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High Holidays 2018/5779

Join us for the Holidays and help us kick off a new year of community, spiritual growth, learning, and just enjoying one another's company at CBH.  This year we're going to be focusing especially on strengthening our bonds and breaking down barriers that separate us.

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Never celebrated the High Holidays with us before?  You are welcome! Your whole family can come to all our High Holiday services for less than the cost of Sunday brunch!  LEARN MORE AND REGISTER.

High Holiday Schedule of Services

Erev Rosh Hashanah - September 9th, 7:30 pm


Rosh Hashanah, September 10th, 9:30 am

     Tashlich, following service and oneg


Rosh Hashanah, Day 2, September 11th, 9:30 am


Kol Nidre, September 18th, 7:30 pm


Yom Kippur Morning Services, September 19th, 9:30 am

       Between-the-Services Program, 1:30 pm

      Afternoon Services Resume 4:00 pm

      Community Break-the-Fast, 6:30 pm


Everything You Need to Know About High Holidays at CBH

High Holidays at CBH are meaningful, musical, even fun.  Our services are serious but kid-friendly, with special areas for young children so they can stay with their parents as well as baby sitting and great programming for primary school kids.  Our lay cantor, choir, and musicians add to the beauty of the occasion and involve us all in its celebration.  See below for everything you need to know.

Questions?  Call 908-277-0200

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, and they're welcome to bring their books and quiet toys.  A special area will be set up in the Sanctuary where young children can play quietly with their parents.


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.


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 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.

High Holiday Readings - Text and Audio Files

Accepted an aliyah on High Holidays?  Volunteered to chant or read the Torah portion, Haftarah, or Haftarah blessings?

Don't be nervous.  Audio files and text are right here.

Sat, August 18 2018 7 Elul 5778