Shavuot

Shavuot 2022/5782 at Temple Torat Emet
 In-Person at Temple Torat Emet and on Temple Torat Emet Zoom

Saturday, June 4: Erev Shavuot
Community Shavuot Program
6:00 PM – Mincha
6:30 PM- 7:15 PM -Sedua Shlishit (Light Meal) and Birkat Hamazon
7:15 PM- Birchat
7:30-8:30 PM- Learning Session
8:30 PM- Ma’ariv
Dessert and Coffee

Sunday, June 5: Shavuot Day 1
9:30 AM- Services (In-person and on Zoom)
6:00 PM- Mincha/Ma’ariv (Zoom Only)

Monday, June 6: Shavuot Day 2
9:30 AM- Services (In-person and on Zoom)
7:00 PM – Mincha/Ma’ariv (Zoom Only)

On Shavuot we say Yizkor, the prayer to remember the deceased who touched our lives. A line in this liturgy says: “In tribute to his/her memory, I pledge to perform acts of charity and goodness. May the deeds I perform and the prayers I offer help to keep his/her soul bound up in the bond of life as an enduring source of blessings.”

Traditionally we have taken this to mean, we honor those who have gone before us with the mitzvah of tzedakah.

Please mail all donations to the Temple and mark the envelope “Yizkor.”

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