WEEKLY UPDATE - Ohr HaTorah & Chabad of Charlotte

  • Dear Friends,

    This Shabbat - 22 Adar 1 5784 • March 2, 2024 we read the Portion Ki Tisa from the Book of Shemot. This Torah portion describes the highs and lows of the Jewish People, The lowest point of their conduct was the crafting of the golden calf which was to serve as a deity. The highest point, was G-d's revelation to Moshe and the subsequent forgiveness of the Jewish people. This culminated with giving of the second Tablets which contained expanded Torah knowledge which is being studied ever since this event Included in this portion are the amazing 13 attributes of G-d mercy with which Moshe supplicated G-d. In our times, when these attributes are recited with proper intent, they brings about the forgiveness and acceptance of Hashem.

     We are in midst of the days of Adar, when we increase in our joy. May G-d give us the blessings of peace, health and tranquility which will bring us to greater joy.

    This Shabbat we will be celebrating together after service service with a great Kiddush. The Kiddush is being sponsored by the Community Kiddush Fund, which is made possible by the generosity of our donors.

    MINCHA IS AT 6:05 PM

  • Friday - 21 Adar 1 • March 1:

    • Morning Service - 6:30 am.
    • Candle Lighting - 6:01 pm.
    • Mincha - 6:05 pm.

      Shabbat - 22 Adar 1 - March 2:

    • Shabbat Morning Class - 9:00 am
    • Shabbat Morning Services - 10:00 am.
    • Shabbat Kiddush Luncheon after Morning Services.
    • Mincha immediately after Kiddush Luncheon.
    • Maariv is at 7:15 pm.

    Sunday Morning Service - 8:30 am.

    Daily Morning Service M-F - 6:30 am.

    Mincha this Week - 6:05 pm. 

    This weeks Torah reading of Ki Tisa, shares with us the true definition of Jewish leadership. Moshe, who was the most righteous and saintly human, see the fall of his people with their decadent behavior, while worshiping an idol. His first concern is to gain G-d's forgiveness for his people. His second action is to punish those who sinned and admonish those who enabled it. Following that, Moshe spends 80 days and night on top of Mount Sinai interceding on behalf of his flock. He did so with total devotion and self sacrifice. That is why Moshe is remembered as the eternal loyal shepherd. 

    Shabbat Shalom 

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