Shavuos 2021

Pre-Shavuos Learning on Zoom

Thursday, May 13, 8:00 pm
Rabbi Shmuel Wasser, Rosh Yeshiva (Dean), Missouri Torah Institute
Topic “Life, the universe, and everything – the true celebration of Shavuos”
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/295822730

Virtual Yizkor

Sunday, May 16 (erev Shavuos), 11:00 am
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9418716309

Shavuos Services, Times and Readings

See the next page for new attendance guidelines!

Sunday, May 16, Erev Shavuos

Mincha/Ma’ariv 7:45 pm
Candle Lighting 7:49 pm
Learning (Tikun Leil Shavuos) led by Rabbi Okin and Stuart Klaman 11:00 pm – 1:30 am
Rabbi Okin will speak on the topic: ‘Standing Under the Mountain’
If you wish to attend, please contact Stuart Klamen
Learning is shortened this year to enable people to attend regular minyan on Monday morning.
There will be no early minyan on Monday morning.

Monday, May 17, First Day of Shavuos

Shachris/Musaf 9:00 am
Torah Exodus 19:1 – 20:26 Chumash pp. 400 – 415 Siddur pp. 520 – 522
Maftir Numbers 28:26 – 28:31 Chumash pp. 892 – 893 Siddur p. 522
Haftorah Ezekiel 1:1 – 3:12 Chumash pp. 1228 – 1229 Siddur pp. 522-523
Mincha/Maa’riv 7:45 pm
Rabbi Okin’s shiur topic between Mincha & Maariv: ‘Understanding the Shavuos Customs’
Candle Lighting Time for Second Day 8:52 pm

Tuesday, May 18, Second Day of Shavuos

Shachris/Musaf 9:00 am
Torah Deutero. 15:19 – 16:17 Chumash pp. 1018 – 1023 Siddur pp. 525 – 526
Maftir Numbers 28:26 – 28:31 Chumash pp. 892 – 893 Siddur p. 526
Haftorah Habakkuk 2:20 – 3:19 Chumash pp. 1229 – 1231 Siddur pp. 526 – 527

Yizkor approximately 10:30 am

Mincha/Ma’ariv 7:45 pm
Rabbi Okin’s shiur topic between Mincha & Maariv: ‘How to Enjoy Jewish Holidays’
Yom Tov Concludes 8:53 pm