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Events for October 9, 2019
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TICKETS REQUIRED To purchase tickets, please contact Marg Everett at email@example.com or 503-246-8831, ext. 112. For further information, please call 503-246-8831. Yom Kippur Wednesday, October 9 9:00am Yom Kippur Services, Main Sanctuary and Birnbach Hall 9:30-11am Family Services Grade Grade K-2, Room 102 9:30-11am Family Services Grade Grade 3-6, Zidell Chapel 10:00-10:45am Young Family Services ages 0-5, Stampfer Chapel 10:00am Storytelling Adult/Teen Alternative to the Torah Service, Room 112 12:00pm Yizkor Memorial Service, Main Sanctuary ... Read MoreFind out more »
High Holiday services at Neveh Shalom, an open and egalitarian community, are led by Rabbi David Kosak, Rabbi Eve Posen, and Cantor Eyal Bitton. We offer lively young child services as well as K-6 appropriate family experiences. We welcome all to experience the New Year with Neveh Shalom. TICKETS REQUIRED To purchase tickets, please contact Marg Everett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-246-8831, ext. 112. For further information, please call 503-246-8831. Youth and Family Program Schedule Family Services ... Read MoreFind out more »
Special Yom Kippur Alternative Torah Experience Wednesday, October 9 10:00am: Entering the Holy of Holies: Storytelling and the High Priest Brian Rohr, Room 112 Jewish storyteller Brian Rohr shares a dramatic story about the High Priest who, on this day of Yom Kippur only, entered the Holy of Holies, to stand before YHVH on behalf of the people. Brian’s story, suitable for teens and adults, will set intention as we enter our own individual “holy ... Read MoreFind out more »