The Yomtov of Shavuos this week celebrates the Jewish people receiving the Torah on Har Sinai. Central among its observance is the reading of the Aseres Hadibros (Ten Commandments).
The Rebbe stressed that every effort should be made to bring all Jewish children, girls, boys and even infants, to Shul to hear the Aseres Hadibros, just like in the desert.
Minyonim for Aseres Hadibros will be held in the following 11 locations around Crown Heights, and beyond, to allow all men, women and children to attend.
Friday, the first day of Shavuos; 6 Sivan, Year of Hakhel | May 26.
770 Main Shul:
Women in the Ezras Noshim:
9:00 AM, Main Minyan Aseres Hadibros 11:00 AM, 12:45 PM
Downstairs main Shul will be open for women:
1:30 PM, 2:00 PM, 6:30 PM
570 Crown Street, 1:30 PM
456 Crown Street, 4:30 PM
578 Albany Ave, 4:30 PM
1334 Lincoln Place, 4:30 PM
Beis Menachem Mendel
770 Lefferts Ave, 4:30 PM
1614 Carroll Street, 4:30 PM
1699 President Street, 4:30 PM
489 Empire Blvd, 5:15 PM
Bais Avrohom Yitzchok
305 Remsen Ave, 11:30 AM
Lubavitch of East Flatbush
460 Lenox Road, 11:30 AM
No Child Left At Home
At the Giving of the Torah exactly 3335 years ago, every man, woman and child stood at the foot of the mountain to hear the voice of G-D.
On the holiday of Shavuot we gather together in Shul, especially including the smallest children, to hear the 10 commandments being read and receive the Torah anew.
WATCH more about the Rebbe’s Ten Commandments campaign at:
Video: The Rebbe speaks about the importance of men, women and children attending the reading of Aseres Hadibros on Shavuos