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The Holiday of Shavuot marks the anniversary on which G‑d gave the Jewish people the Torah. This is considered the single greatest event in all of history. To celebrate we make sure to attend the synagogue and listen to the Torah reading of the 10 Commandments (bring your friends, too). We also stay up (all night if possible) learning Torah, eat dairy meals, and joyously celebrate this awesome event. Services will begin at 10am each day.

The Highlight of the services will take place on the first day of the holiday at approximately 11:00am, which is when the 10 Commandments will be read, our Hebrew School will be participating in the services and our end of year presentation and promotion will also be held during the holiday. On the second day of the holiday at approximately 12:00pm, the Yizkor Memorial Service will be recited. To celebrate this auspicious event we will have a gourmet Dairy Kiddush featuring an ice cream buffet each day. 

It is considered a great Mitzvah to listen to the 10 Commandments. Year after year, since the year 2448 in the Jewish Calendar (we are now in the year 5781), Jews all over the world, wherever they lived, endeavored to listen to the timeless words of the Torah.

Everyone is invited – regardless of background, affiliation, or level of observance - to participate in this meaningful service that will take place in our inspiring synagogue. The Dairy Kiddush Luncheon will take place immediately following. For further information call the shul at 760-943-8891 or email the shul at  [email protected] .

Schedule

Sunday

7:25pm  Candle-lighting

7:30pm  Mincha-Maariv

10:30pm  Learn-a-thon Begins Rabbi Y Eilfort 
“Why Then? Why There? Why Us?”

11:30pm  Rabbi E. Eilfort 
“Jewish History as it Parallels Secular History & When did Key Customs Arise”

12:30am  Rabbi Yossi Rodal 
“Shavuot: Achieving the Fusion of Heaven and Earth, the Creator and the Created, the Spiritual and the Physical”


Monday, May 17 

9:30am  Daily Tanya with Rabbi Eilfort

10am  Morning Services Featuring Rabbi Dovi Gorelik and Rabbi Yossi Rodal

11am  Reading of the 10 Commandments

12:30pm  Grand Dairy Kiddush with Ice Cream Bar

6pm – 7pm  Rebbetzin C. Rochel Duchman 
“Stories of Our Fathers: An American Chasid”

7:30pm  Mincha & Word of Torah

8pm  Evening Service Featuring Rabbi Dovi Gorelik

8:25pm  Candle- Lighting 


Tuesday, May 18

9:30am  Daily Tanya with Rabbi Y Eilfort

10am  Morning Services Featuring Rabbi Dovi Gorelik & Rabbi Yossi Rodal

11:30am  Thoughts with Rabbi Mendel Duchman: 
“Stories of Our Fathers:  The Transition of Chasidim from the Old World to the New”

12pm  Yizkor Memorial Service

12:45pm  Grand Dairy Kiddush & Ice Cream Bar

6pm – 7pm  Shiur
Rebbetzin Chana Levy Esq.: “From Scandal to Redemption – The Story of Moshiach”

7pm  Mincha 

7:15pm  Festive (Fleishig/Meat) Meal & Farbrengen of Inspiration with Niggunim (Chasidic Gathering with Song)

8:30pm  Maariv / Evening Service and Havdalah
 


Wednesday, May 19

8am  Shacharis

Ice Cream (945x360)