Young Israel of North Bellmore

Announcements

 

 

  • The Eruv has been checked and is up for Shabbos Parshas Vayechi (1/13/2017)

  • Please continue to daven for a refuah shlaima for Rabbi Gorelik - Moshe Shimon ben Shifra - and Rabbi Kelemer - Yehuda ben Rivka Leah.

  • We regret to inform you of the passing of our former member Harvey Guzik, beloved husband of Rae Guzik. Rae will be sitting Shiva at her daughter, Adrian's, home through Sunday evening at:     51 Winding Wood Road, Rye Brook, NY 10573. Phone Number: 914-939-3521. Rae will continue Shiva at her son, Rabbi Michael Guzik's home, through Wednesday morning at: 1047 East 16th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11230. Phone Number: 718-258-7179. May the family be comforted among the mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim.

  • An article about our shul appears in the Queens Jewish Link recently.
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  • If you have names of ailing people you regularly include in the mi shebeirach list, please send them to the rabbi in advance so he can add them to the shul list.  chaimbogo1@gmail.com
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  • Shoshana Orenstein will be running in a marathon this March to benefit the Shalva organization. Check out the web page describing the cause. http://www.run4shalva.org/my/give16

Mazel Tov!

 

  • Double mazal tov to Arlene and Stu (former YINB president) Gherman and Chaya and Denny Simon (former members)  on the marriage of their mutual granddaughter and the birth of a mutual great granddaughter to their children Eliyahu and Shuly Gherman.May these former YINB members continue to have nachat from their children and grandchildren.
  • Mazal tov to Rabbi and Sarah Gorelik on the birth of a great granddaughter.  Shalhevet Leah was born in Jerusalem to Yechezkel and Sacha Gorelik, son and daughter in law of Rabbi David and Jackie Gorelik.Mazal tov to her two big brothers and the whole extended mishpacha.  May the family have much nachas from all the grand and great grandchildren.

  • Mazal tov to Sam Avrami Leonard on becoming a Bar Mitzvah this upcoming Shabbat, December 10th.  Mazal Tov to his mom Melissa and sister Laci.  May the family share in many more simchas.  
    Sam appreciates all the support he got from the shul members in helping to make his mitzvah project a success!  He collected over 70 toys, books and games for ill children who are hospitalized in Cohen Children's Hospital.  

  • Mazal tov to Adi & Tuvia Eiger on the bris of their grandson, Yaakov Eitan, born to Merav and Ari Samuel.  The baby is named Yaakov from the parsha.  Yaakov was Rivka's son and Ari's mother’s name was Rivka.  Eitan means strong and, b'ezrat Hashem, he will be strong in the Derech of the Torah and Ma’asim.tovim.  We wish the Eigers much nachat from Yaakov Eitan and all their children and grandchildren.  Mazal tov to the entire mishpacha.

  • Mazal tov to Judy and Steve Kaplan on the birth of a grandson - Yosef Shalom.  Mazel tov to the parents Marilyn and David Cutler and Amy & Isaac and Cindy & Ari and their families.  May this little one bring lots of nachas and joy to his family for many healthy and happy years to come

  • Mazel Tov to Sybelle & Harold Trigoboff on the birth of their great grandson,  Menachem Mendel. Mazel Tov to   the parents Rabbi Shlomo and Shifra Sharfstein who are Shluchim on Campus at the University of Georgia  and Georgia Tech Atlanta, Georgia. Much nachas to the entire family. 

  • Mazel Tov to Phyllis & David Wayne and Judy & Stu Zeitlin, on the birth of their granddaughter, Hannah Elizabeth (Channah Elisheva). Proud d happy parents are Gayle & Saul Zeitlin and big brothers Jeremy & Nathan.

  • Mazel Tov to Judy Kamber on the upcoming Bar Mitzvah of her grandson Baruch Zelig (Chase) Morgenstern on Hoshana Rabba! The Bar Mitzvah will be celebrated in Israel and we wish Judy tzeischem L'shalom! Mazel tov to the parents, Faygie and Shlomo Morgenstern, siblings, Xander, Cordelia and Gavin, and great grandmother, Perrie Nordlicht!

  • Mazal Tov to Dr. Michael and Andrea Lieberman on the Bat Mitzvah celebration on Sunday of their granddaughter, Yaira Goldress.  Mazal Tov to her parents, Shira and Gadi Goldress, her brothers Aryeh and Eitan, to her great-grandmother, Esther Kaplan, and to the entire Lieberman and Goldress families.  

  • Mazal tov to our former Baal Koreh, Meir Sears, and his wife Naomi on their marriage this past week.  

  • A mazal tov to Cheryl and Avi Dubin on the birth today of a baby boy! Mazal tov to big siblings, Shalva and Eli, to the parents, grandparents and the whole mishpacha. May the Dubins see lots of nachas from all their children!

  • Mazal tov to Adi & Tuvia Eiger on the birth of a granddaughter, born to their children Inbal and Dr. Ari Elman late Thursday night.  Mazal tov to big brothers Yehuda, Akiva and Daniel, big sister Liora and the entire mishpacha.  May this new addition be a source of joy and nachas to the entire mishpacha.

  • Mazal tov to Judy and Michael Turk on the birth of their newest granddaughter, born this morning to their children Jacqueline and David Turk.  Mazal tov to big brother, Dov, and big sister, Elana, and the whole mishpacha especially great grandmother, Mrs Jean Turk. May the family have much nachas!

  • Mazal tov to Elly and Shelly Wortzman on the occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary!

  • Mazal tov and much nachas to Sybelle and Harold Trigoboff on the birth of their great grandson, Gilad, born to their grandchildren Sigal and Moshe in Israel. 

  • Mazal tov to the Boriskin family on the birth of a son to Lea and Jeff Boriskin.  The baby was born Monday morning and all is well, Baruch Hashem. We wish a hearty mazal tov to the new parents, to grandparents Bob and Esther, to Suri and Howard, to big siblings Ezra and Talia and the whole mishpacha.  May this little one bring lots of nachas and joy to his family for many healthy and happy years to come and may his family be zoche to bring him to the bris of Avraham Avinu in its proper time. Mazal Tov!!

  • Mazal tov to Rozanne Polansky on the brit of Eliyahu Polansky, son of Ricki and Motty Polansky.  May the family have continued nachat from Eliyahu and all his siblings and cousins.

  • Mazel Tov to Genie Storch on the naming of her new granddaughter, born to her children Joseph and Naomi Storch.  The baby's name is Rochel Mindel,  Rose Mira.  Mazel tov to big brother Ethan and the entire Storch and Krakower families. 

  • Mazal tov to Judy and Michael Sigal on the bris this morning of their first grandchild - a boy, born to their children Shoshana and Baruch Yehuda Sabel.  The baby was named Yosef after his father's grandfather. Mazal tov to the Sabel family, to the new aunts Malka and Esther, to the great grandparents and the whole mishpacha! May they be zoche to have lots of nachas from Yosef!!

  • Mazal tov to Francine Stampnitzky on the birth of a baby girl to her children Julie and Yehoshua Kahan in Israel. The baby's name is Esther Yetta after Francine's mother. Mazal tov to the happy siblings Yitzchak, Tzippy, Moshe Kalman and Michal Yehudah. May this new baby and her siblings continue to give nachas to her family!

Shiurim/Classes

Upcoming Classes:

  • Rabbi Bogopulsky will be giving a Gemara Shiur on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Mornings a half hour before Shachris. 
     
  • Rabbi Bogopulsky will be giving gemara classes on Monday and Wednesday evenings at 7:30 followed by maariv at 8:00.

 


In 1966, several local families joined together to fulfill their dream of having an Orthodox Shul in North Bellmore. With high hopes for the future, they formed the Young Israel of North Bellmore with Dr. Harold Nierenberg Z”L as president, and they dedicated our current building within a year.

Here we are 50 years later and the Young Israel of North Bellmore is still active and strong and proud. We are very happy to have recently welcomed our new esteemed leader, Rabbi Chaim Bogopulsky, his lovely wife Batya, and their three daughters. He is only our third Rabbi in 50 years. Our amazing alumni and children represent us and excel as accomplished professionals in their fields and strong leaders in their congregations all over the world. We are so proud of their successes