Shavuot - May 16-18 - Chabad of Stamford - Jewish Center for Life and Learning
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SHAVUOS AT CHABAD OF STAMFORD 
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Celebrate Shavuos with Chabad of Stamford Under our Big Tent
 

Order your  Cheesecake

Order your Shavuos in a Box

RSVP for our  Shavuos Ice Cream Party

SHAVUOS AT A GLANCE

This is the day we received the Torah and became the Jewish Nation
JOIN US OUTDOORS IN THE BIG TENT TO CELEBRATE SAFELY

Children's Sefer Torah Project Click Here to place your order for your child

 

  • Thursday May 13th JWC Cooking Club @ 8:00pm on ZOOM
    JWC Shavuos Cooking and Flower arranging   CLICK HERE to RSVP
     
  • Sunday May 16th
    Mincha & Maariv 7:45pm
    Candle Lighting 7:49pm
    Late night Learning 10:30 pm at the Shemtov's (presentations by members of the community) 

     
  • Monday May 17th | 1st DAY OF SHAVUOS
    Shacharis 10:00am
    Hear the 10 Commandments at 11:00am
    Dairy & Ice Cream Party After Services at 12:15pm
    Community Wide Women's Shavuos Learning 5:00pm at  the home of Annie Watman
    10 Commandments AGAIN  followed by ice cream party & kids pasta dinner 6:45 pm 
    Mincha & Maariv 7:40pm
    Candle lighting after 8:55pm

     
  • Tuesday May 18 | 2nd DAY OF SHAVUOS
    Shacharis 10am
    Yizkor services 11:30am
    Communal Pot luck lunch 12:30pm - email  [email protected] to participate 
    Mincha & Maariv 7:40pm
    Holiday ends at 8:56pm

We wish you a safe, wonderful, and uplifting Shavuot!

Hear the 10 Commandments
All Night Learning
Ice Cream Party
Praying at home
Read the 10 Commandments
Yizkor at Home
What is Shavuot?
Shavuot marks the date when Gā€‘d gave the Torah to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai more than 3,300 years ago. It comes after 49 days of eager counting, as we prepared ourselves for this special day. It is celebrated by lighting candles, staying up all night to learn Torah, hearing the reading of the Ten Commandments in synagogue, feasting on dairy foods and more.