Get ready to celebrate the festive holiday of Shavuot. We are gearing up for this special holiday commemorating God’s gift of the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai. Shavuot is a time to rejoice in God’s presence and renew our acceptance of the Torah. Throughout the years, Jews as a people continually gather knowledge making Shavuot the perfect time to commit to new learning projects for the year to come while taking part in prayer, songs, and study.
Tikkun Leil Shavuot
Celebrate Rabbi Gavriella Kornsgold and Cantor Sydney Michaeli
Celebrate Rabbi Gavriella Kornsgold and Cantor Sydney Michaeli as they say farewell to Park Avenue Synagogue. On Erev Shavuot, Thursday, May 25, join us as they will lead Tikkun Leil Shavuot and engage in the Jewish tradition of Torah study and begin the celebration for this joyous holiday. Learning will be followed by the evening service and then a festive reception on the PAS rooftop.
Thu / May 25 / 87th Street
Everything you need to celebrate this glorious holiday is right here on our Shavuot webpage. You’ll find all the holiday information from service times to learning opportunities in the links below, which will easily guide you to all the holiday’s events.