Tisha b’Av

The ninth day of the Hebrew month of Av begins at sunset on Saturday 6 August and continues until the evening of Sunday 7 August

Tisha b’Av

Sunday 7 August, 8.00 pm

Tisha b’Av- commemoration and consolation

Join Rabbi Shulamit Ambalu in her garden, to mark our historic day of mourning.

Reading sections from the book of Lamentations together with poetry, to discover the words of comfort that can be present at times of loss.

This event is for Sha’arei Tsedek members only, and we ask you to register in advance for this gathering; details of location will be shared with those who have registered closer to the time.

Click HERE to register your interest for this event.

* we suggest you bring a blanket/warm jacket as this is an outdoor event

What is Tisha b’Av?

Tisha b’Av is the major day of communal mourning. First and foremost Tisha b’Av commemorates the destruction of both the first and second temples in Jerusalem (586 B.C.E, and 70 C.E respectively), but many other travesties have occurred on the same date.