EVENTS AND HOLIDAYS
While we shelter in place, join with your Jewish community via the online conferencing tool ZOOM. Each event lists the Zoom address to use to connect.
See the full High Holy Days schedule here
DAYS OF AWE
Friday (9/25) 6:30 - 7-ish PM — Shabbat Shuvah candle lighting and kiddush — a bit of schmooze and then we’ll welcome the special Shabbat between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur together.
Saturday (9/26) 10:30 AM to about 12:30 PM — Shabbat Morning Service with much singing, davar Torah and kiddush.
Sunday (9/27) 7:30 to about 9:00 PM -- Kol Nidre, the beginning of Yom Kippur.
Monday (9/28) — Yom Kippur day:
10:30 - 11:20 AM — Contemplative time with Avinu Malkeinu and Unetane Tokef. Silence, chant and meditation.
11:30 - 12:30 PM — Al chet and study of Yom Kippur haftara.
4:30 - 5:30 PM — Yizkor, remembering and honoring our dead.
5:30 PM to sundown — Mincha and Neilah, the beautiful end of Yom Kippur. I encourage you to let it get dark where you are.
Join Zoom Meetings
Meeting ID: 962 882 1372
DAYS OF AWE IN THE SHUL
Sign up to spend some time in the shul, reading, meditating, writing, praying, dancing or just being in that beloved space during the ten days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur and beyond, through Simchat Torah (October 11th).
There is an installation in the sanctuary, created by Andrea Luna, to help you focus on the main themes of the Holy Days. Provided there is time available on the schedule, you are welcome as often as you would like.
To reserve time in the shul, please go to
You can select the time you’d like to be there. You will get a confirmation and details and then a reminder. Change or cancel your appointment using this address. If you have any questions about making an appointment, or if you can’t access this website, please contact Adina at: email@example.com