Days of Awe at KHN

KHN plans return to full capacity in the Sanctuary for this year’s High Holy Day services and gatherings as well as stream services on Facebook Live.

Non-Member Guest registration is now closed. Please join us online!

High Holy Day contributions to support KHN during the Days of Awe and all year long are gratefully accepted and can be made here. 

Thank you to everyone who made our Rosh Hashanah services so meaningful! All the honeycake bakers, our KHTY youth service and ritual leaders, M and Sasha for gorgeous crown challah, Shannon for the incredible bima banner and floral arrangements, Amanda for being our food drive champion, our guests for registering, our Shammes board, our security officers, our greeters and volunteers. Thank you!

 

Yom Kippur | Our Day of Atonement
Tuesday October 4
Kol Nidre 7pm

Wednesday October 5
Family Services 9:30am
Tots to 2nd Grade | led by Rabbi Meyer and Toby Kramer
3rd grade and up | led by Jake Fawcett and Orin Reynolds
Yom Kippur Morning Service 11am
led by Rabbi Meyer with music by Geoff Greenlee and the KHN Ensemble (and you!)
Tikkun Olam Workshop & Activities 1:30pm
Bite Sized Tikkun Olam with Lavinia Touchton  in the Parlor
Learn about opportunities for you to get involved with straightforward, doable Tikkun Olam actions this year.
Reverse Tashlich reflect on the tangible steps you can take to honor Creation this year while removing trash from our beaches and natural environments.  Learn about Reverse Tashlich here and pick up tools and materials at KHN on Yom Kippur afternoon.
Yom Kippur Reflection Walks  all day, various routes around the area  Get the YK Reflection Walk Routes 5783 here or pick up a flyer with routes at KHN on Yom Kippur.
Minchah 3pm | led by Rabbi Meyer and Orin Reynolds.  This is a special Minchah Healing Service providing community, inspiration, and a place to focus on spiritual healing with music, chants, prayers and meditations that include traditional and contemporary Jewish texts.
Yizkor 4pm | led by Gail Broder and Orin Reynolds
Ne’ilah 5pm | led by Rabbi Meyer and Geoff Greenlee
Havdalah to follow led by Rabbi Meyer and the KHN Ensemble

 

Non-Member Guest Pre-registration (now closed) and COVID precautions

Nametags, masks, and vaccinations are required for everyone in the building.

KHN does not charge for seating, assign seats, or issue tickets. Pre-registration for non-members is required.

Thank you to all our non-member guests who registered for High Holy Day Services this year!  Your cooperation and understanding help us open our tent to the larger Jewish community with no charge, while responding to the health and security challenges of the day. Thank you!

Guest Registration is now closed. Please join us online! Although we have done so in the past, this year we will NOT register guests on-site on the day of services. KHN services will stream on Facebook Live. (No Facebook account is needed to watch our Facebook Live stream.)

If you have registered, please review your confirmation email to be sure of which services are confirmed for your visit with KHN. Most guests are confirmed for the Family Services and Yom Kippur afternoon, NOT Kol Nidre or the 11am Yom Kippur service, so please doublecheck! Again, please join us for services streaming online.

KHN members do NOT need to register for their household, but please do pre-register any guests your plan to bring with you to services.

Quick links::
Access KHN’s Facebook Live Page: HERE
Download the YK Reflection Walk Routes 5783
Donate HERE