Congregation Sherith Israel is proud to be partnering with Reboot for two programs on Yom Kippur Day. They invite you to join them for a full afternoon of activities, including a 10Q presentation and three six-word memoirs presented as part of their Yom Kippur afternoon services. The afternoon’s schedule is:
1:30 10Q Activity
3:00 Afternoon Service
4:00 Healing Service
5:00 Yizkor: Memorial Service
If you would like to join them for Yom Kippur afternoon, please contact Carrie Rice at Sherith Israel at email@example.com and let her know. Be sure to mention that you are contacting her regarding the special Reboot program so you can receive a special discounted ticket price.
Do you 10Q?
Reflect. React. Renew with Reboot and discuss what you will do differently in 5774 with Reboot’s 10Q project. In the session, Reboot’s Tanya Schevitz will lead a discussion based on the annual digital project that asks 10 introspective questions about the year past and the year ahead. Get to know members of your community in smaller breakout conversations. More important- get to know yourself better. Sign up to be part of 10Q at doyou10Q.com.
*10Q is a project of Reboot and is made possible with the support of the Koret Foundation.
Six-Word Jewish Memoirs on 5774
Hear from members of your community as they look forward and tell stories about how their Judaism will look in the new year in just six words. Find your inner-literati and compose your own Six-Word Memoir to be shared online. What is your Six-Word Memoir?
*Six-Word Memoirs on Jewish Life is a project of Smith Magazine and Reboot. The project is made possible with the support of the JCF Young Funder IGI Grant
Let the restorative powers of this gentle and meditative musical journey transform you.
Yizkor: Memorial Service
Rabbi Larry Raphael, Rabbi Julie Saxe-Taller and music director Cantor Fran Burgess lead us in a reflective memorial service, including Rabbi Larry Raphael’s meditation.
Ne’ilah: Closing the Gates
The clergy will guide us through prayer and song as we prepare to close the gates, seeking one more opportunity for renewal and forgiveness.