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At Congregation Beth El we enjoy Shavuot as a joyous festival of Torah study, creative expression, and happy celebration. Shavuot also marks the brighter and pleasant days of spring turning into summer, of a world turning fresh and green with life and beauty.
Saturday, June 4
What Are the Ten Commandments?
Tikkun Leil Shavuot – Shavuot Evening of Study and Celebration
8:30 - 10:00 pm
Participate in Person Only
Jacobs Family Community Hall
 
 
We think we know what the Ten Commandments are, but do we really? We’ll explore answers to this question through a close reading of the Torah and Jewish tradition. Other than being an important symbol of God’s revelation of Torah what is the role and purpose of identifying the Ten Commandments?
 
We’ll begin with Havdalah, reflect on the meanings of receiving Torah which we celebrate on Shavuot, and engage in our study. As we learn we’ll enjoy Kiddush, Shavuot dessert, and each other’s company.
 

We’ll begin with Havdalah, reflect on the meanings of receiving Torah which we celebrate on Shavuot, and engage in our study. As we learn we’ll enjoy Kiddush, Shavuot dessert, and each other’s company.
 

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Sunday, June 5
First Day Shavuot | 9:30 am
Torah Study | 10:00 am
Participate in Person Only
Stone Family Sanctuary
 
Torah on Shavuot Morning

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 will include a special opportunity to sit together around tables and study Torah together.

Monday, June 6
Second Day Shavuot | 9:30 am
Join In Person at the Stone Family Sanctuary and by Livestream
 
 
Our Festival Morning Service includes Yizkor Memorial Prayers as we honor our loved ones and reflect on their legacies of Torah and blessing. Join us for Kiddush Lunch following our service.

Second Day Shavuot: Monday June 6
9:30 a.m.
Jon In Person and by Livestream
Our Festival Morning Service includes Yizkor Memorial Prayers as we honor our loved ones and reflect on their legacies of Torah and blessing.
 

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Sun, October 2 2022 7 Tishrei 5783