These services and activities can be viewed online at wjcenter.org/highholidays from September 15.
During Religious School Teacher Meet & Greet on Sunday, September 13, WJC Families can pick up our specially curated High Holiday Bags.
On Monday, September 14, ECC Families can pick up their High Holidays Bags in the Synagogue Office.
Tot Services – Rosh HaShanah Days 1 & 2 and Yom Kippur
Join Diane Holsten for an interactive High Holidays experience geared towards little ones along with a grown-up. Together we will set the table for Rosh HaShanah, sing songs, blow the shofar, dance with Torah, and wish loved ones and friends a L’shana Tovah!
Storytime with Eileen Fortuna
Eileen Fortuna reads from two fun and meaningful High Holiday children books. Perfect for some downtime with little ones.
Our clergy leads prayers and songs in pre-recorded services that will highlight unique and relevant holiday themes for the two days of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. The Torah will be read by Annika Lee, Elijah Arnowitz, and Leo Nazarzadeh.
The Challah Whisperer
Round challahs symbolize the completion of a year. Watch Tami Arnowitz take you through each and every step to bake round challahs.
Holiday Cooking: The Next Generation
Join WJC Teen Annika Lee as she teaches you her ancestors’ recipes for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur! Recipes include: Holiday Brisket, Carrot Tzimmes, Chopped Liver, Pareve, and Dairy Noodle Kugels and Rye Bread!
Shofar 101 with Stu Seltzer
Stu Seltzer talks about the significance of the shofar. He teaches the notes and offers tips for making it sing loud and clear.