• Mincha Erev Shabbos at 13:30, 17:46 and 19:16.
  • Mazel Tov to Eli and Chaya Nina Waldman on the Bar Mitzvah of their son Ashi! Due to the current restrictions, the Waldmans unfortunately cannot share their simcha with the rest of the Kehilla, but they hope you will all raise a l’chaim and then bite into your own herring and crackers at home.
  • Shabbos Shiurim with the Rav:
    • The Rav’s shiur on Beis Elokim written by the Mabit takes place this and every Shabbos at about 08:05.
    • The Rav’s Pirkei Avos takes place immediately after the 3rd Mincha (approximately 18:24). It is open to both men and women.
  • Weekday Shiurim with the Rav:
  • Only some of the weekday minyonim are in place. Please see schedule below.
  • American Friends of Ahavas Shalom Inc. (a 501c3 Corporation in New York State) is now up and running. Donations are deductible as per the USA Tax Law. See for details about donations.
  • Contact Mrs. Miriam Zakoo, the Ahavas Shalom Administrative Secretary, to pay your membership dues or make a donation to the Kehilla.

Good Shabbos!

Safety Guidelines

As of now, the government rules remain unchanged since July 23 (see guidelines). Our plans remain the same for weekdays and Shabbos. Shabbos plans are below:

  1. The Beis Medrash will be divided into 3 “capsules”, for men plus a fourth “capsule” in the hall for ladies. TEN (10) people maximum per capsule.
  2. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will also have some space outside for latecomers.
  3. The following three minyomin will be for adult members only until the time stated in parenthesis:
  • Friday Night “regular” minyon (until Barchu)
  • Shabbos Day (until Shochane Ad)
  • Shabbos Mincha 18:00 (until u’va l’tzion)

After the time stated in () above, non-adult children of members and non-members will be permitted entry on an “as available” basis. We ask members to come on time to avoid uncomfortable situations.

The plastic dividers are delicate, so please do not try to  ”sneak” past them. Instead please only use the various entrance doorways to move to a different “capsule”.