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Parshat Ki Teitzei
August 28 - 29, 2015 /14 Elul 5775
Latest Candlelighting   7:17pm
Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat  7:00pm
Shacharit 9:00am
Mincha  7:10pm
Maariv  8:10pm
Havdalah 8:18pm
Shacharit 8:00am
This Week
Mazal Tov
Mazal Tov to Joshua Dauber on becoming a Bar Mitzvah.  Mazal Tov to parents Sarah & Jonathan Dauber and to brother Zachary.
Mazal Tov
Mazal Tov to Shana & Arye Dworkin on the birth of a baby girl! Mazal Tov to siblings Steven and Nesha Eleanor. The baby will be named in shul on Shabbat. 
Mazal Tov
Mazal Tov to parents Lisa and Russell Heller and grandparents Shonnie and Sam Heller on the birth of a baby girl!
Kiddush is sponsored by Sarah and Jonathan Dauber in honor of Joshua's Bar Mitzvah.
Thank you to our clean up teams!  

This week: Courtesy of our sponsors

9/5     Rogovin & D/J Samad
9/12   M/E Samad & Sandler
9/19   Schindel & Schlosberg/Siegel    
9/26   D/R Schlussel & M/R Schlussel   
Upcoming Events
Carlebach Minyan at Netivot Shalom 
The Carlebach Community of Teaneck will next join Netivot Shalom for Friday evening davening on September 4th. Mincha begins at 7:00pm.
High Holidays
Help Needed
1.  Our Youth Committee is starting to prepare for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur at Netivot Shalom.  As we have done in other years, we will be hiring babysitters to assist in supervising groups.  We are looking for 2-3 adult babysitter with child care experience who might be able to supervise our youngest children.  

2.  In order to ensure that our youth have a meaningful experience on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, we are asking for parent volunteers to assist in coordinating tefilla and / or run programs in youth groups.  This would involve only a short amount of time on the part of a parent volunteer but would significantly affect the children's experience of the chagim.  

3.  We are looking for drivers to deliver honey to members of Netivot Shalom during the week prior to Rosh Hashana.  This should only take a little while of your time.

If you can assist in any of these areas, please contact Pam Scheininger at pscheininger@hotmail.com.
Musical Kumzits & Slichot

Rabbi Yossi Pollak together with Rabbi Helfgot will lead a special musical kumzits with singing, divrei Torah, and light refreshments the first night of slichot, Motzei Shabbat, September 5 at 10:15 PM followed by slichot at 11:00 PM. Sponsors for the program are welcome and encouraged, and should contact Rabbi Helfgot or Michael Rogovin. Please join us as we join together to enter the Yamim Noraim with songs and words of yearning and spirituality.
Wine Sale
We will once again have a wine sale. All orders must be received by  Friday September 4th. Please mail or drop off all orders to: Noah Rothblatt, 206 Cedar Lane,Apt 4D,Teaneck, NJ 07666-4307
All orders over $100 will be delivered on Erev Rosh Hashanah Sunday September 13th.
Save the NEW Date
Please join us for a pot luck Seudat Shlishit celebrating the holidays and welcoming this year's new members on Shabbat Shuva September 19 at the home of Rachel Brenner and Rabbi Helfgot.
High Holiday Seating Reservations & Membership Renewal

Reserve your seats here:

Update your membership here:
Youth Group Leader Applications
Please urge your youth, 7th grade and up, to apply to be Leaders In Training or Youth Group Leaders for this year as soon as possible.  The deadline is September 1st and the schedule will be set based on applications received by that date.  Any questions? Contact Pam Scheininger at pscheininger@hotmail.com.

LIT Application  
In Our Kehilla
Yoetzet Program
Many of you have read in the Jewish Link about the Yoetzet Halacha program in Teaneck. In it, Netivot is prominently mentioned as one of the sponsors of the program. We are very proud of our support for this important program and encourage other shuls to formally sponsor it as well. We are in the process of completing our fundraising efforts for our annual donation to the program without adversely affecting our other budgetary needs.  We encourage everyone who can contribute to please send in your contribution made out to the shul with the memo note to Michael Knopf.
Bikur Cholim
Members and their families are encouraged to visit patients at Care One on Shabbat afternoons (or other times during the week, if that’s more convenient for you).

A sign-up spreadsheet is linked here.  
Also, if you know of anyone within our community who is ill or home bound and would like visitors, please be in touch with Richard Dukas; richard@dukaspr.com; 201/417-7730.
Invite prospective and new families for a Shabbat meal! 
As new families visit and join our shul, we would like to welcome them and help them meet shul members. If you'd like to be among the hosts (or would like to be hosted), please e-mail Daniel Moskovits at  daniel.moskovits@gmail.com or call 917-328-7163.
For Your Information
Bikur Cholim of Bergen County

Bikur Cholim of Bergen County (BCBC) provides support, facilities, and services to ease the burden of families during trying times. We partner with our families to relieve some of the stress and effects of illness, with compassion and concern.   BCBC is a volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization, guided by  the RCBC.   

We are currently looking for men and women who would like to join our volunteer core of sensitive and caring individuals, so that we can expand our services to those in need. We are looking for volunteers to help with: meal preparation, driving the elderly or ill to local doctor appointments, visiting people in need, or giving respite to a caregiver. As we expand, we are also looking for people with organizational expertise to oversee new projects.
  Please visit our website at bikurcholimbergencounty.org and visit our VOLUNTEER PAGE or email volunteer@bikurcholimbergencounty.org  to sign up to help our efforts.  For any questions call us at 201-579-3066
 In Our Community
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  • 8/29 Dr. Ari Mermelstein at Rinat Yisrael
  • 9/9 Lamdeinu High Holiday classes begin
  • 9/8 - 9/20 Drisha High Holiday Programs
  • 9/8 Ma'ayanot Adult Education offers Intermediate Level Ulpan
  • 9/14,15,22 & 23 JLE Explanatory High Holiday Services
  • 9/20 Annual Yom Iyun at Ma'ayanot
  • 9/20 Tomchei Shabbos holding annual Kapparos event
  • 10/4 MTA presents Macabbi Tel Aviv vs. Armani Milan
  • 10/19 JFNNJ Hebrew Ulpan starts
  • No Shekel Left Behind. Donating to Beit Yatir Youth Center through Beth Aaron
  • Thursday night Parsha Shiur at Rinat Yisrael
  • Rav Meir Goldwicht's Parshat HaShavua in Hebrew 
  • Torah in the AM
  • Center for Food Action
  • Tomchei Shabbos help needed in Bergenfield
  • Chesed Opportunities
  • Newspaper coupons for Helping Hands Food Pantry
  • Ample Harvest
  • Support Groups - Nechama Comfort, Holding Hands, LOSS, Separation/Divorce Groups, Financial Freedom Support Group, Domestic Violence Group,  JACS, 2nd Generation
  • Simcha G'machs - tables, chairs, centerpieces, tablecloths, bris pillows, pillowcases and outfits, wedding presents and medical supplies
Coming Up At Davar
October 16 & 17 - Professor Moshe Halbertal  
November 6 & 7 - Rabbi Dov Linzer
followed on Saturday night with a special recording of "The Joy of Text" podcast
November 20 & 21 - Rabbi Daniel Sperber       
January 29 & 30,2016 - Peter Beinart   
Connect with us
Congregation Netivot Shalom
Nathaniel Helfgot, Rabbi • Michael Rogovin, President
811 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666
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