Everyone is invited to dim their lights and join us in person and on TIGN Zoom (check your email or call the office for link) to observe Tish’ah Be’av, commemorating the Destruction of the First Temple (in 586 BCE) and the Second Temple (in 70 CE) in Jerusalem, and the exile of the Jewish People.
This solemn day reflects the greatest tragedies of Jewish history (including the Holocaust), but also serves as a reminder that the Jewish tradition of renewal is alive in Israel and in America.
Shaharit begins at 9:00 a.m. (without tallit and tefillin), including Torah reading and kinot (poems of lament).
Minhah and Ma’ariv begin at 8:00 p.m. (including Torah and Haftarah appropriate for Tish’ah Be’av with tallit and tefillin).
Fast ends at 9:00 p.m.