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High Holy Days 2019/5780 Schedule

5780 is here! We look forward to seeing you and observing the High Holy Days together.

If you haven't had time to purchase your tickets yet, you can get them at the door. Just come to the Will-Call desk 20 minutes before services and we will assist you!

Free tickets are available for Family, Tot and Youth Services. Come to the Will-Call desk 20 minutes before services and we will assist you.

Download a color copy of the schedule below.

Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sun, Sept 29

5:15 pm Rock! Hashanah Family Service Chapel**
6:15 pm Light Dinner Reception
7:30 pm Erev Rosh Hashanah Evening Service Sanctuary*

Rosh Hashanah-Day 1
Mon, Sept 30

9:15 am Tot Service Chapel**
10:00 am Morning Service Sanctuary*
11:15 am Youth Service Chapel**

Apples & Honey Reception Penn-Spero

Rosh Hashanah-Day 2
Tue, October 1

10:00 am Morning Service Chapel*
4:45 pm Community Tashlich-Meet on steps at 4:15 pm

Kol Nidrei
Tue, October 8

7:30 pm Evening Service Sanctuary*

Yom Kippur
Wed, October 9

9:45 am Tot Service Chapel**
10:30 am Morning Service Sanctuary*
10:30 am Youth Service Chapel**

2:45 pm Learning Sessions

4:00 pm Afternoon Service Sanctuary*
5:00 pm Memorial Service (Yizkor) Sanctuary*
5:45 pm Concluding Service (Neilah) Sanctuary*


*Tickets required (All Sanctuary Services)
**Complimentary Family Service tickets required

Yom Kippur Learning Sessions Are at 2:45 pm

“I lied. Now what?” With Rabbi Daniel Schaefer
For: Youth, ages 12-22
We all make mistakes and say things we regret. The question is, what do we do afterwards? Do we double down on our mistakes and pile lie upon lie? Or do we own up to our mistakes and seek forgiveness? Yom Kippur is the day for acknowledging our missteps, seeking forgiveness, and forgiving others. Join Rabbi Schaefer for an honest discussion about what happens when we lie and how to turn back.

Stillness in Motion: A Contemplative Nature Walk with Rabbi Audrey Marcus Berkman and Donna Rubenoff

Join Rabbi Berkman and Donna Rubenoff (longtime meditation practitioner and teacher) for an opportunity to receive and connect with the world around and within us. Drawing from Jewish prayer and text, from poetry, and from the sound of the shofar we will deepen our relationship to our mind, body, heart, and spirit. No experience necessary – open to all ages and backgrounds. For any accessibility questions, please contact Donna at

A Jewish Prayer of Gratitude: Birchat HaGomel With Larry and Denise Green
The Birchat HaGomel is recited by those who have endured life threatening illnesses and near death experiences. Larry and Denise Green will lead a study of this blessing, and there will be an opportunity for those who wish to share their experiences.

Sat, February 22 2020 27 Sh'vat 5780