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High Holy Days 2022/5783

Handy Links

The URJ Reflection Project Click to explore this meaningful new way to welcome the High Holidays from the URJ.

The Shofar Blast: Elul 5782 (Weekly Messages from the Clergy in the Month Leading Up to the High Holy Days)

Schedule of HHD Services (including access information)

High Holy Day Prayerbook Information

Guest Tickets to HHD Services:
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Ushering Sign Up Form: (This form is now closed.)

Book of Memory Submission Form (This form is now closed.) 

Women of Beth Ahabah Honey Fundraiser (Orders are now closed.) 

Schedule of HHD Services & Programs

NOTE: Safety protocols concerning in-person events are subject to change.

Services below marked with an asterisk (*) indicate that a password is needed to access the service virtually. 
Virtual access information will be sent to Members in a mailing as well as via email, and sent to Guests via email. 

S'lichot (Penitential prayers that begin the High Holy Day season)

Sat. Sept. 17, 2022 
S'lichot Nature Walk & Havdalah @ 4:00 pm at Maymont Park (click here for details)

Rosh Hashanah (The Jewish New Year, and the beginning of the 10 Days of  Awe & Repentance)

Sun. Sept. 25, 2022
*Evening Service @ 7:30pm (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)

Mon. Sept. 26, 2022
Young Family Service @ 9:00am (in-person or virtual access on our YouTube Channel)
*Morning Service @ 11:00am (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)
*Afternoon Service @ 2:30pm (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)
Tashlich Celebration at Pony Pasture with Kona Ice Truck @ 4:30pm (in-person only)

Yamim Noraim (The Days of Awe, also called the Aseret Y'mei T'shuvah, or 10 Days of Repentance)

The 10 Days of Awe are from Mon Sept 26 to Wed Oct 5, 2022.

Sun. Oct. 2, 2022
HHD Cemetery Memorial Service at Hebrew Cemetery @ 1:00pm (in-person only)
To download a handout for use at home or during a private cemetery visit, click here.
Hebrew Cemetery hours are Sunday-Friday, 8am-4pm.

Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement, the culmination of the 10 Days of Repentance)

Tues. Oct. 4, 2022
*Kol Nidre Evening Service @ 7:30pm (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)

Wed. Oct. 5, 2022
Young Family Service @ 9:00am (in-person or virtual access on our YouTube Channel)
*Morning Service @ 11:00am (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)
Discussion with the Rabbi @ ~1:15pm (in-person only)
*Afternoon Service of Healing Featuring Jonah Reading @ 2:30pm (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)
*Yizkor Memorial Service @ 4:15pm (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)
*Neilah Concluding Service @ 5:15pm (in-person or virtual access, password is needed to access the service virtually)

Sukkot (One of Three Pilgrimage Festivals from Ancient Israel, celebrating the harvest and our relationship with nature)

(a prelude to Sukkot: join us for First Friday in October and make Sukkah decorations!)

Sun. Oct. 9, 2022
Erev Sukkot Service @ 6:15pm (in-person or virtual access on our YouTube Channel)

Sukkot continues from Mon. Oct. 10 to Sun. Oct. 16, 2022.
Click here for Sukkot Resources, including photos you can use as a background on your phone, desktop, or Zoom!

Simchat Torah (Celebrating the Torah, the festival when we complete our annual Torah reading cycle and begin it anew)

Sun. Oct. 16, 2022
Erev Simchat Torah Service @ 6:15pm featuring Klezmer/Roma band My Son the Doctor!
(in-person or virtual access on our YouTube Channel)

Mon, December 5 2022 11 Kislev 5783