Shavuot Begins Sunday night May 16 – Tuesday May 18, 2021
Sunday, May 16, 2021 – Erev Shavuos
Weekly Shacharis - 7:00/8:00 am
Candle Lighting - 7:52 pm
Mincha - 8:00 pm
All Night Learning Starts -12:00am
Monday, May 17, 2021 – First day of Shavuos
First Minyon Shacharis - 4:45 am
Neitz - 5:34 am
Shacharis - 9:00 am
Avos Ubonim - 6:15 pm
Mincha/Maariv - 8:10 pm
Candle Lighting - 9:23 pm
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 – Second day of Shavuos
Shacharis - 9:00 am
Yizkor - 11:30 am
Mincha - 8:10 pm
Maariv - 9:23 pm
Havdalah - 9:24 pm
RABBI FOHRMAN INTRODUCES THE NARRATIVE OF THE BOOK OF RUTH
Rabbi Fohrman introduces the narrative of the book of Ruth, explaining that in order to fully understand the story and why we read it on Shavuot, we must also understand two similar stories: the narratives of Lot and his daughters and Judah and Tamar.
THE DAY THAT SHOOK THE WORLD
Discover the most important intellectual development in human history.
SHAVUOT: THE SECRET OF INSPIRATION
Why did G-d wait 49 days before giving the Torah?
WHAT IS SHAVUOT REALLY ABOUT
A wedding celebration between God and the Jewish People.
CRASH COURSE IN SHAVUOT
Short on time? Watch this Crash Course in Shavuot video to learn more.
OVERVIEW OF THE ENTIRE TORAH
A big picture look at the books of the Bible and the Oral Law.
PROCESS OF TRANSMISSION
Everyone knows that the Talmud is full of disagreements. Does this mean that the information is innacurate?
Actually, it proves the opposite!
WHAT IS THE ORAL TORAH?
The content of the Talmud, the accompanying oral part of the Torah, was actually transmitted before the written Bible.
ABC's OF SHAVUOT
An overview of the Shavuot Holiday.
WHY DAIRY ON SHAVUOT?
Seven fascinating reasons for this popular custom.
THE GIVING OF THE TORAH AT MOUNT SINAI
It is ironic that Shavuot is such a little known holiday, given that it commemorates the single most important event in Jewish History the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.
CONTEMPORARY MESSAGES OF THE 10 COMMANDMENTS
Now more than ever, the world can benefit from the Decalogue’s contemporary lessons. As we celebrate the holiday of Shavuot, commemorating the day God gave us the Torah on Mount Sinai, it’s appropriate to reflect on the contemporary messages of The 10 Commandments.
THE 613 COMMANDMENTS
613 is one of the most famous Jewish numbers, representing all the commandments of the Torah.
How many can you name?
THE BOOK OF RUTH | A MYSTERY UNRAVELED
She was a Moabite princess who converted to Judaism in the 10th century BCE, but what does her story have to do with the events at Mount Sinai more than 300 years earlier?
A VERY SIMPLE GUIDE TO SHAVUOT
Sofya Tamarkin's blog contains a very simple guide to Shavuot.
A selection of coloring pages for the kids!
SHAVUOT FAMILY PARSHA
A story and discussion questions for parents and kids about Shavuot and the importance of unity.
SHAVUOT CRAFTS FOR THE FAMILY
Make a gorgeous bouquet for Shavuot with cupcake liner flowers.
EASY TRADITIONAL SHAVUOT MENU
Passover recipes by Joy of Kosher
DAIRY DISHES PERFECT FOR SHAVUOT
Selected Dairy Dish Recipes
SHAVUOT FOR THE LACTOSE INTOLERANT
Lactose Intolerant Dishes perfect for Shavuot.
EATING HEALTHY ON SHAVUOT
Tasty and Healthy dishes for your Shavuot meals.