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                                              5783  / 2022-2023 High Holy Days

                                                         

Click Here for  HHD Schedule (Printable - PDF)

Click Here to go to     COA Calendar

Register for Yom Kippur Morning service, YK Youth service, Pizza in the Sukkah & New Member dinner, and Simchat Torah dinner

There will be NO Child Care provided for Rosh Hashanah Day 1 or Yom Kippur Morning service due to lack of interest.

All High Holy Day Sanctuary events will available on Zoom and on YouTube. In joining us via zoom, you consent to your image being recorded/projected and appearing live in the sanctuary and on YouTube. Please be sure your video is off (in the lower left corner you see the un-mute and the start video buttons.)
 

 CLICK HERE for ZOOM   CLICK HERE for YOUTUBE

 

 

Holiday 101 - Traditions That Inspire Our Lives with Rabbi Sherry Grinsteiner

Discussion of each holiday's Who, What, Where, and How. We will learn the different holidays' traditions and their relevance to our lives today. We will also share ideas that inspire us as we celebrate the holidays with our families at home.  In-person and Zoom. Register for any number of classes.

Click Here to go to     COA Calendar for Registration 

Wednesday, September 28th, 7-8 PM – Yom Kippur

Thursday, October 6th, 7-8 PM – Sukkot

Thursday, October 13th, 7-8 PM – Simchat Torah

 

Digging Deeper: Archaeology & the Bible with Frankie Snyder

Tuesdays at 7:00 - 8:00 PM, Session 3 October 13th: "The Garments of the High Priest"

Zoom Only. Please visit our COA Calendar on our website and click on the event to Register, a confirmation email will be sent out with the Zoom link.

5783 High Holy
Day Gift
 

Thank you for your donation! No matter the amount, your generosity is much appreciated!

                                             

             

We are pleased to share that during the High Holy Day season we will resume the "Corner of Our Fields" tzedakah initiative that we have previously participated in. We will collect new canned and un-opened boxed food items to donate to the Weinstein JCC Elmer Toth Food Pantry, a longtime member of FeedMore. We have established a wonderful collaborative relationship with the JCC Food pantry by donating to them the harvest from our Gan Chesed garden, all of which has been gratefully received. Please think of those in need and drop off  any of the items listed below at the collection boxes located in the synagogue foyer by OCTOBER 16th. If purchasing canned goods, please buy the ones with the pull tab lids since those who are homeless may not have access to a can opener

!Together We Can Make A Difference

For more information please contact Sue Geller at susanrgeller@gmail.com 

Requested Items Listed Below: (NO GLASS CONTAINERS)

Proteins:  Canned Meats (Tuna, Chicken, Spam, Etc.), Peanut Butter, Other Nut Butters (Almond, Hazelnut, Etc.), Canned Stews or Soups

Vegetables/Fruits: Spaghetti and Alfredo Sauce in cans, Canned Fruit, Applesauce, Jello Pudding Cups, Fruit Cups 

Grains, Pasta, and Other items:  Cereal, Cookies, Beans, Crackers, Pasta, Powered Milk, Laundry Detergent, Tissues, Toothpaste, Dish Soap         

                                             

 

We have also created a link where you can make a financial contribution!  Every dollar counts and for every $10 raised will provide 40 meals!            

Join  the Congregation Or Atid Team!

 CLICK HERE to donate....

Mon, October 3 2022 8 Tishrei 5783