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CaLC Times June '19

 

 

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Iyar – Sivan 5779 / June ‘19


 

 

 

Shavuot is Coming!

 

The Holiday of Shavuot marks the anniversary on which G-d gave the Jewish people the Torah. This is considered the single greatest event in all of history. To celebrate we make sure to attend the synagogue and listen to the Torah reading of the 10 Commandments (bring your friends, too). We also stay up (all night if possible) learning Torah, eat dairy meals, and joyously celebrate this awesome event. Please note the special services and times found in the shul Shavuot brochure.

 

It is considered a great Mitzvah to listen to the 10 Commandments. Year after year, since the year 2448 in the Jewish calendar (we are now in the year 5779), Jews all over the world, wherever they lived, endeavored to listen to the timeless words of the Torah. We will use our very special Holocaust Torah to mark this awesome occasion. Shavuot is one of the Biblical Holidays, when the Jews would make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Another way we mark the importance of the day is by reciting the Yizkor Memorial Prayer on the 2nd day of the holiday for our deceased loved ones and to remember Jewish martyrs from history.

 

This year Shavuot comes out on Sunday, June 9th – Monday, June 10th. The reading of the 10 Commandments will be on Sunday at 11am (services both days begin at 10am). The Yizkor Memorial service takes place on Monday and begins at 12pm. Following services both days there will be a magnificent dairy Kiddush with an Ice Cream Bar. We specifically eat dairy on Shavuot for reasons that will be explained during services.

 

Please note that we will also be having a Community Friday night dinner on the Shabbat immediately preceding Shavuot. Friday, June 7th at 7:30pm. It will be delicious,

 

 

spiritually inspiring, and lots of fun. Reservations required. $18 adults & $10 kids.

 

Everyone is invited and encouraged to be here and bring their Jewish friends for these tremendous holiday celebrations!

 

 

Hebrew School Graduation – June 9th

 

 

Another school year is coming to an end. We will have a special Hebrew School Graduation Ceremony during our Shavuot services, on Sunday, June 9th. Our students will lead part of the service and each will offer a few words about why he/she loves Hebrew School.

 

 

Read it in Hebrew! RIIH

 

 

You too can learn to read Hebrew in just a few easy lessons. Rabbi Yossi will be teaching this popular Hebrew reading crash course in Chabad of Carlsbad North on Monday nights at 7pm. The cost is $60 and includes all materials. Contact the shul for further info or to reserve your space. Reservations necessary.  

 

Musical Havdalah @ Moonlight Beach

Join Rabbi Yossi on Saturday night, June 15th at 9pm for a musical Havdalah (the traditional service that separates the holiness of Shabbat from the mundane weekday) on Moonlight Beach in Encinitas. There is no cost to participate in this beautiful and uplifting musical treat. RSVP by contacting the shul.

Sunset with Soulfarm in the Hive in Leichtag Commons

Tuesday, June 5 @7:00 p.m. | Leichtag Commons $12 General Admission, Under 18 free of charge

Celebrate the upcoming Festival of First Fruits with a picnic dinner and sunset concert on the stunning Leichtag Commons overlooking the Pacific Ocean at sunset. At 6:00 p.m. doors open for guests to bring wine and a picnic dinner. At 7:00 p.m. Soulfarm featuring C Lanzbom and Noah Solomon perform world-beat original and popular Jewish songs.

Soulfarm was founded in Israel by Grammy Award-winner, lead guitarist C Lanzbom, and guitarist/lead singer extraordinaire, Noah Solomon. Their sound has been dubbed as New American music. Their live shows are full of Mediterranean flavor with captivating guitar leads, dance rhythms and strong percussion breaks. The New York Post quotes Soulfarm as “versatile, utilizing improvisation and world music.”

Ticket Information: Tickets can be purchased in-person at the San Diego REP Box Office, by calling 619-544-1000, or online at sdrep.org.  Kosher dinners for adults and children can also be pre-ordered through San Diego REP’s box office.

441 Saxony Rd, Encinitas, CA 92024 

 

Jewish Art Calendar

 

 

 

Calendar Season Begins

 

 

We are getting an early start on our beautiful Jewish Art Calendar this year. Each year we have added even more personalized content, reflecting greater community participation. This year we hope to include still more, but we need your help. When it comes to the ads, which is what enables us to send the calendars out for free to hundreds and hundreds of friends, we have found that when YOU help us sell ads, we truly prosper. Do you own or patronize a business that can use more exposure to our community? Those who help will receive free date dedications. Please contact Rabbi E for further information!

 

 

 

Game Night for Jewish Professionals Weekly @ Chabad of Encinitas

 

Thursday nights beginning at 6:15pm is Game Night for Jewish Professionals at Chabad of Encinitas. Rabbi and Mrs Elia and Chaya Eilfort host the weekly gathering and serve a delicious Kosher meal to all participants. A large variety of games are available, and it is a great time to meet other Jewish folks from the area in a social setting. There is no cost to attend but reservations are needed by calling 760-943-8891 or sending an email to ChabadEncinitas@Gmail.com. Game night takes place at 2059 Village Park Way #115, Encinitas.

 

 

Israel Day Festivities

 

Join us on Sunday, June 2nd from 11am – 3pm, at NTC Park in Liberty Station – Preble Field, as we join with the rest of S. Diego celebrating our beloved Israel! Chabad at La Costa, Encinitas, and Carlsbad North will be joining with all of the other Chabad Centers in having a joint booth. To pre-register (which is highly recommended) please follow this link: www.JewishinSanDiego.org

 

 

Loaves of Love & Mommy & Me

 

Join our Rebbetzins in baking delicious Challah Rolls each Thursday beginning at 4pm until 5:30pm for a combination Loaves of Love baking session with a Mommy & Me (for moms and their little ones), at the same time. Everyone is welcome to participate in this hands-on activity that is fun and educational. 


 

Bat Mitzvah Club

Start your daughter off on the right foot for preparation for her Bat Mitzvah! Tuesdays from 5-6pm at Chabad at La Costa. Morah Muka is known for her creativity and energy, which she will share with the girls. Call 760-943-8891 for further information or to sign up.

 

 

Happy Birthday Club

 

 

We would like to wish Happy Birthday to all of those celebrating their birthday this month and each subsequent month. For the Month of June we honor Sharyn Hale, Jeremy Rivkin, Daniel Rivkin, Marion Pomerantz, Eliza Lewis, Sammy Horowitz, Yonah Fenton, and John Rack. May G-d bless each and every one of you with a happy, healthy, and successful year!

 

 

 


 

June ’19 / Iyar-Sivan 5779

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

 

Morning Services

8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

 

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Services 8am

 

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Nobles Encinitas

 

12pm

Hebrew Reading Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

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Services 8am

 

 

Bat Mitzvah Club

 

5-6pm

 

 

JLI @ 7pm

 

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Services 8am

 

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

 

 

Chasidic Philosophy

 

8pm

 

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Services 8am

 

JLI @ LC Glen 2-3pm

 

Loaves of Love

 

Mommy & Me

 

4:30pm

 

 

 

Games in Encinitas

 

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Services 8am

 

 

Light Candles 4:37pm

 

 

 

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1

Services 10am

Parshat Bechukotai

 

 

Shabbat Ends 8:35pm

 

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2

Morning Services

8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

 

3

 

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Nobles Encinitas

 

12pm

Hebrew Reading Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

4

Services 8am

 

 

 

Bat Mitzvah Club

 

5-6pm

 

 

JLI @ 7pm

5

Services 8am

 

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

6

 

JLI @ LC Glen 2-3pm

Loaves of Love

Mommy & Me

4:30pm

 

Games in Encinitas

 

7

Services 8am

Light Candles 7:38pm

 

Community Dinner

7:30pm

8

Services 10am

Parshat Bamidbar

 

 

 

 

Holiday Candles after 8:39pm

9

 

Shavuot

Services 10am

 

10 Commandments 11am

Dairy Feast 12:30pm

Candles after 8:40pm

10

 

Shavuot

Services 10am

 

Yizkor Memorial 12pm

Dairy Feast 12:30pm

 

Holiday Ends 8:40pm

 

11

Services 8am

 

 

 

Bat Mitzvah Club

 

5-6pm

 

 

 

JLI @ 7pm

12

Services 8am

 

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

13

 

JLI @ LC Glen 2-3pm

Loaves of Love

Mommy & Me

4:30pm

 

Games in Encinitas

 

14

Services 8am

 

Light Candles 7:41pm

15

Services 10am

Parshat Naso

 

Shabbat Ends 8:43pm

 

 

Musical Havdalah @ Moonlight Beach 9pm

16

Morning Services

8:30am

 

 

17

 

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Nobles Encinitas

 

12pm

Hebrew Reading Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

 

18

Services 8am

 

 

 

Bat Mitzvah Club

 

5-6pm

 

 

JLI @ 7pm

19

Services 8am

 

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

20

 

JLI @ LC Glen 2-3pm

Loaves of Love

Mommy & Me

4:30pm

 

Games in Encinitas

 

 

21

Services 8am

 

 

Light Candles 7:43pm

22

Services 10am

Parshat Beha’alotecha

 

Shabbat Ends 8:44pm

 

 

23

Morning Services

8:30am

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30

Morning Services

8:30am

 

BBQ Bounty 5-8pm

24

 

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Nobles Encinitas

 

12pm

Hebrew Reading Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

25

Services 8am

 

 

Bat Mitzvah Club

 

5-6pm

 

 

 

JLI @ 7pm

26

Services 8am

 

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

27

 

JLI @ LC Glen 2-3pm

Loaves of Love

Mommy & Me

4:30pm

 

Games in Encinitas

 

28

Services 8am

 

Light Candles 7:44pm

29

Services 10am

Parshat Shelach

 

Shabbat Ends 8:45pm

 

 

Chabad at La Costa Ÿ 1980 La Costa Ave. Ÿ Carlsbad, CA 92009 Ÿ 760-943-8891 Ÿ Fax: 760-943-8892 Ÿ E-Mail: Info@ChabadatLaCosta.com

 Rabbi & Mrs. Yeruchem & Nechama Eilfort Ÿ Rabbi & Mrs. Elia & Chaya Eilfort Ÿ Rabbi & Mrs. Yossi & Muka Rodal Ÿ President Len Hyman

 

 

 

 

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Security

 

We have been hard at work enhancing our security. We have always been extremely sensitive to the need for adequate security and have endeavored to balance the need for outstanding security with maintaining a warm, open, and welcoming feeling at our center. Following the horrible attack at Poway we have been in close contact with our local law enforcement as well as foremost experts in the field. We are further enhancing our measures. The first thing we have done is hired a uniformed, armed guard. We are also coordinating a membership-based professionally trained security team. There are roles for everyone who wants to be part of the team, from greeters to observers to actual guards.

 

Needless to say the numerous enhancements that we are enacting has had a major impact on our budget. The guard must be paid (nearly $1,000 per month) and the training and equipping of our own team is expensive (about $4,000 per candidate). We are asking our friends and supporters to help us cover these costs. They can no longer be viewed as optional; they are just as important as paying the electric bill, if not more so.

 

If you are able to help in this critical appeal please log onto www.ChabadatLaCosta.com/donate, or simply mail a check to the shul. But please do something and please do it right away. Thank you!

 

 


 

Shvat 5779 – January ‘19

 

 

Chabad at La Costa Times

Shvat 5779 – January ‘19

 

THANK YOU for the Generous Support!

Our most sincere thanks go out to everyone who answered the call and helped us to pay off our mortgage and meet our end of year fundraising goal! Feast your eyes below on some of the new programming we are able to offer because of the generous support offered by this very special community.   

NEW PROGRAM - Weekly Challah Baking on Thursdays @ Shul

Our team of Rebbetzins are inviting women from the community to join them on Thursday evenings at 6pm in the shul kitchen where they will be baking Challos. Those who would like to take home fresh-baked Challah will be asked to donate $5. Please contact Rebbetzin Nechama for further information at 760-943-8891.

 

Volunteer Appeal

We need additional volunteers to help with Kiddush preparation on Fridays. If you are willing and able to help with this rewarding volunteer opportunity please contact Rebbetzin Nechama at 760-943-8891.

 

Bat Mitzvah Club Begins January 15th

A Bat Mitzvah symbolizes the turning point in a Jewish girl's life- she enters her teen years and begins to explore her identity. The Bat Mitzvah Club emphasizes this important stage and regards it as a process of learning and discovery, rather than just an ordinary birthday celebration. Together, we will discover the power of Jewish woman through baking, crafts and trips.

Beginning January 15th. Tuesdays, bi-monthly, from 5:45-7pm.

For further information call Rebbetzin Muka at 760-809-2996.

 

Tu bShvat Seder

Ladies’ Garden Party

January 21st @ 7pm

 

You are invited to our Ladies' Garden Party in honor of Tu bShvat, The New Year for Trees. We will be revealing the mystical meanings of the Fruits of Israel and sharing Blessings with each other at our Annual Amen Party. 

Monday, January 21, at 7:00pm $5 suggested donation. Please let us know you are coming by calling 760-943-8891. 

C-Kids Tu bShvat Event

Tu bShvat is right around the corner, and there’s no better time for your kids to learn more about the Jewish New Year for Trees and respecting the world around us! We know it’s important to teach kids about caring for people and the world at a young age, and that’s why we are hosting a one-day program called Goodness Grows.  

Every child in the program will learn about having a positive effect on the world, and they’ll use their creativity to paint a wooden leaf and mark it with a certain symbol or word. This mark is meant to represent what the child plans to do to make the world a better place! 

Afterwards, everyone will roll clay, soil, and seeds into their very own seed bombs! They can take home their seed bombs, plant them in a “Goodness Garden”, and watch them grow and flourish. The best part of Goodness Grows will be when everyone comes to the front of the room, one-by-one, and places their painted leaves onto a large Tree of Giving. The branches of the tree will be filled with resolutions and ideas of how to affect the world positively. The Tree of Giving will be hung up for all to see!

Goodness Grows is on Sunday January 20 at our educational annex 7740 El Camino Real. Carlsbad, CA 92009. From 10-Noon.

Parents are encouraged to stay and participate with their children.

To get your child involved, sign up at JewishEncinitas.com/ckids or call Chaya at 786-543-8772

Looking forward to seeing you and your child there!

 

Work with Me! Up Having 2nd Open House

Please note our Grand Opening Celebration taking place on Monday, December 21st from 10am – noon. Mom Massages, Mom-garitas, Vegan Wraps, Mini Facials, and more for those in attendance. Be sure to contact Rebbetzin Chaya for further information at 786-543-8772 or via email ChayaEilfort@Gmail.com.

We are excited to announce the opening of Work with Me! Conceived of and designed by our own Rebbetzin Chaya Eilfort with assistance from Rabbi Elia Eilfort and Rebbetzin Nechama Eilfort, Work with Me is a place where parents with little ones can go to get work done.

To get a better idea of what is being offered check out www.TheWorkWithMe.com.

 

Happy Birthday Club 

We would like to wish Happy Birthday to all of those celebrating their birthday this month and each subsequent month. For the Month of January we honor Beverly Galperin, Jon Rozansky, Julia Horowitz, Tommy Lueker, Evelyn Wise, Joan Markovits, Roarke Estrin, Eliot Tubis, Jake Alter, Meghan Alter, Kaley French, Leah Estrin, Elliot Leiberman, Iris Cutler, Meghan Alter, Jake French, Stephanie Estrin, and Zachariah Issac. May G-d bless each and every one of you with a happy, healthy, and successful year!

 

Crime & Consequence

New JLI Course

 

In Crime and Consequence, we explore 3000 years of Jewish wisdom concerning criminal convictions, sentencing, crime prevention, and rehabilitation. We challenge our thinking, pondering the application of Talmudic principles to real and complex, modern-day cases. We learn to discover and recover the humanity within criminals, we question practices that seem unethical and unfair, and we explore ways to prevent crime from ever taking place.

 

Crime and Consequence is for people who care deeply about humanity, are enraged at injustice, are fascinated by difficult-to-solve real-life scenarios, and are committed to seeing a system that is just and fair to all.

Register today for a somewhat devastating and infuriating but thoroughly astonishing experience! Significant discounts are available for early registration and multiple students signing up together.

Rabbi Eilfort will be teaching this class together with Gary Plavnick Esq., who has also served as a Judge Pro Tem.

 

January ’19 / Shevat 5779

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

 

Morning Services

8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

 

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Services 8am

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Noble Encinitas

12pm

Happiness 101 in Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

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1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2

Services 8am

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

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3

Services 8am

 

Challah Baking 6pm

 

Judaism 101 in Encinitas

 

 

ê

4

Services 8am

 

 

Light Candles 4:37pm

 

 

 

ê

5

Services 10am

Parshat Va’Eira

 

 

Shabbat Ends 5:36pm

 

 

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6

Morning Services

8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

7

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Noble Encinitas

12pm

Happiness 101 in Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

8

Services 8am

 

 

9

Services 8am

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

10

Services 8am

 

Challah Baking 6pm

 

Judaism 101 in Encinitas

 

11

Services 8am

 

Light Candles 4:43pm

12

Services 10am

Parshat Bo

 

 

Shabbat Ends 5:42pm

13

Morning Services

8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

14

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Noble Encinitas

12pm

Happiness 101 in Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

15

Services 8am

 

Bas Mitzvah Club in Carlsbad 5:45-7pm

16

Services 8am

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

17

Services 8am

 

Challah Baking 6pm

 

Judaism 101 in Encinitas

 

18

Community Friday Night Services & Dinner

 

Light Candles 4:50pm

19

Services 10am

Shabbat Shirah

Parshat BeShalach

 

Shabbat Ends 5:48pm

20

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

C-Kids Kindness Grows @ Hebrew School

21

Work with Me Open House 10-12pm

 

Tu bShvat Garden Party 7pm

22

Services 8am

 

 

23

Services 8am

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

24

Services 8am

 

Challah Baking 6pm

 

Judaism 101 in Encinitas

 

25

Services 8am

 

Light Candles 4:56pm

Services @ 5pm

26

Services 10am

Parshat Yitro

10 Commandments

 

Shabbat Ends 5:54pm

 

27

Morning Services

8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

28

Caffeine for the Soul @ Barnes & Noble Encinitas

12pm

Happiness 101 in Carlsbad 6:30pm

 

29

Services 8am

 

 

30

Services 8am

 

Torah Portion Class 6:45pm

Chasidic Philosophy

8pm

 

31

Services 8am

 

Challah Baking 6pm

 

Judaism 101 in Encinitas

 

 

If you need a Minyan to say Kaddish let the Rabbi know in advance…

 

Chabad Coastal Hebrew School is THE Place for YOUR Kids!

Chabad at La Costa Ÿ 1980 La Costa Ave. Ÿ Carlsbad, CA 92009 Ÿ 760-943-8891 Ÿ Fax: 760-943-8892 Ÿ E-Mail: Info@ChabadatLaCosta.com

 Rabbi & Mrs. Yeruchem & Nechama Eilfort Ÿ Rabbi & Mrs. Elia & Chaya Eilfort Ÿ Rabbi & Mrs. Yossi & Muka Rodal Ÿ President Len Hyman

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Friday Night Community Dinner

This month’s Family Friday Night Dinner will take place on Friday, January 18th. We will have a beautiful Friday Night Dinner together featuring the most scrumptious traditional menu featuring Fresh-baked Challah, Gefilte Fish with Salads, Chicken Soup with Matzah Balls, Roasted Chicken, Kugel, and lots more. We will have a Candle-Lighting Ceremony at 4:50pm, followed by a word of Torah by the Rabbi and a family-friendly Friday night service. Dinner will be served at 6pm. The cost to attend is $18 per adult and $10 per child – not to exceed $54 per family. Reservations are necessary to attend by sending an email to info@ChabadatLaCosta.com or by calling 760-943-8891. Sponsors are welcomed to contact the office.

 

The Beauty of Our Kiddush

Every week following services we enjoy a beautiful Kiddush luncheon together. The Kiddush does not create itself. Thank G-d, we have a dedicated Kiddush crew, led by Naomi Alter and including Channah Hale, Sheila Lebovitz, the Rebbetzin, and several others, who make our Kiddush into something beautiful and enjoyable. But it takes more than willing hands to make the food. It also takes generous souls to sponsor the food. Without a sponsor the cost must come out of our operating budget, which is stretched thin as it is.

 If you have been a beneficiary of the Kiddush and haven’t sponsored it for a while please step forward now. Even if you have recently sponsored and kind find it in your heart to sponsor it again we need you. Kiddush sponsorship starts at $180. But if you want something more lavish with more variety you can add to that amount, and it is appreciated. It is also a very big blessing that you have facilitated ‘Oneg Shabbat’ (the enjoyment of Shabbos) for the entire congregation. Our Shabbat prayers describe the special blessings achieved by such generosity. Thank you and G-d bless!

 

Chabad at La Costa Times Tishrei-Cheshvan 5779 - October ‘18

 

     Chabad at La Costa Times     

      Tishrei-Cheshvan 5779 - October ‘18


 

Adult Education Academy

Classes Galore

 

We are excited to announce a full Adult Education lineup for the Fall. Please see the enclosed calendar for the schedule. Below you will find a brief summary of our many offerings.

Happiness 101 with Rabbi Rodal – Come explore the secrets explained in Kabbalah and Chasidic Philosophy in achieving true happiness and fulfillment on an ongoing basis. No Charge

Basic Hebrew Reading with Rabbi Yossi will have you reading Hebrew in no time! Basic explanations and translation of Hebrew included. No Charge

JLI: Wrestling with Faith, taught by Rabbi & Mrs Eilfort is the next installment of our acclaimed Jewish Learning Institute. This six-week course will tackle some of the most difficult challenges facing those who want to believe.

Torah Portion with Rabbi Eilfort is the ideal time to familiarize yourself with the weekly portion. Commentaries abound and discussions often go deep. No Charge

Introduction to Judaism with Rabbi Elia is a great opportunity to learn many of the whys & wherefores of our faith. Learn what Jews actually believe. No Charge

 

New Membership Year:

Time to Sign Up

 

Please note that our membership year ended on June 30th. If you made the commitment to be a member in the past year but have not yet paid your membership dues please come current immediately. You may contact the office to find out the status of your account or write to info@ChabadatLaCosta.com

 

Also, please note that the Chabad at La Costa Membership year began on July 1st.

 

 

 

We are asking that all of our friends and supporters to please fill out a membership form.  

 

We rely on Membership as the single most important source of revenue for our Jewish Center. If our shul has helped you or if you believe in what we are doing, please “make it official,” and become a Member.

 

Remember, “Membership has its privileges!” Those who are already Members please accept our most sincere appreciation, and please send in your forms. Also, all Members are welcome to come to our end-of-year Barbecue Bounty, on Sunday, September 2nd from 5-8pm for no charge (but reservations are appreciated).

 

Shabbat SD Comes to North County

 

The weekend of Friday Oct. 26th – Sunday, Oct. 28th has been designated Shabbat SD weekend. Join us as we offer a series of events to celebrate Shabbat, and the central role it plays in Jewish Life. Friday night we are offering two places to enjoy a traditional meal; in La Costa, with Rabbi Eilfort and in Encinitas with Rabbi Elia. There is NO CHARGE to attend, however, donations are gratefully accepted and sponsors are currently being sought. On Saturday we will have a special Kiddush luncheon and the Rabbi will discuss the brilliance and beauty of Shabbat.

 

On Sunday we will have a very special Glow Zone Havdalah Party   Join us for a Family Havdalah Glow Party! Craft your own spice sachet and braided candle. Snacks provided. Free admission for all to the Havdalah Workshop. Purchase discounted passes to Glow Zone at $13 for 1 hour of unlimited attractions. Limited to the first 50 participants.
Online waiver for Glowzone (fill ahead of time) 
https://glowzonevista.pfestore.com/waiver/

New Center Opening

New Couple Joining the Team

 

Rabbi and Rebbetzin Yossi and Muka Rodal (together with baby Dovid) are joining the team! The Rodals will be moving to North Carlsbad so as to better serve the needs of our people, and find new

people, in that area. Their focus will be on youth and senior activities! The Rodals are eager to meet you, especially if you live in North Carlsbad. Please reach out to schedule a get together.  

 

Hebrew School & C-Kids

Growing Stronger

 

Coastal Hebrew School takes place in our newly renovated space. 7740-E El Camino Real, Carlsbad (storefront location).

 

This month, on Sunday, October 21st, our C-Kids will hold a Birthday Bash for the ages! Our Club members will party like it’s their birthday, as they learn all about the birthday they never knew that they had; their Jewish birthday. Participants will create their own Hebrew Art Calendar, decorate a framed certificate of their special day, and take home their very own Birthday Box. And then, to top it all off, they will be able to team up with a friend for some Birthday-Pie in the Face trivia games! Yum!

 

The Ultimate Birthday Bash is made possible by CKids Club—an initiative that inspires children to create meaningful impact in their communities through fun and educational programs that explore the richness of Judaism.

 

Designed for ages 5-13, the event will be held on October 21st from 10 am to Noon.

To unleash your child’s thirst for Jewish learning while having fun please check out www.JewishEncinitas.com/CKids.

 

Hebrew School Registration

 

Give your children the Jewish education that they deserve! Our Sunday Hebrew School offers lots of hands-on activities and positive reinforcement. Students learn Hebrew language skills, Jewish living and observance, Jewish history, and so much more! We include arts & crafts, field trips, and holiday programming to make their experience even more enjoyable. Your child will have fun as he or she gains an appreciation for the ‘why’s and ‘how’s of Judaism. Our students want to be here!

 

Hebrew school is growing, and for a very good reason. Our staff works hard to make sure the children have a meaningful and enjoyable time. Classes will continue to take place at our newly renovated Educational Annex, 7740-E El Camino Real. Please contact our Hebrew School Director, Morah Chaya Eilfort for further information at info@ChabadatLaCosta.com, or log onto CoastalHebrewSchool.com.

 

Simchat Torah Banquet

 

Our annual Simchat Torah Banquet, sponsored by Elias and Rachel Perez, is unequalled in its joyousness and splendor. Make sure to save the date so you can join us on Monday, October 1st at 7pm as we dance with the Torahs, enjoy a delicious feast, and say LeChaim to each other! There is never a charge to attend, and in fact, we are asking all of you, our friends, to invite your friends to join us as well!

 

Happy Birthday Club

 

We would like to wish Happy Birthday to all of those celebrating their birthday in the month of October: Naomi Judith, Les Stier, Rabbi Naftali Levi, Chaya Rochel Israel, Evelyn Leuker, Marita Coplan, Shimon Israel, Bill Eilfort, Eric Ahlzadeh, Devorah Katz, Irving Rivkin, Josee Reh, Abigail Baram, Ilana Israel, and Gaby Fisch. May G-d bless each and every one of you with a happy, healthy, and successful year!

 

Doris Markus

Rosh Chodesh Gathering

 

All women are invited to participate in the monthly Rosh Chodesh gathering. This month’s event is titled ‘The Power of Women’ and will explore the spiritual connection to the moon. Moon lanterns will be made. The class will meet at 7pm on Tuesday, October 9th. Please contact the shul for further info and to reserve.

 

 


 

 

October ’18 / Tishrei-Cheshvan 5778

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

 

Services 8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

1

Shmini Atzeret

Services 10am

Eve. Services 7pm

Light Candles after 7:01pm

***Dance w/ Torah!!!

Festive Banquet

2

Simchat Torah

Services 10am

Dance w/ Torah!

 

Holiday Ends 7:09pm

3

Services 8am

Torah Portion 6:45pm

Chasidut

8pm

 

4

Services 8am

 

Basic Judaism

with Rabbi Elia

6pm @ Encinitas

 

5

Services 8am

Shabbat Candles

6:08pm

Shabbat in Encinitas

6

Shabbat Biraishit

Morning Services 10am

Shabbat Ends 7:03pm

7

Services 8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

8

Services 8am

Happiness 101

with Rabbi Rodal

6:30pm

Hebrew Reading

7:30pm

9

Services 8am

DM Rosh Chodesh Gathering for Women

‘The Power of Women’

Make a Moon Lantern

7pm

10

Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan

Services 8am

Torah Portion 6:45pm

Chasidut

8pm

11

Services 8am

Basic Judaism

with Rabbi Elia

6pm @ Encinitas

12

Services 8am

 

Light Shabbat Candles: 6pm

13

Shabbat Parshat

No’ach

Morning Services 10am

Shabbat Ends 6:55pm

14

Services 8:30am

 

Hebrew School

9:30am-12pm

 

15

Services 8am

Happiness 101

with Rabbi Rodal

6:30pm

Hebrew Reading

7:30pm

16

Services 8am

 

 

17

Services 8am

Torah Portion 6:45pm

Chasidut

8pm

18

Services 8am

Basic Judaism

with Rabbi Elia

6pm @ Encinitas

 

19

Services 8am

 

Light Shabbat Candles: 5:51pm

 

20

Shabbat Parshat

Lech Lecha

Services 10am

 

Shabbat Ends 6:47pm

21

Services 8:30am

C-Kids

Birthday Bash / Hebrew School

9:30am – 12pm

 

22

Services 8am

Happiness 101

with Rabbi Rodal

6:30pm

Hebrew Reading

7:30pm

23

Services 8am

 

JLI: Wrestling with Faith

 7-9pm

 

24

Services 8am

Torah Portion 6:45pm

Chasidut

8pm

25

Services 8am

 

Basic Judaism

with Rabbi Elia

6pm @ Encinitas

 

26

Services 8am

 

Shabbat S. Diego Community Dinner

Light Shabbat Candles: 5:44pm

27

Shabbat

Parshat VaYeira

Services 10am

Shabbat Ends 6:40pm

 

28

Services 8:30am

 

Glow Zone Family Havdalah Party

11am in Vista

 

29

Services 8am

Happiness 101

with Rabbi Rodal

6:30pm

Hebrew Reading

7:30pm

30

Services 8am

JLI: Wrestling with Faith

 7-9pm

 

31

Services 8am

 

Torah Portion of the Week 7:30pm

 

GREAT New JLI Course Begins on Oct. 23rd!

Wrestling with Faith

OUTSTANDING New Class Begins 10/8

Happiness 101

with Rabbi Rodal

 

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

Simchat Torah CELEBRATION is on 10/1 @ 7pm

Chabad at La Costa Ÿ 1980 La Costa Ave. Ÿ Carlsbad, CA 92009 Ÿ 760-943-8891 Ÿ Fax: 760-943-8892 Ÿ E-Mail: RabbiE@ChabadatLaCosta.com

Rabbi & Mrs. Yeruchem & Nechama Eilfort Ÿ Len Hyman – President Ÿ www.ChabadatLaCosta.com

Rabbi & Mrs Elia & Chaya Eilfort Ÿ Chabad of Encinitas Ÿ www.JewishEncinitas.com ŸRabbi & Mrs Yossi & Muka Rodal Ÿ www.ChabadofCarlsbadNorth.com    

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Back Page

 

EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT…

 

We are Set to

 

BURN THE MORTGAGE!

 

This year’s High Holiday services were truly uplifting as we enjoyed wonderful crowds including many new participants from our area (not to mention plenty of out of town guests). During services the shul’s president, Mr. Len Hyman, made an exciting announcement, which the Rabbi further elaborated upon.

 

When we were in the midst of building, which was completed three years ago, we took a five-year, $300,000 construction loan. Thank G-d, and many wonderful donors, we have managed to pay down our mortgage to about $50,000. We have been informed by our lender, the Meromim Chul Foundation, that the final $25,000 will be donated back if we can raise $25,000 at this time. That means that every donation towards the ‘Burn our Mortgage’ campaign will be matched dollar for dollar.

 

We must act now!

 

Thankfully, we received numerous generous pledges towards this aim on Yom Kippur, but we still must collect those pledges and more to meet our goal.

 

Will you help?

 

Mr. Hyman explained that we must be financially self-sufficient and that “every dollar raised here is used here.”

 

We are almost there!

 

Please respond generously to this tremendous opportunity to literally double the impact of every dollar you give. Donate by simply mailing in your check or you can donate securely online by following this link:

www.ChabadatLaCosta.com/donate

 

Be sure to mention in the note that the donation is for the ‘Burn the Mortgage’ campaign!

 

Thank you and G-d bless you for your generosity!

 

 

High Holidays *IMPORTANT*

 

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Dear Friend ,

 The High Holidays are upon us. We are appreciative of those who have already made their reservations by mail, email, and online. If you have not yet done so, PLEASE click the links below to make your family reservation now. This is important for many reasons including, proper preparations and security protocols, etc. (We do NOT assume that anyone is coming without a formal reservation.)

Reservation Form

Also, for your convenience we have created an online form to simplify your ability to reserve a High Holiday Honor. Traditionally, this is when we are most generous in our charitable giving, just as we ask for generosity from the Almighty, and that is why people strive to have an Honor. Please click here for the form. Please note that Honors will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.

High Holiday Honors

To make a contribution or payment for anything at all, use this link. 

Donate

Wishing that you and your family are inscribed in the Book of Life,

Rabbi Yeruchem Eilfort 

Boruch Dayan haEmess

Bereavement 

Condolences

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of George Reh’s mother, Sarah bas Chanah, on Erev Yom Kippur. George will be saying Kaddish at shul each morning. Please join us so he can do this Mitzvah.

Blessed is the True Judge

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Blessed is the True Judge

Dear Friends,

We are sorry to announce the passing of Jennie Velleco (Chava bas Yosef), beloved mother of Linda Rivkin and mother-in-law of Steve Rivkin. Jennie was blessed to live to be 102! 

Those who would like to send condolences to the Rivkins their email address is rivaman123@verizon.net.

May Hashem comfort the Rivkins amongst all of the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem! 

Rabbi Yeruchem Eilfort

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday Parsha Class

Wednesday Parsha Classes


Parsha class this week and for the next few weeks will be taught by our very own Rabbi Eilfort!Bigdei_Kehuna.jpg

Class will be from 7-8 pm at Chabad at La Costa 1980 La Costa Ave.

The Parsha Class is a roundtable discussion of the weekly Torah portion that is peppered with questions on the text and on the commentaries.

Whether you are a beginner at studying the Torah, or you have years of study under your belt, you will enjoy this fast moving and highly interactive class.

This week's parsha is Parshat Tetzaveh and you can read it here.

 

 

 

Blessed is the True Judge

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It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our dear friend and special Cohen, Len Weksler. His funeral will be on Wednesday, September 9th at 10:00am at El Camino Memorial Park in Sorrento Valley in the Chabad section.

 5600 Carroll Canyon Rd, San Diego, CA 92121
(800) 352-2646 

Following the funeral there will be a meal of condolence at the shul.

May the mourners be comforted amongst all mourners of Zion and Jerusalem, and may we only know of Simchas in the future!

Here is a transcript of a video interview of Len Weksler talking about the early days of Chabad in California and his own visit with the Rebbe - 

http://m.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/2626137/jewish/Lighting-Peoples-Souls.htm 

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It is with sadness we announce the passing of Moshe Cohen, brother of Channa Harrar, and Sam Cherberg, father of Gail Shoikhet.

The funeral for Sam will take place at 1pm, at El Camino Memorial Park in Sorrento Valley, in the Chabad section. Those who would like to carpool are welcome to join Naomi Alter, who will be leaving from the shul’s parking lot at 12:15pm sharp.

Channa will be getting up from Shiva today, and we will have a minyan tonight at shul at 7pm. Please come if you are able to help with this Mitzvah.

May we only know of Simchos from now on!

Rabbi Eilfort

A Response to Terror

 A Response to Terror

By: Rabbi Yeruchem Eilfort

This week has been very difficult as the casualties from the latest Palestinian wave of terror continue to pile up. This week’s synagogue massacre was particularly agonizing for me, as fellow Rabbis, whose only ‘sin’ was their Jewishness, were targeted and mercilessly hacked to death with meat cleavers and knives. Copious amounts of blood stained their formerly snowy-white Talaisim and the holy pages of the prayers books they read from. The attack didn’t take place in legally disputed territory – it took place in the Western Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Nof. The murdered rabbis were not soldiers – just Jews speaking to G-d. 26 new orphans were created and four widows due to this attack. Again it has become ‘fashionable’ to murder Jews. Again Jewish blood is cheap.

The difficult part of this particular story for me is that I see myself in the shoes of victims. After all, I am a rabbi who conducts daily services. I relate, in a very personal way, to the tragedy. Devastatingly I am no longer shocked or even surprised when such a vicious attack is perpetrated against our people by the Palestinians (or radical Muslims in general). What I find maddening is the reprehensible coverage of such attacks by the likes of CNN, the BBC, Reuters, and most of the other ‘mainstream’ media. Through tortuous ‘logic’ they manage to try and show ‘balance’ between the murderous perpetrators and the innocent victims, like CNN’s headline that four Israelis and two Palestinians died. They misreport critical facts, like the attack occurred in a synagogue – NOT a mosque, or that the area where they were attacked is ‘occupied’ territory. Or they attempt to impart the message that this was somehow Israeli (Jewish) aggression like the headline that read “Two Palestinians Killed by Israeli Police.”

In my opinion these ‘news’ outlets are complicit in these terror activities. They have become so biased and twisted in their coverage as to have become propaganda agents for the enemies of a Jewish national home. They are generally quite hostile to peaceful people and Jewish interests, most of the time overtly. They have stilted their editorial bent to such a degree that their methods would make the Nazis proud.   

I have become cynical. I do not think most of the world cares any more, or at least those with power. We can count on one hand the number of reliable allies Israel has in the international arena. The leader of the free world equivocates and advocates for a dramatically weakened Israel and continues to give those with blood on their hands (including American blood) the benefit of the ‘doubt’. I believe that Jewish blood has again become cheap. I can only shake my head sadly as people offer excuses for the Palestinians.

Why?

The answer is because they are Muslim and the Israelis are for the most part Jewish. Today, and for the past number of years, it has become unfashionable to criticize Islam and/or Muslims. Anyone who does offer unapologetic criticism is labeled an Islamaphobe (or is marked for death). Islam now seems to be above reproach. Everyone seems terrified of antagonizing Islam. I find it astonishing that those who strongly speak out for democracy, human rights (including women’s rights, gay rights, and racial equality rights) seem to go strangely silent when discussing the Jewish – Muslim battle for Israel. How can any liberal-minded human being with half an ounce of common sense not vigorously defend Israel and assert her rights?!

I am also very disappointed in my co-religionists who call the Palestinian perpetrators of these atrocities ‘monsters,’ or ‘animals’ or numerous other inaccurate descriptions. It is an insult to animals and ‘monsters’ to call people, who are intelligent and who have choice, by these names. These people are much worse than any animal. They are as low as the Nazis (maybe lower because they should have learned the lessons of Nazi evil) – just not as well organized. They are the personification of evil. They are the mortal enemy of civilized human kind.

Now that my hands have been wrung in despair what answers may be offered? What words of consolation may be recited that won’t sound hollow or superficial?

Unfortunately there is no easy way out of this darkness. It will take dedication and a lot of hard work. It will take courage and generosity of spirit to climb out of this deep hole.

We must first of all take every possible step to enhance security, starting in Israel, which is on the front lines of this battle for civilization, and simultaneously working on all other vulnerable targets. This may mean utilizing certain methods that go against our natural tendencies towards openness and tolerance. We may have to look twice at someone wanting to enter our shul who does not look like he belongs. We may have to ask some extra questions of someone who asks a lot of questions about our schedules and routines. Israel may have to create more security checkpoints and use more discretion regarding who they allow into their neighborhoods and institutions.

The bodies of the terrorists should not be returned to their families for burial. On the contrary, they should be incinerated and their ashes should be cast into the sea. If a street or a school is named after the terrorist, it should be destroyed. Their homes should be demolished, their families (if found to be supportive of the terror) should be evicted and their homes and assets should be given to the victims. This may seem cruel, but it is actually kind, for if/when these types of measures are instituted a lot of the terror will finally stop. Everyone will benefit when Israel wins this war, even (especially?) the Palestinians themselves. After all, who suffers the most from this war on decency and civilization? Obviously, the Palestinians who continue to raise bumper crop after bumper crop of hateful murderers who have nothing positive to offer humanity.

On top of those steps, and beginning immediately, we must demonstrate that the terrorists will actually accomplish the opposite of their goals. New villages should be contemplated in Judea and Samaria in the name of the terror victims. New shuls should be built. New Jewish schools opened. The money currently being sent to the Palestinians should be used for these purposes. The money taken from the terrorists should used as incentives to help these people get new lives out of the land of the Jewish people. Help them get away from their corrupt (and very rich) ‘leaders’ who continue to bilk the world out of billions.

Locally we must find a way to add in our educational programs, particularly those that teach the truth; that Israel belongs to the Jewish people, and that it is the Jewish people who have the moral high-ground in this conflict. Jews certainly must find ways to enhance our unity, to build our communities, and to be strong in our attachment to Israel, each other, and G-d’s Torah.

In our case, our Friday night services will be in the memory of the victims of Palestinian terror.

It is (still) with complete faith that I believe in the ultimate victory of Israel and the Jewish people!

Rabbi Eilfort welcomes readers’ questions/comments via email at RabbiE@ChabadatLaCosta.com

Blessed is the True Judge

 

From Life to Life: Death, Mourning and Hope in Jewish Tradition and Practice
It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Michael (Misha) Galperin last night. Misha worked tirelessly on our new building project, and without his endless energy and creativity our project would not have come out nearly as beautifully nor would it have been completed by now.

It is therefore appropriate for the community to pay their respects to Misha at the funeral, which will take place tomorrow (Monday, October 26th) at 12pm, at Home of Peace Cemetery (NOT El Camino Memorial Park). The cemetery is located at 3668 Imperial Ave., San Diego (5 South to 805 South to Imperial. Make a right and go about 2 miles to just past Greenwood Cemetery.).

Following the funeral we will have a Meal of Condolence for Michael’s wife, Beverly, and his sister, Natalie, at the Galperin home; 1672 Gil Way, Vista. We will also have the afternoon service there at 2:30pm.

During the rest of this week we will conduct services at the shul (which was Misha’s home away from home) each evening starting Monday at 5:45pm and each morning at 8am.

 It is imperative that we have a Minyan at each of these services.

Please reply to this message immediately informing us as to when you will be participating in this tremendous Mitzvah for an extraordinary man who worked selflessly for the benefit of all of us.

Their Crime? Being Jews

Three Jewish Teenagers Murdered
Their Crime? Being Jews Living in Israel
By: Rabbi Yeruchem Eilfort

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At times like this it is difficult to think clearly, as our rational minds vie with a toxic mixture of deep sorrow and wrathful rage. We instinctively lash out in anger at our numerous enemies – some real and some imagined. We look for parties that we can focus our anger upon and blame for this latest Muslim atrocity. We eagerly read the President’s message seeking answers, if not some form of solace, and try to decode the ‘diplomatic-ese’ so we can get a notion as to what type of response by Israel will be tolerated by the rest of the world.

As we know Hamas is guilty of this atrocity as they continue to rain rockets down on southern Israel shot into population centers from population centers in Gaza. This, of course, constitutes a double war crime. I am really not sure how kidnapping and executing three teenagers because of being Jewish is categorized in international legal circles. Alas, the calls for restraint to prevent the destabilization of the situation have already been made by the President.

Let me ask you; what can be more unstable than random rocket attacks into population centers and the kidnapping of children on their way home from school?

We wring our hands in frustration as we feel helpless in the face of such barbarism. It gets worse when the ‘cycle of violence’ prognosticators come out of the woodwork and start making the obscene comparisons of three Jewish youth murdered because they are Jewish and Palestinian youth who die when attacking the Israeli Army and Jewish civilians.

Jews, it is time to wake up! There will be no justice brought to bear in this case unless Israel itself finds the intestinal fortitude to exact payment from those who are guilty and those who enabled them. Hamas is now part of the recognized Palestinian government. The Palestinian Authority chairman declared a unity government. His unity government receives large amounts of money from the US, EU, and many other sources. That means that our tax dollars go to fund the rockets being fired and the inevitable memorial plaques glorifying the murderers of our children. How does that feel? Your money is going to murder your people.

Israel must institute the death penalty forthwith so that these murderers, when caught, can never become bargaining chips for Jewish lives. They must be tried, convicted, put to death, and their bodies must be buried at sea so that their burial sites are not made into some sort of terrorist tourist attraction.

This is not a joke. Western attitudes regarding the sanctity of human life mean nothing to these people. They sooner sacrifice their own children than grant the Jewish people an independent country of their own. What they do understand is power and the willingness to use it when needed. The Syrian border and the Egyptian border have not remained largely quiet since the Yom Kippur War because of Israel’s liberal treatment of its Arab citizens. Those borders have remained relatively quiet because those countries know if they provoke Israel they will pay a very high price. It is time Hamas and their unity government partners are made to understand this same reality.

Of course this country and the world will call for Israeli restraint. Yes, many thousands more rockets will be fired into Israel from Gaza and from Lebanon (under the ‘watchful’ eye of the UN). There may even be some noise from the newly forming ‘Caliphate’ in Syria and Iraq. Iran will certainly do everything possible to harm Israel and its interests. Anti Semitism will rear its ugly head throughout Europe and even here. Israel will be excoriated on college campuses across this country, and heaven help any student decent enough to speak up in her defense. Calls will issue forth from academics and even some Jews to punish Israel financially for its audacity in defending itself from barbarism.

But Israel can do nothing more dramatic to bring stability to an unstable land by bringing the perpetrators to justice. Justice, true justice, brings stability. Israel may have to go it alone, but she is kept safe due to a Greater Force than the nations of the world.

And what about us? What part do we play in all of this? When Kfar Chabad and several Chasidim were attacked and murdered by terrorists in the ‘50’s the Rebbe, whose 20th Yarzeit we mark tonight, called for positive action. The terrorists, and those who support and enable them, only understand destruction and death. But we build and cherish life, and this will cause us to win this clash of values. Right makes might! We must fight their senseless hatred with unconditional love of one another. We must adopt each other’s children as though they are our own. Until every Jew is free to be Jewish without fear we have not completed our mission.

May the Almighty comfort the families of the innocent teens and all of the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem!

A Community's Loss

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of “Papa” Bill Brunelle, one of the founders of Chabad at La Costa and a dear personal friend.

Bill will be buried on Wednesday at 2:30pm in the Olam Ha-emet section of El Camino Memorial Park in Sorrento Valley on Wednesday. Please note that there will be a

twice daily Minyan in the shiva house

(home of Haskel and Brenda Joseph,

3006 Rana Court, Carlsbad – about two miles east of shul). 

Mincha/Maariv will take place each day at 7:30pm

and Shacharis will take place each day at 8am starting Wednesday evening.

Those who would like to volunteer to help with meal preparation in the Rabbi’s home for the family during shiva please send Rabbi an email. 

May we only hear good news and celebrate simchas!

Sincerely,

Rabbi Eilfort

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