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Shabbat, June 4- Erev Shavu'ot

9:30 am Shacharit
8:00 pm Mincha
8:30pm 1st session-Seudah Shelisheet
with Cantor Adam Stotland
"Who's More Important, You or Me?"
9:20 pm Ma'ariv Yom Tov
9:36 pm Candle Lighting
9:45 pm 2nd learning session
with Reverend Asher Tannenbaum
"The Scandalous Backstory of Ruth & Boaz"
Followed by refreshments including cheesecake, blintzes and ice cream


Shavuot combines two major religious observances. First is the grain harvest of the early summer. Second is the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai seven weeks after the exodus from Egypt. The first determines the ritual for the holiday, which was one of the three pilgrimage festivals of ancient Israel, when Israelite males were commanded to appear before God in Jerusalem, bringing offerings of the first fruits of their harvest. The second determines the significance of the holiday for Judaism, tying it in with the seminal event of Jewish religious memory, namely the entering into a covenant between God and Israel, exemplified by Israel’s assumption of Divine law.


Learning Resources from the Rabbinical Assembly can be found HERE


A Tasty Treat for the Holiday



Thu, 2 February 2023 11 Shevat 5783