Please select this series to experience the High Holy Days from the comfort of your home. Please note that we will be working with our friends at ProAngle Media (who produced the live stream for the past two High Holy Days) at Barnum Hall. The live stream from the KI Sanctuary will be similar to our Zoom offerings on regular Friday Shabbat services. Other services will not be available via live stream.
All viewing links will be emailed in September (prior to the start of the Erev Rosh Hashanah)
The schedule for High Holy Days services is as follows:
Sunday, September 25th - Erev Rosh Hashanah Service (7:30pm) - Barnum Hall
Monday, September 26th - Rosh Hashanah Morning Service (10:00am) - KI Sanctuary & Barnum Hall
Tuesday, October 4th - Erev Yom Kippur / Kol Nidre Evening Service (7:30pm) - KI Sanctuary & Barnum Hall
Wednesday, October 5th - Yom Kippur Morning Service (10:00am) - KI Sanctuary & Barnum Hall
All are invited to these non-ticketed services:
Saturday, September 17th - Selichot (8:00pm) at Kehillat Israel, (Courtyard) - No live stream available
Monday, September 26th - Tashlich (5:00pm) at Will Rogers Beach (Lifeguard Tower #5) - No live stream available
Tuesday, September 27th - 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah (10:00am) at Kehillat Israel, (Sanctuary)
On Yom Kippur (Wednesday, October 5th), we conclude the High Holy Days with the following non-ticketed events:
Congregational Study (1:00pm) - From KI
Guest Speaker (4:00pm) - From Barnum Hall
Mincha (4:30pm) - KI Sanctuary & Barnum Hall
Yizkor (Memorial) (5:00pm) - KI Sanctuary & Barnum Hall
Ne'ilah (Closing Service) (5:30pm) - KI Sanctuary & Barnum Hall
In order to provide a meaningful High Holy Days experience for families and the youngest members of our community, we offer two special outdoor family-friendly services at St. Matthew's:
Sunday, September 25th - High Holy Days on the Hill - Erev Rosh Hashanah (5:00pm) - No live stream available
Tuesday, October 4th - High Holy Days on the Hill - Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre (5:00pm) - No live stream available
No ticket or RSVP is required and these family services are open to congregants and non-congregants.
Kehillat Israel, a Reconstructionist Congregation, is an inclusive spiritual Jewish community, providing a warm, nurturing environment where we pray, learn, educate, and perpetuate Torah and Jewish values, while serving the greater community. To learn more about KI, please visit ourki.org.
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