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Rosh Hashanah  

 

Watch Rosh Hashanah Services (recorded)

Erev Rosh Hashanah, Friday, September 18

https://youtu.be/-amdpOioWmM

Rosh Hashanah, Saturday, September 19

https://youtu.be/atg0l2yiFA8

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Times

Erev - Friday September 18th @ 8 PM

Day - Saturday September 19th @ 10 AM

Tashlich Saturday 2 PM, Green Lake, Shaker Heights - see below for details

For Kids and Teens - Sunday September 20th @ 9 AM / Zoom Link: Zoom Link

Rosh Hashanah Overview

We join “together apart” to usher in 5781. The spiritual New Year, the new format and worship are anchored our age-old tradition, and are designed to spiritually renew, teach, and engage.  

Rosh Hashanah Explorations

Great overall resource -

https://jecc-jewishholidays.weebly.com/rosh-hashanah.html

A New Year prayer set in a wider context? Click this -

https://www.jewbelong.com/holidays/rosh-hashanah/rosh-hashanah-readings/prayer-jewish-new-year/

Beautiful music? Go here -

https://reformjudaism.org/jewish-holidays/rosh-hashanah/music-listen-during-high-holidays

Tashlich - Logistics

Parking/Entrance: This is a residential area with street parking. We will meet in the grassy area at the corner of Lee Road and Parkland.

Everyone is welcome at this brief ritual Rosh Hashanah daytime ritual in which we symbolically cast our sins into water. Read about the recently completed overhaul of Green Lake.

Tashlich - Prayers

Here's a document provided by Rabbi Shana if you want to do your own service.

Tashlich - Explorations

Here’s a quick (and funny) perspective on this gathering:

https://www.jewbelong.com/holidays/rosh-hashanah/rosh-hashanah-readings/what-is-tashlich/

In turbulent times – an understatement for many – one might want to reflect on a broader definition of forgiveness. Here’s an interesting perspective from The Religious Action Center:

https://rac.org/tashlich-just-city

But whether it’s for Tashlich with members of the Temple family or a meditative walk with your own household, there are so many ways to find meaning by taking advantage of Northeast Ohio’s outdoor resources.

https://www.clevelandmetroparks.com/parks/visit

For a Jewish perspective on the outdoors, check-out this article from Tablet:

https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/belief/articles/outside-for-the-holidays

Starting Over In The Middle: Rosh Hashanah For Kids & Teens

Sunday, September 20 - 9am

We will begin together with a brief Rosh Hashanah T’filah (service) – lots of ruach (spirit)with special prayers and songs for the New Year! Following our brief T’filah, we will separate into breakout rooms by age as we go on a scavenger hunt for God and begin our celebration of 5781 together! There is will be special rooms for those in preschool and kindergarten and their families, another for 1st-5th graders, and one for tweens and teens.

Zoom Link

 

 

 

Wed, September 30 2020 12 Tishrei 5781