Dear Friends,

We are about to celebrate the 3,334th anniversary of the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. With each passing year the Torah is given to us anew on an even higher level. May we all receive the Torah joyfully and internalize its teachings.

Please join us this year for a life changing 72 hour celebration. Just as at Sinai every single Jew was present, so too let's make sure this year that no Jew will be left behind. We personally invite every Jewish man, woman, child and even infant on the Upper East Side to join us in hearing the Ten Commandments and proclaiming Na'aseh V'Nishma, we will do and we will listen.

Please share the many Holiday events with your family and friends. Looking forward to celebrating together!

Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach,

Rabbi Ben Tzion and Chanie Krasnianski and family







All events are at 419 East 77th Street unless otherwise specified.

(Times specified are for NYC)

Thursday Night, May 25

Remember to make an Eiruv Tavshilin before Candlelighting

Holiday Candle lighting 7:58 pm

Mincha 8:00 pm

Siyum Tractate Sotah: Rabbi Ben Tzion Krasniansk 

Maariv 8:55 pm

Followed by Holiday Dinner RSVP

All night learning 11:30 pm - 3:30 am with open Tea Room

Highlights of All Night Learning:

Lecture is G‑d Jewish by Rabbi Ben Tzion Krasnaisnki

Morality in times of War: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Krasnianski

Human Sacrifice: Rabbi Yaakov Krasnianski


Friday, May 26 - Shavuot Day

9:30 am Services

10:30 am Children’s Program and Party

Reading of the Ten Commandments approximately 11:15 am

Men, Women and Children come and hear the Reading of the Ten Commandments!

Followed by a Grand Dairy Kiddush and Ice Cream Party for all!


You can also join us for

Ten Commandments in the Park

John Jay Park @ 3:30 pm


Friday Evening, May 26 - 2nd Eve of Shavuot

 Mincha, Maariv / Kabbalat Shabbos 8:00 pm

Shabbat and Holiday Candle lighting 7:59 pm from a pre existing flame


Shabbat Day, May 27 - 2nd Day Shavuot

9:30 am Services

Yizkor approximately 11:45 am

Followed by Grand Kiddush 

 Mincha 7:00 pm

Followed by Farbrengen

Maariv and Havdalah

Shabbat and Holiday Ends 9:06 pm