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We are grateful to have been able to share High Holidays with all who joined us virtually! All recordings of services are available via YouTube. You can still access them on your SmartTV, computer, and any other mobile device. While watching on YouTube, you have the opportunity to turn on closed-captioning/ subtitles by pressing the “cc” button in the bottom right-hand corner of the video screen. Thank you to those who welcomed us into your homes. Please scroll down below to re-watch Rosh Hashanah services. 

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RE-WATCH 5781 ROSH HASHANAH SERVICES HERE

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. 

Selichot Havdalah Service – Begin to Return | September 12, 2020 
With Rabbi Michael Z. Cahana, Cantor Ida Rae Cahana, and Ba’al Tekiah Ben Sandler. Join us for the entryway to the Days of Awe. An interactive experience of study, Havdallah, and Shofar.

Community Candle Lighting | September 18, 2020  
Our community gathered to light candles together via Zoom.

 Erev Rosh Hashanah Service | September 18, 2020

Our traditional Erev Rosh Hashanah Service, filmed in our historic Main Sanctuary. 

To follow along in a free virtual flipbook, we recommend using a second device (tablet or computer). Click here for a free virtual prayerbook  

Watch Rabbi Cahana’s sermon, “A More Perfect Union – Hopeful Lessons”  
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. 

Traditional Morning Service | September 19, 2020
Our traditional Rosh Hashanah Service, filmed in our historic Main Sanctuary. 

To follow along in a free virtual flipbook, we recommend using a second device (tablet or computer). Click here for a free virtual prayerbook  

Watch Rabbi Joseph’s sermon, “Strengthening Community”  
Read Rabbi Joseph’s Rosh Hashanah sermon, “Strengthening Community.”

Family Morning Service | September 19, 2020

A lively service with stories and songs. To see when in the service your favorite meaningful moment happens, click here. 

Watch the Family Morning Service Story 

Apples and Honey Family Hangout | September 19, 2020 
Young families are invited to this sweet musical Zoom hangout.

Sermon Discussion | September 19, 2020
Rabbi Joseph and Rabbi Cahana discuss their Rosh Hashanah Sermons.
 

Watch Rabbi Cahana’s sermon, “A More Perfect Union – Hopeful Lessons”  
Read Rabbi Cahahana’s Erev Rosh Hashanah sermon, “A More Perfect Union – Hopeful Lessons from the Pandemic”.
 

Watch Rabbi Joseph’s sermon, “Strengthening Community”
 
Read Rabbi Joseph’s Rosh Hashanah sermon, “Strengthening Community.”

Rosh Hashanah: Behind the Scenes | September 19, 2020
Learn all about the astonishing behind the scenes work that made these unusual High Holidays possible.

Rosh Hashanah Teen Hangout | September 19, 2020
Rabbi Joseph leads a Rosh Hashanah
talk for CBI teens. 

Renewal and Return: An Evening of Story and Song | September 22, 2020   


RETURNING HIGH HOLIDAY PRAYER BOOKS

Thank you to those who joined us for High Holidays this year. Those who borrowed prayer books may return them using contactless drop off in our main building. We will be accepting returned books from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM this Wednesday, September 30 to Friday, October 2. Drop off procedure will be similar to our pick up procedure and available at the glass entryway doors.  


PRAYERBOOKS

This High Holidays, there are a variety of ways to follow along in Mishkan HaNefesh, the machzor, or High Holy Days prayerbook of the Reform Movement. These resources available to you at CCAR’s website and below.

Free digital flipbook
To follow along in a free virtual flipbook, click here.
For assistance using flipbooks, click here.

Digital Kindle Books to Purchase
Digital copies of the High Holiday Prayer Books are available for $10.
To purchase the Prayer Book, click here.
To download the free Kindle Reader App, click here.  


HIGH HOLIDAYS TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Click here to watch a video about how to watch services on your SmartTV

Click here to download a how-to guide to watch on your TV