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HIGH HOLY DAYS 2022

ROSH HASHANAH WORSHIP - ZOOM LINKS

TASTE OF ROSH HASHANAH - FAMILY PROGRAM CHANGE OF LOCATION

 

We are so glad that you will be joining us on Rosh Hashanah morning!  After monitoring the weather forecast for the past few days, it does not look good for being outside tomorrow. Therefore, we are going to move our program to SUBURBAN TEMPLE – KOL AMI.

  • We will still begin at 10:00 AM
  • There will still be songs, stories, and fun!
  • And we will have apples and honey for a sweet new year!

 

Our program will finish about 11:00 AM. At that time we invite you to join the main sanctuary service, and we will have babysitting available.  We will make sure to bring all kids into the service for the blowing of the shofar, and everyone is invited to stay for our Rosh Hashanah lunch following services about noon.

 

Because we are at temple, we are asking all members to bring their tickets.  If you are not a member, we will have tickets waiting for you at the door.

 


Cuyahoga County COVID-19 community level is medium or "yellow" per the CDC.  As such, masks are once again recommended at ST-KA. (as of 9/2/22)

As part of our commitment to the value of P'kuach Nefesh (the saving of lives) and Kehillah (community), we strongly urge that all attendees of in-person programming at Suburban Temple - Kol Ami be vaccinated for COVID-19. However, proof of vaccination is no longer required.  If you are NOT vaccinated, you are required to wear a quality, well-fitting mask when inside our building.

ST-KA has adopted current CDC masking guidance.  

We appreciate your patience and support.  If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director Brett Shankman.

ADULT B'NAI MITZVAH

MAZEL TOV and YASHER KOACH to our 2022 Adult B'nai Mitzvah Class! Click to view a recording of the service on our YouTube channel.

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Tue, September 27 2022 2 Tishrei 5783