Congregation Keter Torah

600 Roemer Ave

Teaneck, NJ 07666

(201) 907 - 0180

 


 
 
 
Friday                          
5:35pm - Candle Lighting
 
For Those Registered on our Shul Campus this Shabbat
5:40pm - Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat  
  • Main Sanctuary
  • Patio Tent

Shabbat               
Shacharit
  • 7:45am - Patio Tent                      Davening this week begins at Nishmat
  • 9:00am - Main Sanctuary              Followed by a short shiur by Rabbi Baum
  • 9:15am - Ballroom minyan           Led by Rabbi Willig
  • 9:30am - Patio Tent                     Davening this week begins at Nishmat
10:02am - Latest Shma
9:45am Junior Congregation
10:00am - Youth Groups
10:00am - Torah Tots  
10:40am - Youth Groups  
On the grass behind the back youth rooms
For boys and girls in grades 3-4 in the parking lot tent
In the parking lot tent
For Nursery and Pre-K in the parking lot tent
 
Following the 9:00am minyan - Rabbi Baum will give a short shiur on "Rambam Including Avraham's
Past to Motivate Us." Masks covering your nose and mouth, along with social distancing, will be required. Starting next week the shiur will meet 20 minutes before Shacharit.
 
Mincha
  • 1:30pm - Main Sanctuary
  • 1:45pm - Patio Tent
4:30pm - Daf Yomi - No pop-ins. Masks covering your nose and mouth and social distancing will be required.   
6:30pm - Ma'ariv
6:35pm - Shabbat ends

Backyard Minyanim - Those registered at backyard minyanim for Shabbat will be notified by their host of the davening schedule.


Shabbat Schedule for Home
Friday  
5:46pm - Plag HaMincha
5:40pm - Mincha / Kabbalat Shabbat

Shabbat
10:02am - Latest Shma
1:09pm - Earliest Mincha
5:53pm - Sunset (finish Mincha before sunset)
6:30pm - Ma'ariv
6:35pm - Shabbat ends

Move Clocks Back this Motzei Shabbat
 
 
 
Safety Guidelines:
  • All of the minyanim and shiurim require social distancing. Masks must be worn over the mouth and nose prior to entering the Shul campus. Masks with "filters" and bandanas are absolutely not allowed at any of our minyanim and shiurim. Please do not walk around and socialize before, during, or after davening or shiurim.
  • Anyone who has come to New Jersey within the last 14 days from a state or country that is currently on the NJ quarantine list cannot attend any minyan. This applies to both residents and guests, including those arriving from overseas.
  • Please bring your own siddurim, taleisim and head coverings to Shul. These will not be available.

Mazal Tov
  • To Gemma & Corey Turk on the birth of a son, Ikey. Mazal Tov to grandparents Ria & Tim Levart and Lynne & Charles Turk.
  • To Karen & Mottie Guttmann and Rebecca & Steven Schwartz on the birth of a grandson, to parents Dena & David Schwartz. Mazal Tov to great-grandparents, Florence & Joseph Appleman, Friedel & Jakob Guttmann, Nancy and Jerry Kolodny and Joe & Barbara Schwartz.
  • To Aviva & Donny Baitner on the occasion of their son, Noah, putting on tefillin for the first time.
 
New Member Spotlight - Matya & David Rothenberg
  • David and Matya Rothenberg and their two-year-old son, Asher, recently moved from the UpperWest Side to Ridge Street in New Milford. Earlier this month, they welcomed a baby girl, Vivian, into their growing family. David is a corporate attorney at Schulte Roth & Zabel, with a focus on M&A, PIPEs and shareholder activism, and Matya works in public investor relations at Ares Management. Before moving to New Milford, they had visited Keter Torah and knew it was the perfect community for them. The Rothenbergs look forward to getting more involved in the shul, and meeting its wonderful members. David's email is david.m@gmail.com and Matya can be reached at matya.rothenberg@gmail.com.
 
Nichum Aveilim
  • To Bill Roth on the passing of his beloved brother, David Roth, z"l.
 
Thank You
  • To all CSS members who volunteer their time daily to protect our Shul.

Campus Minyanim
  • With the weather getting cooler and the imminent changing of the clock, we will occasionally make some adjustments to the davening for the outdoor minyanim. We will have the Shabbat and daily outdoor minyanim for as long as they can be maintained. For now, the daily Mincha / Ma'ariv minyan will continue to meet outdoors. On most evenings, beginning next week, there will be Heicha Kedusha for Mincha with Ma'ariv beginning immediately after Mincha. Anyone interested in a zman Mincha minyan on Shabbat afternoon after the clocks change, should email howard@ketertorah.org and indicate preference for an indoor or outdoor minyan.

 
November Calendar
  • To download the Keter Torah November calendar, click here.


 IN KETER TORAH PARKING LOT
 

Weekday Minyanim
  • Shacharit Inside: Sunday at 8:30am; Monday and Thursday at 6:45am; Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 6:55am
  • Shacharit Outside: Sunday at 8:00am; Monday through Friday at 7:15am
  • Mincha/Ma'ariv Outside: Sunday through Thursday at 4:40pm
 
If you are already signed up for the weekday morning minyanim, there is no need to reregister, except for the Sunday morning inside minyan.
 

Shabbat Table Bootcamp with Rabbi Baum

The entire series is being sponsored again by Elana & Marc Rothenberg and Rachel Feiner, in memory of Elana and Rachel's father, Azriel ben Yaacov Feiner, z"l

Weekly sponsorships are available at $100 per week.
To sponsor, email howard@ketertorah.org.
 
 
 
Click here to sign up for the Tefilla Shiur WhatsApp Group
 
 
 
Guidelines for Sunday, November 1, through Thursday, November 5
 
Mincha: Earliest times to daven Mincha
  • Sunday through Thursday - 12:09pm
Sunset: Finish davening Mincha before sunset
  • Sunday - 4:51pm; Monday - 4:50pm; Tuesday - 4:49pm; Wednesday - 4:48pm; Thursday - 4:47pm
Ma'ariv: Daven Ma'ariv after sunset
 
 
Recordings
 
Keter Torah on Social Media
 
 
Youth News             Youth Director: Rivki Rosenthal (rivkirosenthal@gmail.com)
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
Please Join Our Ongoing Shiurim
 
Sunday at 7:15am
Monday at 6:30pm
Tuesday through Friday at 6:40am
Daf Yomi
 
Dial in: +1 646 558 8656; Meeting ID: 878 5954 9975 Password: DafYomi
Sunday at 10:00am
November 1

Al haTorah via Zoom https://zoom.us/j/9796460087 Source Sheets: Bereishit 46
Monday at 7:30pm
November 2

Salsa Shiur via Zoom Join our Cloud HD Video Meeting
Meeting ID: 869 7850 3933 Password: 550559
Tuesday and Thursday at 9:15am
November 3 & 5

Torah in the AM with Rabbi Menahem Meier 
via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/646176156?pwd=SXFhT1hXVUZJd3V4SXBUbTdQSkMrQT09
Meeting ID: 646 176 156; Passcode: 545433; Dial in: 646 558 8656
Wednesday at 8:00am
November 4

Tefilla Shiur with Rabbi Baum - "Living on a Prayer from this Parsha," a 20-minute Hilchot Tefilla shiur on laws derived from the weekly Torah portion. Via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82077328795
Meeting ID: 820 7732 8795 Passcode: 372488. To receive the shiur recording via WhatsApp, click here.
Wednesday at 10:30am
November 4

Yael Weil's Parshat Hashavua shiur via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84208732809
Dial in: 646 558 8656 Meeting ID: 842 0873 2809 Passcode: 611753
Wednesday via WhatsApp & Email
November 4

Studying the Siddur: A ten-minute audio class with Rabbi Willig.
To receive the shiur via WhatsApp, click here. To receive the shiur via email, e-mail aliza@ketertorah.org.
Thursday via WhatsApp & Email
November 5

Daf a Week Project, with Rabbi Baum studying Masechet Yevamot daf 25
To sign up, e-mail aliza@ketertorah.org.
Friday via WhatsApp & Email
November 6
 
Shabbat Table Bootcamp with Rabbi Baum: Approximately 20 minutes of lessons from the Parsha, Rishonim, Contemporary Greats, and Chassidic Masters. To receive the shiur via WhatsApp, click here. To receive the shiur via email, e-mail aliza@ketertorah.org.

 
Thank You to Our Learning and Shiur Sponsors

Daf Yomi
In honor of
Anonymous
The Daf Yomi Chaburah and the Keter Torah Chesed Committee
Keter Torah Al haTorah Chavurah
In memory of
Rabbi Meier Brueckheimer and family
Helen Brueckheimer, z"l
Yael Weil's Parshat Hashavua Shiur
In memory of
Gail & Binyamin Rieder
Alisa Flatow, z"l, HY"D
Helen & Manny Adler
Helen's mother, Yittel bat Binyomin Zev, Yetty Monderer, z"l
Jackie Leifert Bodenheimer & Saul Bodenheimer
Jackie's father, Ben Zion ben Shmuel v'Raizel, z"l
Beverly & Michael Kastner
Beverly's father, Zev Yehudah ben Baruch, William Berger, z"l
Susan & Daniel Turk
Susan's mother, Pesya bat Chaim Yehuda, 
Pearl Berger Melnick, z"l
Leah & Efraim Zoldan
Efraim's mother, Kreindel bat Efraim Zalman, Klara Zoldan, z"l
Shabbat Table Bootcamp
In memory of
Elana & Marc Rothenberg and
Rachel Feiner
Elana and Rachel's father, Azriel ben Yaacov Feiner, z"l
Faigi & Stanley Fischman
Stanley's father, Nesanel ben Moshe, Sandor Fischman, z"l, and Faigi's father, HaRav Aharon Aryeh HaLevi ben HaRav Avraham Yosef Yoska HaLevi, Rabbi Aaron Gottesman, z"l
Esther & Jerry Friedman
Jerry's father, Yechezkel Aharon ben Yoseph Yehudah, Carl Friedman, z"l
Heidi & Eric Kuperman
Eric's father, Eliyahu Shimon ben Chaim Tzvi HaLevi, E. Seymour Kuperman, z"l
Harriet Levin
Harriet's mother, Bat Ami bat Shmuel, Bessie Marks Baker, z"l
Dalit & Harris Sterman
Harris's father, Moshe Chaim ben Yechiel Zvi HaLevi, Morris Sterman, z"l

 

 
Community News
  • Virtual Open Houses
Sunday, November 1, at 7:30pm - RYNJ, www.rynj.org
Wednesday, November 4, at 7:30pm - Yeshivat He'Atid, www.yeshivatheatid.org/open-house
Sunday, November 8, at 8:00pm - Naaleh High School for Girls, www.naalehhighschool.org/admissions  
Wednesday, November 11 - Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool and Tenafly Chabad Academy, sonya@lpsnj.org
  • On Sunday, November 1, at 8:30pm, the Jewish Center of Teaneck will present "Maintaining Emotional Health: A Father-Son Conversation." Rabbi Daniel Fridman will interview his father, psychiatrist Dr. Morton Fridman, regarding maintaining our emotional wellbeing in challenging times. For Zoom information, visit jcot.org.
  • The Yad Leah Clothing for Israel Dash for Dignity-5K run will take place on Sunday, November 8. For information, email yadleah.org/dash.
  • The Teaneck Mikvah and the Teaneck Keylim Mikvah are open by appointment only. Please visit the mikvah website comfor details or www.teaneckmikvah.com/Appointment/ to make an appointment.


Please include in your tefilot IDF soldiers and KT members serving in the IDF:
Chana Cohen, Eli Englard, Tzvi Silver, and Andrew Wolf.

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