Videos of the Week (updated 8/21/14)

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Parsha Mnemonics: Re’eh
The Holy City of Jerusalem
Video Mnemonics
The Role of the Jewish Leader
Cleaving to a TzaddikVideo - Women
Cleaving to G-d
Letters and Numbers of Torah – Re’eh
Video - general

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Sisterhood Rosh Hashanah Fundraiser

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CBA Sisterhood Rosh Hashanah Fundraiser

Dear Friends

The Sisterhood is holding our first annual Rosh Hashanah Honey Fundraiser. Please take a look at the link below for further details:

https://www.fundraisingzoo.com/index.php/fundraising/shop?org=10067

You can also go to www.Fundraisingzoo.com. On the right side of the page, please enter the organization ID #10067.

From there please follow the directions and you will then be able to order jars of honey for Rosh Hashanah for your family and friends. The honey will be mailed directly to the individuals. Orders should be placed by August 25 to guarantee delivery by Rosh Hashanah. Each jar comes with a note describing the wonderful programs provided by Congregation B’nai Avraham’s Sisterhood, and you are able to include your own personal message as well!

 

Need a High Holy Day Seat? Don’t Worry…Rest is coming to Remsen Street

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Need a seat for the High Holidays? If you’ve never participated in CBA’s High Holiday services, sign up for the Shabbat Block Party and receive free High Holiday seats for you and your family. Limited number, so make sure to sign up TODAY!

Not sure what the Shabbat Block Party is all about? Check it out below…

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No tweeting, texting, posting, liking or blogging.

Leave your phones and tablets at home.

Give social media a rest and join the jamboree.

Friday, September 12 is the date. 5pm is the time. Remsen St, between Clinton & Henry Streets, is the place.

Congregation B’nai Avraham together with Chabad of Brooklyn Heights presents…

The Shabbat Block Party – A unique initiative designed to unite all people living in Downtown Brooklyn and the surrounding neighborhoods.

Partygoers are asked to unplug and leave their electronics at home, giving social media the night off. These days every waking hour is spent with eyes glued to smartphones, we have lost the art of communication. The aim of the event, under the banner ‘REST IS COMING’, is to draw people away from social media; removing them from the distractions of daily life. It is about highlighting Shabbat as a day of rest and relaxation, focusing on family and friends without incessant buzzing, beeping and vibrating.

Come enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner, music by local Chassidic pop talent and special guest performance by Kiddie Korner students. The party is free of charge and all are invited to attend, regardless of affiliation and background.

Help us spread the word! We want to bombard the residents of Brooklyn with the message – REST IS COMING. Help us by placing flyers around your building, at your local gym and supermarket; spreading the word to family and friends; volunteering to hand out water bottles and balloons by the pier and by blasting the message through the streets of Brooklyn. We need your help!

Check out www.restiscoming.com to sign up and for more information.

Want to help? Call Chani on 718 596 4840 x19 or email chani@heightschabad.com

Monday Night Lectures

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The David Berg Foundation presents:
Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin
Monday evenings at 8:00-9:00 pm

(No charge ~ Everybody is welcome)

Rabbi Raskin’s Monday night lectures are available live via phone.

Phone Connection: Dial (605) 715-4920, pin: 307-9644. Since these classes are taped, once you’re connected, please *6 to mute until the Rabbi announces the Q&A period. Phone Connection is also available for the Women’s Wednesday Morning class.
If you want more information on the class, write to: rabbi@bnaiavraham.com or call 718-596-4840  x18.

Listen to Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin’s taped lectures online. Visit our archives.