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High Holidays 5781
Join us on-line for prayer services and other High Holy Day activities. 
Connection information for TBA Members will be provided prior to the High Holy Days. 
TBA Guests and anyone with questions about High Holy Days should contact:
email - HHD@brithachim.org; phone - 610-337-2222 option 6

Selichot - Saturday September 12


7:00pm TBA Selichot Pre-Program/all ages (bringyour-own-snack; enjoy music, poetry & short film; chat)
8:00pm Community Selichot Program (see flyer below)



Rosh Hashanah Evening - Friday September 18


7:15pm Gather and Chat
7:30pm Rosh Hashanah Evening Service (welcome the New Year with prayer)
8:40pm Music program/Kiddush (enjoy music by TBA members)



Rosh Hashanah - Saturday September 19


9:00am Children’s Service (geared for children 2nd grade and younger, and their families)
10:00am Rosh Hashanah Morning Service (followed by short break)
11:15am Torah Service, Shofar, Sermon
2:00pm Visiting Time (chat with friends; meet TBA leaders; enjoy the program)
3:00pm Learn about Music w/Cantor Malin (“Reflections on Music and Its Effect on Emotion, Spirit & Sound”; “Facts about HHD Music you may not know”)


 

Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day - Sunday September 20


9:00am RH Day 2 Adult Program (continue your holiday experience)
10:00am Preschool & Kindergarten Program (songs, story, activity, shofar)
10:45am 1st-3rd Grade Program (songs, story, scavenger hunt, shofar)
11:45am 4th-6th Grade Program (discuss the meaning of the holiday, scavenger hunt, prayers, shofar)
1:00pm Tashlich Picnic (in-person at Chesterbrook; bring-your-own-food)
2:00pm Tashlich Service (in-person at Chesterbrook or Zoom)


Kol Nidre - Sunday September 27


5:00pm Kol Nidre Family Experience (light candles; bless children; challah & honey; explore the meaning of Kol Nidre)
7:15pm Gather and Chat
7:30pm Kol Nidre Service (begins with the beauty of the Kol Nidre prayer)



Yom Kippur - Monday September 28


9:00am Children’s Service (geared for children 2nd grade and younger, and their families)
10:00am Yom Kippur Morning Service (followed by short break)
11:15am Torah Service and Sermon
12:15pm Yizkor (a time to remember those we have lost)
1:00pm Community Learning (details will be provided later)
4:15pm Torah activity for all ages
5:30pm Ne’ilah & Shofar (concluding service, with final shofar blast)
6:15pm Break-the-Fast (share greetings on-line while you enjoy your own dinner)

Sukkot


Friday, October 2


5:30 PM Zoom Sukkot and Shabbat Evening Family
Service with October Birthdays; Rabbi
Lazar will be in the Sukkah, weather permitting



Saturday, October 3


10:30 AM Zoom Sukkot and Shabbat Morning
Service; Rabbi Lazar will be in the Sukkah, weather permitting



Sunday, October 4


1:00 PM Sukkot Celebration at TBA (outdoors social distancing, weather permitting)
Sukkot, a Hebrew word meaning "booths" or "huts", refers to the Jewish
festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest, as well as the commemoration
of the forty years of Jewish wandering in the desert after Sinai. Sukkot is celebrated five days after Yom Kippur on the 15th of Tishrei. A sukkah is often erected by Jews during this festival, and it is common practice for some to eat and even live in these temporary dwellings during Sukkot.

Simchat Torah

 

Friday October 9
5:30 PM Zoom Simchat Torah and Shabbat Evening Service



Saturday, October 10


10:30 AM Zoom Simchat Torah and Shabbat Morning Service with Yizkor
Simchat Torah, Hebrew for "rejoicing in the Law", celebrates the completion of the annual reading of the Torah. Simchat Torah is a joyous festival, in which we affirm our view of the Torah as a tree of life and demonstrate a living example of never-ending, lifelong study. Torah scrolls
are taken from the ark and carried or danced around the synagogue seven times. During the Torah service, the concluding section of Deuteronomy is read, and immediately following, the opening section of Genesis, or B'reishit as it is called in Hebrew, is read.

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