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Beth Moshe Congregation in North Miami represents exactly what its name means (Beth) a house. Over the last 25 years, Beth Moshe has emerged as a synagogue with all the qualities of a home. Each member is part of an extended family, filled with a warm sense of belonging which nourishes the need to feel connected – physically, spiritually and emotionally. All ages blend to plan and attend events, its school, Jewish programs, Torah classes, Shabbat dinners and many diverse programs which are the foundation that brings the community together. This week's torah portion is parashat beha'alotcha. Earliest mincha (mincha gedolah) 5:28 pm. These 18 minutes provide a grace period for watches and clocks set to slightly different times, ensuring that no one begins shabbat any later than the actual.

About shabbat candle lighting each friday, 18 minutes before sundown, we usher in the shabbat with candle lighting, preventing the potential chaos of stumbling about in darkened quarters and bringing an atmosphere of holiness and peace into the home. As a lad david played for saul, and at the end of his life, he is described as the “sweet singer of israel.”. Light shabbat candles at 7:14 pm in miami beach, fl 33139; Welcome to Moishe House Aventura, where the sun is always shining and our pool is always open for a good time! We provide innovative and unique Jewish experiences for young Jewish professionals ages 22-35. Our events are never predictable, but here is a sneak peek of what’s to come: delicious shabbat dinners, seasonal festivities, community volunteer engagement, social hang outs, outdoors activities, and our personal favorite… your suggestions!! In our house you will meet Jews from all over the world with different cultures and flavors. Be part of our community; be part of our Moishe House! Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen — the charming Middle Eastern restaurant from hospitality entrepreneurs Omer Horev and Sam Gorenstein in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood — will bring back another edition of Shabbat Under the Stars on Friday night. Ease into the traditional day of rest with a family-style Shabbat dinner under Abbalé’s garden pergola. On select Friday evenings, two seatings will be offered, at 6 and 8:30 p.m., each accommodating one group of six to ten people and priced at $125 per person. The four-course meal includes kiddush (one bottle each of Israeli red and white wines), house-baked challah, plus branded kippahs. Menu highlights include falafel with tahini, Moroccan-style roasted whole local red snapper, grilled lamb chops, fire-roasted baby cauliflower, and baklava for dessert. Reservations can be requested via email to [email protected] 6 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. Friday, December 24. Follow Abbalé on Instagram @abbaletv for 2022 dates. 864 Commerce St., Miami Beach; 305-902-3477; abbatlvkitchen.com. (Source: www.miaminewtimes.com)

 

 

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