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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 Yom Kippur services.


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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.

Congregational Candle Lighting | September 27, 2020
The CBI community gathers via Zoom to light candles together as the holiday begins.
 

Kol Nidre Service | September 27, 2020 
Our traditional Kol Nidre
service, filmed from 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, “Ashamnu: Collective Guilt and Personal Commitment”  
Read Rabbi Cahana’s Kol Nidre sermon, “Ashamnu: Collective Guilt and Personal Commitment”.
 

Tot Service | September 28, 2020
A pre-recorded service for our littlest members. 

Morning Traditional Service | September 28, 2020
Our traditional Yom Kippur 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, “Connected Vulnerability” 
Read Rabbi Joseph’s Yom Kippur morning sermon, “Collective Vulnerability”. 

Morning Family Service | September 28, 2020
A Yom Kippur observance for children thirteen and under (and their families). To see when in the service your favorite meaningful moment happens, click here. 

Watch the Family Morning Service Story 

Family Meetup | September 28, 2020
Families with young children are invited to join Ben Sandler and Cantor Green for a Shofar Dance Party! Join us for a Yom Kippur story, songs, and movement. If you have your own shofar, or the one from your “Kitah Kit,” bring it along. 

Sermon Discussion | September 28, 2020
Join Rabbi Joseph and Rabbi Cahana via Zoom for a discussion on their Yom Kippur sermons.

Watch Rabbi Cahana’s sermon, “Ashamnu: Collective Guilt and Personal Commitment”  
Read Rabbi Cahana’s Kol Nidre sermon, “Ashamnu: Collective Guilt and Personal Commitment”.
 

Watch Rabbi Joseph’s sermon, “Connected Vulnerability” 
Read Rabbi Joseph’s Yom Kippur morning sermon, “Collective Vulnerability”.  

Rabbi Sam Joseph: Unetaneh Tokef, A Prayer in a Time of Pandemic | September 28, 2020  Join Rabbi Sam Joseph via Zoom to explore the history, mythology, theology, of this central High Holy Day liturgical piece.

Remembering Rabbi Emanuel Rose (z”l) | September 28, 2020
Join us as we remember Rabbi Emanuel Rose (z”l) and revisit his Yom Kippur sermon of three years ago.

Music and Poetry | September 28, 2020
Poetry, Stories, and Musings read by Wendy Westerwelle. Songs of the Halutzim, pioneers of Israel, sung by Cantor Ida Rae Cahana with orchestrations by Cantor Joseph Ness. 

Click here for this video’s program 

Harp and Violin | September 28, 2020
Music played by Shira Sinellnes on harp and Andrew Ehrlich on violin.
Click here for this video’s program 

Musical Trio | September 28, 2020
Music played by Peter Zisa on guitar, Andrew Erlich on violin, and Ed Kraus on clarinet; filmed from our historic sanctuary.
Click here for this video’s program

Organ Music Meditation | September 28, 2020
Meditation music played by Michael Barnes on our historic sanctuary’s organ.
Click here for this video’s program and to see details on the pieces played  

Divrei Torah From This Year’s Adult B’nei Mitzvah Class | September 28, 2020  The members of last year’s CBI Adult B’nei Mitzvah share their D’vrei Torah ( interpretations of the Torah portion Kedoshim). Click the large blue button to hear the D’vrei Torah from four of our Adult B’nei Mitzvah students. Click the links below to read the D’vrei Torah from two different Adult B’nei Mitzvah students.
Click here for this video’s program 
Click here to read the D’var Torah from Sarah Pitman
Click here to read the D’var Torah from Bonnie Davis 

Social Justice in Our Congregation | September 28, 2020
A Yom Kippur panel discussion via Zoom.
 

Teen Experience | September 28, 2020
CBI teens join in conversation via Zoom.

Complete Afternoon and Concluding Services | September 28, 2020
Our Yom Kippur Afternoon Service, filmed in our historic Main Sanctuary. T
his includes all afternoon and evening observances. From this link, you will be able to participate in the afternoon service, the Music of Michael Allen Harrison, Yizkor, and Neilah. 

Click here for the Book of Remembrance 
Click here for a PDF version of the Book of Remembrance 

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

Afternoon Service | September 28, 2020
Our Yom Kippur Afternoon Service, filmed in our historic Main Sanctuary.
 From this link, you will be able to participate in the afternoon service and the Music of Michael Allen Harrison

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

The Music of Michael Allen Harrison | September 28, 2020
A moving, prerecorded musical selection. 

Yizkor Service | September 28, 2020
Join us for our Yizkor, filmed in our historic Main Sanctuary. 
Click here for the Book of Remembrance 
Click here for a PDF version of the Book of Remembrance 

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

Neilah Service | September 28, 2020 
Join us for our concluding 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    


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.   


PRAYER BOOKS

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.

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


HIGH HOLIDAYS TECHNICAL SUPPORT

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