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Service Times
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Shabbat Schedule

Friday
8:00 AM   Shacharit
5:50 PM   Mincha
5:54 PM   Candle Lighting

Shabbat
9:00 AM   Shacharit
9:15 AM   Zachor reading following the Torah portion
11:00 AM Zachor Reading*
11:15 AM Zachor Reading on back patio by parking lot*
12:00 PM Zachor Reading*

Be sure to have seudah shlisheet at home

5:30 PM   Zachor Reading*
5:45 PM   Mincha
6:55 PM   Shabbat Ends

 

 

Weekday Schedule

Shacharit 
8:00 AM   Sunday
7:00 AM   Monday-
Wednesday

Mincha
6:00 PM   Sunday-Wednes
day

*Megillah readings in green will also be Zoomed, click the listing to join the Zoom*
Thursday - Fast of Esther
& Erev Purim

5:59 AM   Fast Begins
6:45 AM   Shacharit
5:50 PM   Mincha
6:20 PM   Maariv I
7:00 PM   Maariv II
7:00 PM   Family Megillah Reading - Social Hall

7:15 PM   Megillah Reading - Main Sanctuary
8:15 PM   Family Megillah Reading - Social Hall
8:30 PM   Megillah Reading - Main Sanctuary

Friday - Purim Day
6:45 AM   Shacharit & Megillah - Main Sanctuary
7:45 AM   Women's Megillah Reading - Social Hall

8:30 AM   Shacharit & Megillah - Main Sanctuary
10-11:30am Pick up your Purim Seudah Takeout
10:30 AM   Family Megillah Reading - Social Hall
12-1 PM   Purim Seudah & Kahoots on Zoom!
5:55 PM   Mincha
6:02 PM   Candle Lighting

 

torat emet classes

The Jewish community has thrived for millenia on its intimacy and close connections. While we will be physically distanced for the foreseeable future, we will strive to maintain our emotional and spiritual bonds during this time. Below you will find links to join classes with Rabbi Zack and Rabbi Neuman, Rabbi Neuman's Podcast on Minor Biblical Characters, and other online resources that may be helpful. May our learning and prayer help bring us back together soon. 

***All class titles listed below are clickable links to join the specified Zoom session***

Classes

The Book of Nachum with Rabbi Neuman
NEW! Starting 2/14 Sunday morning at 9:00 AM

Orchot Tzadikkim (The Path of the Righteous) with Rabbi Neuman
Tuesday & Thursday 12:30-1:30 PM
                                                                             Starting Chapter 9: The Gate of Happiness on 2/23

Contemporary Halacha with Rabbi Neuman
Tuesday night at 8:30 PM


Drasha by Rabbi Zack
Thursday night at 7:30 PM


Podcast
The Characters You Do Not Know with Rabbi Neuman 
 Now available HERE on Apple Podcast! 
(Alternatively you can use Spotify or Anchor to listen)

purim 5781 at torat emet

 

Click here to download/print the Torat Emet Purim Guide for 5781


 

Dear Friends and Members,

As we approach the joyous celebration of Purim, I wish to remind you of the central importance of providing support for those who do not have the funds to make a proper Purim seudah.  It is important that you fulfill the mitzvah of matanot l’evyyonim by giving tzedakah to at least two needy individuals on Purim.  If you cannot, or are uncomfortable giving directly to a local person, you can make a donation to the Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund and I will distribute a portion of those contributions locally on Purim day.  I will also send a portion to several established institutions in Israel that provide for hungry and needy Israeli families and children.

Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried in the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch writes, “It is better [and more praiseworthy] to increase the amount of money given for matanot l’evyyonim than to enlarge one’s Purim meal or increase the amount of mishloach manot that one send’s to friends; for there is no greater joy and splendor before the Holy One Blessed is He than to gladden the heart of the poor, the orphaned and the widowed.” (142:1)

May you have a Purim Same’ach,

Rabbi Howard Zack
 

Click here to make a donation

 

Join T.E.amwork!

Would you like to get real time Torat Emet notifications, hear about volunteer opportunities, and share cheerful tidings and thoughts with fellow Torat Emet members here and in Israel?

Then join the T.E.amwork WhatsApp already! To join please contact Rabbi Neuman at Rabbineuman@toratemet.org

Do not let COVID-19 restrictions keep you from having meaningful and uplifting social and informational conversations (no politics allowed) with your Torat Emet friends.  We look forward to hearing from you.

 

COVID-19 Resources:

Click here for an important Message from Torat Emet, Ahavas Sholom, Beth Jacob, Kollel and CTA Rabbinic Leadership regarding COVID-19


Online Learning Resources:


We pray for those who are sick, for everyone’s safety,
and for a swift end to this plague.

Welcome to Congregation Torat Emet...Welcome Home

Welcome to Main Street!
We are the largest Modern Orthodox shul in Columbus, located in the center of the Jewish community, offering daily minyan and weekly classes.  We cultivate relationships with God and with each other, striving for spiritual and moral growth. Please join our community for visits, services and events.

help underwrite a program so more families can participate!

Family Kabbalat Shabbat & Dinner 
Subsidize this program for $180 (includes family admission)
Underwrite this program for $1,250 (each occurance)

PJs & Havdalah 
Underwrite this program for $200 (each occurrence)

Teen Cholent
Underwrite this program for $100 (each occurrence)

Pre-Purim Carnival 
Underwrite this program for $1,500

 

Click here to underwrite any of these programs

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Calendar Corner

  • Tu B'Shevat -- January 28th
  • MSG Paint Night -- February 6th
  • Rosh Chodesh Adar -- February 12th
  • Purim -- February 25th & 26th
Wed, February 24 2021 12 Adar 5781