Parshat Vayeitzei 5781: Learning to Apply Discernment Regarding Cunning and Kindness

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat Vayeitzei vort is being sponsored by Avraham and Miriam Deutsch and family of Efrat lilui nishmas for the yarhtzeit of Avraham’s Mother Sarah Reitza bat Tzion bat Avram Yaakov. To the Deutsch family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

Friends, you can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Parshat Toldos 5781: Yitzchak — the First Sabra!

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua Toldos is being sponsored by Ben and Gina Fishman and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated for the birth of their Grandson Elazar Menachem to their children Nechemya and Shoshana Fishman. To the Fishman family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Parshat Chayei Sarah 5781: Parallels in Time; Finding THE Shidduch for Yitzchak, Perpetuating a Legacy

Shalom Friends;

Our Parshat HaShevua, Chayei Sarah is sponsored by Dr. David and Tamar Kallus and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh who dedicate this vort Lilui Nishmas the First Yahrtzeit of HaRav Chaim Zev Malinowitz, z”l. David is the current President of Kehillah Beit Tefillah Yona Avraham in Ramat Beit Shemesh. To the Kallus family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Parshat Lech Lecha 5781: Terach’s Aborted Journey to Cana’an, Warning of Consequences in Today’s Sequel

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua Lech Lecha is being sponsored by Zev and Sarit Schonberg and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated as a Zechus for the success of their children, Aryeh, Akiva, Adina, Rachel and Yehuda. To the Schonberg family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Parshat No’ach 5781: The Downward Evolution of Man Leading to the Flood, No’ach’s Warnings and Questions of the Possible Meaning of the Corona Pandemic?

Shalom Friends;

Our Parshat HaShevua, No’ach is sponsored by Jack and Chana Kaminker and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh who dedicate this vort Lilui Nishmas Jack’s Father Aryeh Shlomo Leib ben Elyakim. To the Kaminker family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Parshat Vayeira 5781: An Understanding of Divine Tests

Dear Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShavua Vayeira is being sponsored by Yirmi and Rochelle Gold and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated Lilui Nishmas the First Yahrtzeit of HaRav Chaim Zev Malinowitz, z”l on the 23rd of Cheshvan. To the Gold family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Parshat Breish’t 5781: Eretz Yisrael, Who’s Land is It Anyway?

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua Breish’t is being sponsored by Benyamin and Barbara Lemkin of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated for Jonathan Pollard coming home to Eretz Yisrael, a complete refuah shleima for Esther Yocheved bat Rayzl Bracha (Pollard) and for freedom for all the heroes of Am Yisrael. To Mishpochat Lemkin, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Simchat Torah 5781: The Contrasts Between Yaakov’s and Moshe’s Brachot Regarding Shevatim Shimon and Levi

Shalom Friends;

Our Simchat Torah vort is being sponsored by Simon and Aliza Baum and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh who dedicate this vort Lilui Nishmas in honor of Simon’s Mother: Chaya Miriam Bas Boruch. To the Baum family, many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring (or as the case may be, co-sponsoring) a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Succot 5781: “Ki Yitzp’neini B’Succah…” — “He Will Hide Me in His Shelter…”

Shalom Friends;

Our Succot vort is being sponsored by Haim and Danit Kalb and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh Lilui Nishmas for Haim’s Dad, Mordechai Yosef ben R’ Efraim and for the Yahrtzeit of Haim’s Grandfather R’ Efraim ben R’ Mordechai. To the Kalb family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more

Yom Kippur 5781: Finding Atonement on Yom Kippur?

Shalom Friends;

Our Yom Kippur vort is being sponsored by Yossie and Elisheva Schulman of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated l’zecher nishmas Elisheva’s Grandmother Zemira bas Yehuda Leib. To Yossie, Elisheva and the Schulman family, may you all be inscribed and sealed for only simcha, success, good health, nachas from your children, and only good things in the year to come and to at least 120 years. Many thanks for your sponsorship and your continued multitudes of kindnesses.

Friends, you can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. read more