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10 DAYS OF AWE

September 20 - September 27

DAILY MEDITATION 

Join Rabbi Knight for meditation and reflection that will give each of us a reliable space and time to help mindfully center ourselves on the spiritual work of the High Holy Day Season. Rabbi Knight will connect the wisdom of Jewish teachings to a guided meditation that will help each of us open our heart and soul.

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SHABBAT SHUVAH

 

SHABBAT SHUVAH SERVICE

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 AT 7:30 PM

Join Shabbat Shuvah, the special Shabbat Evening Service between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, with Rabbi Knight, Cantor Thomas, and visiting guest, Rabbi Goldstein-Stoll, the Senior Jewish Educator at Yale’s Slifka Center for Jewish Life. Rabbi Isaama Goldstein-Stoll was ordained by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio. Originally from the Washington D.C. area, Isaama was shaped by the Reform movement: from transformative experiences in NFTY and at URJ Camp Harlam to her studies at HUC-JIR. We are excited to learn and reflect with Rabbi Golstein-Stoll on Shabbat Shuvah.

TORAH STUDY

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 AT 9:00 AM

Join Rabbi Nichols for a special Torah Study on Shabbat Shuvah. No previous experience is necessary.

SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 AT 10:30 AM

Join our community for prayer, words of wisdom, and the public reading of the Torah.

Cemetery Gravestones

MEMORIAL SERVICE

It is customary to visit the graves of our ancestors during the High Holy Days. Join Charlotte-area Jewish clergy for an online memorial service sponsored by the Hebrew Cemetery. Together, we will honor our loved ones whose lives gave light to our lives. This service of mourning and memory is open to the greater Charlotte Jewish Community. 

COMMUNITY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 AT 10:30 AM

704.366.1948

info@templebethel.org

 

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Charlotte, NC 28226

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