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First Day of Shabu'ot/Eve of Second Day of Shabu'ot 5775

5775 - Sunday – May 24, 2015

Schedule

First Day of Shabu'ot:

Zemirot - 8:15 am

Shahrit & Hallel - 9:00 am

Torah Reading [The Ten Commandments] - 9:50 am

Haftarah, Musaf, Sermon & Service Conclusion - 10:25 - 11:25 am

Girls' Reading of the Book of Ruth - 11:30am - 12:30pm

Eve of Second Day of Shabu'ot:

Reading of Intro & First Part of Azharot - 7:30 pm

Evening Services [Minhah & Arbit] - 8:00 pm

Sunset - 8:13 pm

Candle Lighting - after 8:40 pm

Second Day of Shabu'ot - 5775 & Memorial Day - Legal Holiday

5775 Monday - – May 25, 2015

Schedule

Zemirot - 8:15 am

Shahrit, Hallel, Torah, Sermon & Musaf - 9:00 - 11:50 am

Reading of Second Park of Azharot Poem - 7:30 pm

Minhah & Arbit - 8:00 pm

Sunset - 8:14 pm

Evening Festival Habdalah - 8:41 pm

Weekday Services May 26-29, 2015

Naso - 5775 - Tuesday - Friday Morning – May 26 - May 29, 2015

Schedule

Morning Services

Tuesday - Friday - 7:15 am

 

Evening Services [Minhah & Arbit]

Tuesday - Thursday - 6:45 pm

Shabbat Services May 29-30, 2015

5775 - Naso - Friday Evening & Saturday – May 29 - May 30, 2015

Schedule

Friday

Candle Lighting - 8:00 pm

Minhah & Arbit - 6:45 pm

Sunset - 8:18 pm

 

Saturday

Morning Services - 8:15 - 11:45 am

Seudah Shelishit & Class - 6:55 pm

Minhah & Arbit - 7:55 pm

Sunset - 8:19 pm

Habdalah - 9:01 pm

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