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K’hal Adas Yeshurun—Jerusalem, founded in 2000 by Machon Moreshes Ashkenaz, is a thriving kehilla involved in the preservation of Minhag Ashkenaz. Led by Moreh Moreinu HaRav Yehuda Gans שליט"א, who was appointed in the fall of 2007, KAYJ is the spiritual center of our members who are united to preserve the treasures of our living mesorah. KAYJ is also active on the international scene through our Ashkenaz Forum and Nusach Project which have inspired numerous Jews worldwide to interconnect on their rich German-Jewish heritage.

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Newsletter #38 Print E-mail
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 11:00

1) We started to build!

ברוך שהחיינו וקיימנו והגיענו לזמן הזה!

We are so happy to inform our friends and supporters, that at long last, after so many delays, we started (today) to build our new building!

The work on the first stage should take approx. a month and a half (the time of the vacation in the Kindergartens located besides and beneath the shul), and when the school year starts we will pause with the building, and raise the funds for the next stages. See this page for pictures.

Now is the time to thank all of our donors for their support, which helped us get to this happy day. All donations to KAYJ are tax deductible in the USA and in Israel, and can be done via the site (http://www.kayj.net/contributions) or by check.

We request all of our friends and supporters to heed the call and help uplift this house of Hashem! (Dedication opportunities are available in our site).


2) Mazal Tov:

Mazal Tov to Moreinu Harav and Rebetzin Gans on the engagement of their daughter.

Mazal Tov to R' and Mrs. Eliyahu Lewin on the engagement of their daughter.

Mazal Tov to R' and Mrs. Meir Erlanger on the wedding of their daughter.

Mazal Tov to R' and Mrs. Michael Friedman on the birth of their daughter.

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 July 2014 22:38
 
Newsletter #36 Print E-mail
Saturday, 21 December 2013 00:00

1) Building permit

With gratitude to Hashem, we are happy to announce that after many years of anticipation (and bureaucracy) we received the final building permit, (which is valid for a year), and we are looking forward to start with the building. We would like to thank R' Yeshayahu Schneller for all the many hours of work he invested in arranging the permit, and in the building project in general.

Whoever would like to participate in this big Mitzvoh, please contact us via email or through our site (kayj.net). All donations are tax deductible in Israel and in the USA.

 

2) Mazal Tov

Mazal Tov ro R' and Mrs. Sha'ul Lupolianski on the birth of their son.

Mazal Tov to R' and Mrs. Yishai Lesser on the bringing of a wimpel to shul.

 

3) Condolences

ברכת המקום ינחם אתכם to R' Meir Elrlanger on the Petiroh of his father.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014 21:18
 
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Welcome to our new web site.

We expect additional sections of the site to be added periodically.  Please visit again soon.

Nusach Project Last Update: 9 Iyar 5774

Sections Added or Completed:

20 Tamuz 5774: Building
25 Cheshvan 5774: Shiurim

 
Newsletter #37 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 18:48

1) Final Plans, and Starting to Build:

As mentioned in the previous newsletter, we finally got the building permit.  Until very recently, the contract with the Municipality encouraged us to construct the structure of the building in one stage, by means of a significant penalty if the building is constructed in multiple stages.  However, in the last meeting we had with the Municipality, an option to build in multiple stages without a significant penalty was arranged.  Immediately afterwards, the building committee met with all the relevant specialists in order to finalize the building plans.  It was decided that the actual building will start July 1, in 2 1/2 months, and all preparations will be finished by then.  The specialists assured us that the proposed schedule is reasonable, so we should be able to start by the aforementioned date, IYH.

The entire building will be almost 1200 square meters, and the total cost of the building is approximately two million dollars.  When it is finished, it will be a beautiful and impressive edifice, seen from much of the city of Jerusalem.

We have several dedication opportunities available (Le'ilui Nishmas, etc.) as listed in http://www.kayj.net/contributions. The overall building is still available for dedication, and the donor who contributes the amount requested will have the opportunity to name this beautiful building after whomever he would like to commemorate.  We would be happy to send pictures as the building progresses.

We request all of our friends and supporters to heed the call and help uplift this house of Hashem.


2) Pesach at KAYJ:

We will be very happy to welcome visitors to Jerusalem on Pesach – please join us for Davening on יום טוב or חול המועד.

Shacharis on חול המועד is at 7:45 am.
Mincho is at 6:50 pm, followed by a shiur, and Ma'ariv.

The location is 73 Nof Ramot (Wallenstein).  Please call 052-761-1890 for directions, or click here.
For a detailed timetable, please click on the following link:
http://www.kayj.net/mm/misc/schedule.pdf

Baut Gut!


3) Mazal Tov:

Mazal Tov to Rav Binyomin Shlomo Hamburger on his 60th birthday!

Mazal Tov to R' and Mrs. Michael Kernberg on the birth of 2 granddaughters and a grandson.

Mazal Tov to R' and Mrs. Moshe Yehudah Rosenwasser on the Bar mitzvoh of his grandson.

Mazal Tov to Moreinu R' and Mrs. Don Ison on the birth of a granddaughter.

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 July 2014 22:24
 
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Tuesday, 10 December 2013 00:00

We would like to thank an anonymous donor who recently made a significant contribution as a partial sponsorship of this web site!

Last Updated on Monday, 30 December 2013 23:29
 
 

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E-mail: info@kayj.net
Phone: +972-2-571-5824

Shul location:
73 Nof Ramot
Jerusalem
Israel

Mailing address:
P.O.B. 23288
Jerusalem 91231
Israel

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