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Shabbat Matters March 27 - Tzav Hagadol Erev Pesach BLANK.pub”
MARCH 27, 2021 / 14 NISAN 5781MARCH 27, 2021 / 14 NISAN 5781MARCH 27, 2021 / 14 NISAN 5781MARCH 27, 2021 / 14 NISAN 5781
PARSHAT TZAV PARSHAT TZAV PARSHAT TZAV PARSHAT TZAV ---- SHABBAT HAGADOL / EREV PESACHSHABBAT HAGADOL / EREV PESACHSHABBAT HAGADOL / EREV PESACHSHABBAT HAGADOL / EREV PESACH
TODAH RABAH to the sponsors:TODAH RABAH to the sponsors:TODAH RABAH to the sponsors:TODAH RABAH to the sponsors:
RABBI STRAUCHLERRABBI STRAUCHLERRABBI STRAUCHLERRABBI STRAUCHLER’’’’S TORAH FOR YOUR S TORAH FOR YOUR S TORAH FOR YOUR S TORAH FOR YOUR LIFE:LIFE:LIFE:LIFE:
Eli Klein and Family in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Charlotte Klein z"l
SHABBAT MATTERS:SHABBAT MATTERS:SHABBAT MATTERS:SHABBAT MATTERS:
Louis & Risa Vandersluis in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Louis' mother, Esther Vandersluis z"l
WEEKLY MATTERS:WEEKLY MATTERS:WEEKLY MATTERS:WEEKLY MATTERS:
Bonny Silver and Family in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Bonny's mother, Sylvia Vogel z"l
PREPREPREPRE----SHABBAT KABBALAT SHABBAT:SHABBAT KABBALAT SHABBAT:SHABBAT KABBALAT SHABBAT:SHABBAT KABBALAT SHABBAT:
Yvonne & Rick Goldberg in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Yvonne's father, Ernest Mansonz"l
CHAZZAN DAVID GUBER:CHAZZAN DAVID GUBER:CHAZZAN DAVID GUBER:CHAZZAN DAVID GUBER:
Beverley & Sam Cohen
THANK YOU:THANK YOU:THANK YOU:THANK YOU:
In honour of Rabbi Strauchler, Louis Vandersluis and Ralph Levine. Thank you for keeping the Minyan going. The Kaddish Collective: Brad, Farokh, Larry, Samy and Sandy
YAHRZEIT COMMEMORATION:YAHRZEIT COMMEMORATION:YAHRZEIT COMMEMORATION:YAHRZEIT COMMEMORATION:
Sam & Shelly Moskowitz in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Sam's father, Isaac Moskowitzz"l
Mendel & Milla Tenenbaum in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Mendel's mother, Deborah Tenenbaum z"l
Judy & Harry Schachter in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Judy's father, Josef Jakubovic z"l
Jesse & Alexa Tepperman in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Jesse's mother, Beverly Tepperman z"l
Paula Goldhar and Family in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Paula's husband, Irving Goldhar z"l
Les Klein & Miriam Allman in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Les's father, Miklos Klein z"l
• Mazal Tov to Melissa Lass & Ross Linker Melissa Lass & Ross Linker Melissa Lass & Ross Linker Melissa Lass & Ross Linker on the birth of a son, in San Francisco. Excited brother is RileyRileyRileyRiley. Proud grandparents are Brenda & Brian LassBrenda & Brian LassBrenda & Brian LassBrenda & Brian Lass and Michal & Paul Linker of New Jersey. Elated great-grandparents are Cynthia GasnerCynthia GasnerCynthia GasnerCynthia Gasner, Myrna & Mervin Lass, and Elisheva Kilion of New York. Ecstatic aunts and uncle are Sara & Jordan LassSara & Jordan LassSara & Jordan LassSara & Jordan Lass, Shira Shira Shira Shira LassLassLassLass, and Wallis Linker. Thrilled cousins are Mia Mia Mia Mia and Annie LassAnnie LassAnnie LassAnnie Lass.
• Mazal Tov to Cynthia GasnerCynthia GasnerCynthia GasnerCynthia Gasner on the birth of a great-granddaughter, Shir LiaShir LiaShir LiaShir Lia, born to Micha & Sean HaberMicha & Sean HaberMicha & Sean HaberMicha & Sean Haber. Excited big brother is AyalAyalAyalAyal. Proud grandparents are Jon & Ellise Gasner and Mike & Karen Haber. Thrilled great-grandparents are Arnie & Roni Weingarten, Seymour Haber, and Minda Feldman. Excited great aunts and uncles are Myra MechanicMyra MechanicMyra MechanicMyra Mechanic, Brian & Brenda LassBrian & Brenda LassBrian & Brenda LassBrian & Brenda Lass and Rob & Julea Gasner.
• Mazal Tov to Aaron & Bertha Lang Aaron & Bertha Lang Aaron & Bertha Lang Aaron & Bertha Lang on the birth of their granddaughter, Baila Rivka, born to Charlie Iczkovitz & Avital Lang. Excited uncles and aunts are Shana, Josh and Yehuda. Mazal Tov to all the cousins, nieces and nephews.
MAZAL TOV AND OTHER MEMBERS MATTERS
Along with the services at the shul building, weekday services and programs will weekday services and programs will weekday services and programs will weekday services and programs will continue on Zoomcontinue on Zoomcontinue on Zoomcontinue on Zoom. To obtain the access information, please email info@shomayim.org. For a list of inFor a list of inFor a list of inFor a list of in----person & Zoom services, shiurim and programs, see p. 2. person & Zoom services, shiurim and programs, see p. 2. person & Zoom services, shiurim and programs, see p. 2. person & Zoom services, shiurim and programs, see p. 2. Below is a list of upcoming Zoom shiurim and programsZoom shiurim and programsZoom shiurim and programsZoom shiurim and programs (see flyers on pp. 3-7): • Tues., Mar. 30, 8:30 pm - The Storytelling Project: Cynthia GasnerThe Storytelling Project: Cynthia GasnerThe Storytelling Project: Cynthia GasnerThe Storytelling Project: Cynthia Gasner. • Wednesday, Mar. 31, 8:30 pm - WomenWomenWomenWomen’’’’s Megillah Reading: Shir Hashirims Megillah Reading: Shir Hashirims Megillah Reading: Shir Hashirims Megillah Reading: Shir Hashirim. • Thursdays, 8:00 pm – ChumashChumashChumashChumash----Rashi Rashi Rashi Rashi Shiur Shiur Shiur Shiur with Melech HalberstadtMelech HalberstadtMelech HalberstadtMelech Halberstadt.
UPCOMING SHIURIM & PROGRAMS Continued on p. 8
This Sunday morning, March 28, 1st day of Pesach, we will welcome Chazzan David GuberChazzan David GuberChazzan David GuberChazzan David Guber who will lead us in davening for hallel and tefillat tal. Born in South Africa, Chazzan Guber continues his family's heritage of three generations of Chazzanim: his father, Chazzan Shlomo Guber, and his grandfather, Chazzan Avraham Guber, who was the chief Chazzan in Russia. After serving in the IDF as a paratroopers combat fighter, he studied chazzanut with his father and Prof. Leonid Sabat. At the beginning of 2020 he ended his tenure at Beth Emeth, and started his search to only daven in synagogues that emulate the places where he grew up. Chazzan Guber’s goal is to continue his family's legacy by davening in great orthodox shuls in Toronto, with true kavanah. Thank you to Beverley & Sam Cohen for sponsoring Chazzan Guber’s visit.
Friday Mar. 26 (SHUL OFFICE CLOSES AT NOON)Friday Mar. 26 (SHUL OFFICE CLOSES AT NOON)Friday Mar. 26 (SHUL OFFICE CLOSES AT NOON)Friday Mar. 26 (SHUL OFFICE CLOSES AT NOON) 12:21 pm Chametz must be burned before this time 6:30 pm Pre-Shabbat Zoom Kabbalat Shabbat 7:00 pm Mincha/Maariv 7:19 pm Candle Lighting (earliest 6:20 pm) Shabbat Mar. 27: Shabbat Hagadol / Erev PesachShabbat Mar. 27: Shabbat Hagadol / Erev PesachShabbat Mar. 27: Shabbat Hagadol / Erev PesachShabbat Mar. 27: Shabbat Hagadol / Erev Pesach 8:00 am Shacharit / Teen Minyan Please recite Shema before 10:15 am 11:18 am Chametz may be eaten until this time 12:20 pm Disposal of Chametz (not by burning)
and Chametz nullification must be completed by this time
7:20 pm Mincha/Maariv 8:17 pm Shabbat Ends / Earliest Candles / First Seder begins after this time 1:22 am Afikoman eaten by this time
Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Vayikra 6:1 - 8:36 Hertz P. 429; Stone P. 568
Haftorah: Haftorah: Haftorah: Haftorah: Malachi 3:4 - 3:24 Hertz P. 1005; Stone P. 1220
Sunday Mar. 28: I Pesach (Tefillat Tal)Sunday Mar. 28: I Pesach (Tefillat Tal)Sunday Mar. 28: I Pesach (Tefillat Tal)Sunday Mar. 28: I Pesach (Tefillat Tal) Count Omer 1 after Maariv Count Omer 1 after Maariv Count Omer 1 after Maariv Count Omer 1 after Maariv 8:45 am Shacharit 9:15 am Teen Minyan Please recite Shema before 10:14 am 7:30 pm Mincha/Maariv (no mashiv haruach) 8:18 pm Earliest Candle Lighting / Second Seder begins after this time 1:21 am Afikoman eaten by this time
Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Shemot 12:21-51 Hertz P. 257 Stone P. 354
Maftir: Maftir: Maftir: Maftir: Bamidbar 28:19-25 Hertz P. 695 Stone P. 892
Haftorah: Haftorah: Haftorah: Haftorah: Yehoshua 3:5-7; 5:2-6:1; 6:27 Hertz P. 1009 Stone P. 1221
Monday Mar. 29: II PesachMonday Mar. 29: II PesachMonday Mar. 29: II PesachMonday Mar. 29: II Pesach Count Omer 2 after MaarivCount Omer 2 after MaarivCount Omer 2 after MaarivCount Omer 2 after Maariv 8:45 am Shacharit 9:15 am Teen Minyan Please recite Shema before 10:13 am 7:30 pm Mincha/Maariv We begin to say V'tein Bracha at Maariv 8:20 pm Yom Tov Concludes 8:30 pm Post-Chag Zoom Havdallah
Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Torah Reading: Vayikra 22:26-23:44 Hertz P. 518 Stone P. 680
Maftir: Maftir: Maftir: Maftir: Bamidbar 28:19-25 Hertz P. 695 Stone P. 892
Haftorah: Haftorah: Haftorah: Haftorah: II Melachim 23:1-9, 21-25 Hertz P. 1012 Stone P. 1222
SHABBAT / PESACH MATTERS
Fri. Apr. 2: VI Pesach / Erev Chag / Stat HolidayFri. Apr. 2: VI Pesach / Erev Chag / Stat HolidayFri. Apr. 2: VI Pesach / Erev Chag / Stat HolidayFri. Apr. 2: VI Pesach / Erev Chag / Stat Holiday Count Omer 6 after dark (SHUL OFFICE CLOSED)Count Omer 6 after dark (SHUL OFFICE CLOSED)Count Omer 6 after dark (SHUL OFFICE CLOSED)Count Omer 6 after dark (SHUL OFFICE CLOSED) 7:30 am Shiur with Rabbi Strauchler on Zoom 8:30 am Shacharit In Person & Zoom 7:00 pm Mincha/Maariv 7:27 pm Candle Lighting (earliest 6:27 pm)
Shabbat Apr. 3: VII Pesach / Shir Hashirim Shabbat Apr. 3: VII Pesach / Shir Hashirim Shabbat Apr. 3: VII Pesach / Shir Hashirim Shabbat Apr. 3: VII Pesach / Shir Hashirim Count Omer 7 after Maariv Count Omer 7 after Maariv Count Omer 7 after Maariv Count Omer 7 after Maariv 8:45 am Shacharit 7:25 pm Mincha/Maariv 8:26 pm Shabbat Ends / Earliest Candles
Sunday Apr. 4: VIII PesachSunday Apr. 4: VIII PesachSunday Apr. 4: VIII PesachSunday Apr. 4: VIII Pesach Count Omer 8 after Maariv Count Omer 8 after Maariv Count Omer 8 after Maariv Count Omer 8 after Maariv 8:45 am Shacharit 10:45 am Yizkor (approximately) 7:40 pm Mincha/Maariv 8:27 pm Yom Tov Ends
THE BEAUTY OF THE OLD WITH THE FRESHNESS OF THE NEWTHE BEAUTY OF THE OLD WITH THE FRESHNESS OF THE NEWTHE BEAUTY OF THE OLD WITH THE FRESHNESS OF THE NEWTHE BEAUTY OF THE OLD WITH THE FRESHNESS OF THE NEW
It seems absurd to write about the weekly Torah reading while Pesach preparations currently occupy most of the space in our minds. However, perhaps a message related to Parshat Tzav can serve as brief reprieve from the tension involved in turning over our kitchens and completing the arduous task of Pesach cleaning. And for extra points, I will even connect it to the Seder!
Parshat Tzav begins by describing the mitzvah of Terumat HaDeshen, or “lifting of the ashes.” While it is a privilege to perform any service in the temple, this mitzvah seems particularly ordinary. Fully dressed in the priestly garments, the Kohen would scoop a shovel’s worth of ashes that accumulated on the altar from the previous day’s sacrifices and place the ashes on the side of the mizbeach. Afterward, the Kohen would remove his priestly garments and deposit the ashes outside the camp in a process known as “Hotzaat HaDeshen,” or “removal of the ashes.”
What purpose does the mitzvah of Terumat HaDeshen serve? The process seems like the Temple’s version of cleaning oP the grill after a barbecue. However, Terumat HaDeshen has the status of avodah and therefore can only be performed by a Kohen. Furthermore, the Talmud in Pesachim 26a, indicates that the ashes have a unique sanctity. Unlike other objects involved in the Temple service which can be used freely after they have fulfilled their purpose, the ashes from the Teurmat HaDeshen retain their sanctity even after they have been removed from the altar. What idea does this sanctity represent?
Rabbi Shimshon Raphael Hirsch (Vayikra 6:3-4) argues that Terumat HaDeshen and Hotzaat HaDeshen represent the careful balance between our commitment to continuity of the past and our focus on the future. Just as when presenting a flour oPering the Kohen would take a fistful of flour and burn it on the altar, before beginning the new day’s service the Kohen would lift a shovel’s worth of ashes representing the service of the previous day. The Kohen would place the ashes specifically on the eastern side of the mizbeach near the entrance to the courtyard, to signify to the people that the service of today can’t take place until we pay homage to the service of yesterday. Furthermore, Terumat HaDeshen indicates that “the new day doesn’t bring new goals.” Just as yesterday, our goal today is to worship by Hashem performing the exact same service. In the words of Rabbi Hirsch: “The last of the Jewish grandchildren stands where his first ancestors already stood, and each new day adds his contribution to fulfilling the one role assigned to all generations of the House of Israel”. The ashes retain their sanctity because each day’s service continues to build on the work of the previous day.
Nevertheless, the Kohen’s job was not yet finished. After Terumat HaDeshem, the Kohen performed Hotzaat HaDeshen by removing the “ashes of yesterday” from today’s temple service. While our general goals may remain the same, the way we pursue those goals needs to adapt to new circumstances. Furthermore, we can’t imprison ourselves to the failures and disappointments of the past. Each day begins on a new foundation.
Every Seder we perform the same rituals. We eat the same matzot, maror, karpas, and charoset. We tell the same basic stories and sing the same basic songs. But we need not feel ashamed or feel like we are “out of touch” for carrying on age old traditions. The beauty of tradition lies in our appreciation and loyalty to those who came before us. Nevertheless, we can be creative and look for new ways to infuse our Sedarim with new meaning and vitality. May we all enjoy a safe and healthy Pesach by joining the Beauty of the Old with the Freshness of the New.
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SHIURIM & PROGRAMS: ON ZOOM SHIURIM & PROGRAMS: ON ZOOM SHIURIM & PROGRAMS: ON ZOOM SHIURIM & PROGRAMS: ON ZOOM (unless otherwise indicated)(unless otherwise indicated)(unless otherwise indicated)(unless otherwise indicated)
Sunday, March 28 / 15 Nisan I Pesach I Pesach I Pesach I Pesach / Count Omer 1 after Maariv
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Monday, March 29 / 16 Nisan II Pesach II Pesach II Pesach II Pesach / Count Omer 2 after Maariv
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Tuesday, March 30 / 17 Nisan Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Count Omer 3 after Maariv
7:00 am 7:30 pm 7:55 pm
Shacharit Mincha & Dvar Torah Maariv & Tehillim
6:00 am 4:30 pm 8:30 pm
Gemara Shiur with Rabbi Strauchler Youth Making A Pesach Music Video The Storytelling Project: Cynthia Gasner
Wednesday, March 31 / 18 Nisan Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Count Omer 4 after Maariv
7:00 am 7:30 pm 7:55 pm
Shacharit Mincha & Dvar Torah Maariv & Tehillim
6:00 am 5:00 pm 8:30 pm
Gemara Shiur with Rabbi Strauchler Pesach Virtual Escape Room Family Event Women’s Megillah Reading: Shir Hashirim
Thursday, April 1 / 19 Nisan Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Chol Hamoed Pesach Count Omer 5 after Maariv
7:00 am 7:30 pm 7:55 pm
Shacharit Mincha & Dvar Torah Maariv & Tehillim
6:00 am 8:45 am 8:00 pm
Gemara Shiur with Rabbi Strauchler CoPee with Rabbi Strauchler Chumash-Rashi with Melech Halberstadt
Friday, April 2 / 20 Nisan Chol Hamoed Pesach / Erev ChagChol Hamoed Pesach / Erev ChagChol Hamoed Pesach / Erev ChagChol Hamoed Pesach / Erev Chag Stat Holiday Stat Holiday Stat Holiday Stat Holiday / Count Omer 6 after dark
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Kriyat ShemaKriyat ShemaKriyat ShemaKriyat Shema should be repeated after 8:22 pm this week. should be repeated after 8:22 pm this week. should be repeated after 8:22 pm this week. should be repeated after 8:22 pm this week.
PARSHA MATTERS - by Rabbi Sammy Bergman
TORAH MATTERS:
PESACH SHIURIM CANCELLATIONSPESACH SHIURIM CANCELLATIONSPESACH SHIURIM CANCELLATIONSPESACH SHIURIM CANCELLATIONS • Rabbi StrauchlerRabbi StrauchlerRabbi StrauchlerRabbi Strauchler’’’’s s s s Trei Asar/Micha Trei Asar/Micha Trei Asar/Micha Trei Asar/Micha Shiur Shiur Shiur Shiur and Prayer Discussion Group Prayer Discussion Group Prayer Discussion Group Prayer Discussion Group will not take place on Monday, March 29. • Dr. ZoltyDr. ZoltyDr. ZoltyDr. Zolty’’’’s s s s Binding of Isaac Binding of Isaac Binding of Isaac Binding of Isaac ShiurShiurShiurShiur will not take place on Tuesdays, March 30 and April 6. • Rabbi TorczynerRabbi TorczynerRabbi TorczynerRabbi Torczyner’’’’s s s s Three Megillot Three Megillot Three Megillot Three Megillot ShiurShiurShiurShiur will not take place on Tuesday, March 30. • Rabbi DiamondRabbi DiamondRabbi DiamondRabbi Diamond’’’’s s s s Parshat Hashavua Parshat Hashavua Parshat Hashavua Parshat Hashavua Shiur Shiur Shiur Shiur will not take place on Tuesday, March 30. • RRRRaaaabbbbbbbbiiii BBBBeeeerrrrggggmmmmaaaannnn’’’’ssss GGGGeeeennnneeeessssiiiissss JJJJoooouuuurrrrnnnneeeeyyyyssss SSSShhhhiiiiuuuurrrr will not take place on Wednesday, March 31.
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YAHRZEITS DATEDATEDATEDATE YAHRZEITS BEING OBSERVEDYAHRZEITS BEING OBSERVEDYAHRZEITS BEING OBSERVEDYAHRZEITS BEING OBSERVED
Shabbat, March 27 14 Nisan
Edith Berger, sister of Helen Goldsmith Ben Gorlick, father of Martin Steiner Deborah Tenenbaum, mother of Mendel Tenenbaum
Esther Vandersluis, mother of Louis Vandersluis Samuel Zeidenberg, father of Sophie Fink
Sunday, March 28/ 15 Nisan
Monday, March 29 16 Nisan
Clara Black, mother of Harvey Black Charlotte Klein, wife of Eli Klein
Isaac Moskowitz, father of Sam Moskowitz
Tuesday, March 30 17 Nisan
Miklos Klein, father of Les Klein Josef Jakubovic, father of Judy Schachter
Henry Starkman, father of Joseph Starkman
Wednesday, March 31 18 Nisan
Lily Lerner, mother of Mitchell Lerner Beverly Tepperman, mother of Jesse Tepperman
Michal Singer, father of Ernest Singer
Thursday, April 1 19 Nisan
Paul Berman, son of Jerry Berman Irving Goldhar, husband of Paula Goldhar and father
of Sheldon Goldhar
Shirley Zarnett, mother of Shelly Zarnett-Klein
Friday, April 2 / 20 Nisan Allen Chasen, brother of Martin R. Chasen Sylvia Vogel, mother of Bonny Silver
Our sincere condolences to Ruth Hotz, Elaine & JePrey HertzElaine & JePrey HertzElaine & JePrey HertzElaine & JePrey Hertz, Robert Hotz, Susan & Ron Starkman, Mark Hotz & Lovleen Randhawa, Dr. JePrey Hotz & Doris Vaught, Lawrence Hotz, and the many loving grandchildren and great-grandchildren, on the loss of their husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather, Dr. Harry Hotz z”l.
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