Yom Kippur

KOL NIDRE | Tuesday, September 18
Kol Nidre is an Aramaic passage found toward the beginning of the evening service on Yom Kippur. It has acquired such significance that we refer to the entire evening service of Yom Kippur as “Kol Nidre.”

5:30 pm – Family Service (No tickets required)
Led by Bill Futornick, on the Sukkah Patio

6:30 pm – Camp Shofar
In the Beit Sefer (School Wing)

7:00 pm – Traditional Service
Sermon by Rabbi Ezray, in the Beit K’nesset (Sanctuary)

YOM KIPPUR DAY | Wednesday, September 19

9:00 am – Traditional Service
12:30 pm – Sermon by Rabbi Ezray
In the Beit K’nesset

9:00 am – Camp Shofar
In the Beit Sefer

9:30 am – Meditation
Led by Yesh Ballon, in the Zemel Room

10:00 am – Family Service (No tickets required)
Led by Rabbi Ilana Goldhaber-Gordon & student Devin Leslie, on the Sukkah Patio

10:30 am – “A Different Service”
Led by Dan Leemon, in the Beit T’fillah (Chapel)

10:30 am – Teen Service Grades 8-12
Led by Bill Futornick, in the Zemel Room

12:00 pm – Prayer Study Group
Led by Bill Futornick, in the Zemel Room

3:00 pm – Discussion Groups
Location and leaders TBA

4:00 pm – Meditation
Led by Yesh Ballon, in the Zemel Room

4:00 pm – Traditional Mincha Service (No tickets required)
5:30 pm – Yizkor Service
6:00 pm – Ne’ilah Service
In the Beit K’nesset

6:00 pm – Camp Shofar
In the Beit Sefer

All services are held at Congregation Beth Jacob

Camp Shofar information and registration is available here.

Book of Remembrance request form is available here.

More detailed information about our services can be found here.

Tickets:

Member tickets were mailed in mid-July. If you have not received your tickets, please contact the office.
Extra tickets and Non-Member tickets are available to purchase here.