Posted by: chnightlife | August 11, 2009

At Nightlife, Tisha B’Av takes on new meaning…

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8:10pm
Fast Begins

9pm
Eicha By Candlelight

Copies of Eicha will be provided

9:30 – 10:15pm
Tisha B’Av address and open discussion: Lost Soul In The Churban with Rabbi Aron Moss

Sydney-born and bred, educated in Israel and USA, in touch with the young Jewish crowd, Rabbi Moss is a prolific writer on a broad range of topics including Kabbalah and relationships.  A relationships advisor and spiritual guide, he has the gift of clear explanation in speech and print, and is a profound thinker and inspiring leader. If you haven’t yet heard Rabbi Moss, you have much to look forward to!

10:15pm
Film Viewing
– SUGIHARA

This documentary tells the story of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, consul to Lithuania during World War II. Sugihara defied Tokyo authorities and wrote transit visas that allowed hundreds of Jewish families to flee Europe through Russia to Japan and other countries. Includes home movies, photographs, film footage, and interviews with Holocaust survivors who owe their lives to Chiune Sugihara.

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  1. here are some names to daven for tomorrow at the ohel:
    nechomo dina bas chana sara bas esther rivkah bas esther nechomo dina bas esther chana bas rochel faiga zev shenuer zalman ben iliana alexander ben mirriam rivkah bas sara shoshana bas dina boruch ben dina tzemach mendel euven ben simcha shira meira bas itta arona maya bas dodo manes nechomo bas malka rivkah bas chemda yitzchok ben chemda yaakov yisroel ben chemda


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