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The forecast of rain later today has necessitated the move of our Picnic to our Welcome Center. Please join us as planned...just indoors!

High Holy Day Services


Sunday, September 25

5:45 pm  Erev Rosh HaShanah Service

Rosh HaShanah Day 1

Monday, September 26

9:45 am Morning Service and Junior Youth Congregation Experience

1:45 pm Virtual Torah Study led by Rabbinic Intern Luisa Sinacore Zoom

4:45 pm Children's Service

5:45 pm Rosh HaShanah Picnic, Shofar blowing, and Tashlich at Muss Park RSVP

Rosh HaShanah Day 2

Tuesday, September 27

9:45 am Morning Service
Lunch follows services, outside in Palm Plaza

Erev Yom Kippur - Kol Nidre

Tuesday, October 4

6:00 pm: Family Service

8:00 pm: Adult Service

Yom Kippur Day

Wednesday, October 5

9:45 am Morning Service and Junior Congregation Experience

12:45 pm In person Study Session led by Rabbi Robert Davis

1:45 pm Virtual Study Session led by Rabbi Gayle Pomerantz Zoom

1:45 pm Teens and Torah

2:45 pm Children's Service

2:45 pm Meditation led by Cantor Lisa Segal and Marte Singerman in person in the Board Room and via Zoom

3:45 pm Afternoon Service, Yizkor, Neila

Study Sessions

B’tzalem Elohim: What does G-d really look like?

Rabbinic Intern, Luisa Sinacore will teach: There is much debate around how we gender G-d: how we might stay true to traditional understandings of G-d while also building inclusive and ethical Jewish spaces today? In this Torah study, we will take a moment to read through our creation narratives—those which proclaim how each of us were made B’tzalem Elohim, in the “Image of G-d”— and ask the question: What does G-d really look like? How might each of us find our own image of G-d in our ever-changing sex and gender landscape?

Rosh HaShanah Day 1, 1:45 pm | via Zoom

The Path of Teshuvah: A Spiritual Reset

Rabbi Davis will lead an exploration of the wisdom of our sages regarding the Jewish way to effectuate Teshuvah, Repentance.

Yom Kippur Afternoon, 12:45 pm | In-Person only

What Does it Mean to “Choose Life”? A Study of Judaism and Reproductive Choice

Join Rabbi Pomerantz in this virtual Torah study as we reflect on Yom Kippur’s powerful Torah reading to “choose life” (Deuteronomy 30:19) and what that means in the context of reproductive choice.  We will explore texts from the Torah to contemporary authors to gain understanding of Judaism’s understanding of when life begins and the primacy of a mother’s needs over an unborn fetus.

Yom Kippur Afternoon, Virtual Torah Study, 1:45 pm via Zoom

Yom Kippur Meditation: Cantor Segal, Jani Singer and Marte Singerman of the Kavanah Council will lead a special meditation for Yom Kippur in the Board Room and via zoom.  We will enjoy beautiful music, guided meditation and have the opportunity to share about the holiday.

Yom Kippur Afternoon, October 5, 2023, from 2:45 - 3:30 in person and via Zoom


Mon, September 26 2022 1 Tishrei 5783