Ma'ariv services

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September 22, 2020 - 8:45pm

Location: 

Virtual meeting, via Zoom conference
There's a Jewish concept that applies to our situation of when one cannot attend a minyan: "B'rov am hadrat melech," with more people the ruler is glorified. 
 

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Outdoor Shofar Blowing

Date: 

September 20, 2020 - 4:00pm

Location: 

Multiple UWS locations along Broadway

Join us for shofar blowing on the second day of Rosh Hashanah! Members of the KH/SZ community will be blowing 30 kolot (blasts), the halachic minimum, on the corners of 91st, 93rd, and 110th and Broadway at 4:00 PM as part of a wider UWS shofar blowing initiative. Choose whichever intersection is most convenient for you.

We will also be blowing all 100 kolot (blasts) immediately after in-person services, at 12:15 PM, at Sakura Park (122nd and Riverside). All are welcome.

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Rosh Hashanah Family Service in the Park

Date: 

September 19, 2020 - 10:00am

Location: 

Central Park (Exact location upon RSVP)

Families with young children are invited to join for holiday prayers, songs, stories and reflection. Services will be geared towards children ages 5 and under. Older kids and siblings are welcome to join. Space is limited and exact meeting location will be provided upon registration. We ask that families bring their own picnic blanket and set up at least 6 feet away from other families. Families are encouraged to bring their own grape juice and snack as well as a plush Torah if you have one.

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Ma'ariv services

Date: 

September 15, 2020 - 8:45pm

Location: 

Virtual meeting, via Zoom conference
There's a Jewish concept that applies to our situation of when one cannot attend a minyan: "B'rov am hadrat melech," with more people the ruler is glorified. 
 

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Piyut Yomi: Songs from High Holiday Services

Date: 

September 13, 2020 - 8:15pm

Location: 

Virtual meeting, via Zoom conference

Sadly, in-person High Holiday davening at both Kehilat Hadar and Shaare Zedek will omit many piyutim (liturgical poems) in order to shorten the time we spend together indoors. Each evening in the week leading up to Rosh Hashanah we will gather online to hear community members lead their favorite piyutim, followed by a short drash inspired by the selected poems. Leaders will include Ef Epstein, Aaron Kasman, Rabbi Aviva Richman, Meir Schecter, and Katja Vehlow.

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