Tuesday, September 18, 2018
8:00pm - Kol Nidrei Service [tickets required]

The music of Kol Nidrei prepares us for reflection and repentance.  Rabbi Cohen, Cantor Richard Newman, and the Sinai High Holy Day Choir are joined by our special guest musicians on oboe, cello and piano.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
9:30am - Yom Kippur Morning Service [tickets required]

Led by our clergy and High Holy Day Choir, the morning service is a time for reflection and prayer with an opportunity to fulfill the mitzvah of hearing the shofar as it is blown. Our exceptional youth programming is offered for ages K4-6th grade which includes holiday activities and a special youth service. 7th & 8th graders are encouraged to begin in services with the adults before taking a break from the main service to have a group discussion in a more relaxed atmosphere. Baby sitting is available for 6 months - 3 years.

12:30pm - Adult Study Session
We reflect on the messages and themes of the High Holy Days.

3:00pm - Yom Kippur Afternoon Service of Healing and Forgiveness

During this special service, classical music is played and the Ark remains open. Individuals and small groups are openly invited to take turns approaching the Ark for private prayers and reflection.

4:30pm - Yizkor (Memorial) Service

5:30pm - N’ilah (Concluding) Service
The final opportunity to reflect on High Holy Day themes before the gates of repentance close. Bring your shofar and join in the final shofar blast of this holiday season. Children are invited to share in a special candlelit service that ends with the havdallah service - Sinai style.

6:30pm - Break-the-Fast Meal sponsored by Women of Sinai - ALL ARE WELCOME!

Kugels & Desserts Needed! If you are able to bake a kugel or dessert for Break Fast, please let us know by 8/27 by registering at Eventbrite. If you are unable to bake, monetary donations are also appreciated. Please make checks payable to Women of Sinai and mail or drop off at the synagogue office.

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