Register for High Holy Days 5781 with P'nai Or!
All are welcome! We very gratefully accept donations. Recommended donation for nonmembers is $18-36 per service; a donation of any amount from members is also appreciated.
Advance registration required. No one turned away for lack of ability to pay.
Here are the registration links:
Friday, Sept 18, 6:15 pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah
Saturday, Sept 19, 9:45 am: Rosh Hashanah Day 1
Sunday, Sept 27, 5:45 pm: Kol Nidre/Erev Yom Kippur
Monday, Sept 28, 9:45 am: Yom Kippur (with breaks throughout the day)
Monday, Sept 28, 10:45 am: Children & Family Yom Kippur (email Zmira with names and age of children to register)
Some special things about this year (besides the fact that we'll be in our "virtual shul" on Zoom):
Please join Elisabeth Rogolsky on the afternoon of Rosh Hashanah Day 1 for a 45-minute study session on the haftorah of Hannah--"Illuminating Hannah"--exploring the story through art. It will begin at approx. 3 pm, one hour after our Rosh Hashanah Day 1 service concludes (at the same Zoom link as the service).
* Our Rosh Hashanah Day 2 celebration, with P'nai Or and Havurah Shir Hadash, will be unique. Rabbi Hannah and Hazzan Baruch of P'nai Or will lead a Virtual Contemplative Retreat with shofar blowing. We will gather together in song and prayer to lift our spirits and open our hearts. Service will include inspirational teachings from Reb Zalman. After a short break, Rabbi David Zaslow of Havurah Shir Hadash will lead the Torah teaching, including a fascinating talk on some radical interpretations of the Binding of Isaac story.
* On Yom Kippur at 2:30 we will join with Havurah Shir Hadash to study martyrology. The Yitzkor service will begin at 6:15. Yom Kippur Havdalah service begins at 7:39 and will conclude around 8:30 pm.
* We will have special Children & Family services on Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur with Maggidah Tzuria Malpica and Micha'el Miller, Colorado-based Jewish educators, storytellers, and musicians. Together, they weave their diverse backgrounds and love of Judaism into services that are as soulful and high as they are down to Earth. Their hope is to bring peace and joy to families and children, while encouraging deep meaningful connection. Children’s services are appropriate for ages 4 to 12.