High Holy Days 5779

Friends and neighbors, it's time to join us again and together we will co-create the High Holy Days. Co-led with members of our congregation and the musical talents of Jerry and Sariel, Rabbi Linda together with the entire Tehillah community weave High Holy Day services filled with joy, tenderness, spiritual work, and intellectual rigor. After Selichot, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, savor the sweetness of Sukkot and dance with us for Simchat Torah. Your voice, your ideas, yourself are essential to making the Days of Awe with us and celebrate the High Holy Days with passion and awe.

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LOCATION 
Riverdale Presbyterian Church
4765 Henry Hudson Pkwy W, Bronx, NY 10471

SELICHOT - Saturday, September 1 - 8:00 PM at the home of Rabbi Linda and David Shriner-Cahn
Seudat shlishit (a light repast)
Havdalah followed by a study session/workshop

EREV ROSH HASHANAH - Sunday, September 9
6:30 PM - Evening Service

ROSH HASHANAH - Monday, September 10
9:00 AM - Morning service
11:00 AM - Family Service for children
5:00 PM -  Tashlich service. We meet in front of RYSEC, 4450 Fieldston Road.
We hold the Tashlich ceremony in the afternoon at a natural body of water. This ritual is based on Micah 7:18-20, and many congregations recite these verses as part of the ceremony. When the first day of Rosh Hashanah falls on Shabbat, we do Tashlich on the second day of Rosh Hashanah.

ROSH HASHANAH - Tuesday, September 11
9:00 AM - Morning service


SHABBAT SHUVA - Saturday, September 15 at RYSEC, 4450 Fieldston Road


KOL NIDRE - Tuesday, September 18
6:30 PM - Kol Nidre service

YOM KIPPUR - Wednesday, September 19
9:00 AM - Morning service
11:00 AM Family Service for children

Study Break with Dr. Diane Sharon

5:00 PM - Services resume with the reading of Jonah
6:00 PM - Children’s service
7:35 PM - The fast ends with the blowing of the shofar

 

We return to RYSEC, 4450 Fieldston Road
SUKKOT -  Wednesday, September 26
Community Celebration

SIMCHAT TORAH - Monday, October 1
Service and celebration