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Saturday, June 4
Teen Tikkun begins, 9:00 pm
Candle Lighting, 9:11 pm
Ma'ariv, 9:15 pm

Tikkun begins, 9:55 pm

Sunday, June 5
 Early Morning Festival Service, 4:55 am

Shavuot I Services, 9:00 am

Monday, June 6
Shavuot II Services, 9:00 am

Book of Ruth ~10:00 am
Yizkor ~11:00 am
Picnic in the Park, 1:00 pm

View the Book of Ruth here.


In partnership with Fabrangen and Shirat HaNefesh
Begins after Havdalah



Refreshments available throughout the tikkun

9:55 pm - 10:45 pm • Session 1

Haninah Levine: “Bereishit: Human and nature, eretz and adamah”

Morris Rodenstein: “Cremation - Is it good for the Jews?”


10:55 pm - 11:45 pm • Session 2

Bill Galston: "These and these are the words of the Living God"

Richard Gladstein: “Nusach and Klezmer: Chaverim and Shekinah” [will include playing music]


11:55 pm - 12:45 am • Session 3

Rabbi Charles M. Feinberg: “Abortion in Jewish law and practice”

David Balto and Ira Zukerman: "Righty tighty, lefty-loosey: Sayings and ethics of many of our forefathers, including Pirke Avot from the Jewish tradition, and Atisa’s slogans from the Buddhist tradition"


12:55 am - 1:45 am • Session 4

Rabbi Jason Kimelman-Block: "Bitachon - Cultivating trust in chaotic times"

Rabbi Michael Werbow: “Are you ready for some Torah?!?!?! What have we done to prepare for Shavuot and will continue to do to prepare ourselves for being open to receiving Torah?”


1:55 am - 2:45 am • Session 5

Stan Dorn: “Can the Shma's blessings bridge the gap between ought and is?”


2:55 am - 3:45 am • Session 6

Simcha Kuritzky:  "The making of modern Israel 1782 to 1948" (illustrated with contemporary coins, medals, tokens, and notes)


3:55 am - 4:45 am • Session 7

Mark Berch:  “Four puzzles from the Book of Ruth”

Teen Tracks:  9:00 pm - 12:00 am
(details below)


9:00 pm - 12:00 am

Rising 8th graders and all high schoolers are invited to
learn with Rabbi Kelley and Rabbi Werbow, eat cheesecake
and study with the larger congregational community.

Questions? Contact Rabbi Kelley.

Sun, March 26 2023 4 Nisan 5783