VeHashevota El Levavecha: Return to Your Heart
In these turbulent times, the High Holy Days offer an opportunity to ignite the love, compassion, and strength of our courageous hearts. The imperative of the Holy Days is for each of us to return to our essence. Join us in loving community as we return to do this work together. We will enliven traditional liturgy with new melodies and soulful songs from across cultures, as well as explore ancient wisdom to find modern meaning.
Service Leaders: Zvika Krieger | Lior Tsarfaty | Sarah Elise Rund
Guest Cantorial Soloist: Ariel Hendelman
Musicians: Kaila Flexer | Michaelle Goerlitz | Doni Benedictson
In Exodus, Sukkot is referred to as Chag Ha’asif, the Festival of Ingathering – the feast that happens as we harvest and gather the fruits of the earth. This Sukkot, we will practice ushpizin, the calling in of our biblical and our own ancestors, as it is done on this holiday. More info »
As part of our High Holy Days, we are offering special programs for children and families.
CHILDCAREDue to Covid considerations, we are unable to offer childcare during our regular High Holy Day services. Children are welcome to attend services with their parents.
In consultation from our medical advisor, Chochmat HaLev will no longer check Covid vaccination status at events.
We will continue to require N-95, KN-95, or surgical masking for indoor events. Masks must cover your nose and mouth at all times. Cloth masks and ventilated masks of any kind are not acceptable. Appropriate masks will be provided as needed.
We will provide passive ventilation (e.g. open windows and doors under the supervision of security-trained personnel) and other equipment as available.
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