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היום שלשה ועשרים יום שהם שלשה שבועות ושני ימים לעמר

Today's Calendar

Gan HaEmunah
: 5:45a
Daf Yomi
: 5:55a
Shacharis
: 6:45a
Business & Bagels
: 8:00a
Shacharis
: 9:00a
Krias Shema
: 9:42a
Plag Mincha
: 6:15p
Mincha/Maariv
: 7:40p
IJC Night Kollel
: 8:15p
Maariv
: 9:05p

Parshas Achrei Mos-Kedoshim

Shabbos, Apr 28

Candle Lighting

Friday, Apr 27, 7:38p
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Rabbi Silber on Parshas Tazria Metzora

"There are times when people wrong and hurt us. Often, because of the emotional pain endured, we want nothing to do with the person who hurt us. Truth be told, after a difficult or hurtful interaction, a little distance is what is needed to heal the wounds and rebuild. But we must learn from the Metzorah the need to give second (third, fourth …) chances. We must remember that if the person who harmed us is truly penitent, understands what he has done and has demonstrated a desire to do things differently going forward, we must leave our hearts and doors open to reconciliation. People aren’t perfect and we must allow those around us to find their interpersonal redemption in the aftermath of relationship failure."   Full Bulletin

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Rabbi's Welcome

The Torah in Shemos states: “V’asu Li Mikdash v'shachanti b'sochum; Make for Me a Temple and I will dwell within you.” Although we have not yet merited the Third Temple, we are incredibly fortunate to have a beautiful, holy and incredibly special מקדש מעט (small Temple) ; our own Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim. We are a strong Shul of over 380 families made up of all ages and backgrounds. We are a Shul that takes special pride in creating a meaningful atmosphere for prayer and Torah learning.

We offer multiple opportunities for Shiurim, classes and lectures, social connections as well as extensive youth programming and community chessed. The State of Israel has a special place in our communal heart. We see its miraculous formation just 60 short years ago as the dawn of the Messianic era. Ultimately, we believe that what makes our people unique is the ability to forge a special and unique bond with הקדוש ברוך הוא and our Shul provides us with multiple opportunities to accomplish this noble objective.

Until the day when we are blessed with the Third Temple, we will continue to use our מקדש מעט as our portal of connection to God and to each other. And as we embark on building a new home for our holy work, we hope you will join us.

Kol Tuv,
Rabbi Shmuel Silber

Building plans & dedications > 

Mon, April 23 2018 8 Iyyar 5778