We are excited to share High Holidays with all who will be joining us virtually! All services will be online and available via YouTube, which means you can access them on your SmartTV, computer, and any other mobile device. While watching on YouTube, you will have the opportunity to turn on closed-captioning/ subtitles by pressing the “cc” button in the bottom right-hand corner of the video screen. We will also celebrate together with live Zoom events. Though we mourn the absence of in-person interactions, we are moved to know you are welcoming us into your homes as we come together to celebrate as best as we are able.
This page will always be your best and most up-to-date source for High Holidays information, including schedules and links. Please check back regularly and scroll down for more information
JOIN US FOR YOM KIPPUR
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES AND COMMUNITY CELEBRATIONS
JUMP TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
VISIT OUR ROSH HASHANAH WEBPAGE
RE-WATCH ROSH HASHANAH SERVICES
10-MINUTE ARK MOMENTS
OTHER WAYS TO PREPARE FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS FROM HOME
HIGH HOLIDAY PRAYERBOOKS
CONNECT WITH US
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WITH OUR USHERS
Many in the CBI community will come together to participate in services as one. We encourage you to join us during the times listed below. Many of the services will be available on YouTube with closed captioning offered. If you have any difficulty connecting, please email us or call (503) 222-1069 for support.
Monday, September 28
7:00 AM (or anytime!) – Tot Service
10:00 AM – Traditional Service
10:00 AM – Family Service
11:30 AM – Yom Kippur Family Meetup
12:00 PM – Sermon Discussion
1:00 PM – Music and Meditation
1:00 PM – Rabbi Sam Joseph: Unetaneh Tokef, A Prayer in a Time of Pandemic
2:00 PM – Social Justice in Our Congregation
3:00 PM – Afternoon Service
3:00 PM – The Music of Michael Allen Harrison
3:00 PM – Yom Kippur Teen Experience
5:00 PM – Yizkor and Concluding Service
7:30 PM – Break Fast with the CBI Clergy
One of CBI’s most beloved High Holiday traditions gives every member of our community the opportunity to spend a moment of quiet contemplation before the Ark during our Yom Kippur Services. While we cannot completely replicate this experience in this time of social distancing, any who wishes may sign up for a time to do so as the High Holidays approach, and throughout the ten days until Yom Kippur. Ark Moments are your opportunity to visit the Main Sanctuary for a 10-minute spiritual uplift.
Previous services are available to watch on YouTube. While watching on YouTube, you will have the option to turn on closed-captioning/ subtitles by pressing the “cc” button in the bottom right-hand corner of the video screen.
Community Candle Lighting | September 18, 2020
Our community gathered to light candles together via Zoom.
Erev Rosh Hashanah Service | September 18, 2020
Read Rabbi Cahana’s Erev Rosh Hashanah sermon, “A More Perfect Union – Hopeful Lessons from the Pandemic” .
Tot Morning Service | September 19, 2020
A pre-recorded service for our littlest members.
Apples and Honey Family Hangout | Zoom recording coming soon!
Young families are invited to this sweet musical Zoom hangout.
Congregational Luncheon | Zoom recording coming soon!
Celebrate, chat, and catch up with fellow congregants at our Zoom luncheon gathering.
Sermon Discussion | Zoom recording coming soon!
Rabbi Joseph and Rabbi Cahana discuss their Rosh Hashanah Sermons.
Read Rabbi Cahahana’s Erev Rosh Hashanah sermon, “A More Perfect Union – Hopeful Lessons from the Pandemic”.
Read Rabbi Joseph’s Rosh Hashanah sermon, “Strengthening Community.”
Rosh Hashanah: Behind the Scenes | Zoom recording coming soon!
Learn all about the astonishing behind the scenes work that made these unusual High Holidays possible.
Rosh Hashanah Teen Hangout | Zoom recording coming soon!
Rabbi Joseph leads a Rosh Hashanah talk for CBI teens.
Kever Avot | Zoom recording coming soon
Our annual remembrance of those who have passed within the past year. This service will take place at the Beth Israel Cemetery for those who have loved ones buried in our cemetery within the past year.
Resource | Tashlich From Home For Kids
Here are resources from PJ Library for families with children to do Tashlich at home.
Tashlich Guided Meditation | September 19, 2020
Can’t make it to Tashlich in person? Watch this guided meditation on YouTube. Thank you to Rabbi Molly G. Kane and Michelle Citrin who have kindly shared their guided meditation with us.
As High Holidays approach, explore the different ways to keep old traditions alive and celebrate in new ways! Below are a few opportunities and resources.
This High Holidays, there are a variety of ways to follow along in Mishkan HaNefesh, the machzor, or High Holy Days prayer book of the Reform Movement. These resources available to you at CCAR’s website and below.
As High Holidays approach, we recognize that this year will be different and may lead to many questions. If you are concerned about your ability to access our digital content or other questions, please email us or call our office, (503) 222-1069, for support.