Shalom! Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur envisioning and planning has resulted in the decision to hold hybrid services for all services. Rabbi Alanna Sklover will again be leading our High Holy day services. Our excellent education director and her staff are planning our children and teen programming. The teen and family services that have been so well received in the past, will of course continue this year. We are very excited to bring you the high quality experiences that you have always enjoyed here at Or Hadash, despite the fact that the current pandemic necessitates that hybrid options are available. This year's member tickets are both personal zoom links and sanctuary seats, and we are happy to be able to offer hybrid tickets to non-members.
Service extra offerings will include the annual adult study havurah's engaging discussion series on Yom Kippur afternoon, tashlich (socially distanced outdoor service) following Rosh Hashanah second day services, meditation and a Healing service as part of Yom Kippur afternoon, and of course, spiritually fulfilling main services.
Members have been sent a packet containing all of the schedules, events, and activities, and the forms to purchase guest tickets for family members and include names in the Yizkor booklet. All of those forms are included in the attachments below.
Make our house your home for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
We cordially invite the community to join us for High Holiday services. The suggested donation for each High Holiday zoom-ticket (includes all Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services) is $250 for age 13 and over. You may also request one day tickets for Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur only for a suggested donation of $136 per ticket for age 13 and over. Limited hybrid activities are offered for children less than 13 years old at a suggested donation of $50 per child. Teens above Bar/Bat Mitzvah age are considered adults. This year, we ask for these suggested donations because we would like you to invest both in the present moment and the future of Or Hadash. As we innovate to provide high quality and meaningful digital experiences that keep our community and values at the center, we are also preparing for the future when we will be able to safely invite others to join us in our building. Please support Or Hadash now, so that we will remain able to provide services and connection into the future.
Note that ticket donation amounts may be applied toward your dues if you join Or Hadash this year.
Your tickets (zoom links) will be emailed to you.
There are many activities surrounding and during the High Holidays that we invite you to come and join us for. Many are still in the planning phase because of the times (everything is fluid these days!). Fliers will be available to view and to download by clicking on attachments below. Plans include (more may be added so check back closer to mid-September):
~ High Holiday Food Drive through October 17th
~ Selichot program and service on Saturday, September 17th at 7:30 pm (no tickets)
~ Tashlich service and directions for the 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah - September 27th at 2:00 pm
~ Sukkot service and celebration on October 9th (no tickets)
~ Simchat Torah service and celebration on October 16th (no tickets)
Please note: You cannot purchase tickets online after Sunday, September 11th. You also cannot print and mail the ticket order form attached below after Sunday morning either. Please call our office to purchase tickets after that date but no later than 5pm on Monday, September 19th. (For Yom Kippur, no later than 5pm on Wednesday, September 28th.)
For more information: call 215-283-0276 or email email@example.com.
|5783 HHD cover Letter to Congegants.docx||241.58 KB|
|5783 HHD participation form.pdf||736.39 KB|
|5783 HHD Schedule||329.77 KB|
|Machzor Flyer 5783.pdf||371.16 KB|
|Yizkor book form 5783.pdf||108.44 KB|
|5783 HHD Guest Tickets - Members Only||122.46 KB|
|Adult Study Havurah 5783 flier.pdf||264.67 KB|
|HH Parking at Or Hadash 5783.pdf||112.32 KB|
|HHD Food drive 5783.pdf||405.81 KB|
|Quiet Spaces.pdf||606.87 KB|