In keeping with crucial local regulations to slow the spread of COVID-19, Chabad Tucson will be hosting limited and highly regulated in-person services to enable local Jews to celebrate the holiday of Shavuot.

Shavuot begins this year at sunset on May 28 and concludes at nightfall on May 30th.

The Shul at 2443 E 4th Street has been shuttered since the outset of the outbreak. Based on recommendations from infectious disease experts, it will host limited in-person services in keeping with current state and federal guidelines.


Shavuos day services

Friday, May 29
9:30 am Shachris
10:30 am Torah reading & Ten Commandments

Shabbos, May 30 
9:30 am Shachris
10:30 am Torah reading
11:00 am Yizkor memorial service


Important notices:

* There is no halachic obligation to go to shul at time. If you are unwell or don't feel safe doing so, please remain at home . To have names mentioned during Yizkor, fill out this form:

* Only a limited group of people will be allowed to participate in accordance with regulations. If you wish to attend, please email:

* Hand sanitizer and soap will be available at the entrance.

* Strict social distancing guidelines will be kept while walking in and while seated. People living in the same household are asked to sit together (in the appropriate sections for males and females).

* If applicable, it is recommended that a head-covering and tallis be brought from home.

* If there is a need, a separate minyan will be held in the Amster Social Hall and a third in the courtyard.

* Sadly, the traditional post-services Shavuot dairy reception will not be held.


For more about the holiday, visit