2020 High Holy Days

Below you can find a number of High Holy Days details including:

Blowing of the shofar.

RSVPs for the High Holy Days are closed.
For further assistance please contact us.

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Holy-at-Home Amidah

High Holy Day Schedule

Sat., September 12 (7:30 pm ET) – Selichot

Fri., September 18 (6:30 pm ET) – Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sat., September 19 (10:00 am ET) – Rosh Hashanah 1

Sun., September 20 (10:00 am ET) – Rosh Hashanah 2

Sun, September 20 (3:00pm ET) – Tashlich (conditions permitting)

Fri., September 25 (7:30 pm ET) –Shabbat Shuvah – Link on the event page

Sun., September 27 (6:00 pm ET) – Kol Nidre– Link in your email upon RSVP

Mon., September 28 (10:00 am ET) – Yom Kippur – Link in your email upon RSVP

2:30 PM Breath-Body Session with Daniella
3:30 PM Avodah Love Ritual
4: 30 PM Minchah & Jonah
5: 30 PM Ne’ilah & Havdalah

Suggested Items

Please use this list of suggested items to have to elevate your experience of the High Holy Days at home. By gathering all these objects to see, smell, taste, and touch you can bring the holiness of the season into your home.

Erev Rosh Hashanah

  • Candles to light
  • Something bitter:  Bitter herbs, a spoon of salt
    or distilled vinegar
  • Wine or grape juice (for 4 cups or sips)
  • Date (the eating kind)
  • Pomegranate seeds
  • Round challah/cracker
  • Apple slices & honey

Rosh Hashanah Mornings

  • Tallit or shawl
  • Wine for Kiddush
  • Bread for Motzi
  • Bread for tashlich (which will be on Sunday)

Kol Nidre

  • Tallit or shawl
  • Candles
  • Yahrtzeit candles (some people light one for each loved one in memory)

Yom Kippur

  • Tallit or shawl
  • Photos of loved ones for Yizkor time
  • Stones to hold for Yizkor time
  • Two cups of wine, havdalah candle, and spices for the end of the holiday (Ne’ilah & Havdalah)
  • A break-fast supper for after Ne’ilah

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