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Bayit Bulletin - Parashat Miketz

12/18/2020 05:01:01 AM


Hebrew Institute of Riverdale - the Bayit

 3 - 20 Tevet |  December 18 - 25 |  Parashat Miketz 

Signup for Weekday Tefillah @ the Bayit:

There are seats remaining for tefillot @ the Bayit this Shabbat.  Complete the health screening and reserve a space at before NOON if you would like to join us. If you registered, but your plans have changed please reply to this email as soon as possible so that we can release the seats to anyone on the wait list.

Youth Activities on Shabbat Morning:

  • Teen Tefillah @ 10:30am: Now meeting in the Main Sanctuary at the Bayit!  Teens are encouraged to join us for tefillah and pickup a kiddush to go. Registration required at
  • Tot Shabbat @ 11:30am: We have a maximum capacity of 17 participants. Visit to sign up. If all spots are taken, please add your name to the wait list.
To view & print the full bulletin  click here.  The bulletin has new information as well as highlights of what we shared in multiple emails during the week. 

We encourage everyone who is not able to join tefillah in person to embrace "Tefillah B’yichud B’yachad" and pray at home at the times we normally pray together (listed below). 


Zoom Kabbalat Shabbat w/Reb Elli: 3:20pm. Click here to join (audio-only dial-in option: 646-558-8656, Meeting ID: 6136133703#). 
Mincha: 4:02pm (in person and via Zoom @ The livestream will be turned off at the end of Lecha Dodi

Candle Lighting: 4:12pm

Shacharit: 7:00am, 8:00am, 9:45am (The 2nd Terrace Tefillah and the Social Hall Tefillah are now BOTH at 9:45am!) 

Mincha/Maariv:  4:00pm

Havdalah: 5:15pm

Zoom Havdalah & Melave Malkah:  5:30pm: click here to join (audio-only dial-in option: 646-558-8656, Meeting ID: 6136133703#). 

 Resources For Shabbat & Yom Tov:

Click here to read our updated guide to Feeling Connection and Combating Loneliness on Shabbat

Click here for a list of tefillot, Torah and haftorah readings with page numbers for the RCA Artscroll, Koren-Sacks and Artscroll Transliterated siddurim and the Stone and Soncino chumashim.

Rabbi Linzer's Devar Torah:  Click here

 Yeshivat Maharat Weekly Devar Torah 

Sam Weingard's Parasha Comic: Click Here  

Social Action Committee Devar Torah: "day nine" , a poem by Pinny Bulman: Our celebration of Chanukah highlights a tension within Judaism between focusing on deliverance via Hashem and focusing on what humans can accomplish via free will. Click here to read more!




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