Sunday 16 June 2024

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Saturday 15 June 2024

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Invitation - Weekly Women's Zoom Shiur 16/6/23

BS"DINVITATION – WEEKLY WOMEN'S ZOOM SHIUR
You are invited to join our interactive women's study group exploring foundations of Judaism.
This week, we will be exploring '*Insights into Shavuot Part 3*'In olden times, the sacrifices for Shavuot continued until the 12th Sivan inclusive. It was known as "Tashlumim", in this spirit we will continue Insights into Shavuot- Part 3 this Sunday.
When: Sunday June 16th, 2024
Time: 6pm-7pm
Speaker: Zipporah Oliver O.A.M.
In memory of Mrs Raizl Cylich OBM
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Enquiries: 0438-345-770
I look forward to seeing you then!
Warmest regards,
Zipporah.

CHC: Tuesday Schmoozeday & Deb Kaye Live

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25 June
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Deb Kaye Live
Thursday 27 June
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Friday 14 June 2024

Shabbos Tzetl: Nasso

4:49pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
5:51pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
Eruv Status: KOSHER cosv.org.au/eruv/
Good Shabbos!


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LAMPLIGHTER

ZICHRON YAAKOV

PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Numbers 4:21–7:89
The name of the Parshah, "Naso," means "Count" and it is found in Numbers 4:22.

Completing the headcount of the Children of Israel taken in the Sinai Desert, a total of 8,580 Levite men between the ages of 30 and 50 are counted in a tally of those who will be doing the actual work of transporting the Tabernacle.

G‑d communicates to Moses the law of the sotah, the wayward wife suspected of unfaithfulness to her husband. Also given is the law of the nazir, who forswears wine, lets his or her hair grow long, and is forbidden to become contaminated through contact with a dead body. Aaron and his descendants, the kohanim, are instructed on how to bless the people of Israel.

The leaders of the twelve tribes of Israel each bring their offerings for the inauguration of the altar. Although their gifts are identical, each is brought on a different day and is individually described by the Torah.


HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Judges 13:2-25
This week's haftorah describes the birth of Samson, a lifetime nazirite. A condign haftorah for this week's reading, which discusses all the laws of the nazirite.

Manoah and his wife, members of the Tribe of Dan, were childless. One day an angel appeared to Manoah's wife, informing her that she will give birth to a child. This child, the angel instructed, was to be a lifetime Nazirite. In addition, the angel instructed her to abstain from all foods forbidden to a nazirite — such as wine or ritually impure foods — from the moment she would conceive. The angel further informed the woman that her son will save the Jewish people from the Philistine oppression they were enduring at that time.

The soon-to-be-mother told her husband the good news. He entreated G‑d to send His messenger again — they were unaware at the time that the messenger was an angel. G‑d sent the angel again, and he repeated his instructions. Manoah and his wife then invited the angel to partake of a special meal they would prepare, but he declined. Instead he encouraged Manoah to offer the goat he wished to slaughter for the meal as a sacrifice to G‑d. The angel then ascended to the heavens in the flame that devoured the sacrifice.

The haftorah ends with the birth of Samson: "And the lad grew, and G‑d blessed him."


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

Every Jew, whether righteous or wicked, has two souls. . . . One soul . . . clothes itself in the person's blood to animate the body [and is the source of its egocentric drives and desires] . . . and the second soul of a Jew is literally a part of G‑d above [and is the source of the person's striving to unite with G‑d] . . .

The body is called a "small city": as two kings wage war over a city, each wishing to capture it and rule over it—that is to say, to govern its inhabitants according to his will, so that they obey him in all that he decrees for them—so do the two souls (the G‑dly [soul] and the vitalizing animal [soul] that derives from kelipah) wage war against each other over the body and all its organs and limbs.

The desire and will of the G‑dly soul is that it alone should rule over the person and direct him, and that all his limbs should obey it and surrender themselves completely to it and become a vehicle for it, and serve as a vehicle for its ten faculties [of intellect and emotion] and three "garments" [thought, speech and action] . . . and the entire body should be permeated with them alone, to the exclusion of any alien influence, G‑d forbid. . . . While the animal soul desires the very opposite . . .

(Tanya)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/19961.pdf




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Tuesday 11 June 2024

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Monday 10 June 2024

Tzetl: Shavuot 5784

4:49pm - Candle Lighting, Tuesday
5:50pm - Candle Lighting, Wednesday (after)
5:50pm - Festival concludes, Thursday 
(Melbourne Australia)
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PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Exodus 19:1-20:23; 
Deuteronomy 14:22-16:17
On the first day of Shavuot we read from Exodus chapters 19 and 20.

A summary of the content: The Children of Israel camp opposite Mount Sinai, where they are told that G‑d has chosen them to be His "kingdom of priests" and "holy nation." The people respond by proclaiming, "All that G‑dhas spoken, we shall do."

On the sixth day of the third month (Sivan), seven weeks after the Exodus, the entire nation of Israel assembles at the foot of Mount Sinai. G‑d descends on the mountain amidst thunder, lightning, billows of smoke and the blast of the shofar, and summons Moses to ascend.

G‑d proclaims the Ten Commandments, commanding the people of Israel to believe in G‑d, not to worship idols or take G‑d's name in vain, to keep the Shabbat, to honor their parents, not to murder, not to commit adultery, not to steal, and not to bear false witness or covet another's property. The people cry out to Moses that the revelation is too intense for them to bear, begging him to receive the Torah from G‑d and convey it to them.

On the second day of Shavuot we read from Deuteronomy chapters 14-16 which detail the laws of the three pilgrimage festivals — Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot — on which all Jews came "to see and be seen before the face of G‑d" in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.


HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Ezekiel 1:1-28 3:12

The haftorah for the first day of Shavuot describes Ezekiel's Vision of the Chariot reminiscent of the revelation experienced by the Jewish people at Mount Sinai, on the very first Shavuot of history.

The prophet Ezekiel son of Buzi relays the vision he had of a chariot led by four creatures that resemble men and describes their physical appearance and actions in detail, "When they [the living beings] would go, they [the wheels] would go, and when they would stand, they would stand, and when they would lift themselves up from the ground, the wheels would lift themselves correspondingly to them, for the will of the living being was in the wheels… Like the appearance of the rainbow that is in the cloud on a rainy day, so was the appearance of the brightness round about; that was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the L-rd, and when I saw, I fell on my face, and I heard a voice speaking."

The haftorah ends with Ezekiel's mention of the prayers of the angels to G‑d.

Second Day of Shavuot
Habakkuk 2:20, 3:1-19

The haftorah of the second day of Shavuot is a prophecy of Habakkuk

The prophet recalls the wonders that G‑d had done for Israel at the time of the Giving of the Torah at Sinai. He also speaks of the punishments that G‑d meted out to the enemies of Israel


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

And it came to pass on the third day (19:16)

A Galilean scholar lectured before Rabbi Chisda: "Blessed be the Merciful One who gave a three-fold Torah (consisting of Torah, Prophets and Scriptures) to a three-fold people (comprised of Kohanim, Levites and Israelites) through a third-born (Moses, the third child of Amram and Jocheved) on the third day in the third month.

(Talmud, Shabbat 88a)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/93323.pdf




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Sunday 9 June 2024

Mazal Tov! Engagement: Nutovics - Lefkovits


BS'D

MAZAL TOV

On the engagement of

Rivkah Nutovics

(Melbourne)

TO

Gaby Lefkovits

(Melbourne)

Mazal tov to the Parents
  Yaakov-Dovi and Shulamit (Jenny) Nutovics  
Nicole and Jeffrey Lefkovits

Mazal tov to the Grandparents
Mrs Ruth Gershov and Mrs Eva Lefkovits





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Saturday 8 June 2024

Employment: Yavneh College is seeking a receptionist/admin assistant.

This 12-month parental leave position would commence in July and is part time (3 days per week). The role involves reception duties and requires high degree of competence in using technology. If you are interested in learning more about the role, please contact David Fisher 0419003152 or email d.fisher@yavneh.vic.edu.au

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Friday 7 June 2024

Shabbos Tzetl: Bamidbar

4:50pm - Candle Lighting, Friday
5:51pm - Havdalah, Saturday
(Melbourne Australia)
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PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL
Numbers 1:1–4:20
The name of the Parshah, "Bamidbar," means "In the desert" and it is found in Numbers 1:1.

In the Sinai Desert, G‑d says to conduct a census of the twelve tribes of Israel. Moses counts 603,550 men of draftable age (20 to 60 years); the tribe of Levi, numbering 22,300 males age one month and older, is counted separately. The Levites are to serve in the Sanctuary. They replace the firstborn, whose number they approximated, since they were disqualified when they participated in the worshipping of the Golden Calf. The 273 firstborn who lacked a Levite to replace them had to pay a five-shekel "ransom" to redeem themselves.

When the people broke camp, the three Levite clans dismantled and transported the Sanctuary, and reassembled it at the center of the next encampment. They then erected their own tents around it: the Kohathites, who carried the Sanctuary's vessels (the Ark, menorah, etc.) in their specially designed coverings on their shoulders, camped to its south; the Gershonites, in charge of its tapestries and roof coverings, to its west; and the families of Merari, who transported its wall panels and pillars, to its north. Before the Sanctuary's entranceway, to its east, were the tents of Moses, Aaron, and Aaron's sons.

Beyond the Levite circle, the twelve tribes camped in four groups of three tribes each. To the east were Judah (pop. 74,600), Issachar (54,400) and Zebulun (57,400); to the south, Reuben (46,500), Simeon (59,300) and Gad (45,650); to the west, Ephraim (40,500), Manasseh (32,200) and Benjamin (35,400); and to the north, Dan (62,700), Asher (41,500) and Naphtali (53,400). This formation was kept also while traveling. Each tribe had its own nassi (prince or leader), and its own flag with its tribal color and emblem.


HAFTORAH IN A NUTSHELL
Hosea 2:1-22
This week's haftorah begins with the words, "The number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the sea [shore], which can be neither measured nor counted." An appropriate reading for the first Torah reading of the Book of Numbers.

Hosea first prophesies about the eventual reunification of the houses of Judah and Israel. During the Messianic Era, these two perennial antagonists will make peace and appoint a single leader. Hosea then rebukes the Jewish people for their infidelity, abandoning their "husband," G‑d, and engaging in adulterous affairs with pagan deities. He describes the punishments they will suffer because of this unfaithfulness.

Eventually, though, Hosea reassures the Jews that they will repent, and G‑d will accept them back wholeheartedly. The haftorah concludes with the moving words: "And I will betroth you to Me forever, and I will betroth you to Me with righteousness and with justice and with loving-kindness and with mercy."


SAGES ON THE PARSHAH

G‑d spoke to Moses in the desert of Sinai (1:1)

Fire, water and desert—by these we established our commitment to the Torah.

The first Jew, Abraham, was cast into a fiery furnace for his loyalty to the way of G‑d. And lest one say that this was an extraordinary act by an extraordinary individual, at the shores of the Red Sea an entire people plunged into the sea's waters when the divine command to "move forward!" issued forth. And lest one say that this was a spur-of-the-moment heroism, for forty years the people of Israel followed G‑d through the barren, hostile desert, trusting in Him to provide for them and protect them. As the prophet Jeremiah declaims, "I remember the kindness of your youth, your bridal love, your following after Me in the desert, in an unsown land."

(Rabbi Meir Shapira of Lublin)

https://w2.chabad.org/media/pdf/91027.pdf


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Thursday 6 June 2024

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Invitation to Sivan Women's Farbrengen June 8th 2024

Invitation - Weekly Women's Zoom Shiur 9/6/24

BS"D
You are invited to join our interactive women's study group exploring foundations of Judaism.
This week, we will be exploring 
'*Insights into Shavuot Part 2*'
When: Sunday June 9th, 2024
Time: 6pm-7pm
Speaker: Zipporah Oliver O.A.M.
In memory of Mrs Raizl Cylich OBM
Please join on Zoom: Meeting ID: 892 0846 8031
Passcode: 613770
Enquiries: 0438-345-770
I look forward to seeing you then!
Warmest regards,
Zipporah

Property: Seeking Short Term Accommodation

My name is Aryeh, and I am reaching out to express my interest in seeking short-term accommodation with a religious family in the Caulfield, St Kilda area. I am a middle-aged religious male and am currently in need of a temporary place to stay.
I am willing to pay for room rental and food during my stay, and willing to help with chores around the home.
I am kind, respectful, responsible, and trustworthy.
If you or someone you know is open to hosting me for a short period, I would greatly appreciate the opportunity. I am open to discussing the terms of the arrangement and ensuring that it is mutually beneficial for all parties involved.
Thank you for considering my request. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Warm regards,
Aryeh
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Wednesday 5 June 2024

Employment: Yavneh College is seeking a receptionist/admin assistant.

This 12-month parental leave position would commence in July and is part time (3 days per week). The role involves reception duties and requires high degree of competence in using technology. If you are interested in learning more about the role, please contact David Fisher 0419003152 or email d.fisher@yavneh.vic.edu.au

MJCF EOFY Appeal

Shavuot events at CHC

Shavuot Dinner on Tuesday 11 June
Late night learning afterwards
Kids Club Bikkurim Ceremony on Wednesday 12 June
Kids Club Ice Cream Party
Wednesday 12 & 13 June

Yossi Jewellery - Just before Yom Tov

Last minute reminder…
Just before Yom Tov, this is the right time to update your jewels.
-Cleaning and polishing of jewels.
-Rhodium plating (For diamond rings on white gold.
-Repairs, (Rings, Earrings, Pendants, Necklaces, Bracelet
-Full restoration for antique jewels.
-Handmade make to order fine jewellery.
I am working now from Balaclava rd.
Please call me on – 0407827353 before dropping of your jewels

Sangria. Perfect for your Shavuot meals.

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Tikkun Leil Shavuot @ EJC

Free speech, hate speech and the truth
Come and explore these important issues with Dr. Dvir Abramovich, Professor Leon Mann, Adam Slonim and Rav Mark Steiner

Tuesday 4 June 2024

Pearl's Manchester: Great Winter Warmers

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Sunday 2 June 2024

Yossi Jewellery is back

Dear valued clients,
I am pleased to inform you that I have resumed operations at my studio, offering a complete range of services including repairs, restoration, bespoke design, and handcrafted fine jewelry.
Location: Balaclava Rd, East St. Kilda 3183.
To schedule an appointment, please contact me at 0407827353 or 03-99396262.
Looking forward to serving you with the utmost care and craftsmanship. Thank you for your continued support.

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Chiropractic Hicaps only offer

For a limited time Elsternwick Family Chiropractic is running an amazing offer for adults suffering back pain
Hicaps only for your first three appts for all new patients or patients that have not been to the clinic in the last 12 months.
To be eligible you need extras cover on your private health insurance.
*Not valid if you have run out of extras cover
Contact
P: 03 44224476

BDE notice: Rebbetzin Yehudis Ashkenazi



BS'D

BARUCH DAYAN HA'EMET

It is with great sadness we 
announce the passing of

Rebbetzin Yehudis Ashkenazi

Wife of Rabbi Elimelech Ashkenazi Z"L
(Previous Rov of Adass Yisroel )



The levaya will be held at
Shamgar Yerushalayim
Monday 3 June /26 Iyar at 12pm


  Hamakom Yenachem Etchem Betoch  
She'ar Aveilei Tzion ViYerushalayim
המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים




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Saturday 1 June 2024

Smile on Seniors Charidy

Hi there!
Hope you are doing well
As you may know we are doing our annual campaign this Sunday 2nd June aiming to raise $180,000 for our programs at Smile on Seniors where we support close to 300 Jewish residents in over 20 facilities with Shabbat and Jewish festival events, care packages and many intergenerational programs with different schools.
Please give us a hand! Every dollar is matched!
Our site is here and open for donations already charidy.com/smiles
Thank you in advance, wishing you much success and blessings.
Shavua tov!
Menachem and Esther stern

Chabad Malvern Hebrew School Teacher

Seeking an experienced Jewish Studies Teacher for our after school Hebrew School program that caters for children ages 3-12 years old.
An exciting opportunity to work in our beautiful, warm, friendly centre, alongside our dedicated team.
The main focus of this position is to ensure the love of Judaism and our heritage is passed on to the children.
reuvi@chabad.com.au 0425-809-642

ONE WEEK until Yom Yerushalayim 5784 - "Through the Lion's Gate"

REMINDER TO BOOK NOW for our Yom Yerushalayim 5784 Friday night dinner, celebrating 57 years since the reunification of Jerusalem.
A night of Jewish unity and connection.
Presenting "Through the lion's gate"
Inspiring and uplifting words from recently returned soldier.  
Keynote address by Adam Slonim, published writer and author. Details in flyer.
DATE: Fri 7 Jun 2024 6:30 PM - 11:00 PM
VENUE: Hamayan Shule, 638 Inkerman St, Caulfield Nth 3161

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