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Yom Kippur Service Information

               

Kol Nidre Service
Tuesday, September 18 l 7:30 PM

Howard Wolff joins Rabbi Aronowitz and the High Holiday Choir for a poignant and moving evening. Service will begin at 7:30 PM on Tuesday, September 18. Note: once the chanting of the Kol Nidre begins, there will be no seating until it is concluded. 

No tickets are required to attend our High Holiday services. Child care will be available in the Weinberg Learning Center beginning at 7:15 PM (registration required*).

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Yom Kippur Morning Service
Wednesday, September 19 l 10:00 AM
 

Yom Kippur Morning Service: Our service will begin at on Wednesday, September 19 at 10:00 AM while the heavenly gates are still open to our prayers. No tickets are required to attend our High Holiday services. Child care will be available in the Weinberg Learning Center (registration required*).

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Yom Kippur Afternoon Study Sessions and Services
Wednesday, September 19 

"Doing a Great Mitzvah: The Work of a Chèvre Kaddisha" Following our Yom Kippur morning service at approximately 1:00 PM join Rabbi Ken in the Weinberg Learning Center for an hour of discussion on the sacred work of Jewish burial societies. Find out how you can participate in this extremely loving act by becoming a part of our communal Chèvre Kaddisha which is forming for the coming year.

L'dor VaDor: An Intergenerational Jewish Dialogue: Members of our Temple Emanu-El community, young and old, met in the Social Hall last Yom Kippur afternoon to offer their perspectives on Judaism. We would like to continue this stimulating conversation at 3:00 PM.

Afternoon Torah and Haftarah Readings 4:30 PM Child care will be available in the Weinberg Learning Center (registration required*).

Yizkor Memorial Service - Beginning at 5:00 PM we will remember all of departed loved ones and hear from those who experienced a painful loss since last Yom Kippur  

N'ilah Concluding Service - 6:00 PM with final call of the Shofar at 6:30 PM followed by Havdalah and our Break the Fast.

*Please register for child care at www.shaloha.com/5779

Sukkot and Simchat Torah 

             

We think of the temporary shelter our ancestors dwelled in during their journey through the wilderness while giving thanks for our homes and looking at what can be done for those who are without a home.On Sunday, September 23 all are welcome to be part of this joyous celebration. 

At 4:00 PM the staff of the School of Jewish Studies will lead activities for children ages 5-13.   While these continue, Rabbi Ken will provide an experience for keiki ages 2-5 beginning at 4:30 PM. A family friendly Sukkot service begins at 5:15 PM followed by a BBQ dinner at 6:00 PM featuring "Story Time in the Sukkah."

    

                                          

We bring the marathon of September holidays to a joyous conclusion on Sunday, September 30.At 10:00 AM the staff of SJS leads activities for children ages 5-13 while Rabbi Ken leads a celebration for keiki ages 2-5 at 10:45 AM. A breakfast nosh at 10:00 AM will be followed at 11:00 AM by a family friendly Simchat Torah celebration. Enough hands are needed to unfurl a Torah scroll completely around the sanctuary.

Wed, September 19 2018 10 Tishrei 5779