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HIGH HOLIDAYS 2019/5780 HAPPENINGS

Welcome Back Social + Selichot
Saturday, September 21 at 6:30pm

 Bring a vegetarian/dairy dish to share while schmoozing at the Welcome Back Community Potluck Dinner for all ages.

Afterward, playtime for the children and ´╗┐Havdala for adults and older kids.

 Then prepare for the High Holidays with a short, meaningful service of reflection and renewal (Selichot).

Service is appropriate for adults and fourth graders and older.

Following the service, Cantor Lisa invites everyone to join her in dressing the Torah scrolls in the special High Holiday covers. 

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 Kiddush Lunch
Tuesday, October 1 at approx 1:30pm

After services, share Kiddush lunch with the community.
Space is limited - Registration is Required

Menu includes:
sweet challah, salmon, sweet noodle kugel, salads, rugelach, fruit and more

Yizkor Service of Memory
Yom Kippur Afternoon, October 9, 4:30 - 5:00pm


As we pray, contemplate, and atone on Yom Kippur, our thoughts turn to those whom we have loved and lost, in recent days or in years past. In this spirit, we invite you into a space of individual and communal remembrance with a new Yizkor Service of Memory. Alongside liturgy and song, we will invite anyone who would like to space memories of loved ones. 

Youth groups and childcare are offered so parents who would wish to can attend.

This event is open to the public. For security reasons, pre-registration is requested (but not required)

You are also invited to join us for speakers and teachers beginning at 2:30pm and for the concluding mincha (afternoon) and ne'ilah (service of the closing of the gates), which ends with a beautiful Havdallah (separation) ceremony and final blast of the shofar.

 

BYO (Bring Your Own) Community Break Fast
Approximately 7:15pm, following Ne'ilah service

Eat your first meal after Yom Kippur with other SAJers. Bring your own meal. SAJ supplies drinks, desserts and paper good. 

 

Sun, September 22 2019 22 Elul 5779