Sign In Forgot Password

June 11 - 13, 2024

Celebrate the Giving of the Torah
Trivia, Learning, and Dairy Desserts

Shavuot begins on the evening of June 11. Shavuot commemorates the giving of the Torah, and is celebrated with all-night study, prayer, and delicious dairy food. We’ve got all three. See below and mark your calendars for our upcoming study, prayer and activity opportunities!

The Evening's Schedule - Tikkun Leyl Shavuot
6:15PM: Mincha Services

6:30PM: Trivia & Dairy Dinner 
Grab a group of friends for trivia about everything, including a special round with questions about Israel, guided by professional trivia masters Outspoken Entertainment. 
No team? No problem! We'll match you with new friends to make the perfect table. 
Registration required for dinner and trivia; $18/person.

8:30PM: Ma'ariv Services

8:45PM: Dessert Break

9PM: Learning Session 1: The Hamas Israel War: Preliminary Lessons Learned for Israel and Diaspora Jewry with Ken Stein
A discussion with our friend and internationally known expert, Dr. Ken Stein, President Center for Israel Education, Emeritus Professor Emory University,  Middle Eastern History and Political Science.

10:00 PM: Dessert Break

10:10 PM: Learning Session 2: Inspiration from Israel with our Rabbis
Encounter the poetry and literature that has inspired countless Jewish communities. Join B’nai Torah rabbis as we explore these powerful texts, and discuss how they inspire us today.

Shavuot Service Schedule:
All services will be available via the Virtual Synagogue
(Meeting ID: 829 700 8085 - Password: btorah700)

June 11: Tikkun Leyl Shavuot
6:15PM - Mincha - Mincha Siddur
8:30PM - Ma’ariv - Maariv Siddur

June 12:
9:00AM - Shacharit - Shavuot Morning Siddur
10:30AM - Youth Services
6:15PM - Mincha - Shavuot Mincha Siddur

June 13:
9AM - Shacharit including Yizkor at approximately 10:45AM - Shavuot Morning Siddur - Yizkor Book
10:30AM - Youth Services
6:15PM - Mincha - Shavuot Mincha

Accessing the Virtual Synagogue: When it is time for the service to begin, visit to enter the B'nai Torah Virtual Synagogue! For security purposes, our Virtual Synagogue is private for B'nai Torah members and friends. To request access to our Virtual Synagogue, please submit this form, and a member of our staff will be in touch with more information. If you are a B'nai Torah Member, please check your email for the password.
Fri, June 14 2024 8 Sivan 5784