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This year we’ll be observing Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur at home and online. Preparing in advance can help us get the most out of online High Holy Day services and at home celebrations. 
 
We can think about what we are celebrating. We can explore how we are going to celebrate. In the compelling themes and ideas we encounter on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, we can discover new relevance for this year and share for ourselves, and with our families, renewed understandings of why we engage with Jewish tradition and values in our homes.
 
Join us in Preparing for the High Holy Days.
 
“How to High Holy Day at Home”
Thursday, September 3 | 7:00 p.m. 
 
Join us on Zoom here
Meeting ID: 875 1718 0474
Passcode: shalom
 
We’ll talk how and why. Practical and spiritual ideas for making this holiday season comfortable and meaningful for ourselves, for our families, and for children of all ages. Rabbi Shulman, Rabbi Libman, and Ariel Moritz will facilitate this session.
 
We’ll focus on holiday ideas and Jewish concepts important for us to bring into our homes – different than the customs and ceremonies we normally associate with synagogue services on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.
 

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“How to High Holy Day Online”
Thursday, September 10 | 7:00 p.m.
 
Join us on Zoom here
Meeting ID: 890 4932 5339
Passcode: shalom
 
We’ll talk about the flow of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur services, and how to participate in them as active viewers. Rabbi Shulman will facilitate this session.
 
We’ll examine a few prayers for their potential personal impact. We’ll think about how to find Kavanah, intention in order to pay attention, during our time online. We’ll review core moments of High Holy Day services that this year, like every year, may inspire and sustain us.
 

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Selihot: A Service of Repentance & Resilience
Saturday September 12 | 
8:30 p.m.
 
Join via Livestream from the Stone Family Sanctuary 
 
Our service will introduce this year’s High Holy Day theme: “Strength, Blessing, Resilience.” Rabbis Shulman and Libman along Ba’al Tefillah David Lipsitz lead the service which concludes with the sounding of the Shofar.
 
Experience:
We begin the High Holy Day season with Selihot, a unique and evocative “Service of Forgiveness.” The spiritual aura of this evening encourages introspection as we recite beautiful and meaningful prayers about repentance, humility, and growth. The melodies and themes of the High Holy Day liturgy invite us into the Days of Awe.
Mood: Reflective & Quiet
Length: 1 Hour
 

Experience:
We begin the High Holy Day season with Selihot, a unique and evocative “Service of Forgiveness.” The spiritual aura of this evening encourages introspection as we recite beautiful and meaningful prayers about repentance, humility, and growth. The melodies and themes of the High Holy Day liturgy invite us into the Days of Awe.
Mood: Reflective & Quiet
Length: 1 HourUpdate this content.

Tue, December 1 2020 15 Kislev 5781