High Holy Days may be over but you can still read what you missed!

Rabbi Zari’s erev Rosh Hashanah sermon, Singing and working and fighting for our Lives: click Singing and Working and Fighting for our Lives

Rabbi Zari’s Rosh Hashanah sermon, Becoming a Mensch: click Rabbi Zari’s sermon Becoming a Mensch

Una Tana Tokef: click Una Tana Tokef Lesser

Kathleen Orlin’s Jewish Journey: click Jewish Journey – Kathleen Orlin

Katie Harris’s request for support: click Katie Harris’s request for support

Ethan Trooskin Zoller’s request for support: click Ethan Trooskin-Zoller’s request for support

Phil Bereano’s Jewish Journey: JEWISH JOURNEY Kol Nidre 2017

David Levy’s Yom Kippur D’var: David Levy’s D’var

Simchat Torah

Wednesday evening, October 11 at 6:00 pm

Put on your dancing shoes as we dance with the Torah on Wednesday evening, October 11 at 6:00pm  Simchat Torah celebrates concluding the cycle of reading the Torah, and beginning all over again.  We’ll have Klezmer music to accompany us as we dance 7 hakafot, or circuits around with the Torah, and then unroll it around the sanctuary so we can see it from beginning to end.  Please bring some things to nosh on throughout the evening (no meat, shellfish, or nuts please!).  All welcome and encouraged to attend!

Also, it is customary on the last day of Succot to recite Yizkor prayers for loved ones we have lost.  Those who would like to remember loved ones in a more personal way are invited to join on Thursday evening, October 12 at 7:00 p.m. for an alternative Yizkor gathering.  There will be opportunities for those who would like to share memories of their loved ones with others.  All welcome.