High Holy Days 2023 – 5784
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We can’t wait to celebrate the High Holy Days, welcoming in the new year of possibility and learning together. Slifka Center is holding Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox services, serving holiday meals, and offering a variety of learning opportunities and programs. For security, service locations will be provided upon registration. Ticket Registration for services can be found using the “Register here” button below, and meal registration can be found at the bottom of the page including shabbat!
For a PDF of all the High Holiday Info, click here.
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Again this year, student authors have written and illustrated their reflections on the High Holidays for this annual special edition of Shibboleth. You can view them here.
Rosh Hashanah, September 15-17
September 15-17: Rosh Hashanah Services
Reform: Evening Service 9/15: 6:30pm, Morning Service 9/16: 10am-1pm
Conservative: Evening Service 9/15: 6:45pm, Morning Services 9/16 and 9/17: 9:30am-1pm
Orthodox: Evening services 9/15 and 9/16: 6:45pm, Morning Services 9/16 and 9/17: 9am-1:30pm
Third Meal: 5:00pm
Dinner period extended to 8:30pm for those fasting
Activities & Learning Opportunities
In partnership with Tikkun Hayam; Repair the Sea, Slifka will be taking part in the 6th annual international Reverse Tashlich, an international Jewish community waterfront cleanup. Reverse Tashlich is a modern ritual of a local cleanup grounded in the Jewish ethical principle of bal tashchit, do not destroy. This year we will be working with the Mill River Trail project. The walking group will be leaving Slifka at 11:15pm to arrive at the Mill River Trail at 12pm.
To register for tickets for services:
Yom Kippur, September 24-25
Pre-fast meal – 4:30-6:00pm
Reform: Kol Nidre 9/24: 6:30pm, Morning service 9/25: 10am-1pm, Afternoon, Memorial (Yizkor) and Closing 10/5: 5:30pm
Conservative: Kol Nidre 9/24: 6:25pm, Shaharit/Musaf 9/25: 9am-2pm, Mincha/Neilah 9/25: 5:00pm
Orthodox: Mincha 9/24: 1:15-2pm, Kol Nidre 9/24: 6:25pm, Shaharit/Musaf 9/25: 9am-3pm, Mincha/Neilah 9/25: 5:00pm
The Robert ’59 and Louise Arias Break-fast – 9/25 at 7:45-8:45pm, free for all attending
Slifka Center wishes to acknowledge with gratitude the following Endowment Funds which support High Holy Days at Slifka Center:
The Robert ’59 and Louise Arias Yom Kippur Break-Fast Endowment
Frank Bernstein ’61 Family Music Endowment
The Fleischer Passover and High Holy Days Endowment
The Bernard and Norma Lytton Apples and Honey Kiddush Fund
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