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National Jewish Retreat

This Summer treat yourself to something exceptional!

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Coffee & Kabbalah

Join us for Coffee & Kabbalah!

  • Jewish Mysticism
  • Spiritually Uplifting
  • Open, down to earth discussions!

Shabbat Mornings, 9:00 to 10:00 am. 

Led by Rabbi Yitzchok Schmukler

All are welcome!

Monthly Friday Night Delight! - June 21

Join us Friday, June 21 at 7:15 pm

For a lively Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Followed by "Kiddush & Kneidlach!"

*Kneidlach = Yiddish for Matzah Balls 

Schedule: FND is held on the 3rd Friday of the month.
Please note: FND will not be held in July.

Delicious Shavuot

Join us Sunday, June 9th at 11 am for the annual Shavuot Celebation!


Free of Charge / Contribution Optional  

Featuring the Torah reading of the Ten Commandments followed by a DELICIOUS DAIRY KIDDUSH BUFFET including delectable homemade cheesecakes, salads, eggplant parmesan, pasta dishes, blintzes, an ice cream bar and more! 

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Shavuot Holiday Schedule

Eve of Shavuot - Saturday, June 8

  • Light Candles after 9:00 pm (from a pre-existing flame)
  • Custom to study Torah all night!

1st Day of Shavuot - Sunday, June 9

  • Morning Service starts at 10 am
    Reading of Ten Commandments at 11 am
    Service followed by Delicious Dairy Shavuot Lunch 
    (RSVP Free / Optional Contribution )
  • Light Candles after 9:00 pm (from a pre-existing flame)

2nd Day of Shavuot - Monday, June 10

  • Morning Service at 10 am
    Includes Yizkor at around 11:30 am
  • Holiday Ends at 9:01 pm

The Holiday of Shavuot

3,331 years ago, all of Israel, all of us, stood together at Mount Sinai to receive the Torah from G-d. Each year on the holiday of Shavuot, this historic event is not only celebrated but relived.

Great masters of Kabbalah have explained that the extraordinary Divine Radiance that shined on that day is present each year on the holiday of Shavuot when we hear the Ten Commandments read from the Torah. Meaning, our souls re-experience and relive the original Mount Sinai experience!

Come and be a part of it and then celebrate with a traditional mouth-watering dairy lunch!

Learn more about Shavuot

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