How do I use the Eruv?
The Adams Street Shul

Congregation Agudas Achim Anshei Sfard

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Jesse and Rabbi HeinemannRabbi Moshe Heinemann, our certifying authority, inspecting part of the boundary with Dr. Jesse Hefter, Director of The Greater Boston Eruv. annual meal: Rabbi Naftali Horowitz and Aryeh ChesesNaftali Horowitz (Rav Hamachshir) and Aryeh Cheses (President of the Adams Street Shul) making Eruv Chatzeirot for The Nonantum Eruv. On Friday afternoon, check our website or call the Eruv Hot-Line at 781-446-9797 to find out if the Eruv is "up" (valid) or "down" (not valid).  The eruv may be relied upon only if you determine that its status is "up."

The Nonantum Eruv was constructed and is managed under the auspices of Rabbi Moshe Heinemann of Star-K in Baltimore. 

Its operation is supervised by Rabbi Naftali Horowitz (The Bostoner Rebbe) as Rabbi Heinemann's local agent. 

Rabbi Joseph Polak, who served as the Consulting Rabbi of The Adams Street Shul at the time we constructed The Nonantum Eruv and placed it into service, provided the following instructions:

polakRabbiJoseph 02The eruv may be relied upon only if you determine that its status is "up." Even though it is almost always up, the default presumption each Shabbat is that the eruv is "down." Until one makes specific inquiry, one must regard the eruv as invalid.

An eruv only eliminates the rabbinic extensions to the Torah prohibition of "bringing". It does not override the laws of muktzeh. (In other words, anything that one can't touch on the Sabbath isn't made touchable by an eruv.) Carrying an umbrella is still prohibited. Carrying items that are intended to be used only after the Sabbath ends (such as car keys) is still prohibited, even within an eruv.

Please support the maintenance of the eruv by making a contribution to The Eruv Fund whenever you can.

Eruv Status

For eruv status,
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on Friday afternoon.

To check the status of the eruv without visiting the Internet, call 781-446-9797 for a recorded message. 

You can make a donation right now, using a credit card, electronic check, or the balance in your PayPal account.

The Adams Street Shul
168 Adams Street
P.O. Box 600371
Newton, MA 02460