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SCHEDULE OF SERVICES:

Thursday, May 25th
Minha/Ma'ariv Service at 6:00 PM

in the Sanctuary or on LiveStream

Friday, May 26th - First Day of Shavuot
 Morning Service at 9:00 AM

in the Sanctuary or on LiveStream

Youth Programming at 10:00 AM

Quick-Pick Shavuot Featuring Torah Lectures
by Clergy and Volunteers at 11 AM - 12 PM

Special Dairy Kiddush at 12 PM

Minha and Kabbalat Shabbat Service at 6:00 PM
in the Sanctuary or on LiveStream

Candle Lighting at 8:29 PM

Shabbat, May 27th - Second Day of Shavuot
 Morning Service at 9:00 AM

in the Sanctuary or on LiveStream

Megillat Ruth at 9:45 AM

Youth Programming at 10:00 AM

Yizkor Sermon by Rabbi Grover at 10:30 AM
in the Sanctuary or on LiveStream

Minha/Ma'ariv Service at 8:30 PM

Havdalah at 9:41 PM

Sunday, May 28th - Isru Hag

 Minha/Ma'ariv Service at 7:30 PM
in the Sanctuary or on LiveStream

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SHAVUOT BABIES

Shavuot Babies

On the second day of Shavuot (Saturday, May 27, 2023), families along with their new additions are welcomed up to the bimah to join us at the conclusion of the service for Adon Olam.

May we continue to share in Simhot with your family in the future!

 

As Beth Tikvah celebrates each Life Cycle event, we understand that it is both an individual accomplishment and one celebrated as an achievement by our entire congregation.

We, as a community grow and experience each season of life together, celebrating every milestone and together, remembering those close to us that paved the way for our successes.

With each new member that joins our assembly, we grow stronger as a congregation and community, focused on the traditions that our predecessors have set for us and eager to set the bar a bit higher for the new generation. In order to honour this process, we welcome all of our members to celebrate the growth of our community by sharing all new births and adoptions occurring within the congregation only during the past year on Shavuot, the holiday the Torah calls the “Festival of New Fruit”.
           
We are so proud of our youngest members and we would love to share in your Yiddishe Nahas!

Mon, 20 May 2024 12 Iyyar 5784