Sat, July 11, 2020
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10:00am [10:00am] Abbreviated Shabbat Service @ 10AM 7.11.2020

Shacharit Live-Streamed from SC Sanctuary!
(It is NOT Independence Day and This is my Correction space, please don't read any further:) it's the same...


Shabbat Candle Lighting on Friday 7.10.2020 is @ 8:42 PM Minneapolis Time

Thank You to Bruce Colton; throughout COVID-19 physical-distancing, Bruce has acted as our "Ground Control" in making these Live-Streams possible. Yishar Ko'ach Bruce!"

Main Ideas in Parashat Korach: ( Numbers 25:10-30:1) 
Pinchas is a sort of "dark hero", he's Aaron's Grandson (The High Priest), Moses is his Great-Uncle (he's got great connections), not a bad pedigree: BUT!, Korach takes justice into his own hands (I call him the the Batman of the Jews). The Daughters of Tze'loff'chad (Mahlah, Noa, Hoglah, Milcah, & Tirza) petition for and are given their father’s inheritance, they're Super-Heroes too! 
Moses chooses Joshua as his successor.

Shabbat Shalom Dear Friends,
I'd like to encourage you during this transitioning-time of COVID-19; yet, (still) physical-distancing in earnest, to join via our shorter Live-Streamed Shabbat "Service" on Saturday, July 11th, 2020 at 10AM
 Minneapolis (CST) time

Abbreviated Shabbat Shacharit Service & Dvar-Torah 
@ 10AM July 11th, 2020
Live-Streamed from the SC Sanctuary

Here is the Link to participate, it will take you directly to the Video-Feed of the Live-Stream (it will go Live at 9:55AM): 


Here is a Direct Link to the Prayer Book:


After the Shabbat service is completed, the video will automatically be available immediately after the live-event to anyone wishing to see it afterwards by clicking on this link:


During this abbreviated service, there will be the rabbi's message (Dvar Torah), Individual names of those with Yahrzeit, Shloshim, and in the midst of Shiva will be read aloud, and Mourners will have the opportunity to say Mourner's Kaddish. There will also be for a Prayer of Healing. Please note that this is NOT our regular Shabbat-morning service(s), and, as abbreviated, will last approximately 55-70 minutes. Please participate by praying from any Siddur which you find most comfortable.

(It is very kind of the publisher of this Siddur to allow our Shul and others the downloading of select and limited services during this unprecedented time (Mar-July), please respect their Copyright restrictions.)