Jewish learning continues to thrive in SA

After Shabbat, thousands of community members will come together throughout the country for ‘Tikkun Layl’ – the traditional Erev Shavuot learning session. For the first time, Limmud SA will be holding its own Tikkun Layl programme. This follows on last Friday’s Generation Sinai event involving day school learners and their parents, an initiative that helps strengthen the bond that our Jewish heritage plays in connecting the generations. Levels of knowledge and observance differ across the community, but across the board, we are undoubtedly seeing an ever-growing involvement in the culture of learning. In wishing everyone a Chag Shavuot Sameach, I encourage as many people as possible to make themselves a part of this. 

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