Men, Woman, Children, Students, be there when the Torah is given for the 3,329th time!

Shavuot is the holiday we celebrate the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.  Every year G-D reaffirms His covenant with the Jewish people and gives us His Torah once again.  On the first day of Shavuot join us for a Live reading of the Ten Commandments.

Shabbat and Shavuot Holiday - Services & Meals Schedule 2017


Tues. May 30   

8:06pm: Candle Lighting
8:30pm: Evening Services - Followed by Holiday Dinner and Late Night Learning 

Wed. May 31 

5:00pm: Ten Commandments - Torah Reading - Followed by a delicious dairy buffet (blintzes, lasagna, salads, pasta, cheese cake and more).
*After* 9:05pm: Candle Lighting
9:30pm: Evening Services - Followed by Dinner 

Thu. June 1



10:00am: Morning Services
11:15am: Torah Reading
12:00pm: Yizkor - Followed by Mussaf and Kiddush/Lunch
9:06pm: Holiday Ends 

At: Lubavitch-Chabad Jewish Student and Community Center 2021 NW 5th Ave. (five blocks north of the stadium)

Mi Shebeirach - Prayers and Healing Blessings for the sick During the Torah reading, prayers are offered for the sick. If you would like to add a name to our Mi Sheberach list, you can do so, please email the name and Hebrew mothers or fathers name (or common name) of the sick to

Yizkor Memorial Service During the second day Shavout (Thursday, June 1) morning service the special Yizkor Memorial Service is recited for departed loved ones. If you cannot make it to synagogue during that time, you can send names and Hebrew father’s name of departed loved ones to be included and recited during the Yizkor Memorial Service to