This Week’s Announcements and Zmanim – Parshas Eikev

This Week’s Announcements and Zmanim – Parshas Eikev

This Week’s Announcements and Zmanim – Parshas Eikev
*Announcements*:
1. Mazel tov to Mr. and Mrs. Shmulie Brown on the birth of a baby boy this week! The Shalom Zachor will take place tonight at the Brown home, 64 Tennyson, beginning at 9:30 pm. The Shalom Zachor will be in the backyard, weather permitting. If forced inside due to rain, those who come are asked to please wear masks. 2. The shul’s seating is now split between social distancing and standard seating. The entire back of the shul as well as the front right side have been set up as social distancing sections. There are no assigned seats. All shul attendees, regardless of section, must wear a face mask. 3. Please review the times listed for minyanim, as there have been several changes in the last week or two.
*Shabbos Zmanim*:
– Plag Hamincha: 6:37 pm – Mincha: 7:00 pm – Hadlakas Neiros: 7:46 pm – Shacharis: 8:30 am – Sof Zman Krias Shema: 8:43 / 9:30 am – Sof Zman Tefilah: 10:41 am – Earliest Mincha: 1:37 pm – Mincha: 6:30 pm – Shkiah: 8:03 pm – Rabbi Spira Drosha: 8:25 pm – Maariv Motzei Shabbos: 8:54 pm
*Shul Weekday Zmanim*:
– *Sunday:* – Shacharis: 8:30 am – Mincha/Maariv: 7:40 pm – *Weekday Schedule:* – Shacharis Monday-Friday: 7:00 am – Mincha/Maariv Monday-Thursday: 7:40 pm
*Guidelines for Davening at Shul*: In consultation with the community’s Covid-19 task force, the Shul has developed the following guidelines to ensure the safety of our members and visitors. Please review these carefully.
– *Masks are required for everyone entering the building (including children).* – Due to capacity restraints we are only able to accommodate children who are coming out of 5th grade and up. – The shul’s seating has been divided between socially distanced and standard seating. The entire back of the shul as well as the front right side have been set up as social distancing sections. Please do not move any chairs or tables within these sections. – *If you feel sick (even with symptoms unrelated to Covid-19), please do not come to Shul.

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