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YOM KIPPUR

Wednesday, September 15 | 6:00 PM & 8:30 PM

KOL NIDREI - YOM KIPPUR EVENING SERVICE

Join our clergy for services filled with the power of Kol Nidrei, spirituality, and music. This service is designed for adults and older children. Advance registration (limited to 300 people) is required to attend in-person services. No registration is needed to join us online. 

JOIN US FOR OUR YOM KIPPUR WORSHIP & EVENTS

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 8:30 AM

YOM KIPPUR MORNING FAMILY SERVICE (In-Person)
Location: LJCC Outdoor Pavilion (Basketball Court)

Sing, dance, and pray with Rabbi Klass and Ms. Patty. This holiday service, using song and story, is designed for families with young and school-age children. Advance registration (limited to 120 people) is required to attend in-person services.

This service is currently fully-booked, to join our waitlist, please call 704-366-1948

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 8:30 AM

YOM KIPPUR MORNING FAMILY SERVICE (Online Only)

Join Rabbi Knight, Rabbi Nichols, and Cantor Thomas for a fun and engaging service with song, prayer, and story from the comfort of your own home. This service is offered via livestream and designed for families with young and school-age children. All are welcome to join us online; no registration is needed. 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 10:30 AM & 1:00 PM

YOM KIPPUR MORNING SERVICE WITH YIZKOR

Join our clergy for services full of warmth, spirituality, music, and meaning. This service is designed for adults and older children. The Yizkor memorial prayers will be offered at the conclusion of this service. Please make special note of this change from recent years. Advance registration (limited to 300 people) is required to attend in-person services. No registration is needed to join us online. 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 3:00 PM

YOM KIPPUR YOGA (Online Only)

Join Rabbi Klass for a special Yom Kippur themed yoga experience. Together we will reflect on the past year, prepare for the coming year, and reconnect with our bodies and minds. All are welcome to join us online; no registration is needed. 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 3:00 PM

RECKONING OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE EARTH
(Online Only)

In marking Rosh Hashanah 5782 as the beginning of a Shmita (sabbatical year), we will explore the ways our earth needs renewal.  What does repentance in our relationship with the earth require? What does environment justice entail? How can we live the commandment to love (of God, of our neighbor, and of the stranger) through our daily and political actions as it relates to our natural world? Join Rabbi Schindler to learn more. All are welcome to join us online; no registration is needed. 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 3:00 PM

WRITE NOW ON YOM KIPPUR (Online Only)

Gather for writing and reflection, an opportunity to create a bridge during this sacred time. Using the Amherst Writers & Artists Method, Ellen Reich (congregant and TriBE Core Leadership Team Co-Chair) will guide participants in both creating and witnessing from a deep and quiet place. Two optional meditative prompts will be offered, inspired by the holiness of the day. After each writing period, we will have time to share our raw writing efforts; Sharing is completely voluntary; feedback is limited to what we liked and/or what moved us. All are welcome to join us online; no registration is needed. 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 5:00 PM

HEALING, N'ILAH, & HAVDALAH

Join our clergy for a service full of warmth, spirituality, and music using Temple Beth El’s special prayer book for this service. This service is designed for adults and older children. Advance registration (limited to 300 people) is required to attend in-person services. No registration is needed to join us online.