things—illness, famine, poverty and exile—that shall befall them if they abandon G‑d's commandments.

Moses concludes by telling the people that only today, forty years after their birth as a people, have they attained "a heart to know, eyes to see and ears to hear."



HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Isaiah 60:1-22

This week's haftorah is the sixth of a series of seven "Haftarot of Consolation." These seven haftarot commence on the Shabbat following Tisha b'Av and continue until Rosh Hashanah.

In glowing terms the prophet recounts descriptions of what will unfold during the Redemption. Beginning with the resurrection of the dead and the ingathering of the exiles, continuing with the joy and abundance the Jewish people will then experience, as well as the gifts that will be brought to G‑d from all of the nations of the world.

Finally, the Jewish nation will no longer be despised and derided, there will no longer be violence nor mourning, and G‑d will shine His everlasting light on His people.


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

You shall take of the first of all the fruit of the land . . . (Deuteronomy 26:2)

Everything that is for the sake of G‑d should be of the best and most beautiful. When one builds a house of prayer, it should be more beautiful than his own dwelling. When one feeds the hungry, he should feed him of the best and sweetest of his table. When one clothes the naked, he should clothe him with the finest of his clothes. Whenever one designates something for a holy purpose, he should sanctify the finest of his possessions, as it is written (Leviticus 3:16), "The choicest to G‑d."

(Maimonides)





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Join Caulfield Shule and St Kilda Shule for an inspiring midnight Selichot service.

Women's Farbrengen for Rosh Hashana

Women are warmly invited to rejoice and farbreng together
At the home of Sara Rosenfeld
6 Tantram Ave East St Kilda/
Motzei Shabbos Slichos Night,
22nd Ellul 5782
17th September 2022
9:00pm 
A great way to prepare for Tishrei
All ladies and girls welcome!
Don't come alone – bring a friend or two!
Enquiries: 
Please phone Zipporah Oliver O.A.M.
0438 345 770
May we all be written and sealed for a good, sweet New Year!

Invitation to Women's Weekly Shiur with Zipporah Oliver

BS"D 
INVITATION – WEEKLY WOMEN'S ZOOM SHIUR
You're invited to join our interactive women's study group exploring these ethical foundations of Judaism:
Insights into Rosh Hashana Part III
When: Sunday 18th September
Time: 6pm-7pm
Speaker: Zipporah Oliver O.A.M. In memory of Mrs Raizl Cylich OBM  
Meeting ID: 839 4845 5661 
Passcode: 613770  
Enquiries: 0438-345-770  
I look forward to seeing you! 
Warmest wishes, Zipporah.

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