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Shabbos Eikev



18 Av - 24 Av 5780

August 8, 2020 - August 14, 2020 



Keep asking yourself, “what good deeds can I do now?”


     The Chofetz Chayim taught that a person should view himself as someone employed by another person for a particular period of time. Upon completion of said task, he/she may approach the employer inquiring, "What should I do next?" It is this spiritual ethicality that should be our predilection as we navigate our relationship to the Almighty. When you finish one mitzvah you should immediately look for opportunities to do another mitzvah.

     This attitude can be seen in this verse. "And now Israel," at every present moment, ask yourself the question, "What can I do now? What does the Almighty ask of me at the present time?"

     There is a great difference between enjoying what you do and not enjoying what you do. When you are involved in some job or series of tasks that you are only doing because you are required but really dislike, as soon as you complete one task you are not very anxious to start something new. You will probably procrastinate. When, however, you are involved in work that you feel great pleasure in doing, you do not consider what you are doing as obligatory but as joyous gratification. You would prefer being active in those matters rather than resting or doing anything else. When a person develops a deep sense of joy for doing mitzvot, the individual feels great pleasure and satisfaction when engaged in a mitzvah. When he/she, for example, finishes one good deed, then he/she will immediately want to start doing another. Therefore to develop the attitude expressed by the Chofetz Chayim we need to appreciate the great value and beauty in doing good deeds. Once you feel a love for mitzvot, you will eagerly ask, "What good deeds can I do now?"

     These are opportune times to take upon our self to do an extra mitzvah on behalf of our brothers and sisters in Erez Yisroel. Take a mitzvah that you feel you can succeed and make it your own. Study the parameters of that mitzvah and fulfill it appropriately. This will stand as a merit in heaven for our extended family in Erez Yisroel and bring eternal peace in the holy land.

Have a wonderful Shabbos From the Perelson Mishpacha







The book of remembrance is going to press! Please submit the names of your dearly departed family members so they may be included. Please call the office.



With the approaching New Year, Erev Rosh HaShana will occur on Friday, September 18th.

             NOW is the time to send in your dues for the coming year. SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEW MEMBERS!










Refuah Sheleima:

Shlomo Ben Naiomi Leib ben Toiba Magdolena Szigeti, Michael Weisblatt, Meir Kadosh, Zita Yakubovich, Samuel Richmond, Bella Nortman, Sharolta Gollender, Melissa Nosomowitz, Eugene Galpert, Judith Jackier, Lisa Weiselberg, Ann Bieber, Louis Gross, Lawrence & Carol Kaufman, Louis Kirsch, Florence Birnbaum, Binyamin Joyce, Marlene Nussbaum, Sol Glickstein, Zelig & Miriam Kindler, Breindy Teitelbaum, Avraham Daniel ben Devorah Tova, PP Charles R. Harary, Rose Bronheim, Tzilia Adamsky, Alex ben Leah, Helene Galletta, Gitel bat Sarah, Esther bat Janja, Anne Chesler, Nissim ben Tamar, Irina bat Bayla, Erica bat Tila Elka, Tzipora bat Rajzi, Malka Shoshana bat Batya Nechama, Rochale Batya bat Chana Masha, Ronie ben Tzipora, Rivfka Deborah bat Gitel, Adam Meister, Pesach ben Bayla, Sima Rochel bat Yehudit, Benjamina Bat Necha, Efrat bas Shoshana, Shmuel Meltser ben Raizel,  Irving and Miriam Borenstein, Menachem Mendel ben Rivkawolf, Shaya Eisen, Rachel Dvorah bat Tova, Miryam bat Shoshana, Elchanan Shlomo ben Golda, Eugeny Roth, Harvey Hecker.






Nedivei Yom:

Mr. Edward Haag in memory of Edward’s beloved mother, Sylvia Haag A”H, Mr. Daniel Avrutin in memory of Daniel’s beloved great grandfather, Yidel Kremenchutsky A”H, Mrs. Luba Avrutin in memory of Luba’s beloved grandfather, Yidel Kremenchutsky A”H, Mr. Vyacheslav Lin in memory of Vyacheslav’s beloved father, Demitri Lin A”H.





Thank You To Sol & Candace Velelis For Donating Masks To Our Shul And Helping Keep Our Members Safe!


Thank You To Walter Friedman And Danny Peled For The Beautiful Partition Glass By The Bima.  We Can Now Finally Resume Getting Our Aliyahs!

Thank You For The Beautiful Glass On Top Of The Bima!



A Very Special Thank You To Dr. Mark Vaynkhadler For The Donation Of The Temperature Scanner To Our Flatbush Park Jewish Center.

 This Will Help Ensure That All Those That Are In The Shul Are In Good Health!


Thank You To Past President Larry Birnbaum and Sisterhood President Ronnie Birnbaum For The Donation Of Masks And Purell Dispensers Located At The Front Of Our Shul.  Thank You For Keeping Our Shul Germ Free!






















  • Every morning, 8am, after Shachrit - Halacha Yomit w/R. Perelson
  • Every evening between Mincha & Mariv -  w/R. Perelson
  • Thursday evenings 8:30-9:30pm - Talmud Class w/R. Perelson
  • Monday through Friday, 9-10am - Shiur w/R. Perelson, including full breakfast of bagels & lox, cereal, coffee.
  • Monday night 8-9:15pm - Partners in Torah for Men & Women
  • Tuesday 10-11:15am - Womens Shiur w/R. Judith Zwick
  • Shabbos schedule includes "On The  Main Drasha @ 10:45, Men & Women's Talmud study @ 3;45 and a D'var Torah at Seudah Shlishit

Bikur Cholim: Looking for volunteers to  visit people who are homebound, and drive those who would like to come to morning and evening Minyan.

Please contact Helen Birnbaum @ 718.253.2690.
Your Chesed will benefit you for eternity. 
If you know of anyone in need of Bikur Cholim help, please notify the FPJC office at 718-444-6868.

Anyone who would like to HOST a Torah event in memory of a Parent, please contact Rabbi Yisroel Perelson at 718.444.6868 or Email -

 THE  LEVAYAH  PROGRAM, sponsored by the Orthodox Union (OU), is designed to be of major financial assistance to Jewish families in the event of family loss and the funeral arrangements with our local chapels. All individual family members of the OU are entitled to significant cost savings at those difficult times. You must, however, be an OU member, cost $54 per year. Now is the time to make that call, before the need, Rachmana Litzlan, arises. Call 212.563.4000. May all your calls be for Simchos.

We Will Have A Yizkor Sevice Before Shavuot at 5:00PM on Thursday May 28th on FaceBook.  If You Wish To Add A Name Of A Loved One To The Yizkor List Please Text Rabbi Pereslon the name of your loved one on Tueday 9175359311

Mon, August 10 2020 20 Av 5780