2319 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Tel: 412-421-8855 Fax: 412-521-9938 Rabbi: 412-377-1769
E-mail: Office@ShaareTorah.net Web Site: www.ShaareTorah.net
FRIDAY - 7:30 A.M. - NOON



Sunday - 7:50 A.M.
Monday &Thursday - 6:35 A.M.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday - 6:50 A.M.
Rosh Chodesh - 6:20 A.M.


Daf Yomi - Shabbat - 1 hour before Mincha Sunday-7:00 A.M.;
Monday-Friday - 6:00 A.M.
Navi Shmuel - Sunday - 8:40 A.M.
Talmud Ta'anit - Monday - after Ma'ariv
Tehillim - Tuesday - 9:30 A.M.
Chumash Shemot - Tuesday - 7:00 P.M.
Parsha class - Wednesday - 7:15 P.M.
Mishna and More - Wednesday - 9:00 P.M.
Ahavat Chessed -Shabbat before Torah Reading
Halachic topics - Daily between Mincha/ Ma'ariv

Parsha Tazria-Metzora Vayikra 12:1 - 15:33
Pages 556 - 584 in The Living Torah
Haftarah: Melachim II - 7:3 - 20
Pages 1160 - 1164 in The Living Torah
Pirkei Avot - Chapter 2


Check Eruv 412-421-1437
www. PittsburghEruv.org
Mincha - 7:00 P.M.
Early candlelighting after 6:46 P.M.
Late Mincha (CHECK WITH RDW) -7:55 P.M.
Candlelighting by 7:54 P.M.

Shacharith - two services 7:00 A.M & 8:50 A.M.
Groups B4 Groups - 9:15 A.M.
Youth Activities - 10:00 A.M.
Kiddush Following Services
Mincha - 7:45 P.M.
followed by Shalosh Seudot
Maariv - 9:00 P.M.
Havdallah after 9:04 P.M.

Candlelighting May 5 - 8:02 P.M.

LATE FRIDAY MINCHA - Mincha at Shaare Torah throughout the spring and summer on Friday evenings is at 7:00 P.M. followed by Kabalat Shabbat and Ma'ariv. Brining Shabbat in early is most proper and that schedule will not change. However, as we have done for the last couple of years, we also attempt to have an additional late minyan on Friday night, on a week to week basis whenever possible (for the benefit of those who find it difficult to be ready early). The late mincha begins a couple of minutes prior to candlelighting time followed by Kabalat Shabbat and Maariv. The way it works is that Rabbi Wasserman is in contact each week with those who have a general interest, and if 10 commit to be there, the late Mincha minyan will meet for that week. The minyan time will be listed in the bulletin each week. However, if you plan to come to the late minyan you must check with Rabbi Wasserman to confirm that the late minyan on Friday will indeed meet that week. Also, if you would like to be in the Whatsapp group or the text list of those who are generally interested (with whom Rabbi Wasserman will check each week, as indicated above), please text or Whatsapp message Rabbi Wasserman.

KIDDUSH - Kiddush lunch is being sponsored by the Rieger family on the occasion of the 10th Yahrtzeit of their wife, mother and grandmother, Tina Susan Rieger Z"L.

SHALOSH SEUDOS - Shalosh Seudos was sponsored last Shabbat by Michael and Atara Kentor in honor of the yahrtzeit of Atara's beloved parents, Pinchas Zakai, Z"L (Pinchas ben Moshe David) and Helen Israel Zakai, Z"L (Hinda bat Avraham).

THANK YOU - The shul expresses its thanks to the following people who have contributed to the shul during the past week: Rabbi Abraham and Rebbetzin Choni Levene; Rabbi Aaron and Lorraine Mackler in honor of the birth of Baby Girl Steinberg; Mira Zimmerman. Aliyahs; Sandy Glick, Moti Goldis Yahrtzeits: Elaine Solomon in memory of her beloved mother, Sandra Tatelman, Z"L; Mira Zimmerman in memory of her beloved parents, Dora and David Zimmerman, Z"L

MAZEL TOV - Mazel Tov to Yoni and Talia Steinberg on the birth of a baby girl.

BNEI AKIVA - Bnei Akiva's annual Tekes Yom Hazikaron is taking place on Monday, May 1st at Shaare Torah at 7:00 PM. All are invited to acknowledge and honor the sacrifices made by our soldiers defending the State of Israel. Snif continues this Shabbat at Shaare Torah from 4:30 to 5:30. Shabbat Shalom!

ISRAEL'S 69th INDEPENDENCE DAY - Tuesday, May 2nd at Community Day School Field. Free parking is available at Allderdice High School.4:00 pm - 6:30 pm. Play, Dance, Sing, Eat & Celebrate. In case of rain, all activities will be held in the CDS gym. Then, don't miss Matisyahu at 6:30 P.M. In case of rain, concert to be held at Allderdice High School. To guarantee admission to Matisyahu concert register online!

FYI - Linda will be out of the office on Monday and Tuesday, May 1 and 2. In case of an emergency, please contact Rabbi Wasserman.

SAVE THE DATE - Put a large circle around Sunday, August 27th. That is the date we'll be honoring Dr. Yram and Merris Groff at our annual banquet. We'll also be putting out our calendar for the coming year as we honor them. More details and ad forms will be forthcoming. Book the babysitter. It's never too early.

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2017 RACE FOR THE CURE IS NOW OPEN - Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh is very excited to announce that registration is now open for the annual Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14, in Schenley Park. The Pittsburgh Komen Race for the Cure is one of the largest fundraisers in the city, playing a huge part in Komen's ability to fund breast health programs that benefit women and men in 34 counties in western and central Pennsylvania. The park will be filled with many exciting activities and sights, including music, food, giveaways, and an inspiring sea of pink as survivors and supporters come together. To register online, click register now
http://pittsburgh.info-komen.org/site/R?i=v6x8sPasjsEKkVUoh_Z5lA. Through Wednesday, May 10 at noon.

AGEWELL - AgeWell Rides, a NEW service of AgeWell Pittsburgh through Jewish Family & Children's Service, will offer rides for senior citizens who do not drive and who want to go to doctor appointments, shopping, to the hair dresser, or to attend religious services. We are currently recruiting drivers who have a couple of free hours and who want to make a difference in a senior's life. They are encouraged to contact AgeWell Rides at AgeWellRides@jfcspgh.org or call AgeWell Pittsburgh at 412-422-0400 (and speak with Maxine Horn or Ellen Leger).

LET'S FILL THE YELLOW BARREL - We hope to continue to help the Sq. Hill Food Pantry by filling the yellow barrel in the entrance hall. Keep in mind that there is always a list of needed items. Canned soup, cold cereal, pasta, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, tuna, 100% fruit juice, bar soap, laundry and dish detergents, disinfecting wipes, diapers, and shampoo are always needed. We are proud of our work in the community helping those who need. Please fill our yellow barrel when you are able. Many people thank you for your participation!