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Shavuot commemorates the giving of the Torah, the content and meaning of Judaism for each of us and our world. It also marks the brighter and pleasant days of spring turning into summer, of a world turning fresh and green with life and beauty.

Tikkun Leil Shavuot – Shavuot Evening of Study and Celebration
Thursday, May 28
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We conclude our year of learning at BEIT and begin Shavuot with an exploration of Torah for Today. Participate with us in discussing the “written and oral Torah” as we discover relevant teachings from the past and create new interpretations of Jewish tradition for our lives today.
5:30 pm |  VTS Siyyum – We conclude our school year of Torah learning.
6:00 pm | Shavuot Holiday Dinner
6:30 pm | Torah for Today Study Sessions I
7:30 pm | Ceremony of Receiving the Torah…we’ll share in a creative ritual for Shavuot
7:45 pm | Torah for Today Study Sessions II
8:30 pm | Cheesecake Café…we’ll enjoy desert and friendship
9:00 pm | Torah for Today Study Session…continuing our learning with Rabbi Shulman

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Shavuot Festival Services 
Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May 30 
9:30 am
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At Congregation Beth El we enjoy Shavuot as a joyous festival of Torah study, creative expression, and happy celebration. On Shavuot we imagine ourselves at Mt. Sinai and rejoice in the gift of Torah. To honor our holiday’s spirit, before we take the Torah scrolls out of the Ark, our Shavuot Festival Morning Service on May 29 will include a special opportunity to sit together around tables and study the Ten Commandments. During our service on May 30, we recite Yizkor Memorial Prayers. A holiday luncheon will follow our service after which we join Rabbi Shulman for a Shavuot discussion about what the Ten Commandments ought to be in 2020.

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Tue, February 18 2020 23 Shevat 5780