Shavuot 2013 / 5773
Seven weeks after Passover, we celebrate the harvest
and the season when the Torah was given on Mount Sinai.
Tuesday, May 14 / 5 Sivan
Mincha at 7:15pm
Followed by Candle Lighting, Ma’ariv, Refreshments
Tikkun Leil Shavuot Program at 8:00pm
According to the midrash, the Israelites overslept the morning they were supposed to
receive the Torah. From this, developed the custom of staying up late to study Torah.
We will study together, enjoy refreshments, and go home when we’re tired.
Responses to Violence
Both as Individuals and as a Civilized Society
Robert Moverman, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Jeffrey Tye, REMT-P
B.A. in Psychology;
Michelle Wexelblat, LICSW
Licensed Social Worker
Gony Halevi, LMHC
Ph.D. Candidate in Expressive Therapy
Wednesday, May 15th, 9:30am – 1st Day Yom Tov Services
Thursday, May 16th, 9:30am – 2nd Day Yom Tov Services,
Dairy delights will be served at all events, sponsored by Robin Insuik, in memory of her father, N. Milton Insuik, at Yahrzeit; and Martin Sokol, in memory of his father-in-law, Rabbi Joseph Warren, at Yahrzeit.
There is no charge for this program and everyone is invited.
RSVPs are appreciated so we can plan refreshments and set up. Please reply on or before Friday, May 10
to Amy, 978-474-0540, office@BethIsraelMV.org,
501 South Main Street, Andover, MA 01810.