OU’s Rabbi Weil to be Teaneck Resident Scholar This Shabbat, May 11

May 6, 2013

RABBI STEVEN WEIL TO SERVE AS TEANECK RESIDENT SCHOLAR AT CONGREGATION KETER TORAH THIS SHABBAT, MAY 11

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Rabbi Steven Weil, executive vice president of the Orthodox Union and Teaneck resident, will serve as Resident Scholar at Congregation Keter Torah this Saturday, May 11, Parshat Bemidbar.

The OU member synagogue is located at 600 Roemer Avenue.

Beginning at 8:45 a.m., Rabbi Weil will lead the “I Wish I Understood Everything I Was Saying” minyan, a unique explanatory service to better understand and analyze the Shabbat morning davening and kriat HaTorah. Participants are welcome to attend for all or just part of the service.

Shabbat afternoon, Rabbi Weil will lead Daf Yomi beginning at 6:35 p.m.

Following Mincha at 7:35p.m., Rabbi Weil will address, “What Defines The Weltanschauung (philosophical outlook) of A Jew?”

“With Rabbi Weil as an active member in our shul, I get many requests to have him deliver shiurim and lead special programs, such as the ‘I Wish I Understood Everything I was Saying’ minyan,” said Rabbi Shalom Baum, rabbi of Congregation Keter Torah. “This Shabbat, we are excited that Rabbi Weil will be leading the minyan, delivering the Daf Yomi, and giving a shiur between Mincha and Maariv on ‘What Defines the Weltanschauung of a Jew?’ We are proud to have him serve as Resident Scholar for the weekend.”

For further information, contact the synagogue at 201-907-0180 or info@ketertorah.org.

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