Say goodbye in style

 


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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

Even as we look forward to the holiday of Shavuot, our hearts are heavy with worry. Once again, Jewish people in Israel are under terrorist attack.

In this critical time, we all ask:

What can I do for Israel? How can I help my brothers and sisters in the Holy Land?

Obviously, Israel’s government, army and police are striving to do all in their power to protect the nation’s citizens. But there is much we can do as well, no matter how distant we are geographically.

The Torah teaches us (and history has repeatedly demonstrated to us) that the physical protection of each one of us – and, indeed, our very collective destiny! – is intrinsically connected to our spiritual activism. Click here for some ideas, because everything we do DOES make a difference.

 
Shabbat at Chabad

Join us as we say goodbye to the seniors on this very special Shabbat!

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

Shabbat Highlights 

Friday Night

* 7:00pm ~ Spirited Kabbalat Shabbat services
7:45pm ~ Delicious, home cooked dinner and senior presentations

Shabbat

9:30am ~ Shabbat morning services 
* 12:30pm ~ Shabbat lunch 
1:45pm ~ Mincha services 
8:15pm ~ Seudah Shelishit 
9:05pm ~ Maariv and Havdallah
10:00pm ~ Chabad Cafe opens

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Shavuot
May 16-18
In Binghamton for Shavuot?
Come listen to the 10 Commandments being read on Monday, May 17, and enjoy cheesecake and iced lattes!
Choose a convenient time:
11:00 during morning services
1:30 after lunch
4:30- text Latte to RSVP

Shavuot Services and Meals
RSVP Mandatory for all meals ~ text: SHAVUOT to 607-797-0015

Sunday evening - May 16
Evening Service: 8:45 pm
Dinner:  9:15 pm

Monday - May 17
Morning Services: 10:00 am
10 Commandments reading: 11:00 am
Dairy Luncheon: 12:00 pm
Evening Services: 8:40 pm
Dinner:  9:00 pm
All night Torah study beginning at 11:00 pm

Tuesday - May 18
Morning Services: 9:30 am
Yizkor Memorial Service: 11:00 am
Holiday lunch: 12:00pm
Shavuot Closing Farbrengen: 8:30pm (Rabbi Levi & Hadasa's backyard

 
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Jewish Bearcat of the Week
Featuring Jordyn Finkel
 

What is your major, and why did you decide to pursue this degree?
History because history always repeats itself and I want to be ready.

Why did you choose Binghamton University?
Because I knew it had a great Jewish life and many people from my camp went here and loved it!

Where are you from?  Where did you go to high school?
I’m from Englewood NJ and I went
to Frisch.

Do you have any siblings?
2 older sisters.

What is your favorite Jewish food? 
Cholent

What is your favorite food?
Pasta

If you were a breakfast cereal, which one would you be and why?
If i was a breakfast cereal I would be cocoa krispies because they are underrated but they still snap crackle and pop just like me.

What is your favorite Jewish childhood memory?
Going to Jewish sleepaway called Camp Monroe, It taught me so many lessons and to love being Jewish.

What is your favorite Chabad experience?
My favorite Chabad experience was being on G-board and helping to plan the mega challah bake! I love challah bakes.

What's your favorite lockdown experience?
My favorite lockdown experience was staying up until 3 every night with my mom watching real housewives.

 
Candle Lighting Times for
Vestal:
Shabbat Candle Lighting:
Friday, May 14
7:59 pm
Shabbat Ends:
Shabbat, May 15
9:07 pm
Holiday Begins:
Sunday, May 16
8:01 pm
Second Day Holiday:
Monday, May 17
9:09 pm
Holiday Ends:
Tuesday, May 18
9:10 pm
Torah Portion: Bamidbar
 
SOUL COFFEE
Rabbi Tzvi Freeman

Every society has that which bonds it: A common ancestry and a system of lineage. Or a common language, or common borders, or governing body. Usually, it is a combination of several factors that mold a mass of people into a single whole.

The Jewish people are unique in that they have only a single nucleus—and it is none of the above.

All that bonds us is Torah. Nothing else has proven capable of holding us together for more than a generation or two. Nothing else, other than the same Torah that first forged us as a nation.


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