Welcome back - Can't wait to see you!

 


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Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life at Binghamton University 
420 Murray Hill Avenue ~ Vestal, NY 13850 
www.JewishBU.com ~ [email protected] ~ 607-797-0015

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Shabbat at Chabad

Welcome back! We hope you had a fantastic summer. 

While so much about our world and reality has changed, Chabad is determined to give you a semester of warmth, inspiration, community and fun. Please stay tuned as plans and protocols continue to evolve and we find new and creative ways to serve you.

While we will be doing as many events as possible we will be putting a special focus on one-on-one meetings, coffee dates, and chevrutas. To set something up, simply reach out to one of our staff:

Rabbi Aaron Slonim ~ Mrs. Rivkah Slonim
Rabbi Zalman Chein ~ Mrs. Rochel Chein
Rabbi Levi Slonim ~ Mrs. Hadasa Slonim
Rabbi Sruly Ohana ~ Mrs. Goldie Ohana

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Shabbat Highlights 

For the health and safety of our community, RSVP is required for all Shabbat meals.   Text Events to 607-797-0015 to RSVP.

For this week both Friday night meals are capped and we sadly cannot accept anymore reservations. We are working on additional offerings for the weeks to come. If you made a reservation and do not plan to come please cancel it so it opens room for someone else. Please remember which meal you signed up for as you will only be able to enter for that meal. People who signed up for both will not be able to come for either. Please make sure you cancel one or the other.

There is still room for Shabbat Kiddush which will be open 12-12:45pm. People will be checked in between 12 and 12:20pm only.  There is also room for Seudah Shelishit.

Looking forward to seeing you!

Friday night

First Shift
* 6:00pm ~ Spirited Kabbalat Shabbat services
* 7:00pm - 8:15pm ~ Delicious, home cooked dinner 

Second Shift
* 8:00pm ~ Spirited Kabbalat Shabbat services
* 8:40pm ~ Delicious, home cooked dinner 

Shabbat

* 9:30am ~ Shabbat morning services 
* 12:00pm - 12:45pm ~ Shabbat Kiddush
* 7:15 ~ Mincha services 
* 7:30pm ~ Seudah Shelishit 
* Maariv and Havdallah
* 9:45pm ~ Chabad Cafe opens

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Live downtown? Join Chabad at 60 Henry Street
Friday night: 
Kabbalat Shabbat Services 6:45pm
Dinner: 1st Shift 7:15pm | 2nd Shift: 8:15pm
Shabbat: Shachrit Minyan services 10:30 AM, Kiddush & Lunch 12:45 PM

RSVP: text DOWNTOWN to 607-797-0015

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Jewish Bearcat of the Week
Featuring Daniel Abramson
 

What is your major, and why did you decide to pursue this degree?
Finance & Marketing. I always have had an interest in business, especially entrepreneurship. In high school, I participated in YEA!, a "Shark Tank '' like competition but for high schoolers. 

Why did you choose Binghamton University?
I chose to attend BU because I knew there was a strong and vibrant Jewish community, while also having the ability to study business and be close to NYC. 

Where are you from? Where did you go to high school?
I'm originally from Boca Raton, Florida. I went to David Posnack.  

What do you love about Jewish life on campus?
I love that there is a sense of community and that there are many different resources tailored towards Jews.

Do you have any siblings?
I have 4 older siblings!

What is your favorite Jewish food?  
Babka 

What is your favorite food?
Steak or sushi

What is your favorite Chabad experience?
My favorite Chabad experience was Purim. I enjoyed helping out with the Purim carnival as well as attending the Purim seudah. It was a lot of fun dancing for hours upon hours! 

What do you look forward to when coming to Chabad?  
I look forward to a nice home-cooked meal as well as seeing the packed room with everyone enjoying themselves. 

How do you enjoy spending your free time?
I enjoy spending my free time producing or listening to music, being with friends, or sleeping. 

 
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Upcoming Events
 
Girls Nite Out: Sushi
Tuesday, Sep. 1, 2020 - 7:30 pm
Celebrating Rosh Chodesh Elul
At Chabad
Learn how to make your own sushi; as well as S'more sushi and enjoy these delicious treats.
There will be a $3 charge to help defray the cost of this program
Text "GNO Sushi" to 607-797-1005 to RSVP

 
Supper with Study-Beit Midrash
Wednesday, Sep. 2, 2020 - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
7-7:30pm enjoy a delicious dinner
7:30-8:30pm Chavruta study any are of your choice.
Bring your own partner or let us find you
someone for you to study with. Nobody knows too little or too much to benefit from Beit Midrash.
Join in this unique peer study opportunity! Text Supper and Study to 607-797-0015 to RSVP

 
Freshman Funday
Sunday, Sep. 6, 2020 - 12:00 pm
*For New Students
Ever wonder what the city of Binghamton has to
offer? Join us for a day of discovery and fun as we
visit some of Binghamton’s favorite destinations.

 
Inter-Greek BBQ
Tuesday, Sep. 8, 2020 - 6:00 pm
Calling all Greeks!
Join us for a delicious BBQ, surprise
attraction and all your Greek, Jewish friends at Chabad!
We are going to have more fun than should be legal!
 
Candle Lighting Times for
Vestal:
Shabbat Candle Lighting:
Friday, Aug. 28
7:26 pm
Shabbat Ends:
Shabbat, Aug. 29
8:25 pm
Torah Portion: Ki Teitzei
SOUL COFFEE
Rabbi Tzvi Freeman

In the month of Elul, the month before Rosh Hashanah, a signal goes out to every Jewish soul that it is time to return to the palace that is home.

It is a signal both subtle and loud.

Subtle, because it does not awaken even those who are closest—every soul must awaken itself. Loud, because it reaches those who have been thrown to the edge of the universe.

Loud, because it is a signal of love and joy. Subtle, because it is an intimately personal call.

Loud, because it provides immeasurable powers to break out of whatever holds you back, lift you above all obstacles, and carry you all the way home. Subtle, because the power is there, but latent, quiet, awaiting your determination.

How can a signal be both subtle and loud, joyful and intimate, empowering and latent?

Because this signal originates from the very origin of your own soul, that place from which your soul was torn but has never truly abandoned. And as distant as a soul may stray, as lost as she may be, she will always remain one with her Beloved.

And now she hears her Beloved call, from a place deep within herself.


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