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Yom Kippur

8:40AM-9:00AM       Shanah Tovah Schmooze
9:00AM-10:00AM     Pseukei D’ Zimra and Shacharit Services
10:00AM-10:30AM   Preschool Service
10:00AM-10:30AM   Yom Kippur Puppet Show

10:00AM-11:00AM   Family Service for ages 5 through 12
10:15AM-11:00AM    Learning Session with Rabbi Olitzky – Fasting as a spiritual practice in the midst of food insecurity.
11:00AM-12:05PM   Torah Service

11:45AM-12:15PM    Teens Talking Torah with Molly – ages 10-14
12:05PM-12:30PM   Rabbi Marder Sermon
12:30PM-12:45PM    Soul Stroll with Rabbi Olitzky
12:45PM-1:15PM      Yizkor Service
12:45PM-1:15PM      Kehilah Kedoshah reflection session with Molly – ages 13-18
1:15PM-2:45PM       Musaf Service
3:00PM-3:45PM       Learning Session with Dr. Alan Cooper – Maybe and Who Knows: On the Certainty of Uncertainty    Source Sheets for Dr. Cooper’s Class
4:00PM-4:45PM     Learning Session with Rabbi Kerry Olitzky – Isolation, Assimilation or Innovation: Three Trends in Jewish History and How we Reflect them in our own Spiritual Journey in Judaism
5:00PM-6:00PM        Minchah Service
6:05PM-7:00PM         Neilah Service
7:00PM-7:30PM         Havdalah & Ma’ariv Services

Operation Isaiah

Operation Isaiah will run this year from Saturday, September 19, the first day of Rosh Hashanah, until Sunday, September 27 before Kol Nidre begins. Please fill the Operation Isaiah grocery bag in your Beth El @Home Gift Bag (or use any grocery bag you may have) and bring it to our food bin in front of the main sanctuary doors. You may drop your food donations off anytime; they will be brought inside daily. This year we are specifically in need of peanut butter, hearty low sodium soups, canned tuna or chicken, tomato sauce (no glass jars), and jelly in plastic containers.