at Chabad Jewish Center
Shavuot: June 9 - 10, 2019
3,331 years ago, our great grandparents stood as one nation at the foot of Mount Sinai and received the Torah from G‑d. Each year on the holiday of Shavuot, this historic event is re-lived as the Ten Commandments are read from the Torah.
At Chabad Jewish Center, we offer events for your entire family to celebrate with us. Please join us at our annual Dairy buffet and Ice cream party and Ten commandments reading.
You can find more information about the holiday and our programming below.
Wishing you a happy Shavuot,
Ice Cream/Cheesecake Buffet
Men, Women & Children!

Be there when the Torah is given for the 3,331st time.

You don’t have to travel to the desert - it’s happening right here!

Come hear the Torah reading of the 10 Commandments.

Followed by a dairy buffet lunch (pasta, salads, cheesecakes, blintzes 'n more!) and ice cream for the children! (There will be plenty of non-dairy foods too!) 

Admission is FREE of Charge, but reservations are requested! 

No membership or prior affiliation required  

Also, enjoy the Hebrew School Presentation & Awards Ceremony

It's a mitzvah for the KIDS to hear the 10 Commandments.
Gifts for every child that attends!
FREE with your RSVP
Please reserve by email Tzivi or Rabbi Yossi or

Donations are welcome by clicking  HERE
Time: Sunday, June 9, 11am
Location: Chabad
35 Horace St, Mansfield

Buffet is sponsored by
Melanie and Jeff Miller in loving memory of Melanie's father Morris Sacks A"H 
Mike and Cherie Kaplan
Tamara and Mark Rosenzweig
in honor of the birth of their daughter Sophie

ted style.jpgPlease join us for Jewish Style TED talks. Topics include: New lingo in Prayer (Humorous). The Ten Commandments.  Holiday Recipes. Talmud crash course and More.
Saturday 8pm
Chabad, 35 Horace St, Mansfield.
We hope to see you there!
Please RSVP to
Plenty of coffee and refreshments!
  Holiday Schedule
Saturday - June 8
Torah Studies Class: 4:00 pm
TED talk style discussions: 8:00pm
Candle lighting time: after 9:10pm (from a pre-existing flame) *
Sunday - June 9
Morning Services: 10:00am
10 Commandments reading and Dairy buffet: 11:00 am
Evening Services: 9:00pm
Candle lighting time after: 9:11pm (from a pre-existing flame) *
Monday - June 10
Morning and Yizkor Services: 10:00am
Yizkor Memorial Service and Mincha: 7:30pm
End if Yom Tov Farbrengen: 8:15pm
Yom Tov Ends: 9:12pm
All events are at Chabad, 35 Horace Street
10 Commandments
Sunday, June 9th, 11am
Come with your entire family to hear the 10 Commandments read from the Torah, as it was read on Mount Sinai!
Our Sages explain that before G‑d gave the Torah to the Jewish People, He demanded guarantors. The people suggested our forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; but these were not sufficient. They cited many other great leaders and people but G‑d did not accept them either! Finally, they declared, \"Our children will be our guarantors!\" G‑d immediately accepted and agreed to give them the Torah.
The Jewish Children were — and still are — the guarantors and transmitters of the Torah. Our commitment to their education has always been the best assurance to the continuity of Torah and Mitzvoth . When G‑d gave the Torah on Mt. Sinai, every Jewish child was present. Let us ensure that our children will be there this year too!
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* While it is forbidden to create a flame on a holiday, it is permitted to light a candle using a pre-existing flame, such as another candle that was kindled before the holiday, a gas range which has been left on, or a pilot flame. Note that it is also forbidden to extinguish a flame on the holiday, so make sure you have a place to put down the candle or match that you used to kindle your holiday candles.