The evening of Shavuot is traditionally spent learning until late into the night. In order for us to learn together as a community, we will be holding our group learning in advance of the beginning of the holiday.
In keeping with Public Health restrictions Tikkun Leyl Shavuot celebrations will be offered virtually—learning sessions offered via Zoom and Services streamed to our website.
6:30pm—Keynote Address with David Zarnett: Helping Strangers: Why Do We Help People We Don't Know
7:20pm—H̱esed In Texts with Rabbi Fryer Bodzin and Yacov Fruchter
7:20pm—Mitzveh v. Mitzvah (Good Deed v. Commandment) What Motivates H̱esed? with Rabbi Wernick
8:15pm—Minẖah and Festival Ma'ariv Service, followed by Standing in Sinai: Personal and Communal Revelation with Aviva Chernick
Pre-registration for learning sessions is required to access the Zoom link information. To register, visit https://bethtzedectoronto.shulcloud.com/form/tikkun-leyl-shavuot-2021.
Sponsor: Beth Tzedec Congregation