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Shavuot 2022

Saturday, June 4

Join BT for an evening of learning. Registration is only required for the dinner portion of the evening. REGISTER FOR SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER HERE

Does the Torah Care About My Feelings? 
Come explore the role of emotions in Judaism through biblical texts, law and midrash.
7:15 pm: When God Cries: A Look at When, Why and How God Feels
Led by Rabbi Chai Posner 
8 pm: Mincha 
8:30 pm: Does the Torah Care About My Feelings? A Panel of Perspectives 
Featuring our Beth Tfiloh clergy and special guests 
9:15 pm: Maariv  
9:30 pm: Dairy dinner with traditional favorites like blintz soufflé and cheesecake — REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR DINNER ONLY
Registration is required for Saturday night dinner only by Friday, May 27 at 12 pm. $18 per adult/$10 per child. Sign up on the form below

10:15 pm: The Halacha of Emotion: Investigating Cases Where Halachic Discourse and Emotions Meet 
What are some unique cases where Halacha addresses emotions? Can Halacha command emotions? Join us as we address these fascinating questions. 

11:00 pm: Ask the Rabbi & L’chaims/Daf Yomi with Rabbi Furman
11:30 pm: All night learning begins 
The learning continues with the topics of your choice!
Sunday, June 5

9:15 am: Morning Services and Board Installation + Kiddush
Our newly elected shul lay leadership will be installed during Sunday morning services. Wish them a mazal tov at the kiddush following services, sponsored by the Board of Directors. 
4:30 pm: Women’s Learning: A Jewish Perspective on Friendship
Enjoy delicious wine and cheese, while we explore Jewish ideas about friendship inspired by the Book of Ruth with guest speaker and congregant, Tali Kozlowski. Spouses and children are invited to play and snack on the playground! 

Women's Learning is sponsored by Shelley Dolitsky, Miriam Rosenblatt, Penina Schacht, and Jessica Kaplan in honor of Tali Kozlowski’s contribution and dedication to our community.

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