לארשי תראפת תליהק

‫קהילת תפארת ישראל‬
Welcome to Congregation Tiferes Yisroel Shabbos Afternoon Shiur
Parshas Vayera
Join us every Shabbos afternoon, one hour before Mincha, for the Rabbi’s shiur. This week’s shiur will be given by Rabbi Shlomo Porter,
on “Memories
of a world
that was. Building the world that is. Reflections on a trip to Vilna and Lithuania.”
‫הרב מנחם ראובן הלוי גולדברגר‬
‫שליטא מרא‬
• Raizy Cohen, Raiselle
bas Sarah
• Shaya Cohen, Yeshaya Lev ben Shelly Gabriella
• Hillel Zeitlin, Hillel Mordechai ben Miriam
• Risha Saperstein
Pushka total: $10,011 (see p. 3)
Congregation Tiferes Yisroel!
bWelcome to
Parshas Tazria/Metzora
15 Cheshvan 5775/November 8, 2014.
Celebrating our 28th year
Candle Lighting:
Refuah Shalaimah to
4:41 pm
4:45 pm
Shabbos Day
Shabbos is over after:
8:30 am
4:20 pm
6:00 pm
6:11 pm
8:00 am
4:35 pm
6:30 am
Mincha/Maariv followed by Malchus
Shlomo with Rabbi Goldberger: 4:35 pm
Next Shabbos – Parshas Chaye Sarah
Candle Lighting:
4:34 pm
Friday Mincha:
4:35 pm
This Shabbos
• 7:30-8:30 pm. Father/Son Learning.
Men’s Bais Medrash
Our new Bais Medrash Program for men is
on Monday and Wednesday nights from 8 to
9, followed by maariv. And there will be
freshly brewed coffee and refreshments.
This new program features several different
learning opportunities of varying lengths to
make it possible for everyone to participate.
• Monday
• 8-8:35, Reb Shlomo Goldberger, Mishna
• 8-9, Jay Taffel, Rambam Hilchos Tzitzis
• 8:45-9, Shuki Nissan, Chovos Hatalmidim
• Wednesday
• 8-8:35, Reb Shlomo Goldberger, the
Weekly Parsha
• 8:45-9, Shuki Nissan, Chovos Hatalmidim
Father/Son Learning
We’re excited to begin Father/Son
Learning this Motzei Shabbos, from 7:30 to
8:30. It’s a wonderful way to hold onto the
Kedusha from Shabbos as you and your
son(s)/grandsons share this special time
Pizza and refreshments will be available at
the end of learning, from 8 to 8:30, along with
stories of our holy Tzaddikim. We will meet
upstairs in our beautiful Bais Medrash.
We’re also looking for sponsors for this
year’s learning cycle. A special thank you to
our first sponsor of the year — Rabbi Elie and
Esther Levi, in honor of their children Daniel,
Akiva, and Malki.
Pushka Campaign
We did it. We made it to $10,000. Yay!!
Thank you to everyone who contributed. And
thank you to Shlomo and Ahuva Goldberger.
Women’s Shiur with Rabbi
Beginning Sunday night, December 14,
there will be a new women’s shiur with Rabbi
Goldberger. We will be learning Navi,
“Shmuel,” about Dovid HaMelech both prior
to his becoming king and during his kingdom.
Please bring a Sefer Shmuel with Rashi. The
shiur will be held in the Nancy Taffel Annex,
time to be announced.
Tiferes Yisroel Shabbos
Chanuka Family Seuda
Please join us on December 20, Shabbos
Chanuka, for a family seuda, catered by our
own Tiferes Yisroel Gourmet Chefs. The cost
is $20 per person with a family cap of $100.
No charge for children under three. To reserve
your seat(s), please email Reb Shlomo
Goldberger at [email protected] or call
410-358-4456. Paid reservations are due
December 8.
Ages 12 and older are invited to a special
presentation at 2:30 in the Bais Medrash,
“Convert or Die,” featuring Rabbi Shlomo
Horwitz. All are welcome for dessert, divrei
Torah and singing at 1:45 pm. Sponsorships
are welcome.
Looking for Gourmet Chefs
Have you seen our stunning new kitchen?
Don’t you want to cook in it? Here’s your
chance. You can be one of the gourmet chefs
preparing the meal for Tiferes Yisroel’s
Shabbos Chanukah family seudah. Please
email Rebbetzin Bracha at [email protected]
verizon.net to work out the details.
Mazel Tov to
• Rabbi Shlomo and Rivka Slatkin on the
birth of a boy. May they be zoche l’gadlo
l’Torah l’chupah ul’maasim tovim.
• Rabbi Reuvain and Meira Shnidman on the
engagement of their grandson, Meir Simcha
Berger, son of Rabbi Yosef and Rebbetzin
Beila Berger, to Nechama Miller, daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs. Yitzchak Miller of
Chicago. May they be zoche to build a bayis
ne’eman b’Yisrael.
• Victor Reznick on the marriage of his greatgranddaughter, Sheindel Cohen, granddaughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Leibel Reznick.
May they be zoche to build a bayis ne’eman
• Rabbi Shimon and Miriam Apisdorf on the
wedding of their son, Yitzie, to Sheera
Shomrony. May they be zoche to build a
bayis ne’eman b’Yisrael.
This week’s Lev Echad is sponsored by:
Rabbi Reuvain and Meira Shnidman, with deep gratitude to Hashem for the simcha of their grandson, Meir Simcha Berger’s
engagement to Nechama Miller of Chicago. With best wishes to the Rav and Rebbetzin and to the whole kehilla.
Visit us at tiferesyisroel.org
The Weekly Parsha
The Weekly Internet Parasha
by Mordecai Kornfeld
The Prayers of Our Forefathers
The daily prayers were instituted by our
forefathers. Avraham instituted the morning
prayer, as the verse says, “Avraham arose
early to stand at the place in which he had
earlier stood [in prayer] before Hashem”
(Bereishit 19:27). Yitzchak instituted the
afternoon prayer and Yakov instituted the
evening prayer (Berachos 26b).
Our Sages tell us that the three prayers of
the day were established by our three
forefathers. Although the exact wording of
our prayers is clearly a later institution, it is
reasonable to assume that it was composed
with this point in mind. We may expect the
life history and accomplishments of each
forefather to be reflected in “his” prayer.
Although the keynote of our services, the
Shemoneh Esreh, is nearly identical in all
three of the daily prayers, nevertheless the
introductory prayers which precede the
Shemoneh Esreh vary greatly from one prayer
to the other. It is in these that we would
expect to find an allusion to the patron of that
particular prayer. Let us search the daily
prayers for such allusions.
The first prayer of the day is Shacharit, or
the morning prayers. The poem “Adon Olam”
plays a prominent part among the opening
words of Shacharit. It has been suggested that
this is associated with the teaching of the
Gemara in Berachot (7b), “From the day
Hashem created the world, no one ever called
Him ‘Master’ (Adon), until Avraham came
and called Him ‘Master’ ” (Bereishit 15:8).
Avraham was the one who taught the people
of the world that they are not free to do as
they please; there is a Master up above to
Whom we must hearken. Since Avraham
instituted the morning prayer, we mention his
most important teaching at the very beginning
of this prayer. (Tikun Tefilah in Otzar
ha’Tefilos citing the Vilna Gaon; introduction
to Koheles Yitzchak on the Torah, citing a
student of the Vilna Gaon; see also Sidur
Sha’ar ha’Rachamim, written by Rav Pinchas
of Polotzk, student of the Vilna Gaon, for a
similar approach.)
We end the introductory Psalms of the
“Yishtabach.” In at least some versions
Yishtabach ends with five consecutive
phrases, the acrostic of which spells out
“Avraham!” This was undoubtedly instituted
for the same reason.
Parshas Vayera
Twice a day, in the morning and the
evening, we precede the Shemoneh Esreh
prayer with the recital of the verses of the
Shema. This is a 
particularly appropriate
introduction for the prayers of Avraham and
The Shema has two motifs: (1) accepting
upon ourselves Hashem’s sovereignty
(Mishnah, Berachot 13a), and (2) accepting
upon ourselves to learn Hashem’s Torah
(Gemara, Berachot 14b). These two themes
correspond exactly to the primary teachings of
Avraham and Yakov. Avraham taught the
world that Hashem is the Master of all
Creation and that it is He Whom we must
serve (Rashi Bereishit 12:5; 21:33). The
morning Shema ushers in Avraham’s prayer
by emphasizing this theme. Yakov’s life was
dominated by the study of Torah (Rashi
Bereishit 25:27; 28:9, 11). We therefore
introduce his prayer with Shema as well, this
time because of the other theme of Shema.
It is also interesting to note that in Shema
we call on “Yisrael” to hear our proclamation
that Hashem is One — “Hear O Israel
[Yisrael]!” The name “Yisrael,” besides
referring to the collective Jewish population,
is used to refer to both Yakov (Bereishit
35:10) and Avraham (the first Israelite;
compare Tehilim 105:7 with Divrei Hayamim
I 16:13).
The blessings that surround the Shema in
both the morning and evening prayers may
also be interpreted as specific to Avraham and
Yakov. In the morning, we precede the Shema
with two blessings: one an ode to the Divine
force driving what we call “nature,” and
another blessing Hashem for lovingly
choosing Israel from among the other nations.
The first is easily associated with Avraham,
for it was through Avraham’s contemplation
of nature that he came to recognize the Hand
of Hashem in this world (Midrash Raba,
beginning of Lech Lecha). The second
certainly applies to Avraham, for it was he
that Hashem lovingly chose from all the
nations of the world (as worded in Nechemya
9:7, “Asher Bacharta”). After Shema we bless
Hashem for redeeming Israel — which,
specific to Avraham, may be alluding to
Avraham’s miraculous salvation from
imminent death first at the hands of Nimrod
and later at the hands of the warring kings
(Rashi Bereishit 18:27).
In the evening, we introduce the Shema
with two blessings, the first over the day/night
cycle and the second over the study of the
Torah and Hashem’s love for His people. The
first is appropriate for Yakov, since Hashem
altered the daily cycle for him, letting the sun
set early at one point, and having it set late for
him at another point (Rashi Bereishit 28:11;
32:32). In this manner Hashem demonstrated
specifically to Yakov His dominion over the
cycle of day and night, and it is thus
appropriate during the prayer of Yakov to
offer recognition to Hashem for his control
over this cycle. The second blessing certainly
is specific for Yakov, for he exemplified the
study of Torah (as mentioned above) and
Hashem singled Yakov out to express to him
His love (Malachi 1:2).
After Shema, we first bless Hashem for
redeeming Yisrael. Since we find that Hashem
“redeemed” Yakov (Yeshayah 44:23), and
that Yakov’s second name was Yisrael, the
blessing clearly may be referring to the
experiences of our forefather Yakov. Next, we
bless Hashem for protecting us and spreading
His protective tent over Yisrael. This may be
alluding to the incident in which Hashem
prevented the hostile Canaanite nations from
chasing or harming Yakov (Bereishit 35:5).
Finally, the afternoon prayer was instituted
by Yitzchak. Before beginning the afternoon
Shemoneh Esreh, we recite a chapter from
Psalms (Tehilim 145). According to the
Talmud (Berachot 4b), what makes this
particular chapter unique is the fact that it
thanks Hashem for providing sustenance to all
creatures. Yitzchak, even more than the other
forefathers, saw that material wealth does not
stem from one’s physical efforts, but rather
the Hand of Hashem directly provides us with
all of our needs. Hashem granted Yitzchak
wealth well beyond the physical efforts he put
into earning it (Bereishit 26:12, 13 and Rashi).
When Yitzchak went to pray his afternoon
prayer (Bereishit 24:63), Avraham had sent
his slave Eliezer to find Yitzchak an
appropriate mate. As some commentaries
explain, Yitzchak was apparently going to
pray for the success of the slave’s mission. No
sooner did he begin to pray, than he lifted his
eyes and saw that they were answered! Eliezer
was returning successfully with Yitzchak’s
wife-to-be, Rivkah (ibid.). In a similar
manner, we are told that one should take care
to concentrate during the afternoon prayers
(even though they are prayed when one is
weary, immediately after a day of work),
since they are sure to be answered (Berachot
6b). On Shabbat, we refer to the afternoon
prayers as “prayers in a time of Hashem’s
goodwill.” Perhaps the power of Yitzchak’s
original afternoon prayer imbued these
prayers with their unique potency.
May Hashem answer all of our prayers, in
the merit of our saintly forefathers!
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Rebbetzin’s Soup Gmach
To enjoy, when unfortunately necessary,
please contact Rebbetzin Goldberger for pickup at 410-542-9656.
Women’s Tehillim Group
The Women’s Tehillim Group meets every
Sunday at 10 am in the Nancy Taffel Annex.
Please join us when you can.
Daven with us at 6201 Park Heights Avenue
Parshas Vayera
Focus on Chesed Used Book Sale
Keep a Daily Notebook, Make a Daily Entry
As we move into the last phase of this year’s Focus on Chesed, you
can focus on chesed by setting aside a notebook and entering one act
of chesed you did each day. This can be a chesed for someone inside
or outside your family.
Yaakov Goldman has designed and produced a pocket chesed
notebook (free of charge) for us to make a chesed entry each day. He
is also working on the “Ten Greatest Chesed Stories” with Rabbi
Pesach Krohn to be available soon. The first two journals to the
family are free, after that they are $1 each. They are also free via
Mincha/maariv is now one hour earlier,
back to standard time. Join us this week at
4:35 pm. Mincha/maariv is followed by
“Malchus Shlomo” with Rabbi Goldberger. In
between mincha and maariv, there are five
minutes of Mesillas Yesharim by the
Join the Chessed Challenge Volunteer Team or bring it to your
organization. Contact: [email protected] (410) 903-4653.
Sign up by emailing [email protected]
The pushka challenge is to put whatever amount
of money one is able into a pushka every day or
as often as possible. The recommended amount
is only 36 cents a day.
When your pushka is full, please empty it into
a ziplock bag marked with your name, and drop
it into our locked mailbox at 3310 W. Strathmore
Avenue. If it is difficult for you to drop it off,
please contact Shlomo and Ahuva Goldberger at
410-358-4456 to arrange a pickup. If you need a
shul pushka, you may take one from the shul
window sill, and they will be replenished as
Latest contributors:
Rabbi and Rebbetzin Goldberger
Shlomo and Ahuva Goldberger
Morty and Beth Tenenbaum
Shul Pushka
Fred and Rena Levi
Mayer and Atarah Berman
Nosson and Aviva Weisbord
Yaakov and Shari Rosen Trofimov
Bluestein family
Fred Petersen and Alisa Mandel
HIllorie Morrison
Ken and Yocheved Gelula
Running total:
Come check out our used book sale located
upstairs outside the Bais Medrash. Everything
is $5 or less. If you would like to donate any
gently used Sefarim or Jewish books, please
contact Steve Schwarz at 410-446-8330 or
[email protected] All proceeds go to
the shul.
Rabbi and Rebbetzin
Shlomo and Ahuva
Howard and Dvora Sora
Moshe and Shelly Cohen
Jerry and Eileen
Jonathan and Talia Raun
Ari and Caryn Blum
Ken and Chana Birnbaum
Bob Rosenfelt
Lenny and Glenna Ross
Keely and Jillian
Fred and Rena Levi
Elie and Esther Levi
Sima Cooperman
Betzalel and Esther Huff
Lev Avraham and Rachel
Nisan and Marietta Jaffee
Mo and Shaina Margolese
Barbara Landsman
Rottman family
Yisroel and Yaffa Addess
Tehilla Rottman
Chaim and Rivka Bluestein
Shulamis Heldoorn
Moshe and Joyce Dreyfuss
Hillorie Morrison
Ed and Mesa Leventhal
Zvi and Rochelle Kushner
Kenneth Hendon and Aliza
Avrum Weiss and Joan
Ida Goldberger
Gregg Levitan
Tim Ryan
Steven and Shari Rosen
Steven and Kayla Halon
Binny Margolese
Morty and Beth
Ann Stiller
Yisrael and Rina Bethea
Saul and Raizy Cohen
Efraim Katz and Judy
Rafi Kristall-Weiss
Dov and Tayna Goldstein
Dov and Karen Pear
Mordechai Beleck
Ze’ev Beleck
Elie and Esther Weiner
Rabbi Chaim Tzvi and
Libbi Kakon
Mordecai Zev and Aviva
Yaakov and Batsheva
Zussman family
Esther Barak
Yosef and Tova
Dvora Childress
Suzanne Kayne
Jared and Stephanie Ezra
Binyomin and Elisheva
Elie and Esther Levi
Nisan and Meira Blaxberg
Saul and Toby Passe
Jon and Ila Bierer
Yaakov and Ester Gur
Aaron and Shoshana
Sarah Friedman
Rabbi Howard and Felicia
Aryeh Leib and Simy
Samira Bethea
Ben Kristall-Weiss
Mayer and Atarah Berman
Nosson and Aviva
Fred Petersen and Alisa
Ken and Yocheved Gelula
• November 8: Women’s shiur in memory of
Chaya Malka Barkai and Esther Nechama
Margolese. Sefer HaChinnuch, led by Dr.
Dovid Clay. Home of Joyce Dreyfuss, 3820
Menlo Drive, each Shabbos at 3:30 pm. All
women and high school girls are invited.
• November 8: Jewish history lecture series
with Rabbi Dovid Katz. The Ben Gurion
Era at High Noon. 8 pm, Shomrei.
• November 9: Uncle Moishy concert. Call
410-952-2694 or email [email protected]
com for more information. 3 pm, Bnos
Yisroel building.
• November 9: Sifriyat Pijama event hosted
by Ohr Chadash Academy. All children
ages 3-7 are invited to Hebrew storytime,
including a snack and a special activity. 4
pm, OCA Library, 7310 Park Heights
Avenue, second floor.
• November 14: National Pickle Day.
• November 15: The women of the
community are invited to attend the 12th
Annual Worldwide Event for the Yahrzeit
of Rachel Imeinu and Fundraiser for Aniyei
Eretz Yisrael. Introduction by HaRav
Shmuel Kamenetsky, Shlita. Shiurim by
Rebbetzin Tehila Jaeger and Rebbetzin
Tzipora Heller. Special message by Rav
women/$7students. For more information
and to sponsor, call 410-358-2573. 8:30 pm,
• November 23: Jewish Genealogy Society
of Maryland. “Finding a Family’s Town: A
Case Study, “ and “Beyond Ancestry.com:
It Isn’t All Online!” Free for paid members
and $5 for nonmembers (applied to
membership fee when a visitor joins
JGSMD). Refreshments will be available.
Please check our website at www.jgsmd.org
for late updates and for the time, location,
and program of future meetings. 1:30-3:30
pm, Pikesville Library meeting room.
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Yizkor Donations
Morty and Beth Tenenbaum
Lenny and Glenna Ross
Andy Goldfinger
Rabbi Elie and Esther Weiner
Dov and Tayna Goldstein
Rabbi and Rebbetzin Goldberger
Jonathan and Talia Raun
Giving tzedakah in the name of the departed has
the power to elevate their soul. When you give
charity on behalf of your loved one, consider giving
to Tiferes Yisroel. And may the soul of your loved
one be bound in the bond of life, together with the
souls of Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov; Sarah,
Rivka, Rachel and Leah; and together with the other
righteous men and women in Gan Eden.
Parshas Vayera
please refrain from bringing peanut products into
the shul.
Mitzvah Cards. For $18, you get four cards that
you can mail out yourself. For $10, we will send the
card out for you, and your donation will be
announced in the Lev Echad.
Contact Glenna Ross at 410-358-1687 or e-mail
[email protected]
Ride G’mach. Call the Ride G’mach at 410358-RIDE (7433). We need ride offers when
anyone drives interstate, any direction. Not door-todoor, just city-to-city. Often, Chesed of Boro Park
calls, needing a ride to/from New York for people
with medical appointments in Baltimore hospitals.
Allan S. Novograd, Avraham Shalom ben Chaim
Yoel a”h, 15 Cheshvan, father of Yaakov
Dorothy Hisler, Devorah bas Avraham a”h, 16
Cheshvan, mother of Ira Hisler
Sol Dross, Shlomo Yitzchak ben Moshe a”h, 17
Cheshvan, father of Bracha Goetz
Bessie Lipsitz, Pesah Layah bas Cunah Leib
HaLevi a”h, 17 Cheshvan, mother of Harold
Lipsitz a”h
Anne Kayne a”h, 18 Cheshvan, grandmother of
Suzanne Kayne
Joel Novograd, Chaim Yoel ben Avraham a”h, 18
Cheshvan, father of Allan Novograd a”h
Betty Paymar, Charna Rivka bas Y’Chatzuel a”h,
18 Cheshvan, mother of Eugene Paymar
Gavriel Klatzko, Gavriel Eliyahu ben Naftali Yosef
a”h, 18 Cheshvan, brother of Rivka Malka
Esther Yosafat Casuto, Hadassah bas Eliahu a”h, 19
Cheshvan, aunt of Karen Beleck
Gary Balaban, Chaim Yaakov ben Asher a”h, 20
Cheshvan, brother of Dvora Childress
Isadore Bailis, Issur ben Eliyahu a”h, 20 Cheshvan,
grandfather of Eileen Rosenbaum
Rose Rosenfeld, Raizel bas Asher a”h, 21
Cheshvan, grandmother of Meira Blaxberg
Candle Gemach. Need yahrzeit or Shabbos
candles? The Schwartzes have a candle gemach at
their house at 3413 Olympia Avenue.
Refuah Shalaimah to
• One hour before mincha: Rambam Mishnah
Torah. Given by Jay Taffel. Upstairs Beis
• After mincha/maariv: Ahavas Chesed for men
with Rabbi Goldberger for a half hour.
Raizy Cohen, Raiselle bas Sarah
Shaya Cohen, Yeshaya Lev ben Shelly Gabriella
Hillel Zeitlin, Hillel Mordechai ben Miriam
Risha Saperstein
Joblink. Joblink provides job seekers, recruiters
and employers with valuable information regarding
employment opportunities and career information.
If you are looking for a job or know of one at
your office, please contact our shul liaison, David
Sawilowsky at [email protected], or Elly
Lasson, executive director, at Joblink, 410-6028700, [email protected]
Shul Rentals. To reserve the use of the shul’s
simcha hall or Nancy Taffel Annex, please contact
Eileen Rosenbaum at 410-764-8443 or [email protected]
tiferesyisroel.org. There is no fee to reserve the
date. For availability, go to www.tiferesyisroel.org,
and click on the “Calendar” button on the left. This
online calendar is kept up-to-date continuously.
No Peanuts! The shul is peanut-free. In
consideration of our members with peanut allergies,
Sponsorships. To arrange your sponsorship,
email [email protected] or go to
www.tiferesyisroel.org and click donate. Please
send your donation to Congregation Tiferes Yisroel,
6201 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215.
To sponsor Shemen Lamaor for a month or the
Lev Echad, Camp Shabbos or Father/Son Learning
for a week, the donation is $36.
For the following, please contact Nisan Blaxberg
at 410-358-3943 or [email protected]
Siddur $50
Chumash $75
Yahrzeit Plaque $300
Other seforim may be dedicated as well.
TY Shiurim Schedule
• 9:30-10:15 am: Men’s Gemara Megilla shiur
given by the Rabbi. Rashi, selected Tosfos and
Maharsha following Shacharis.
• 10-10:45 am: Women’s Tehillim gathering for
cholim (Nancy Taffel Annex).
• One hour before mincha: Gemara Chulin. The
8th perek dealing with the meat and bones and
blood of kashrus, given by Jay Taffel. Upstairs
Beis Midrash.
Daily (Monday-Friday):
• Every morning following davening — a chabura
for strengthening Hebrew reading with Nesivos
Shalom. With fresh hot coffee!
• Monday through Thursday between mincha and
maariv: Rabbi Goldberger, 5 minutes of Mesillas
Yesharim by the Ramchal.
• Sunday through Thursday evening after mincha/
maariv for 15 minutes — Rabbi Goldberger shiur
for men. Malchus Shlomo.
• 8-9 pm: Men’s bais medrash. Monday and
• 8-8:30 am: Mishnayos Chabura. Nezikin.
• One hour before mincha: Rabbi’s shiur.
 President Ari Blum 410-358-5478
[email protected]
 VP Mo Margolese [email protected]
 VP Membership Lev Avraham Rosenstock 443255-4343 [email protected],
[email protected] yahoo.com
 Secretary Ari Blum 410-358-5478
[email protected]
 Treasurer Yaakov Gur 410-358-2005
[email protected]
 Bais Medrash Reb Shuki Nissan 347-706-5620
 Calendar Eileen Rosenbaum 410-764-8443
[email protected]
 Camp Shabbos Adriana Steinberg 202-641-6677
[email protected]
 Candyman Ari Blum
 Chesed Committee Chana Birnbaum (shiva) 410358-7736; Ester Gur (births) 410-358-2005; Raizy
Cohen (cholim) 410-764-8852
 Davening Schedule Jay Taffel 410-358-9029
 Father/Son Learning Dov Pear 410-358-9825
 Gabbai Rishon Jay Taffel 410-358-9029
 Gabbai Sheni Hillel Zeitlin 410-358-7316
 Gabbai Tzedakah Nathan Franco 240-472-3815
 Hospitality Gail Feinstein 410-456-4306
 Kitchen Coordinator Batsheva Goldman
 Lev Echad Suzanne Kayne [email protected]
 Mitzvah Cards Glenna Ross 410-358-1687
 Seforim
Purchase Nisan Blaxberg 410-358-3943
Repair Mark Hart
 Shalosh Seudos Coordinator Hinda Blum 410764-2279
 Simcha Hall Reserve Eileen Rosenbaum 410-7648443 [email protected]
 Sisterhood Batsheva Goldman 410-358-3768
[email protected] com; Elka Rottman 410-3585427 [email protected]; Devorah Taffel
410-358-9029 [email protected]
 Supplies Ordering Shulamis Heldoorn 410-6641212 [email protected]
 Tzeischem L’Shalom Coordinator Mordechai Beleck 443-570-3850 [email protected]
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Congregation Tiferes Yisroel
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