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Schedule for High Holy Days 2020 - 5781

Below, please see our full schedule of services and activities. For details on how to register, click here, choose "Registration FAQ" from the High Holy Days drop-down above, or contact the office. 

Sat. 9/12 7:00pm Selichot Movie Discussion: The Tribe

Rosh HaShanah

Fri. 9/18 Rosh HaShanah Eve (ZOOM Service)
6:00-6:30pm Tot HaShanah
7:30pm Traditional Service

Sat. 9/19 Rosh HaShanah Morning (ZOOM Service)
9:00-9:30am Younger Children's Activity: Pre-K - 2nd Grade   
9:30-10:00am Older Children's Activity: 3rd - 6th Grade  
10:00-11:20am Traditional Service—Sounding of Shofar 
Canceled: 4:30pm Tashlich at the Lake. Location: Private Home - Information will be emailed to registrants.  (Limited capacity, second service added if needed.)

Sun. 9/20  Rosh HaShanah 2nd day
10:00-10:45am Family Nature Celebration: Outdoors at Beth Shalom Backyard. (Limited capacity, second service added if needed.)

BYO Lawn Chair or Blanket

Yom Kippur

Sun. 9/27 Evening (ZOOM Service)
6:00-6:30pm Tot Kippur
7:30pm Traditional Service—Kol Nidrei

Mon. 9/28 Morning (ZOOM Service)
9:00-9:30am Younger Children's Activity: Pre-K - 2nd Grade   
9:30-10:00am Older Children's Activity: 3rd-6th Grade 
10:00-11:30am Traditional Service 
11:30am-12:15pm Izcor Memorial Service 

Mon. 9/28 Afternoon and Closing (ZOOM Discussion & Service)
5:00pm Panel Discussion: “This Moment in America: What should our Teshuvah (repenting and changing) be?” 
What should we atone for? How can we do it?                                               
6:00pm High Holy Days Closing Havdalah (40 minutes), linked with congregations in South America, Puerto Rico, and others. Final blast of Shofar.

We dedicate many efforts, time, and resources to hold inspiring and open HHD services and events for all. We  welcome any contribution you can make, and appreciate your partnership with us.   
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Fri, September 18 2020 29 Elul 5780