Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Rosh Chodesh Nissan A Shabbat

I was planning on posting the announcement of the Women's Rosh Chodesh Prayers at Shiloh Hakeduma, Tel Shiloh, but since it will be on a Shabbat we won't be able to have our usual celebration.

Rosh Chodesh Nissan will be on a Sunday  and Monday, but I haven't yet decided which day to make the Women's Prayers. I'll blog it when I do.

Rosh Chodesh Adar was lovely and cheerful.  It will be Purim in just over a week. I am not ready at all.  But it's Adar, and we must be happy!


Mr. Cohen said...

Since Shabbatis the theme of this blog article,
these short blog posts are relevant:

How Shabbat-desecration harms Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem:

Shabbat Praised by Famous Gentile Actress:

How Alan Dershowitz's Great-Grandfather Decided to Observe Shabbat:

Derech Eretz for the Shabbat-Table:

New York Times Editor Takes Sabbath Rest From Social Media:

Batya said...

The post is, davka, about Rosh Chodesh.

Mr. Cohen said...

Yet the word "Shabbat" is
mentioned in the title of the post.

Batya said...

Last word, what's the first? and this shows that you didn't read the post at all.