Saturday evening June 4 through
Monday evening June 6


Shavuot marks the date when G‑d gave the Torah to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai more than 3,300 years ago. It comes after 49 days of eager counting, as we prepared ourselves for this special day. It is celebrated by lighting candles, staying up all night to learn Torah, hearing the reading of the Ten Commandments in synagogue, feasting on dairy foods and more.

Shabbat, Friday - June 3
Evening Services: 7:45pm
Candle lighting time: 7:52pm
Shabbat, Saturday - June 4
Morning Services: 9:30am
Kiddush: Kiddush Sponsorship Still Available
Talmud: 6:45pm
Evening Services: 7:50pm
Shavuot First Night, Saturday evening - June 4  
Evening Services: 7:50pm
Candle lighting time: after 8:49pm (light from a pre-existing flame)
All Night Torah Study: 11:00pm
Shavuot First Day, Sunday - June 5
Morning Services: 9:30am
10 Commandments reading, Amazing Kids Program and Ice Cream Party: 10:30am
Gitty's World Famous Dairy Lunch: 12:30pm (RSVP Only - SOLD OUT!)
Talmud: 6:45pm
Evening Services: 7:50pm
Candle lighting time: after 8:50pm (light from a pre-existing flame)
Shavuot Second Day, Monday - June 6
Morning Services: 9:30am
Yizkor Memorial Service: 10:30am
Grand BBQ Lunch: 12:30pm (RSVP Only - CLICK HERE TO RSVP)
Talmud: 6:45pm
Evening Services: 7:45pm
Yom Tov Ends: 8:50pm

Join us for services at our new campus - 5960 SW 106th Avenue, Cooper City



Saturday night, June 4 - 11:00pm

Please join us on the first night of Shavuot for an all-night learning for men as we delve into many interesting topics including: The Ten Commandments, the Shavuot Holiday, Why we are celebrating this holiday etc..
We hope to see you there!

Plenty of coffee and refreshments!


Sunday, June 5 - 10:30am

Come with your entire family for an amazing kids' program and to hear the 10 Commandments read from the Torah, as it was read on Mount Sinai, followed by an ice cream party!

Our Sages explain that before G‑d gave the Torah to the Jewish People, He demanded guarantors. The people suggested our forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; but these were not sufficient. They cited many other great leaders and people but G‑d did not accept them either! Finally, they declared, "Our children will be our guarantors!" G‑d immediately accepted and agreed to give them the Torah.

The Jewish Children were — and still are — the guarantors and transmitters of the Torah. Our commitment to their education has always been the best assurance to the continuity of Torah and Mitzvoth . When G‑d gave the Torah on Mt. Sinai, every Jewish child was present. Let us ensure that our children will be there this year too!