Full Schedule For Shavuot 5776 at Bonai Shalom

Bonai_26_logoJoin Congregation Bonai Shalom for Shavuot study opportunities  – June 11-13, 2016!

Bonai Shalom Service Times for Shavuot

Sunday June 12, 5:00 am – Shavuot Sunrise Service. Join the community-wide dawn service (even if you have not stayed up all night) as we celebrate revelation at sunrise!

Sunday June 12, 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm – Shavuot afternoon teaching with Rabbinic Intern Hannah Kapnik-Ashar. Sexuality in the Image – We will explore ideas from Jewish feminist theologist Rachel Adler about the Book of Ruth and Song of Songs.

Monday June 13, 9:30 am – Shavuot Services with Yizkor including selections from the Book of Ruth (approximately at 10:30 am)

Community-Wide Tikkun Leyl Shavuot at Congregation Bonai Shalom 

Saturday night through Sunday dawn, June 11th – 12th.  Join Boulder’s rabbis in discussing the sacred dance of ratzo v’shov – the metaphor depicting the oscillation between the holy and the mundane. Sponsored by Haver, the Rabbinic Council of Boulder.
Tikkun Leyl Shavuot Schedule:
7:00 pm – Mincha – Shabbat afternoon service
7:30 pm – Seudah Shlishit – Third meal with singing and intention-setting
9:00 pm – Ma’ariv – Evening service, candle lighting, Kiddush
9:45 pm-11:00 pm – Opening Rabbinic Panel: Personal tales of Ratzo v’shov: Going in and out of holiness
11:15 pm – Learning with Rabbis Tirzah Firestone, Fred Greene and Ori Har
12:45 am – Meditation by the creek
1:30 am – Learning with Rabbi Marc Soloway
2:45 am – Learning with Morah Yehudis
4:00 am – Hevruta Learning
5:00 am – Dawn Davening: Sunrise Shacharit (including reading Torah of Revelation)
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