Join Us Shavuot at IYYUN for an All Night Torah Experience.
See the sun come up on a night of Torah with Rav DovBer Pinson.
Saturday night, May 23rd beginning at 11:30 pm and going all night long . . .
at the IYYUN Center
9:00 pm Ma’ariv Service
9:15 pm Festive Buffet Dinner (dairy/pareve), by reservation only (*please see below)
11:30 – 4:30 am Learning all Night, followed by Shacharis Service and the Torah Reading of the Ten Commandments
All Night Learning will Include:
Torah Sampler: Short, text based studies of Chumash, Talmud, Zohar, AriZal and Baal Shem Tov.
Tikkun Leil Shavuot: The Tikkun for the night of Shavuot
Meditation: to prepare for receiving of Torah.
Open Forum: Bring your Torah questions and open a conversation.
Cheesecake, Coffee and Refreshments all night long!
see below for more details on the all night learning!
$18 Cover for All Night Learning: Includes, learning, refreshments all night and breakfast in the morning!
Sample of the Teachings at the all night Torah Experience
> A Deeper Look at various Talmudic Readings on the Giving of the Torah
> The Halachic / Kabbalistic Reason for Eating Milk Products on Shavuout
> Exploring various Chassidic Texts- Baal Shem Tov, Alter Rebbe, Maor Ainayim, R. Tzadok, Ishbitz regarding the Inner Torah imprinted within the deepest resources of our being.
The deepest teachings of R. Moshe Chaim Luzzato, the Ramchal. Klach Pischei Chochmah
> *11:30pm. Talmud
> *12:30 Halacha
> *1:15 Chassidic Texts
> *2:45 Kabbalah. Klach Pischei Chachmah
Some More Shavuot Information:
Festive Dairy Buffet Dinner
by reservation only, $36 per person/$50 per couple/ $75 per family (2 adults, 2 children)
Join our Facebook Event Page:
Join the IYYUN Community for a delicious, dairy Shavuot dinner!
To reserve please click on contact
to make your payment, send a check to IYYUN:232 bergen, brooklyn NY 11217, or click donate
Special Reading of the 10 Commandments
and Ice Cream Party!
Sunday, May 24 at 5:00 pm
650 Sackett Street
(bet 3rd and 4th Ave)
For the Children and Young at Heart!
On Shavuot we re-receive the Torah, and are gifted with wisdom and insight for the whole year ahead.
This is our special day, our birthday as a nation.
Shavuot is an especially important day for the children, as they were the original guarantors for the Torah and they are the future of our people.
Bring the Children (and yourself!) and Celebrate! with Ice Cream and the Reading of the 10 Commandments
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