25 May 2023 until 27 May 2023
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM



If you plan on cooking on Friday for Shabbat, please remember to do Eruv Tavshilin on Thursday.

Thursday, May 25

7:00pm: Short Teen Talks


Lea Rebibo: Pursuing Justice

Tamir Razon: Tzedaka

Neta Shahar: Jewish Community, Jewish Identity

Yair Domnitz: Shavuot Learning

10:00pm: Road to Sinai


10:00pm What It Means to be a Good Person (Rabbi Dr Gidon Rothstein)


10:45pm Starts and Stutters: Becoming Abraham (Rabbi Dr Gidon Rothstein)


11:30pm From Chosen to Choosing (Gilat Shemesh)


11:50pm Dessert Buffet


12:20am Suggestions Welcome? Isaac, Jacob, and Amram (Rabbi Dr Gidon Rothstein)


1am Starting Over with a Stiff-Necked People (Rabbi Dr Gidon Rothstein)


Teen Learning



Michal Javasky

Friday, May 26

10:25am Reading of Ten Commandments


10:45pm Ruth Text study (L3)


12:15pm (Approx.) What Are the Ten Commandments?


Cool Ice Cream Party

Shabbat-Shavuot, May 27

10:20am (Approx.) Book of Ruth


11am (Aprox.) Yizkor

10:30am Candy Party

Inaugural Birthday Kiddush

N’shei Chayil Awardees: Sylvie Davidson and Myriam Rebibo

6:30pm – If There Are Too Many Mitzvot What Do We Do?





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Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein has a PhD from Harvard, studying early modern commentaries on Pirke Avot. He has taught at all levels, from preschoolers to retirees, has served in the communal rabbinate, writes regularly at www.torahmusings.com and has been a well-received speaker at venues in the United States, Canada, UK, and Israel. He is the author of eight books of Jewishly themed fiction and non-fiction, including Murderer in the Mikdash a mystery set in the time of a 3rd Temple in Jerusalem, We’re Missing the Point: What’s Wrong with Orthodox Judaism and How to Fix It and, most recently, The Judaism of the Poskim: Responsa and the Nature of Orthodox Judaism.