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Tisha B'Av

Tisha B'Av



   Tisha B'Av, or the ninth of Av, is an annual fast day in Judaism. Its name dendotes the ninth day (tisha) of the Jewish month Av. The dya has been called the "saddest day in Jewish History". The fast commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples. Those two events occured about 656 years apart, but on the same date.

Please Join  Shul By The Shore  Tisha B’ Av Service

Saturday, July 25, 2015
Fast Begins At 8:40 pm
Evening Services and Reading of “The Book of Lamentations” 
starts  8:45pm @ Seaport Marina Hotel

Sunday, July 26, 2015
Shacrit Minyan 8:00 am
Mincha Service with Tallit & Tefillin
7:15 pm @ Seaport Marina Hotel
Fast Ends at 8:26 pm

Destruction and Renewal
The “Three Weeks” and Tisha B’Av are designated as a time of mourning over the destruction of the Holy Temple and the galut (exile).
Why do we mourn on Tisha b'Av? A historical overview and a digest of the day's laws.
A step-by-step guide to the saddest day of the year.