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MAY 14, 15 & 16One of
the holiest and most joyous days of the year, Shavuot celebrates the
giving of the Torah by God to the Jewish people. Along with Pesach and
Sukkot, it is one of the Three Festivals (Shalosh Regalim).
Tuesday, May 14th 8:00 pm-10:00 pm (7:30
pm Shavuot Yontif
Values and Identities: An Evening of Learning & Conversation about Same Sex Marriage Led By Rabbi Aaron Brusso
Wednesday, May 15th - 9:30 am - Festival Services
(6:30 pm - Yontif Minyan)
The climactic, joyous end to an amazing and intensive year of study.
This year’s class of eight women will lead much of the morning service. A
true community-wide celebration. Come share the naches and get
Wednesday, May 15th - 11:15 amSpecial
holiday program for families with young children, led by Rabbi Allison.
Includes: Story time, songs, crafts (including an edible craft!)
(our very own Nathan & Nili Ionascu’s son)For a Reading from His Critically-Acclaimed Book: That’s Not A FeelingRead the Book and come for the discussion
Monday-Thursday: 7:30 PM and Sundays: 9:00 AM