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Sukkot 5779 Schedule

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Shana Tova

 The full Sukkot Schedule can be found here.


Teen & Community Shabbat Dinner

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Shabbat, September 21st, 8:00 PM & September 22nd, 9:15 AM: Join NCSY & YIB this weekend for an amazing Shabbat experience with singing and great food! Dinner will be at 8:00 PM at the Wertheimer home. Oneg for high school teens to follow! Teen Minyan and Kiddush will be at 9:15 AM at Young Israel of Brookline; special meat Kiddush for teens will be served after davening. No cost! To sign up, please email Hodaya at youth@yibrookline.org.

Yoetzet Halacha Sarah Cheses

We are delighted to introduce Sarah Cheses, the first Yoetzet Halacha serving the Greater Boston Community under the auspices of the newly founded New England Yoetzet Halacha Initiative (NEYHI). 

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MINYAN SCHEDULE

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Click on Link above for entire Sukkot schedule

Sun. 9/23/2018 - Fri. 9/28/2018


Earliest time for Tallit & Tefillin 5:48 AM

SHACHARIT
Sun 7:15, 8:00 & 9:00 AM
Mon - 1st Day Sukkot - 7:00 & 8:45 AM
Tues - 2nd Day Sukkot - 7:00 & 8:45 AM
Wed - 1st Day Chol HaMoed - 6:00 & 7:00 AM
Thurs - 2nd Day Chol HaMoed - 6:00 & 7:00 AM
Fri - 3rd Day Chol HaMoed - 6:00 & 7:00 AM

MINCHA / MAARIV
Sunday Erev Sukkot
Candle Lighting > 6:21 PM - Mincha 6:25 PM
Monday & Tuesday > Mincha 6:20 PM
Wednesday & Thursday > 6:20 PM - Maariv 6:45 PM

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot 9/29/2018

Candle Lighting 6:13 PM
Mincha 6:15 PM
Shacharit 7:00 & 8:45 AM
Sof Zman K'riat Sh'ma 9:36 AM
Mincha 6:00 PM
Seuda Shelisheet 6:20 PM
Maariv 7:10 PM
Shabbat Concludes 7:15 PM

Founded in 1953, the Young Israel of Brookline has become an anchor of jewish life in Boston.
Multi-generational families have created a dynamic and vibrant community which is welcoming to the many young professionals who come to Boston for school and training. This exciting mixture of people crosses all cultural, economic and professional lines. Whether as a new resident or a visiting guest, the Young Israel of Brookline has developed an international reputation for hachnassat orchim, extending hospitality to visitors and those in our kehilla.