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Virtual Services the Week of September 14

Awakening Your Spiritual Connection
Monday, September 14 at 11:00am
Join Cheryl Brause, WJC member and mediation teacher, for a 45-minute meditation to explore how we can take ancient wisdom and spiritual practices to reconnect to meaning, purpose, connection and hope in the new year.
Zoom Meeting ID: 830 5266 5867

An Exploration of Psalms – Part 3
Tuesday, September 15 at 9:45am
Join Rabbi Dalton as she explores the Psalms. Returning–Searching, turning back, and finding closeness with ourselves and God as we make mistakes.
Zoom Meeting ID: 897 4239 4180

Elul Pre-High Holy Days Yoga – Session 2
Wednesday, September 16 at 7:45pm
The second opportunity to join yoga teacher Robin Wald for a reflective Elul yoga and meditation practice.
Zoom Meeting ID: 827 8241 8087

High Holidays Introduction – Part 3
Thursday, September 17 at 7:45pm
The third of three sessions with Rabbi Arnowitz. We explore “Ahl Chet” and the beating of our chest.
Zoom Meeting ID: 907 858 576

Rosh HaShanah Services

Friday, September 18 – Erev Rosh HaShanah
6:00pm: Preceding the first day of Rosh HaShanah, there will be a virtual Zoom service where we virtually greet one another and usher in
Shabbat and Rosh HaShanah. Zoom Meeting ID: 842 3342 2246

Saturday, September 19 – Rosh HaShanah Day 1
9:00am: Rosh HaShanah Day 1 services begin with a small minyan comprised of those who are leading parts of the service. www.wjcenter.org/wjclive

11:00am: Group of pre-registered congregants join the room. This 90-minute service will be crafted to be as meaningful as possible for both attendees and those viewing remotely. It will include the sermon, familiar prayers, and elements of the lay-led study service. www.wjcenter.org/wjclive

Sunday, September 20 – Rosh HaShanah Day 2
9:00am: Rosh HaShanah Day 2 services begin with a small minyan comprised of those who are leading parts of the service. www.wjcenter.org/wjclive

11:00am: Group of pre-registered congregants join the room. This 90-minute service will be crafted to be as meaningful as possible for both attendees and those viewing remotely. It will include the sermon, familiar prayers, and elements of the lay-led study service. www.wjcenter.org/wjclive

In three 45-minute shifts (2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm), participants will have an opportunity to hear the call of the shofar from a safe distance and to perform the Tashlich ceremony of throwing bread into the water to represent the casting off of our sins. The service will take place at Harbor Island Park. Sign Up to Attend Tashlich

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