Carry It Forward

Shabbat Candle Lighting Times for Moscow, Russia Friday, October 28th Light Candles at 16:40

Join us Tonight! Weekly Kabbalat Shabbat Services 20:30

Shabbat, October 29th, Shabbat Ends 17:53 Torah Portion: Bereishit - Genesis

Carry It Forward This past month was a Holiday whirlwind: On Rosh Hashana, we revisit individual responsibility. On Yom Kippur, we dig deep into ourselves, resolving to align our behaviors with our priorities and personal potential. On Sukkot, we experience community, and on Simchas Torah we recognize the genuine joy of living a meaningful life. Four consecutive Holidays. Solemn moments. Festive meals. Meaningful rituals. A stream of inspiration. All coming to a close this week. Now what? Every morning, we say a prayer which begins: “My G-d, the soul which You gave me is pure. You have created it, You have formed it, You have breathed it into me. And You preserve it within me….” Chassidic thought tells us that this prayer traces our souls’ journey into the human condition. The various expressions chart how our existence begins with G-d’s ‘choice’ of a specific soul to inhabit a particular baby, and continues with the soul’s descent through a succession of spiritual levels, ultimately finding expression in our bodily lives. But then the prayer presents a final leg of the journey: “You preserve it within me.” What does that mean? To put the question in context: We wake up every morning and recognize that G-d has gifted us with a pristinely Divine soul, paring down its spiritual intensity – level by level – so that it can animate our physical human lives. The consciousness we feel in the morning is the human tip of a Divine iceberg. But once we have our human lives, what does G-d need to preserve? Our spiritual sensitivity. Every morning, we thank G-d for giving us human lives capable of embracing mundanity, yet equally capable of genuine spiritual feeling. Every morning, we recognize natural, physical impulses, and simultaneously acknowledge our profoundly spiritual roots. We take note that our hearts, deep inside, are playing a sublimely Divine chord. If we only pause to hear it. A spirituality-filled Holiday season has guided us to the threshold of a wonderful new year. We need to take the inspiration with us. In fact, G-d helps us to preserve its echo for the year ahead. It’s resonating within you. Every morning, take a moment and listen. Shabbat Shalom! Rabbi Yanky and Rivky Klein

This email is In Loving memory of my dear father R' Yerachmiel Binyamin Halevi ben R, Menachem Klein OBM

Sukkot Under the Stars

You're invited to our "Sukkot Under the Stars" In our all new, huge Sukkah in the center on Moscow! Celebrate this beautiful Holiday in style, along with family and friends. We will be holding services followed by Kiddush and Dinner: Sunday, October 16th at 7:30pm Monday, October 17th at 8:30pm

At the: International Jewish Community of Moscow "Center for Jewish Life" per. Kaloshin, 12с1,, Moscow, Russia, 119002

Please let us know when you will be joining us! Looking forward to seeing you there! Rabbi Yanky & Rivky Klein

Yom Kippur Experience – Services

Shabbat Candle Lighting Times for Moscow, Russia Friday, October 7th Light Candles at 17:49

Join us Tonight! Weekly Kabbalat Shabbat Services 20:30

Shabbat, October 8th, Shabbat Ends 18:89 Torah Portion: Vayelech

Please join us for an inspiring and meaningful Yom Kippur Please join us for an inspiring and meaningful Yom Kippur experience.

Our services are refreshingly casual and easy to follow. The English-Hebrew prayer book, along with song and commentary, make everyone an active participant.

Please join us At the International Jewish Community of Moscow “Center for Jewish Life” per. Kaloshin, 12с1,



Please let us know if you will be joining us Come have some cake and drinks before the fast begins at 17:00

Annual Rosh Hashana Dinner

Celebrate Rosh Hashana with a feeling of home. A holiday dinner with warm people, warm food and a welcoming atmosphere.

The International Jewish Community of Moscow invites you to join us for our: ANNUAL ROSH HASHANA DINNER

Sunday, October 2nd 18:30 RSVP REQUIRED by clicking here

Rosh Hashanah October 3-4

Wishing you a Shna Tova Umituka Rabbi Yanky and Rivky Klein