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ROSH HASHANAH

Friday, September 18 at 7:30 pm

ROSH HASHANAH EVENING SERVICE

Join our clergy for a service full of warmth, spirit, and music. This service is designed for adults and older children. All ages are welcome.

JOIN US FOR OUR ROSH HASHANAH EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

ROSH HASHANAH MORNING SERVICE

for Families with Young Children

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 AT 9:00 AM

Sing, dance, and pray with Rabbi Klass, Rabbi Nichols, Ms. Patty, and Cecil the Puppet. This joyful live streamed holiday service using songs and stories is designed for families with infants through Kindergarten.

TESTS IN TORAH AND TESTS IN LIFE:

The Akeidah and the Journey to Becoming our Better Selves

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 AT 9:00 AM

The text that Jews across the globe read on Rosh HaShanah opens with God testing Abraham, calling him to sacrifice his son. Just as Abraham found himself tested in Torah, this past year has tested all of us. The Jewish year 5780 has been one of global trials. We will delve into wellsprings of Torah and the wisdom of today with Rabbi Schindler. What is the test? Who is testing us? What are we meant to learn?

ROSH HASHANAH MORNING SERVICE

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 AT 10:30 AM

Join our clergy team for a special service full of warmth, spirituality, and music. This service is designed for adults and children. Families can utilize the High Holy Days activity booklet to engage children throughout the service. Download on the TBECLT Gateway. Special remarks by Ben Benson, President of Temple Beth El.

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CHARLOTTE COLLEGE CONNECTION

- Rosh HaShanah and New Beginnings -

Start off the New Year on the right foot by connecting with other Charlotte college-aged young adults for a creative Rosh Hashanah experience with Rabbi Schindler, musician Patty Torcellini, and artist Betsy Rosen. Relate what is happening on campus to this Jewish sacred time. From racial justice to COVID-19 to simply getting our lives on track and staying balanced and healthy, this service will speak to our lives. We will even have the 100 blasts of the shofar as part of this experience. This program is sponsored by Jewish Life at Queens University, Belk Chapel, Hillel at UNC–Charlotte, Johnson C. Smith University, and Temple Beth El. For additional information, email dippoldt@queens.edu

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 AT 5:00 PM

 
Under Water

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

WRITE & REFLECT: A
DIGITAL TASHLICH
Download the service guide below for directions on how to symbolically cast away your sins.

Even when we are able to gather by the water as a group, it can be hard to reflect on our sins when we are poised to toss seeds and crumbs into the water. Join Rabbi Nichols for Digital Tashlich, including prompts to help individuals reflect on the last year by considering different types of sins and who they impact. Digitally cast away your sins by submitting them anonymously to our clergy (use form below). During the final service on Yom Kippur, in order to make our last communal confession more relevant, we are going to confess a list of sins shared anonymously by members of our community.

DIY TASHLICH
Download the service guide below for directions on how to symbolically cast away your sins.

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