Yom Kippur

Service Schedule

8:30 am Morning Service – Ruach Service

As on Rosh Hashanah, our Yom Kippur Ruach Service is led by our Rabbis, Cantor, and Ruach Ensemble. This slightly abbreviated service is filled with contemporary music, a Torah Service, and a sermon. Free childcare is available during this service, but requires Registration.

10:15 am: Tot Service (Sanctuary)

This “pre-reader” High Holiday experience is designed for our youngest children, ages 0-6, and their families. Participants will experience a sampling of the Yom Kippur service, including the chanting of Kol Nidre, singing fun songs together, and a story.

10:15 amChildren’s Service (Downstairs Auditorium)

This service, designed for children in grades 2-5 and their families, contains many elements of our High Holiday services for our students who may not be ready for the other adult service offerings.

11:15 am: Traditional Style

This service is the most traditional of our Yom Kippur daytime experiences. We will explore the depth of our Holiday Machzor (prayer book), hear the Torah reading, a sermon, and traditional selections of music. Free childcare is available during this service, but requires Registration.

2:00 pm: Food for Thought Forum: My Relationship with Israel

Free childcare is available during the forum, but requires Registration.

2:00 pm: 8th-12th Grade Programming – Youth Lounge

Our teens will join together for an engaging discussion about Israel with new CLASP Fellow/Youth Director, Jake Levine.

3:00 pm Contemplative music in the sanctuary

3:30 pm Afternoon worship, including Healing Service, The Afternoon/Minchah Service, Eileh Ezk’rah, Yizkor, Neilah, 

Following Afternoon worship: Break-the-Fast with Bet Shalom: Registration necessary (no charge).

Free childcare is available during these afternoon services, but requires Registration.

Rosh Hashanah

Service Schedule

**Tashlich, the symbolic throwing of our sins into a flowing body of water, will be available throughout the day by the Holocaust Reflection Garden and flagpoles**

8:30 am: Rosh Hashanah Morning Service – Ruach Service

The Ruach Service is led by our Rabbis, Cantor, and Ruach Ensemble, who bring their musical talents all year to our Shabbat Ruach service on the 3rd Friday of each month. This slightly abbreviated service is filled with contemporary music, a Torah service, the sounding of the shofar, and a sermon. Free childcare is available during this service, but requires Registration 

10:15 am: Rosh Hashanah Tot Service (Sanctuary) 

This “pre-reader” High Holiday experience is designed for our youngest children, ages 0-6, and their families. Participants will be treated to a taste of Rosh Hashanah services, including the sounding of the shofar, fun songs, and a story.

10:15 am: Rosh Hashanah Children’s Service (Downstairs Auditorium)

This service, designed for our children in grades 2-5, and their families, contains many elements of our High Holiday services for our students who may not be ready for the other adult service offerings.

11:15 am: Rosh Hashanah Morning Service – Traditional Style

This service is the most traditional of our Rosh Hashanah daytime experiences.  We will explore the depth of our Holiday Machzor (prayer book), hear the Torah reading, a sermon, and traditional selections of music. Free childcare is available during this service, but requires Registration