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Tikkun Leil Shavuot 5779 – An extraordinary night of learning and community
June 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - June 9, 2019 @ 12:30 am
New format for this year:
7:00pm Panel Discussion: Journeys of Faith and Doubt
Rabbi David Booth, Rabbi Darren Kleinberg, and Rabbi Sarah Weissman will speak personally about their journeys with faith, doubt, and the ebb and flow of belief.
8:30pm Shavuot Shmooze and Dairy Delights
9:00pm Multiple Shavuot Evening Services under one roof
9:45pm-12:00am Dynamic Learning Sessions with rabbis and teachers from across the community
12:00-12:30am* Closing Event – Receiving Torah Together
Shavuot for Tots (Ages 2-5)
7:00-8:00pm Led by Kara Sanchez. Parents & Tots are invited for Mount Sinai ice cream sundaes, followed by story time. Come in PJs and bring a favorite Jewish book.
Shavuot for Kids (K-7th Grade)
7:00-7:30pm Mount Sinai Sundaes
7:30-8:30pm K-2 Shavuot Activities
7:30-9:00pm Grades 3-7 Learning with Aviv Matzkin
7:30-9:00pm Pre-Bnai Mitzvah Torah Encounter for KE 6th Graders and their families
*We hope to bring back the all-night learning and sunrise service next Shavuot, in the new Kol Emeth building. Due to space constraints, this year we will not have a sunrise service on Sunday morning. Instead we will read the 10 Commandments and have our festive Shavuot morning service, beginning at 9:15am Sunday in Beth Am’s main sanctuary.
We are grateful to Beth Am for so generously sharing their space.
Kol Emeth Morning Services for Shabbat and Shavuot – All at Beth Am, Main Sanctuary
Shabbat morning, June 8, 9:15am at Beth Am
Sunday, June 9, 9:15am – Includes Hallel and 10 Commandments Torah Reading
Monday, June 10, 9:15am – Includes Megillat Ruth and Yizkor
Shabbat and Shavuot Evening Services
Friday night, June 7, 6pm – Kabbalat Shabbat and Potluck and the Booths’ home (768 Paul Ave in Palo Alto)
Saturday night, June 8 – 7pm Tikkun at Beth Am, 9pm Evening Service
Evening minyan Sunday, June 9 will be at the Kol Emeth office, 7:45pm
Evening minyan Monday, June 10 will be at Etz Chayim, 7:45pm
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