Shavuot arrives this evening.
Maariv is at 6:30, followed by the dinner for those who have already booked.
Open to all, no need to book, no charge, our Tikkun leyl starts at 8:15pm and we will be learning through the night.
8:15pm-9:30pm Rabbi Jeremy "Reset, Recharge"
9:30pm-10:45pm Angela Gluck "Makorot for Sh’mittah" (‘Makorot’ are sources or resources.)
10:45pm-11:15pm Lester Kershenbaum "Counting in the Jewish Tradition"
11:15pm-11:30pm Cantor Jason Green "Share a Prayer: Y'tziv Pitgam"
11:30pm-12:30am Student rabbi Natasha Mann "I Will Give Grass in Your Fields: Who Owns the Land?"
12:30am-1:30am Elias Kupferman "Lord Rothschild and the Sh’mittah Dilemma of 1888"
1:30am - 1:45am Cheesecake Break
1:45am-2:15am Cantor Jason Green
2:15am-2:30am Ice Cream Break
2:30am-3:00am Joanne Kosmin "The Torah as a Garden"
3:15am-4:30am Rabbi Jeremy - Guided Chavruta sessions, etc.
4:30am Hashkama minyan led by Rabbi Jeremy, Alex Games
You can stay for as long or as short as you like. Bonus points for those who help us make Minyan.
Yom Tov Services in the Sanctuary will be at the normal times throughout the Festival (9:15am Wednesday and Thursday and 6:30pm Wednesday).
All support ensuring strong Minyanim for our services is warmly appreciated.
Yizkor will be recited during on Thursday morning.
See you at Sinai,