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Rosh Hashanah Day


We move deeper into the spirit of the Holy Days, listening closely to the needs of our souls. The morning includes a Shofar Service as well as creative indoor-outdoor exploration of our Torah Portion chosen for this year: Lech lecha – Abraham and Sarah's departure on a journey into the unknown.

The day will open with two starting options: a meditative hour for adults and a Rosh Hashanah experience for young children and their families (and congregants who wish to go intergenerational).

The morning will conclude with a vegetarian potluck followed by Tashlich.

9:30 AM   Morning Family Experience, for folks with young children and all congregants who enjoy being with them. Led by Janet Rae Jorgensen.
9:30 AM   Alternative Adult Meditative Session (1 hour), led by Leiah Bowden
10:30 AM  Morning Service, including Shofar blasts and experiential Torah service, continues for Adults; Child Care Begins
1:00 PM - Vegetarian Potluck Lunch
2:15 PM -  Tashlich ritual begins on the Labyrinth in the East Parking Lot

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Wishing you a happy, healthy new year.

Watch this spot for details about the High Holy Days 5779.

This day will include a Family Service at 9:30 and a simultaneous contemplative service for adults. Followed by a combined morning service, including Storahtelling.

At 1pm there will be a vegetarian potluck lunch, followed by a 2:30pm tashlich ritual.


Earlier Event: September 9
Rosh Hashanah Evening