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Tisha B'Av 09 flyer

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The Young Israel of Hillcrest
169-07 Jewel Avenue
Flushing, NY 11365

The Young Israel of Hillcrest is proud to present the
following important and relevant videos:
(Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation)
featuring Rabbi Yissachar Frand
This video will be shown at:  11:15AM, 3:15PM
Featuring Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky,
and Rabbi Eli Mansour
This video will be shown at:  12:45PM, 4:45PM
One Soul
(Project Inspire)
This video will be shown at:  2:15PM, 6:15PM
Everyone is urged to attend


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Hillcrest Community Youth Department
Miracle at Moreaux - 12:15 PM
(Approximate - One hour)
Anne Frank: The Whole Story - 4:00 PM
(Approximate - Two hours)
These videos will be presented in the Gold Room
All boys and girls are urged to attend


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This Tisha B-Av

Israel Advocacy at Young Israel of Holliswood

Winning The War of Words-
How To Become an Effective Advocate for Israel

To sign up for the 3 part series in Queens  click here



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Young Israel of Greater Pittsburgh Announces:

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TISHA B’AV SCHEDULE – 5769 – 2009



Wednesday, July 29 – Erev Tisha B’Av


6:30 PM  - Mincha  followed by Seudah Hamafseket at home

              8:12 PM -  Fast Begins 

              8:45 PM -  Maariv followed by Eicha: 8:55 PM



Thursday, July 30 – Tisha B’Av


5:30 AM - 1st Shacharit: Beit Midrash – followed by Kinot

              7:25 AM - 2nd Shacharit: Main Shul - followed by Kinot


         10:45 AM -1st Video:  Achdut -Rabbi Steven Weil, Executive Vice President,

                                                            Orthodox Union


         11:45 AM -1:45 PM – Shiur given by Rabbi Jonathan Muskat

                     Topic: Holocaust Commemoration: Yom Hashoah or Tisha B’av?


1:45 PM - 1st Mincha


           5:45 PM - 2nd Video from the Chofetz Chaim Foundation: Heeding the Call:

                                      What are our trying times telling us?  Harav Yissocher Frand  


              7:40 PM - 2nd Mincha


           8:15 PM  - Maariv


           8:58 PM – Fast Ends


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Tisha B'Av Schedule (7/29-30)
Wednesday, July 29th
Fast Begins 8:14pm
Mincha 8:05pm
Maariv followed by Eicha and Kinnot 8:20pm
Thursday, July 30th
Shacharit 6:00am (Beit Midrash) followed by Kinnot  
2nd Minyan 7:30am (Main Sanctuary) followed by Kinnot led by Rabbi Daniel Bloom
Following the 7:30am Minyan: Screening of the film "One Soul", a film produced by Project Inspire
Early Mincha 1:45pm
Screening of "The Third Jihad", a ground breaking film that exposes the destructive aims of Radical Islam and its mounting threat for America and the world. 6:50pm
Mincha 7:50pm
Fast Ends 9:00pm


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YI of Southfield

Tisha B'av Video Schedule:

1- 5:40 p.m.

"One Soul"

A riveting 50 minute film about the power of reching out.

Co-sponsored by the National Council of Young Israel

Presented by Project Inspire

2- 6:30 p.m.
“Heeding the Call: What are our trying times telling us?”
Featuring: Rabbi Yissocher Frand
Presented by the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation

Tisha B'av schedule:
Erev Tisha B’Av-Wednesday, July 29
Daf Yomi-6:00 a.m.
Shacharit-6:55 a.m.
Mincha-6:45 p.m.
Fast Begins– 8:55 p.m.
Maariv / Eicha– 9:30 p.m.
Tisha B’Av– Thursday, July 30
Shacharit / Kinnot– 6:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m.
(During the 8:30 a.m. Minyan, there will be a detailed explanation of the Kinnot by Rabbi Morris and several of our members.)
Sunrise– 6:24 a.m.
Chatzot-1:40 a.m.
Mincha-2:15 p.m. and 8:25 p.m.
Videos- 5:40 p.m and 6:30 p.m.
Shiur-Following 8:25 p.m. Mincha
Maariv– 9:25 p.m.
Fast Concludes-9:43 p.m.

At 3:00, Thursday (Tisha B'av),Judy Pruchno will be at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in the big conference room explaining Sam Pruchno's paintings of the Holocaust.

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Service Schedule - Tisha B'Av


Wednesday, July 29 - Eve of Tisha B'Av

Shachris 6:30 PM

Midday 1:03 PM

Fast Starts 8:14 PM

Mincha/Maariv followed by reading of Eicha (Lamentations) - 8 PM


Thursday, July 30 - Tisha B'Av Day

Shachris 6:10 AM


Midday 1:03 PM

At this time one may sit on regular chairs and tend to his personal needs (Shopping for food etc...)


Special Presentation

Sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Barry Groeschler


Slander, Gossip & Verbal Abuse


Rabbi Eli Mansour & Rabbi David Orlofsky

Preventing Words that Cause Destrution in Our Lives


The Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation

Tisha B'av 5769 Worldwide Event 


Time: 6 PM

Location: Young Israel of Aberdeen


Mincha followed by Maariv 7:35 PM


Fast Ends 8:51 PM


Young Israel of Aberdeen, NJ

479 Lloyd RD

Aberdeen, NJ 07747


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Young Israel of Woodmere

Wednesday, July 29th          EREV TISHA B'AV
Mincha: 5:00pm, 5:30pm, 6:00pm, 6:30pm & 7:00pm  followed by Seudah Hamafsekes
Fast Begins: 8:13pm             
Maariv: 8:50pm followed by Eicha and Kinos in the Joseph K. Miller Main Shul, Saul Kaufmann Social Hall and Moshe Soshtain Bais Medrash

Thursday, July 30th                 TISHA B'AV         
Shacharis followed by Kinos:
   5:24am   (Vasikin Minyan)
   6:00am   with Kinos led by Rabbi Billet
   8:00am   with Kinos until Chatzos led by Rabbi Dr. Weinreb
Chatzos (Midday): 1:00pm
Mincha: 1:40pm, 5:00pm, 6:30pm & 7:40pm     
Maariv: 8:40pm                             
Fast Ends: 8:52pm  

A new video presentation from the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation, by renowned speakers including Harav Yissocher Frand, will be shown in our shul on Tisha B'Av at 5:45pm. There will also be a Community-Wide Tisha B'Av learning program at the Young Israel of Lawence-Cedarhurst beginning at 2:15pm. The shiurim and times are listed on the shul bulletin board. Men and women are invited to attend.


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YIS Tisha Bav Schedule

Monday,                 July        19

Leil Tisha BAv

Mincha                                               6:30pm

Fast Begins                                        8:23pm

Maariv/Eicha                                       8:45pm

Tisha BAv Presentation in the Main Sanctuary


Immediately following Eicha

         The story of Michael Levin zl

A Hero in Heaven

Michael Levin (z"l) was one of three soldiers killed on August 1, 2006 in clashes with Hezbullah in the southern Lebanese village of Aita al-Shaab. An immigrant from the United States, he had been living in Israel for the last four years. Born and raised near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Michael grew up in a traditional, loving Jewish household. He was active in HaGesher Region USY and attending Camp Ramah in the Poconos. In February of 2001, Michael came to Israel for two months and attended the Alexander Muss high school program. After graduating high school, Michael attended the NATIV USY year long program in Israel. In his NATIV yearbook he wrote: "You can't fulfill your dreams unless you dare to risk it all"                                                                                            At the young age of 16, Michael had decided that he wanted to move to Israel and join a front-line combat unit in the Israeli Defense Forces. He followed his dream three years later, and immigrated to Israel, joining the elite paratroop unit #890 shortly thereafter. During the summer of 2006 Michael had received special permission to travel to the United States to visit his family. When he heard about the outbreak of the war, he decided to end his trip and return to help his unit. He went straight to his commanders and demanded to be sent up north to defend Israel against Hezbollah. Seven days later he was killed.
            On that Tisha B'Av, Michael Levin (z
l) was laid to rest at Mount Hertzl Cemetery. His family mother Harriet, father Mark, sister Elisa and his twin sister, Dara -- flew in from Holland, Pennsylvania. They were joined by thousands of people from all over Israel who came to pay tribute to his memory, his heroism. Michael Levin (zl) was the personification of the word hero.  He made the ultimate sacrifice for the Jewish State and the Jewish people.

May Hashem console his family among the mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim.

Tuesday,              July       20

Yom Tisha BAv

Early Shacharit and selected Kinot                       6:30am

2nd Shacharit                                                    8:00am

OU Kinot Live webcast

of Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb                              9-12pm

Rabbi JJ Schacter (Greene Gallery)                 12-5pm

Chofetz Chaim Heritage Video Presentation-

EMUNAH                                                       6:30pm

Mincha with Tallit & Tefillin                               7:55pm

Fast Ends                                                       9:02pm


Young Israel of Scarsdale

1313 Weaver Street
Scarsdale, NY 10583-7035

Phone: (914)636-8686
Fax: (914)636-1209

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YIS Tisha B'av Kid’s Program

Exploring the meaning of

Tisha B'av through crafts, stories and video.

Tisha B'av Afternoon Tuesday, July 20 

2:30 - 4:00pm @ YIS

All kids in Kindergarten - 3rd grade are invited to attend.

For more information email Boruch at


Young Israel of Scarsdale

1313 Weaver Street
Scarsdale, NY 10583-7035

Phone: (914)636-8686
Fax: (914)636-1209

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Mincha – 1:40pm, 5:00pm, 6:00pm, 7:00pm & 7:45pm


From Project Inspire - Wiping A Tear – 2:30pm


From Torah Umesorah

in conjunction with the Rabbi Leib Geliebter Memorial Foundation

Sh’eiris Hapleitah – 3:30pm

an inspirational narrative of the concentration camp survivors after their liberation and their early existence in the Displaced Persons camps. The film focuses on their tremendous resilience and determination to rebuild their shattered lives and rekindle Yiddishkeit and Torah Life.

From the Orthodox Union - Lamenting Our Loss

Rabbi Steven Weil - “Mourning the Loss of the Communities”

Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb - “Mourning for the Lost Torah”


From the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation

“Our One Safe Harbor - Emunah”

HaGaon HaRav Mattisyahu Salomon, Rabbi Paysach Krohn

and Rabbi Fishel Schachter –


Young Israel of Woodmere
859 Peninsula Boulevard
Woodmere, NY 11598-2413

Phone: (516)295-0950
Fax: (516)295-4212


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Young Israel of West Rogers Park Park Tisha B'Av Schedule

Tisha B'Av Schedule:

Mon 7/19 Maariv (including Eicha) 8:45pm;
Tues 7/20 Shacharit (including selected Kinot) 8:00am (Reminder: no tallis or
tefillin worn)

Documentaries appropriate to Tisha B'Av will be presented after Shacharit
(approximately 10:45 AM) and run continuously until 7:30pm; Mincha (with tallis and tefillin) 7:45pm

30 minutes after sunset - 8:51pm
50 minutes after sunset - 9:11 PM

Young Israel of West Rogers Park

2706 West Touhy Avenue
Chicago, IL 60645-3008

Phone: (773)743-9400
Fax: (847)329-1377


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