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HIGH HOLIDAYS AT CBH

Register Now for the High Holidays!

Members and Returning Non-Members - click HERE to register (Members, make sure you're logged in first.)

Not a member?  No worries; you're welcome!  If you've never spent the High Holidays with us before, we want to make it easy for you to be part of the celebration this year.  A contribution of only $18 will allow your entire family to attend any and all of our High Holidays services and events.  Click here to register for first-time guest passes.

Important High Holiday Information

Children's Programming

On the first day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, baby-sitting provided for babies and toddlers; children's programs for pre-school - grade 4; youth service, and special discussions for teens. Many children enjoy our musical and accessible main services, too.  We have set aside a space in the sanctuary for small children to play and a supply of toys is available.  Your kids are welcome to bring their own books and quiet toys, too.

 

Tashlich
Tashlich will immediately follow the Rosh Hashanah morning service (after we have all had a snack at the oneg). Please plan to join us for a brief stroll to the nearby river to cast bread on the water in this meaningful service.


Break-the-Fast

As usual, we will mark the end of Yom Kippur with a communal Break-the-Fast dinner, immediately following the close of afternoon services at about 6:30 pm.

 

Parking

Parking is available in our lot and on the street. Handicapped parking is also available. We would like to accommodate everyone who needs a handicap parking space. It is critical that you indicate this request in the check-off box on the form so that we can be sure to allot sufficient spaces for those who need this accommodation.  Anyone parking in a handicapped spot must display an official handicapped tag.

High Holiday Schedule

SHOFAR BLOWING WORKSHOP - ALL AGES

Saturday, September 21, 9:00 am

SELICHOT

Saturday, September 21, 7:30 pm  service

ROSH HASHANAH

Sunday, September 29

7:30 pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah

Monday, September 30

9:30 am: Morning Service
9:30 am:  Programming  for Younger Children and Child Care for babies and toddlers

Simultaneous with Torah Service:
Youth and Family Service(pre-k-6 grade)
Teen discussion

12:45 pm (approximate): Tashlich

Tuesday, October 1

9:30 am: Morning Service

MUSICAL SHABBAT SHUVAH

Friday, October 4, 7:30 pm  service

YOM KIPPUR

Tuesday, October 8

7:30 pm: Kol Nidre

Wednesday, October 9

9:30 am: Morning Service
9:30 am: Programming for Younger Children and and Child Care for Babies and Toddlers Begins

Simultaneous with Torah Service:

Youth and Family Service (pre-k-6 grade) and teen discussion
1:30-3:30 pm: Read and Study the Book of Jonah

4:00 pm Services resume (Minchah, Yizkor, Ne'ilah)

6:30 pm: Community Break-the-Fast

High Holiday Appeal

Like all synagogues, CBH depends on the generosity of its members to maintain our community. Dues and fees cover only a part of our expenses. At the High Holidays, we ask you to give as generously as you can to the High Holiday Appeal so we can continue to support all our services and programs as well as our beautiful building. Please make a donation when you register!

High Holiday Readings

If you have the honor of reading one of the Torah or haftarah portions or blessings, you can find the English and Hebrew texts and recordings for them right here.  

Tue, October 15 2019 16 Tishrei 5780