Sha'arei Orah Announcements

Parashat Lech Lecha - 10 Cheshvan 5782 - Oct 15-16, 2021

Shabbat Schedule

Candle Lighting - 6:03 pm

Shacharit - 9:00 am (at the Levering Mill Library, 327 Levering Mill Road)

Latest Shema (Magen Avraham) - 9:19 am

Latest Shema (Gra & Baal HaTanya) - 9:59 am

Shabbat Ends - 7:03 pm

This week's kiddush will take place at the Schwell/Katz backyard.

Shabbat Shalom!

In the News...

Chanukah Toy Drive: Support JAFCO/FamilyMatters by donating new children's gifts ( Drop-off at the Feldblum driveway from Oct 14 - Nov 7. For more details, reach out to Carolynn Feldblum (

Apple Picking: Meet us at Linvilla Orchards for apple picking on October 31 at 1:00 pm! Regular rates apply. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Carolynn Feldblum (


If you have not already done so, please renew your membership for the coming year. Those who wish to join as members for the first time can also do so from the same page on our website (payment plans are available). Our growing community depends on support from its members to ensure the continuation and expansion of the services that we currently enjoy. Thank you!

Leining and Divrei Torah

The next available date for leining is 12/18/2021 (Vayechi) - Google Sheet

For questions about Leining, please contact Matt Hamermesh.

The next available date to give the D'var Torah is 10/30/2021 (Chayei Sara)- Google Sheet

For questions about Divrei Torah, please contact Shmuel Honig (

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Kiddush and Sponsorships

Basic - $60

Enhanced - $100

Simcha - TBD

If you are interested in sponsoring Kiddush, please contact Alisa Dayanim (

If you are interested in sponsoring other items or events, please contact

Approved list of Kosher Agencies

Misheberach List

If you would like the gabbai to quietly recite the name of a loved one who is ill during the misheberach l'cholim, please fill out this short form. If you have any questions, please contact (

Discretionary Fund

We are pleased to let you know that Sha'arei Orah, as a result of the efforts of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, now has a modest emergency fund to help relieve financial distress caused by COVID-19. The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia is leading many Emergency Response efforts for our community. They generously created a grant to our shul's Discretionary Fund to support those of us in need. Additional information about the Fund can be found here.

These funds are intended to help those in need of food, medical assistance, rent/mortgage payments and/or medical expenses. If you are in need of assistance, or have any questions, please reach out to Daniel Rabin and we will work to help as much as we are able. Your conversations will remain in the strictest of confidence.

May we all have a year of health, happiness, and prosperity.