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Shabbat Lunch with Rav Gigi at WSSS

Saturday, September 17, 2016 14 Elul 5776

All DayOhav Shalom - 270 West 84th Street

Community Shabbat with Rav Gigi

Join us on Shabbat of September 16/17 for a communal shabbat with our special guest speaker Rav Baruch Gigi.

On Saturday lunch, join our communal meal with Rav Gigi. Enjoy great wine and Moroccan food by Sova Catering, delight in the company of old friends, and meet new ones at our warm and beautiful shabbat meal!

Program of the shabbat:

Candlelighting - 6:43 PM
Minha/Kabbalat Shabbat - 6:45 PM 


Derasha Before Mussaf -  בסוד היחיד והיחד- יסודות בניינה של חברה 
"Balancing the Individual and the Collective: The Foundation of Building a Jewish Community"

Q/A with Rav Gigi followed by Communal lunch 

Shabbat Minha - 6:00 PM
Followed by Seudah Shelishit with Sephardic Piyutim and a shiur by Rav Gigi
על מצוות השופר בראש השנה, ומשמעותה - "The Mitzvah of Blowing the Shofar and Its Significance"

Arvit/Habdala with Rav Gigi - 7:42 PM

Register to join our lunch now! 

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Rav Baruch Gigi came to Israel from Morocco at the age of 11 and joined Yeshivat Har Etzion in 1975. From 1983-1988, Rav Gigi served as a Ram and Rosh Kollel at the Hesder Yeshiva "Ma'alot", and since 1988, he has served as a Ram at Yeshivat Har Etzion. Rav Gigi currently teaches Hilchot Shabbat in the Kollel of the Yeshiva and serves as the Rav of the Sephardic Synagogue in Alon Shevut. He also teaches at the Beit Midrash for Women in Migdal Oz and at the Women's Advocates Training Program of Ohr-Torah Stone Institutes. In 5766, Harav Baruch was inaugurated, together with Harav Yaacov Medan, as Rosh Yeshiva, alongside the founding Roshei Yeshiva. 


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