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Shavuot at home sources and guide

With great sadness we will not be physically together to recreate the power of Mount Sinai and celebrate our Anniversary with God. However, we remain spiritually and emotionally bonded ki'ish echad bi'lev echad (as if we were all parts of one person with one heart). In an effort to help us prepare for receiving the Torah we will be sharing a number of wonderful resources that we know can enhance your celebration. 

The first resource is a program from Moed called Shir Shavuot. Torat Emet has joined with an international cadre of communities who will be encouraging their families to explore the power of song through a family friendly discussion based source sheet. 
To view an introductory video click here
To download the packet and join the program click here

There are many other wonderful resources that you can access and print in preparation for the Chag. Here are several links to some of the best ones available:
https://www.ou.org/sinai/   
Feel free to browse their archive and as you choose classes the website will automatically put all of the shiur source sheets into a single PDF packet that is compact and easy to print. 

Yeshiva University has put its Torah to Go essays online with articles, essays and learning packets for shavuot.  You can download them here: https://www.yutorah.org/togo/shavuot/

Maggid Publishers has put together a wonderful Shauvout packet including essays from Dr. Yael Ziegler, Rabbi Norman Lamm and Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.  You can download them here:
https://mailchi.mp/korenpub.com/uu1ezd23e1

Click here for printable activities for children

Lastly, websites like
Yutorah.org
Torahmusings.com
https://www.etzion.org.il/en/  
to name a few, all have incredible torah thoughts. However, you will need to take a few minutes to navigate and sift through the many shiur options that each of these websites offer. Stay safe, learn well and may we merit to soon be learning face to face.  

Click here to view Rabbi Zack's Shavuot at Home Guide

torate emet minyanim and classes

Services and classes will not be held at Torat Emet until further notice. Whenever possible, they will be held via Zoom.

The Jewish community has thrived for millenia on its intimacy and close connections. While we will be physically apart for the foreseeable future, we will strive to maintain our emotional and spiritual bonds during this time. Below you will find links to join daily Shacharit, Mincha-Maariv, Torat Emet Class Schedule, Rabbi Neuman's new Podcast on Minor Biblical Characters, and other online resources that may be helpful. May our learning and prayer help bring us back together soon. 

***All service times and class titles listed below are clickable
links to join the specified Zoom session***

Service Times

Shacharit
8:25 AM Sunday & Monday

7:25 AM Tuesday-Friday

 

Mincha/Maariv 
7:00 PM Sunday-Wednesday
7:00 PM Thursday (following Pre-Shavuot Ruach at 6:45 PM)

 

Classes

The Book of Hoshaya with Rabbi Neuman
Sunday morning, 9:05 AM 

Contemporary Halacha: The Mirpeset Minyan                                                          Tuesday night at 8:30 PM

Insights from the Weekly Parsha with Rabbi Zack
Monday & Wednesday 12:30-1:30 PM


Mesillat Yesharim: The Path of the Just with Rabbi Neuman
Tuesday & Thursday 12:30-1:30 PM


Podcast
The Characters You Do Not Know with Rabbi Neuman 
 Now available HERE on Apple Podcast! 
(Alternatively you can use Spotify or Anchor to listen)

COVID-19 Resources:


Online Learning Resources:


We pray for those who are sick, for everyone’s safety,
and for a swift end to this plague.

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Calendar Corner

  • Lag B'Omer Zoomzitz -- May 12th
  • Yom Yerushalayim -- May 22nd
  • Rosh Chodesh Sivan -- May 24th
  • Shavuot May 28th-30th
Fri, May 29 2020 6 Sivan 5780