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Friday Night Schedule
- 6:30 pm Mincha / Kabbalas Shabbos
- 8:30 am ... Torah Learning
- 9:00 am ... Shabbos Morning Service followed by Kiddush*
- 20 minutes before candle lighting ... Mincha / Shalosh Seudos / Maariv
- Check candle lighting times at hebcal.org (zip code 90035) or see box at right.
*Every Shabbos Mevorchim, we have a lunch kiddush with challah, chullent, and much much more.
- Karate Studio - Directions
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Weekly Learning Programs <top>
David Sacks - Parsha Insights
At Karate Academy, 9218 W. Pico Blvd LA 90035 • Shabbos at 8:30am
David Sacks - Spiritual Tools for an Outrageous World
At Mogen-David, 9717 W. Pico Blvd LA 90035 • Sunday at 9:30am
More information: http://torahonitunes.com
Rebbe Nachman’s Likutey Moharan
Private Residence, 1037 S. Sherbourne LA 90035 • Sunday at 7:45pm
- Ronnie Serr - Learning from the Besht, Tuesday 7:05-8:00pm at Chabad of SOLA
- Olivia Schwartz - Chassidus on the Parsha of the Week, for women, Wednesday 8:00pm, 1537 Edris St., LA 90035
New Eight Great Dates with your Jewish Heritage <top>
New Class ... see full flyer
Meets weekly beginning
Upstairs at the Happy Minyan / Karate Academy
9218 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, 90035
Enter through the back in the alley.
Come to any part or all of the evening! Bring your friends!
Led by Kenny (Yitzchak) Kaufman, Rabbi, Founder and Director of KULANU
Questions?? Email email@example.com or call (323) 284-6267.
Simcha Buddies - Child Program - <top>
Our fantastic childcare program is available upstairs every Shabbos morning, from 10:15am-12:15pm. Check out our new regular feature - parsha puppets! Click image below to see full flyer.
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Happy Minyan Davening Location
9218 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
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Interesting items <top>
- Thank you Rabbi Weinberg for your visit and for your Torah dedicated to the Happy Minyan
- Story about Shlomo Legacy Trust Trust in Jewish Week. "Thousands of hours of audiotapes yield mystical insights from the scholarly side of Reb Shlomo, as well as 300 lost songs. " Full Story: http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/new_york/carlebach_bootlegs
- The singing rabbi who changed the face of Jewish prayer. Full Story: http://www.timesofisrael.com/the-singing-rabbi-who-changed-the-face-of-jewish-prayer/
- Honoring Elisha Berns: Please read this story written by Bentzion
- Honoring Sharon Asher: click here
Micol's Gift- <top>
This past week, the world lost someone very special. Her name was Micol Cohen. She was thirty-four years old, and died suddenly in a car (ATV) accident in Los Angeles. Everybody loved Micol. She was full of life, happiness, and an unquenchable love for spiritual growth. No matter what the situation, Micol was optimistic and able to lift up everyone she came into contact with. What was her secret? As friends and family gathered in her apartment to sort out her belongings, they found a manifesto she'd handwritten called "G-d is Everywhere" that she placed on the wall next to her bed so that she could see it everyday. On it Micol condensed thousands of pages of Torah learning onto one sheet of paper. It has the feel of a Jewish Classic that will give all who read it daily inspiration. While Micol prepared it only for herself, her parents have given permission for it to be shared. It is a legacy. A gift of life from a person bursting with life. May it be an aliyahs neshama, an eternal uplift for the precious soul of our dear and greatly missed friend Micol bat Shlomo HaCohen, a"h.
Torah Commentary of Rabbi Carlebach, Part I <top>
- edited by Rabbi Shlomo Katz
- Published by Urim Publications and The Shlomo Carlebach Legacy Trust
- AVAILABLE NOW - CLICK HERE TO BUY $25
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Lisa is looking for 12 people to commit to 12 hours a year of volunteer work. Lisa does it all but now she really needs your help:
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So you don't have twitter. You don't want twitter. But you can still get text message updates on your phone! Just text "follow happyminyan" to 40404 from your mobile phone. All twitter updates will go right to your phone.
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About Us <top>
We are a traditional Jewish Minyan that follows the Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach style of welcoming every Jew with the warmth and beauty of Torah conveyed through powerful singing and dancing.
Many people say that we celebrate Simchas Torah every week. That's fine with us. We have a wonderful core of regulars and every week we have many new faces.
We have many special events, classes, concerts, and services for all of the holidays. We also have child care.
We look forward to seeing you.
The Happy Minyan
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Mail contributions to:
P.O. Box 16002
Beverly Hills, CA 90209
Hotline: (310) 285-7777
Tax ID: 95-466-8184
What is Shabbos to the Happy Minyan? <top>
“It’s a great mitzvah to always be happy”
—Rebbe Nachman s
The Soul of Shabbos
by Reb Shlomo Carlebach
Shabbos invites all those who need new energy, all those who have been broken by the world of the six days, who need the world of Shabbos to make their brokeness whole again.
Shabbos invites all those who have so far only felt the pain of life and are crying for the joy, the bliss, the unbelievable heavenliness of being alive in a world created by G-d.
Shabbos invites all those who are tired of walking slowly, who only cover a spiritual inch per lifetime on their journeys. Shabbos invites all those who have travelled through the valleys of sadness, of waiting and waiting all the time. Shabbos is to get to the top of the mountain in one second, and there discover even higher mountains that we may have
never ever seen before.
Will you accept the invitation of Shabbos?