Times:

Fast begins – 7.36.

Shabbat out – 8.11.

Chatzot Hayom – 12:44pm

Mincha Ketanah – 7:10pm

Ma’ariv – 7:50
Fast ends at 8:00pm

Note – In most shuls, maariv tomorrow night is at around 8.45 followed by kinot.

Yemin Moshe – I assume reading on Tisha Bav night will be around 9pm, but check for yourselves.

From Grief to Geula

Tisha B’Av Morning @ OU Israel Center,
22 Keren HaYesod Street, Yerushalayim

Shacharit begins @ 8:30 AM, to be followed by Special Kinot Program with HaRav Azarya Berzon

Mincha to follow Kinot @ 1:20 pm

Rabbi Berzon’s presentation is also available as part of the Orthodox Union Tisha B’Av Webcast featuring Rav Berzon’s inspirational insights as well as moving presentations by
Rabbi Moshe Hauer, Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb,
and Rabbi Steven Weil

6:00pm- Stop the Fire with Dr. David Luchins
to be followed by Maariv

Bet Avi ChaiCLICK on here for details of programs.

ELC – Tisha Bav:

Sunday | י’ באב | August 7

10:00-13:00 . Matan Jerusalem – Rashbag 30, Jerusalem

Eretz Chemdah:

Maariv followed by Eicha at 8:45pm.

Sunday:
Shacharit – 8:30am 

Kinnot:
Rabbi Sinclair will present a historical, literary and theological Introduction to R. Elazar Hakalir’s kinnot (a source sheet is attached) which will be followed by an in-depth illustrative analysis of one of his kinnot (please bring kinnot). We will continue with the communal recitation of  5 classical kinnot, a kinnah for the Shoah, Eli Zion, Shomron Titen Kol and the conclusion of Shacharit. If enough people are interested in another Kinnah study, Rabbi Sinclair will be happy to lead it. 

Shir Chadash on Emek:

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