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Dear Shul member and friend,

We are very proud of the past year's accomplishments and progress that our shul has made in the new, beautiful and central location. We have been making much use of our additional, renovated space downstairs and look forward to make even more additions in the future to accommodate our growing Kahal. Our membership has more than trippled in this past year. We hope Hashem continues to help us grow together in Torah and Yirat Shamayim in the future – Amen.

We would like to thank all those that have been sponsoring our weekly Seuda Shelishit, Ladies Tehillim Readings and Avot U’Banim programs. We are a young, starting out shul and it is only through these dedicated individuals that the shul can continue doing the great things it is doing. We are looking forward to out Selichot and Yamim Noraim prayers together. We will do our best to accommodate as many members as we can.

We would like everyone to know that the shul has a daily Shacharit minyan at 6:15 AM every morning followed with the Daily Halachah by our Rabbi as well as a Gemara class after Shacharit. Anyone interested in joining is welcome and can contact the Rabbi. We also have Mincha/Arvit everyday 20 minutes before Shekia. We are planning to create an evening learning program with dedicated teachers to come and study with all our shul members in the near future.

We are proud to announce that we have a Children's program every Shabbat morning 9:30am - 10:30am, lead by Rabbi Shaul Azatchi. It has been a great success, Barcuh Hashem! Our women's Tehillim group has continued through the summer successfully and we look forward to continue these great programs in the future.

We are appealing now to everyone in our shul to please join our annual membership group. Our monthly expenses as of now are already over $6,000 and we would like to add even more programs and events for the men, women and children of our Kahal.

Annual Membership - $360 (a dollar a day)

Please contact us about joining. Get started with helping this great Torah institution and make an impact on the Sephardic Marine Park Community to grow and flourish!


With Torah Blessings,

The Board, Sephardic Torah Center of Marine Park

Rabbi's Message

Think Positive for the Future, For a Jew it’s Never Too Late

An interesting story is recorded involving the famous Greek Philosopher, Plato and Yirmiyahu Hanavi. It was at the time of the first Churban Beis Hamikdash at the hands of the Babylonian Empire. Among the people who traveled to Eretz Yisrael to see first-hand the tragic events taking place and revel in the great military victory was the Greek philosopher, Plato. One day while walking past the smoldering ruins of the Har Habayis he noticed an old, distinguished looking man sitting on the rocks and weeping uncontrollably. Plato walked over to him and asked “Who are you and why do you weep so much?”


Fri, September 30 2022 5 Tishrei 5783