Shavuot commemorates the anniversary of the day God gave the Torah to the entire Israelite nation assembled at Mount Sinai.
For more info about the holiday and its customs click here.
We listen to the Ten Commandments at services during the day.
The customs are to stay up late to learn Torah and to eat dairy.
Come join us and have some fun. Pull an all-nighter and go crazy with the desserts. Need a refresher in the Ten Commandments? Hear it here. Got a question? We’ve got an answer.
Saturday, June 8th
Join us for a Shavuot Dairy Buffet Dinner, Ice Cream and Cheesecake (Vegan options too!): 8:00PM
An evening of late night conversations:
* Man's Search for Meaning *
* Business in the 21st Century *
* Female/Male Styles of Leadership *
Followed by a special Kumzits of song and stories in beloved memory of Sol Pavony Z"L
Light Candles after 10:07PM
Sponsored in loving memory of David ben Jacov Fashler
Sunday, June 9th
Come hear the Torah reading of the Ten Commandments the morning of the first day of the festival.
The Torah reading will be followed by a sumptuous dairy lunch & ice cream party!
Special program for Kids!
Service: 10:00 am
Kids Program: 11:00 am
Torah Reading: 11:00 am
Lunch and Ice Cream Party: Noon
Candle Lighting: After 10:08pm
Monday, June 10
Morning Service: 10:00am