High Holy Day Services 5778

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Selichot
Motzei Shabbat, September 19

  • Selichot Services: 10:00pm

Erev Rosh Hashanah
Wednesday, September 20

  • Candle Lighting: 6:37pm
  • An Eruv Tavshilin must be prepared on Wednesday afternoon to ensure that you may prepare food for Shabbat on the second day of Rosh Hashanah
     
  • Mincha/Maariv: 6:30pm
  • Brief Vort by Rabbi Sam Reinstein

Rosh Hashanah – First Day
Thursday, September 21

  • Shacharit: 9:00am
  • Torah Reading: 10:30am
  • Drash by Rabbi Sam Reinstein: 11:15am
  • Shofar and Mussaf: 11:3oam
  • Kiddush wine and bread for hamotzi available, but no communal lunch at shul
  • Tashlich: following lunch (Tashlich may be made through Hoshanah Rabbah, except on Shabbat)
     
  • Mincha: 6:45pm
  • Followed by a short D’var Torah by Rabbi Sam Reinstein
  • Maariv: 7:15pm
  • Candle Lighting: after 7:35pm (from pre-existing flame)

Rosh Hashanah – Second Day
Friday, September 22

  • Shacharit: 9:00am
  • Torah Reading: 10:30am
  • Drash by Rabbi Sam Reinstein: 11:15am
  • Shofar and Mussaf: 11:30am
  • Kiddush wine and bread for hamotzi available, but no communal lunch at shul
     
  • Mincha/Maariv: 6:30pm
  • Shabbat Candle Lighting: 6:34pm (from pre-existing flame)

Shabbat Shuva
Saturday, September 23

  • Shacharit: 9:30am
  • Shabbat Shuva Drash by Rabbi Sam Reinstein: 11:30am
  • Community kiddush lunch in shul following services
     
  • Mincha and Seudat Shlishit: 6:20pm
  • Maariv: 7:20pm
  • Havdallah: 7:32pm

 

Tzom Gedaliah
Sunday, September 24

  • Fast Begins: 5:33am
     
  • Shacharit 8:30am
  • Mincha: 6:40pm
  • Maariv: 7:10pm
  • Fast Ends: 7:19pm

 

Return: An Open Mic Event
Wednesday, September 27, 8:30pm

  • As the High Holidays commence, we are all trying to Return. It may be to our faith, or to each other, but we also return to ourselves. In this Open Mic we want to create a safe space for people to share their thoughts on what it means to them to "return".
  • $5 cover
  • Fill out this form to be added to the open mic lineup
  • More Information on Facebook

     

    Erev Yom Kippur (Erev Shabbat) 
    Friday, September 29

    • Mincha: 6:20pm
    • Candle Lighting/Fast Begins: 6:22pm
    • Kol Nidre and Maariv: 6:45pm

    Yom Kippur
    Saturday, September 30

    • Shacharit: 9:00am
    • Yizkor: 11:00am
    • Mincha: 4:30pm
    • Neilah: 5:45pm
    • Final Shofar Blast: 7:20pm
    • Community Break-Fast following services sponsored by Dr. Matthew and Mrs. Naomi Pincus

     

    Community Sukkah Building
    Sunday, October 1

    • Shacharit: 8:30am
    • Help to build the CKI Sukkah and decoration-making party for children: following davening

     

    Erev Sukkot
    Wednesday, October 4

    • Candle Lighting: 6:14pm
    • An Eruv Tavshilin must be prepared on Wednesday afternoon to ensure that you may prepare food for Shabbat on the second day of Sukkot
    • Mincha and Maariv: 6:15pm

    Sukkot – First Day
    Thursday, October 5

    • Shacharit: 9:30am
    • Hoshanahs (Lulav Parade): ~11:30am
       
    • Mincha/Maariv: 6:30pm
    • Candle Lighting: after 7:11pm (from pre-existing flame)

    Sukkot – Second Day
    Friday, October 6

    • Shacharit: 9:30am
    • Hoshanahs (Lulav Parade): ~11:30am
       
    • Shabbat Candle Lighting: 6:11pm (from a pre-existing flame)
    • Mincha/Maariv: 6:15pm

    Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot
    Saturday, October 7

    • Shacharit: 9:30am
    • Reading of Megilat Kohelet
    • Tot Shabbat: 10:30am
    • Hoshanahs: ~12:00pm
       
    • Mincha: 6:00pm
    • Seudat Shlishit in the Sukkah with special shirah (song) session following Mincha
    • Maariv: 7:00pm
    • Havdallah: 7:09pm

     

    Hoshanah Rabbah / Erev Shmini Atzeret
    Wednesday, October 11

    • Shacharit: 7:00am
       
    • Candle Lighting: 6:03pm
    • An Eruv Tavshilin must be prepared on Wednesday afternoon to ensure that you may prepare food for Shabbat on Simchat Torah
    • Mincha/Maariv: 6:00pm

    Shmini Atzeret
    Thursday, October 12

    • Shacharit: 9:30am
    • Yizkor: 11:15am
    • Tefilat Geshem: ~11:30am
    • Kiddush in the Sukkah following services
       
    • Mincha: 5:00pm
    • Candle Lighting: after 5:09pm (from pre-existing flame)
    • Maariv and Simchat Torah Revelry: 5:30pm
      • Hakafot, dancing, l’chayims, and fun for all ages! 
    • Simchat Torah Kiddush and Dinner must start before 6:19pm or after 7:00pm

    Simchat Torah
    Friday, October 13

    • Shacharit: 9:00am
    • Hakafot and Kids’ Parade: 10:00am
    • Torah Reading: 10:30am
       
    • Mincha/Maariv: 5:45pm
    • Shabbat Candle Lighting: 6:00pm (from a pre-existing flame)

    Shabbat Bereshit
    Saturday, October 14

    • Shacharit: 9:30am
    • Tot Shabbat: 10:30am
    • Kiddush following services
       
    • Mincha followed by Seudat Shlishit: 5:50pm
    • Maariv: 6:50pm
    • Havdalah: 6:58pm

    L'SHANAH TOVA TIKATEIVU!
    MAY WE BE INSCRIBED IN THE BOOK OF LIFE THIS YEAR!