Services and Activities
High Holy Day Services
Rabbi Lisa J. Goldstein, RJE, MAEd
Manahara Virasinha, Accompanist
Jesse Castro, Audio & Video Assistant
and Members of Congregation Shalom
Saturday, August 28
8 pm Program "What's Your Story?"
9 pm Havdalah & Selichot Service
Bring a tangible family heirloom - something passed down, along with its story and a lesson a parent or parent figure taught you that has stayed with you and has been a guiding force in your life. Share your stories and lessons for an evening of uplifting inspiration! The program will only be accessible on Zoom. Havdalah and Selichot will be on Zoom and simultaneously livestreamed on YouTube.
Monday Sept. 6 - Evening Service - 7:30 pm
Tuesday, Sept. 7 - Morning Service - 10 am
Friday, Sept. 11 - Service – 6:45 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 12 - Torah Study - 11 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 13 - Kesher Shalom - 9:30 am
Sunday, Sept. 27 - Kol Nidre Service - 8 pm
Monday, Sept. 28 - Morning Service – 10 am Music & Meditation - 1 pm
Service of Healing and Inspiration - 2 pm
Personal Reflections - 3 pm
Afternoon Prayer - 4 pm
Yizkor Memorial Service 5:00 pm
Neilah Closing Service - 6:00 pm
Virtual Break-the-Fast - 7:00 pm
THERE'S A ZOOM BOX WAITING JUST FOR YOU!
Our services are free and open to the community, however advance registration is required to join by Zoom. Click on the links below to register and you will receive your personalized link by email. Separate registration is required for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, however the link for each holiday is to be used for all services and activities on that holiday.
If you prefer, watch our services on YouTube; no registration required!
THREE WAYS TO GET YOUR MISHKAN HANEFESH
We won't be putting the prayers on screen so you will want to have the machzor "in hand." There are three opportunities so you can choose the one that is best for your family:
SHALOM MEMBERS -
We want YOU to participate in services! Read English or Hebrew, have an Aliyah or lead a larger 'chunk' of the service - there's something for everyone! Click the link below and fill out the brief Google Form to tell Rabbi Lisa how you'd like to participate.
The Book of Remembrance will be distributed by email as a PDF to all families. The DEADLINE is September 1. Unfortunately, we cannot accept any late submissions this year. Click below to submit the names of your loved ones.