Friday, October 29, 2021

Schedule for Shabbos Parshas Chayei-Sara (Kinus Hashluchim!) and week ending Friday Parshas Toldos

Dear Mispallel/Member of K'hal Tzemach Tzedek: 

 Attached is the Schedule for Shabbos Mevorchim Kislev, Parshas Chayei-Sara (Kinus Hashluchim!) and week ending Friday Parshas Toldos 5782. 

 The מולד will be Thursday night, 55 minutes and 13 Chalakim after 12am. 

 Rosh Chodesh Kislev is on Friday. 

 There will a farbrengen לכבוד ר"ח כסלו on Thursday night after the 8:30 Maariv.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Mazel Tov Simpsons!

 Mazel Tov to Rabbi Binyomin & Lakey Simpson (Airmont) on the birth of a Baby Girl!

Shifra-Puah arranges meals for families of newborns. If you would like to help them with meals please contact Karen Shield at 845-304-0707.


Friday, September 10, 2021

Message from Rabbi Markowitz Esrogim Center

 Attn: Anash of Greater Monsey,

As in the past, Rabbi Markowitz will have a nice selection of Yanover Esrogim at good prices.

Starting right after Rosh Hashanah, until Erev Sukkos, at his home 24 Briarcliff Drive.

For more information please call ​​​​​​​914-906-6878.

Gmar Chasimah Tovah!

Schedule for Shabbos Shuva, Week of Haazinu and Yom Kippur 5782


Friday, August 27, 2021

Mazel Tov Goldins!

 Mazel tov to Mr. & Moshe Goldin on the birth of a baby boy. 

Mazel tov to the grandparents Rabbi & Mrs. Gil Hami.

Message from Efraim Keller Esrogim

Dear Customers:

This year there is a beautiful selection of Italian (Yanover) Esrogim, ב״ה.  For all the early birds: I will be selling from my home 7 Earl ct.  this Motzaei Shabbos before selichos - from 9:30pm till 12:00am - 

first come first served.

Efrayim Keller.  

Good Shabbos and a Kesivah VaChasimah Tovah

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Appeal from Tzemach Tzedek Charity Fund


Elul-Rosh Hashana Membership Letter



                                                                                                8 Elul 5781


Dear Members of Khal Tzemach Tzedek;


            I am writing you to announce the opening of our annual membership drive which is coupled with the request for seats for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  Baruch Hashem we will be able to daven this year as one minyan.  Please reserve your seats as early as possible. Last year we had to have 2 minyanim and the seating arrangements were different, I
would like to personally request that requests for seats be done no later than 18 Elul - 26 August so that we can accommodate your seating preference.


As in years past the cost for membership in our shul is $770 plus $36 per month for the building fund for a total of $1200.  This entitles you to 2 seats, a discount rate for the mikveh and the ability to vote and have a voice in our shul.  Additional seats for unmarried children will be $36 and all other guests will be $100. 

This is our shul’s biggest fundraising drive of the year and I would like to encourage EVERYONE to be involved.   Everyone who is using the shul on  a regular basis, whether for davening, learning, or socializing has a clear responsibility , in whatever way they can, to support our shul. 

            There remains the option of associate membership and the cost remains $600.  This entitles you to a discount rate for the mikveh but no seats for Yom Tov.  The cost of those seats will be $100 each.   This is geared to supporters, who do not live locally and are in shul during the week.

            In order to reserve seating in shul you must either personally speak to or email or text either Mordechai Litzman or myself so that we can address any outstanding balances owed the shul.  I can be reached at (646) 436 1289  or and Mordechai Litzman can be reached at (845) 222-0988 or

            This membership drive remains our shuls biggest source of income and everyone is strongly encouraged to participate in the large costs involved in supporting our Rav,  regular minyanim,  plus central Farbrengens for Yoma D’Pagra, a beautiful seforim library, mikveh and Beis Medrash.  

            With a heartfelt bracha for a K’siva V’Chasima Tovah,


Avraham Polinger

Shabbos Ki-Seitzei and week of Ki-Savo 5781 Schedules


Friday, May 14, 2021



Click HERE to donate!

Summer is fast approaching.  Thousands of Yiddishe boys & girls will be out of school & heading off to camps to have fun. 

Unfortunately, not all of these boys & girls' parents are able to afford the high cost of camp, and as a result, these beautiful Yiddishe Neshamas will end up either staying home in an unstructured environment the whole summer, or Rachmana Litzlan going to a goyishe camp instead.

At Keren Yeled V'Yalda, (part of the National Committee for the Furtherance Jewish Education) our goal is to make sure these children's parents receive the necessary funds to send them to structured Jewish camps, such as Gan Israel, Camp Emunah, Pardes Chana, Camp Chaya, Chayolei,  Yeshiva Kayitz Kingston, YSP, & many more. Our organization has been doing this for nearly 30 years, & we have dozens & dozens of Yiddishe boys & girls of various different levels of religous observance to amazing Jewish summer camps.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe spoke greatly about the importance of sending children to Jewish summer camps:

“During the summer months when children are not restricted to school discipline and are less inhibited by their secular studies, it is an excellent time to give them every opportunity to attend an overnight camp, or at least a day camp, which is administered by a staff who treasure the Torah-true way of life, and that together with their regular recreational activities time be set aside each day for Jewish educational study and instruction. This summer experience could imbue the young boy or girl with the necessary warmth and vitality of Yiddishkeit which would remain with them for the rest of the summer and the year to come."

These camps have amazing affect on the lives of these children, but also the lives of their families. Many boys have come back home & taught their fathers to put on Tefillin. Many girls have come home from camp & taught their mothers how to light Shabbos candles.  It's truly wonderful what a single summer can accomplish.

Unfortunately, the cost of sending these children to camp is very high. On average, it costs us $1,500 to cover a child for the summer, but can vary by case. If the family is $500 short, we'll cover it. And if a family is $2,000 short, we'll also cover it. No expense is spared when it comes to ensuring a Yiddishe child will not Chas V'Shalom fall through the cracks. 


Keren Yeled V'Yalda relies on your generous donations to send these children to camp. We have a "NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND" policy, (much better than the one President Bush had), and we make sure that every family that comes to us for help gets it. 

Over the past few years, the needs has been rising, and unfortunately the donations cannot cover them. But we are confident that with your help, & the help of Hashem, we will be able to make it this year.  As Dovid HaMelech said, "B'Elokai Adaleg Shur, - With my G-d I will jump over the wall."

Please help us jump over the wall & hit our funding goal. Your donations, no matter how small, will greatly impact our next generation!!



Rabbi Simcha Werner, Director

Shabbos Bamidbar and week of Naso 5781 schedule (Shavuos listed separately)


Friday, April 16, 2021

Passing of Mr. Herb (Hirsh Leib) Schulman a"h

 ברוך דיין האמת

Mr. Herb Schulman, father of former shul president Yisroel Schulman, passed away this morning.

 Levaya and Shiva Location and times:
Levaya will take place Sunday at 1:00 PM at Cedar Park/Beth E-l Cemetery:

735 Forest Avenue, Emerson (Paramus), New Jersey 07562. 
Cars are meeting to the right of the office building.

Shiva address: 83 Southgate Drive, Spring Valley New York 10977

Minyan times to be announced.

Besuros Tovos

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Mazel Tov Vidrins!

 Mazel Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Dovid Vidrin on the birth of a baby boy.

The שלום זכר will take place Friday night at 16 Wilsher Dr., Monsey.

Mazel Tov Goldfarbs!

Mazel Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Goldfarb on the engagement of their son Levi to Mushka Cyprys  of London, England. The L'Chaim: will take place Thursday night at Mitzvah Center - 328 Troy Ave., Brooklyn.

Schedule for שבת פ' תזו"מ and the week of Achrei-Kedoshim 5781