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Yom Kippur Registration 2022

Yom Kippur 5783 - Day of Atonement

Throughout the High Holy Days, our services will be woven with music and liturgy to create a welcoming and meaningful worship experience.

 
Please register all members of your household for all of the upcoming Yom Kippur services and programs below. While children are always welcome to attend services with their family we understand that this may not be preferred. With this in mind we offer several age appropriate options including childcare; which is available for no cost.

**Registration is only required for those who wish to attend in person.** 

Please note that the Family Service featuring the Mesner Puppets  will be open to the public.

If you would like to take advantage of virtual High Holy Days worship experiences, we invite you to join us live (or watch later!) at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.
This is where your confirmation will be sent.

Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidrei)
Tuesday, October 4 | 6:00 pm | B’nai Jehudah/virtual


The live service is located in the Social Hall with overflow seating in the Chapel.


You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.
 
Please select the number of seats you will need. 
Does anyone in your party require special accommodations?
Please make sure to include yourself in this list.

Yom Kippur Morning Service
Wednesday, October 5 | 10:30 am | B’nai Jehudah/virtual


The live service is located in the Social Hall with overflow seating in the Chapel.


You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.
 
Please select the number of seats you will need. 
The live service is located in the Social Hall with overflow seating in the Chapel.
Does anyone in your party require special accommodations?
Please make sure to include yourself in this list.

Attendee Special Needs
 
Please indicate the type of accomodation you need.
Please clarify or state your specific needs, along with the name of the individual(s) needing said accommodations.

Youth Service and Program for Grades 4- 7 |  Nemitoff Small Prayer Space
Wednesday, October 5, 10:30 am


Our high school youth will lead a special Yom Kippur Service and Program. The Youth Service and Program will include meaningful and engaging experiences that will explore the themes and prayers that are central to Yom Kippur. Please note that this program is for the young people (grades 4-7) of B’nai Jehudah, and is not for the entire family. Please register your child(ren) in grades 4-7 for this service 

 All students must be registered so we have enough teachers and supplies.
 
Please indicate the number of seats you will need.

Kindergarten - 3rd Grade Programming | NE Pod & classrooms
Wednesday, October 5, 10:30 am


During morning services on Yom Kippur, Kindergarten through 3rd graders will participate in creative children's programming, focusing on age-appropriate High Holy Day games and activities.

There is no charge for children's programming, however, you must register your child(ren) to guarantee them a spot.

 

All children must be registered so we have enough teachers and supplies. 

Please note: If you have more than 4 children to register in Programming Please submit a second form.
Child(ren) Registered Details
Please list child's full name.
Please list child's full name.
Please list child's full name.
Please list child's full name.

Child Care| B’nai Jehudah Preschool Pod
Wednesday, October 5, 10:30 am


We are pleased to offer child care free of charge for children (age 6 months through 4 years) during our Yom Kippur Morning Services.

All children must be registered so we have enough child care providers.

Childcare is provided in the Preschool Pod and children must be signed in and out
Please note: if you have more than Four children to register for babysitting, please submit a second form.
Child(ren) Registered Details
Please list child's full name.
Briefly explain any special concerns/needs of the child.
Please list child's full name.
Briefly explain any special concerns/needs of the child.
Please list child's full name.
Briefly explain any special concerns/needs of the child.
Please list child's full name.
Briefly explain any special concerns/needs of the child.

Yom Kippur Afternoon Activities
Wednesday, October 5 | 1:00 - 5:00 pm | B’nai Jehudah/virtual


Healing Service | 1:00 pm

Afternoon Torah Service | 2:00 pm
Yizkor Service | 3:00 pm
Neilah Service | 5:00 pm


All are welcome to enjoy a light nosh to break your fast, outside at the conclusion of our service. 

You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.
 

Please indicate which services you plan to attend.

Healing Service| 1:00 pm | B’nai Jehudah/Virtual

After a few incredibly difficult years, we recognize that this year’s High Holy Days may feel different than before. Many of us have experienced great loss and sickness over the past few years: This service is designed to bring intentionality and mindfulness into our lives. Join us for a contemplative service as we pray for healing of body, mind, and soul.

You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.
Please select the number of seats you will need. 
Does anyone in your party require special accommodations?
Please make sure to include yourself in this list.
Torah Service| 2:00 pm | B’nai Jehudah/Virtual

Join us for an afternoon Torah service where we will read both Torah and Haftarah. We will explore lessons found in the book of Jonah. 

You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.

Please select the number of seats you will need. 

Does anyone in your party require special accommodations?
Please make sure to include yourself in this list.
Yizkor Service| 3:00 pm | B’nai Jehudah/Virtual

Yizkor permits us time for reflection and remembrance. It is a time to feel the presence of other people who know what we have been through, having been through the loss as well.

Whether our losses are more recent or distant, we join as a community to learn from and remember lives lost. As we recall those who have gone before us, we use their virtues as our guides in moving from Yom Kippur to the remainder of this New Year, and for many years to come. 

This year’s Yizkor Service will begin with a self-paced, reflective, and immersive walk through our Seven Lights of Yizkor, offering a time for solitary reflection before our traditional Yizkor Service. The Yizkor experience concludes as with our full traditional Yizkor service leading into Neilah, our final service.

Please make sure to indicate if you have mobility issues, in the special needs field, so you may fully experience this service.

Because we treat Yizkor and Neilah as one service, we respectfully request that congregants who come for Yizkor remain until our services conclude (approximately) at 6:00-6:30 pm.


All are welcome to enjoy a light nosh to break your fast, outside at the conclusion of our service. 

You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.

Please indicate how many plan to attend.

Does anyone in your party require special accommodations?

Please make sure to include yourself in this list.
Neilah Service| 5:00 pm | B’nai Jehudah/Virtual

Our Yom Kippur observance concludes with a single service in the Social Hall.

Neilah is the peak culmination of our 24-hour fast and prayer experience using B'nai Jehudah music and liturgy, a fitting peak moment to conclude our Yom Kippur. 


Because we treat Yizkor and Neilah as one service, we respectfully request that congregants who come for Yizkor remain until our services conclude (approximately) at 6:00-6:30 pm.

All are welcome to enjoy a light nosh to break your fast, outside at the conclusion of our service. 

You can join us in worship virtually at facebook.com/ttcbj or vimeo.com/bnaijehudah.

Please select the number of seats you will need for the Services. 
Does anyone in your party require special accommodations?

Please make sure to include yourself in this list.
Children Return | 5:45

At (approximately) 5:45 pm, we invite families with children to return for the last 15-30 minutes of our Neilah service, concluding with a brief Havdalah service and a final sounding of the shofar.


All are welcome to enjoy a light nosh to break your fast, outside at the conclusion of our service.

Mon, September 26 2022 1 Tishrei 5783