Dear Tiferet Family
First and foremost in this most unprecedented time we the Tiferet Eyal Committee wish the best of health to all our members, their families and our wider Tiferet Eyal Community. In these most difficult times, our work continues in maintaining the Shul, our dedicated team, and supporting those in need from the community.
With the Shul closed for the very first time since we opened we are now unable to collect and raise funds. Pesach is around the corner and the entire festival will be celebrated very differently, especially Seder night. The one constant is our need to receive your support to enable continuity under the current circumstances and importantly beyond when our lives return to some semblance of normality.
We would really appreciate your continued financial support, if you are still able to help, by donating what you can to the Shul. You can donate via:
1. Your Achisomoch, KKL or other Charity account
2. PayPal - PayPal.Me/TiferetEyal
3. Our Bank account:
Bank Code 50 30 05
Acc No. 2403 5092
4.The red DONATE NOW feature on our website www.tifereteyal.com
The Rabbi will continue with any specific Hashkavot and MisheBaruch if you wish to donate for someone or something specifically.
Many of you have participated in our half hour daily Shiurim on Zoom. These have proven to be a phenomenal success and great way of staying in touch, seeing each other and learning and discussing interesting and relevant topics. Over seventy families attended daily during the course of this week.
Following the success of the Shiurim Rabbi Kada has added a daily reading of a portion of the weekly Parasha, completing the entire Parasha during the course of the week. These bite size recordings are again proving very popular with our Tiferet Eyal Kehila and are being shared further in the wider community.
And this week we started publishing with the Shabbat timings the English translation of Rabbi Eyal Raymond’s weekly commentary on the Sedra which can be printed out before, and enjoyed during, Shabbat. Our kehila is named after this young Rabbi, brother of our Hazan, who died so tragically at the age of only 29.
Finally our Hazan David Raymond has shared some beautiful Piyutim for Pesach as well as leading Kabbalat Shabbat. Please join us and listen to these superb renditions of the original tunes as sung by our community.
If you would like to be added to our media platforms for all these wonderful events, please send your name, email and mobile phone details to email@example.com
Wishing you Tizku LeShanim Rabot, a happy Pesach and please remember we need your donations 🤗