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Socially Distant Sukkah Gathering at Temple Israel with music, learning, and conversations.
PS: No plans for a meal together....
Our sukkah building team will meet at 11Am and work together until the basic structure is up.
Handy with tools? Like to work on teams? Come participate in this mitzvah!
We're creating a space for Jews of Color, Sephardi and Mizrachi (JOCSM) to socially distance gather in the Temple Israel sukkah.
Monday September 28
9:15-10:00 Intention setting and chanting Rabbi Andrea and Friends
10-10:50 Shacharit Service Yosl Kurland and R. Andrea (M)
10:50-12:00 Torah Service, Sermon, Message from the Board
12:30 PM Musaf (M)
2 PM Children's Program
5:30 Creative Mincha: Brief service and Moving to the Story of Jonah
6:15 Neilah and Final Shofar Blast; Havdalah (M)
Sunday September 27
6:15 Candle lighting and Kol Nidrei and Maariv
Rabbi Andrea and Yosl Kurland (M)
Join for all or part of our second day observances of Rosh Hashana:
Join us for all or part of the High Holiday rituals. Please note, there is no shofar service first day, as it falls on Shabbat
9:15-9:30 AM: Intention setting and chant with Rabbi Andrea
9:30-10:00 AM: Sephardi Birchot HaShachar/Psukei/Psalms and songs with Justin Sundell-Thomas & Ryan O'Donnell
10:00-11:00 AM: Shacharit with Rabbi Andrea and Yosl Kurland
11:10 AM-12:10 PM: Torah reading and Aliyot Blessings, words from the rabbi and closing prayers
12:15 Apples and honey and kiddush
Evening service of Rosh HaShana with Yosl Kurland and sermon by Rabbi Andrea. Rabbi will address Social Cohesion: Building the Beloved Community.
Services will be said from Machzor Chadash (the black Machzor we previously used). Machzors (and other special materials to help you make a sacred space in your homes) are available at TI starting the week of September 7. Please contact the office to arrange for pick-up or delivery.
Open the high holiday season with a check in with your friends in the community. Blessings with Rabbi Andrea and check-ins hosted by your friends. Show us pictures of your new grandbabies and sons-in-law. Catch us up on your retirements and new endeavors. How has this year been for you?
Provide your own kiddush.
We look forwazrd to seeing you!