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Shavuot Calendar
Friday, May 22nd
Light Candles -  7:30pm   
Mincha - 7:00pm

Shabbat, May 23rd       
Shacharit -  9:00am       
Mincha -  7:55pm    
Light Yom Tov Candles (from pre-existing flame) after 9:02pm

Sunday, May 24th  - First Day Shavuot
Shacharit -  9:00am       
Reading of Ten Commandments 10:30am
Grand Ice Cream Party following Services    
Mincha 7:55pm
Light Yom Tov Candles (from pre-existing flame) after 9:03pm

Monday, May 25th – Second Day Shavuot
Shacharit 9:00am   
Yizkor Service 11:00am
Grand Kiddush following Services   
Mincha 7:55pm
Yom Tov ends 9:04pm


Shavuot Ice Cream Party  and Dairy Lunch Buffet

Men, Women and Children! Be there when the Torah is given for the 3326th time. You don’t have to travel to the desert – it’s happening right here! Come hear the Torah reading of the Ten Commandments.

Followed by dairy lunch buffet: Delicious blintzes, cheesecake and more.

Date: Sunday May 24, 10:00am at Shul


The Role of the Children

Our sages said that before G-d gave us the Torah, He demanded guarantors. The Jews made a number of suggestions, all rejected by G-d, until they declared, “Our children will be our guarantors that the Jewish people will cherish and observe the Torah”; G-d
immediately accepted them and agreed to give the Torah. When the Torah is read in the synagogue on Shavout, G-d is actually giving the Torah anew. Therefore, every Jewish man, woman and especially children should make every effort to be present in a synagogue.
 

 


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