Tisha B’Av – The Full Schedule of Events, Study and Services with Details Below…
Shabbat, July 21
6:15pm – Shabbat Mincha
6:45pm – Special Catered Meat Pre-Tisha B’av Dinner/Seudah Shlishit with Song & Study. Advanced Registration Required.
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Sunday, July 22
8:00am – Shacharit with Kinot. No Tallit & Tefillin
4:30pm – Holocaust Film Screening – Academy Award Winning “Playing for Time”
Details below or at https://www.facebook.com/events/291021728334226/
7:15pm – Mincha with Tallit & Tefillin, Torah & Haftorah
8:00pm – Maariv
8:15pm – End of Fast, Havdalah
DETAILS OF THE EVENTS:
Special Catered Meat Pre-Tisha B’av Dinner/Seudah Shlishit with Song & Study!
This year, Tisha B’Av is postponed to Sunday affording us the opportunity to eat a proper meat meal for Seudah Shlishit as our final supper (Seudah HaMafseket) before the fast – perhaps a sign that we’re closer to a complete redemption!
The catered dinner will conclude by sunset and followed by moving songs and stories of Jerusalem, setting the mood for the saddest day on the Jewish calendar.
Shabbat afternoon, July 21 – Mincha 6:15pm followed by the dinner
75 NIS Members
85 NIS Non-Members
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To register: https://tixwise.co.
Deadline – Wednesday, July 18 – 4:00pm. Reservations are only complete with payment in advance!!!
Join us for our annual moving and meaningful Tisha B’Av evening with the reading of Eicha along with stories and songs of Jerusalem on Frishman Beach with Rabbi Ariel
Tisha B’Av, the saddest day on the Jewish calendar, commemorates the destruction of Jerusalem and the First and Second Temples as well as many tragedies throughout the exile.
Saturday Night, July 21 – 9:30pm on Frishman Beach
Bring a candle (in glass ideally) and a story (personal or talmudic) about Jerusalem
The evening is free and open to the public!
You are invited for a film screening on Tisha B’Av of the acclaimed Emmy Award winning movie – Playing for Time by the famous playwright Arthur Miller.