Welcome to the HCRJ all resource High Holy Days guide. On this page you will find guidance on accessing virtual services, purchasing honey, including names in the Yom Kippur Video of remembrance and more. We continue to work diligently to create a meaningful experience which embodies the beauty and grandeur of the Holy Days. This site will be continually updated as new information becomes available. Do not hesitate to contact Melissa Wolfson at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We have created one sign up form for ALL holy days donations including names for the video of remembrance (see information on this below), ordering a memorial plaque and purchasing jars of honey from HCRJ’s very own bee hive.
In lieu of a book of remembrance, this year HCRJ will be creating a video of remembrance to memorialize your loved ones who have passed. The video will be made available on Yom Kippur day and will be accessible thereafter. If you wish, you may also upload a photo of the person you are memorializing to be included in the video.
Streaming and Service Schedule Details
This year all Holy Days services will be streamed and can be accessed by any device with internet access. Service times, links to services, as well as a digital prayer book will be provided in the coming weeks.
Erev Rosh Hashanah: Friday, September 18 at 6pm
Rosh Hashanah Morning Service: Saturday, September 19 at 10am
Rosh Hashanah Youth Service: Saturday, September 19 at 12pm
Kol Nidre: Sunday, September 27 at 6pm
Yom Kippur Morning Service: Monday, September 28 at 10am
Yom Kippur Youth Service: Monday, September 28 at 12pm
Times for Afternoon, Memorial and Concluding Service to be announced soon
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