Shavuot 5782

May 12, 2022 | Announcements, Blog

Shavuot 5782

Of all the Jewish holidays, Shavuot is likely the least well known. This is probably due to the lack of home ritual to rival building a Sukkah or hosting a Passover Seder. However, Shavuot has plenty of its own merits! At the start of each summer, this festival joins Sukkot and Passover with the third installment of the Exodus narrative. The Israelites leave Egypt during Passover, travel in small temporary shelters during Sukkot, and arrive, on Shavuot, at Mount Sinai in time to receive the Ten Commandments. Below you will find see the ways Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation is celebrating Shavuot this year. 

Jewish Living Holiday Series: Shavuot
with Cantor Aviva Marer

Thursday, May 26   7:00-8:00pm
Join us for a new series focusing on how one can build celebrations for their family, through the generations, and their household. Whether one comes with many family traditions or is new to creating these in their home, we will laugh, share, create, and taste together

Megillat Ruth with Cantor Janice Roger
Thursday, June 2    7:00-8:00pm

Our sages assigned these different scrolls to particular holidays. Learn more about the texts themselves and their connection to the spiritual message of our holidays.

To register for this class, contact our assistant to the Office of Lifelong Learning. 

Beth Meade-Hession at 317-255-6647. Classes are included with IHC membership.

Elana Arian will join clergy on the bima at 6:15pm for our Shabbat evening service honoring the festival of Shavuot, the commemoration of the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Elana will then present a dynamic concert for all to enjoy. A composer, multi-instrumentalist, prayer leader, and recording artist, she inspires communities across the country with her soulful songwriting and spirit.

The cheesecake bake off is BACK! After a two-year hiatus, this popular and friendly competition is returning to IHC. The cheesecakes will be judged on Friday June 3, at the special Oneg Shabbat following our Shavuot Shabbat and concert with Elana Arian.
Register to compete by May 30 by clicking here

You can honor IHC’s confirmands in a truly meaningful way. Proceeds from the cards support the Women of Reform Judaism YES Fund as well as Sisterhood’s contributions to religious school and camp scholarships. You can find the form to place your card order by clicking here.
The deadline to order is June 1.

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