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                       High Holy Days 2021 / 5782

As much as ever, we need the High Holy Day season this year.
We need this season to rediscover hope and joy.
And to rediscover each other, because we’re in this together.

We are offering online and in-person services, and do-it-yourself resources; traditional services, alternative services, family services, and other experiences!

Scroll down for a description of services and events

                   Service and Program Descriptions

Traditional Services

Traditional prayers and melodies, interspersed with short explanations and music live or prerecorded by our Zimria choir. Led by Rabbi Jon, Cantor Stan Juda, Sharon Spivak and other congregants.

Click here for more description, schedule/outline of morning services, and melodies

ReNewYear Services


 

Shorter, upbeat and contemplative service for seekers and those looking for a change of pace. Prayers in new versions and styles, and new ways of looking at old rituals and words. Led this year by congregants Laura Hegfield and Liz Macedo, and Rabbi Jon.

Click here for more information and melodies and to download a copy of the ReNewYear prayerbook 

Family Services


 

Gather with other families for singing, stories, and rituals of the New Year. On Rosh Hashanah we’ll have gather by a river to hear the shofar and throw away our mistakes. On Yom Kippur we’ll hear the story of Jonah!

Tashlich

On the afternoon of the first day of Rosh Hashanah, we gather in the afternoon by the Nashua River for a brief ceremony to throw our wrongs and bad habits into the river to be carried away.

Shofar Together



On the second day
of Rosh Hashanah, come
to our parking lot for 15 minutes to hear the shofar
in person and get that sense
of large community we’re
missing this year.

Shofar To You



We want to make sure every congregant can hear the
shofar in person, live.
Sign up here and someone will come to your yard or to a public place near you so you can hear the 100 traditional blasts.

Private Sanctuary Time

If you want to be in our sacred space but not with other people, reserve 15 minutes during the weeks of Elul or the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Stand in front of the ark, and if you wish hear the shofar and receive a blessing.
Click here to view available times and sign up

Do It Yourself Resources

Thu, September 23 2021 17 Tishrei 5782