Shavuot 2017


May 30- June 1, SHAVUOT: Shavuot is the "Birthday" of the Torah! It commemorates the night, 50 days after Passover, when the Ten Commandments were revealed by our ancestors, and then communicated to the world. We'll usher Shavuot in on Tuesday night, May 30th at 7:30 pm, with a brief service, followed by a special holiday study session. And as is customary, cheese blintzes will follow!

Shavuot services continue on Wednesday morning, May 31st at 9:30 am, when we'll read the Ten Commandments from the Torah scroll, as we re-live the moment our mothers and fathers met G-d.

On Wednesday night, May 31st , at 7:00pm, we'll honor our High School graduates. Ice cream cake and blintzes to follow!

And we'll gather once again on Thursday morning, June 1st at 9:30 am for the concluding day of the holiday (Yizkor, a brief holiday Memorial Service will take place at aprox. 11am) ...And once again, you guessed it, Blintzes to follow!

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