Due to space constraints, High Holy Days services in the Kehillat Israel Sanctuary are only available to current congregants.
Childcare will be offered for children ages 2-5 only at KI location. This service will be offered for both ECC and non-ECC students. An email will be sent in August and RSVP will be required.
Please select this series for entry to the following services at Kehillat Israel (16019 W. Sunset Boulevard, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272) at these dates/times:
Saturday, September 16th - Rosh Hashanah Morning Service (10:00am)
Sunday, September 24th - Erev Yom Kippur / Kol Nidre Evening Service (7:30pm)
Monday, September 25th - Yom Kippur Morning Service (10:00am)
This ticket is also used on Erev Rosh Hashanah (Friday, September 15th) when there will be one service at 7:30pm at Barnum Hall (Santa Monica High School). For Barnum Hall parking and transit information, please click here.
All are invited to these non-ticketed services:
Saturday, September 9th - Selichot (8:00pm) at Kehillat Israel, (Courtyard)
Saturday, September 16th - Tashlich (5:00pm) at Will Rogers Beach (Lifeguard Tower #5)
Sunday, September 17th - 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah (10:00am) at Kehillat Israel, (Sanctuary)
On Yom Kippur (Saturday, September 25th), we conclude the High Holy Days with the following non-ticketed events at Kehillat Israel:
Congregational Study (1:00pm)
Access to Sanctuary (2:00pm-4:00pm)
Guest Speaker (Live Stream from Barnum Hall) (4:30pm)
Yizkor (Memorial) (5:00pm)
Reflections in front of the ark and Ne'ilah (Closing Service) (5:30pm)
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 the following dates/times at St. Matthew's:
Friday, September 15th - High Holy Days on the Hill - Erev Rosh Hashanah (5:00pm)
Sunday, September 24th - High Holy Days on the Hill - Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre (5:00pm)
No ticket or RSVP is required and these family services are open to congregants and non-congregants.
Parking at Kehillat Israel for the High Holy Days:
Please drive to the Muskingum Ave. garage entrance. When our garage becomes full, our valet service will park your car at a nearby lot. There is no parking at any time on Muskingum Ave. or direct parking at any neighboring lots. For additional parking and transit info for Kehillat Israel, please visit ourki.org/kiparking.
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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