Tuesday, May 05, 2009

A Shabbos With Rabbi Peretz Auerbach of Jerusalem

A born and bred Brooklynite, Rabbi Peretz Auerbach made aliyah many years ago and learned from many masters until he became an accomplished scholar in all areas if Torah. Today he is one of the key figures in Breslov outreach. Rabbi Auerbach is presently working on a commentary on the Zohar in English, b'derekh avodah -- as related to spiritual practice, both in prayer, meditation, and the inner work of tikkun ha-middos / self-refinement. The Breslov Center and Congregation Sheves Achim / The Flatbush Minyan are honored to host him for this Shabbaton in Brooklyn on his spring trip to the US.

When: Shabbos Parshas Emor, May 8-9.

Times: Minchah Erev Shabbos 15 min. after candle-lighting. Shacharis beginning 9:00 AM. Shabbos Minchah 7:40 PM, followed by a public Shaloshudes in the Shul.

Rabbi Auerbach will speak Friday night after the se'udah at the Fund home for a "desert tisch" open to the public; briefly on Shabbos day before Musaf; during the noon meal; and again during Shaloshudes.

Topic: "The Time-Space-Soul Continuum" -- with an additional group meditation related to this theme beginning 45 min. before Minchah.

Where: Congregation Sheves Achim / The Flatbush Minyan
1517 Ave. H, off corner of East 16th (across from Q Train)

Friday night "dessert tisch" at Fund home, 1049 East 13th St (bet. Aves. K-J)

To join us for the day meal, please call Rabbi Fund as soon as possible, so that catering can be arranged: 718-338-8442

Cost: $20 per person for Shabbos day meal; Friday night "desert tisch" and Shaloshudes open to public free of charge.

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Lag BaOmer Celebration in Flatbush

This Monday night, May 1th, a Lag BaOmer gathering will be held at Rabbi Fund's shul: Congregation Sheves Achim / The Flatbush Minyan
1517 Ave. H, off corner of East 16th (across from Q Train)

The festivities will begin after Maariv, 9:00 PM.

Guest of honor Rabbi Peretz Auerbach of Jerusalem will lead the singing and music and also share divrei Torah with the olam.

Don't miss it!

$10 suggested donation

1 Comments:

At May 12, 2009 at 11:37:00 AM EDT, Anonymous Smashed Hat said...

Reb Peretz was WONDERFUL!

He is an excellent communicator, humble and sweet, and can really "deliver the goods." (Plus he's an excellent acoustic player.) May this be the first of his events here in NY, and may he fill the shul next time!

 

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