Our prayer service schedule for High Holidays includes:
9/16 @ 6:00-6:30PM Eastern
Rosh Hashanah Meditation with Aron
Get centered with a wonderful meditation “sit” steaming live on OneShul.org. Aron, our Jewish meditation teacher, will guide us through meditations on the High Holidays. This meditation will be based on the work of Rami Shapiro and his book “Minyan”.
9/16 @ 7:15-8:30PM Eastern
Rosh Hashanah Services with Ketzirah
Join OneShul.org for online High Holidays services. The Erev (Evening) Rosh Hashanah service will be lead by Ketzirah, a Kohenet, Celebrant and artist. For more information about our services, visit www.oneshul.org
9/18 @ 11:30AM-12:30PM Eastern
Rosh Hashanah Shacharit Service
An interpretive morning prayer service infusing the traditional Shacharit service with readings, music and video about the meaning of this special holiday. Services will begin promptly at 11:30AM Eastern, lead by Patrick Aleph.
9/23 @ 8:00-8:30PM Eastern
Pre-Yom Kippur Meditation with Aron
Get centered with a wonderful meditation “sit” steaming live on OneShul.org. Aron, our Jewish meditation teacher, will guide us through meditations to prepare our minds and bodies for Yom Kippur. This meditation will be based on the work of Rami Shapiro and his book “Minyan”.
9/24 @ 8:00PM Eastern
Mitzvah Monday @ OneShul.org
Online Torah Study on the weekly Torah portion (parshah) featuring rabbinical student Patrick Aleph. For the Book of Deuteronomy, we will be picking one mitzvah from each Torah portion (parsha) to explore in depth. Learn how to apply the message of this week’s Torah portion to your life and make new friends in our awesome online community.
9/25 @ 9:00PM Eastern
Kol Nidre Remix Service with Patrick Aleph
Join Patrick for a Kol Nidre service including a performance by Rebecca Wright! This online, Erev Yom Kippur service is a mixed media presentation of sight and sound that will move you toward the meaning of teshuva. Join us at OneShul.org at 8PM Eastern.
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