Rosh Hashanah Schedule
Our Time for Reflection, Renewal, and Inspiration
Erev Rosh Hashanah - September 18 at 7:30pm
Join us as we begin our new year live from our sanctuary with prayer, readings, and music. This service which will incorporate prayers of healing and reflection on the year that was will include a guided meditation, inspirational words as well as our traditional and familiar High Holiday melodies.
Rosh Hashanah Day One - September 19 at 10:15am
You’ll be receiving a unique registration and link for this high caliber, spirited experience which will engage, enthuse and excite our community. This professionally produced service will include members singing, chanting, reading Torah and offering prayers as well as our choir virtually zoomed to our homes. The feel will be Kol Ami Emanu-El led by our clergy, Rabbi Needleman, Cantor Goldman and our emeritus founding Rabbi, Dr. Sheldon J. Harr. Don’t miss this one.
Rosh Hashanah Tot Service - September 19 at 1:00pm
Join our Clergy, Miss Tracy, Miss Stacey, Miss Lori and Miss Julietta for a Rosh Hashanah Zoom Tot Service
Sing Along and Art Project. Supplies Needed: Crayons, Markers, Scissors and Print Out (to be emailed)
Fun for the whole family!
Rosh Hashanah Day Two - September 20 at 10:15am
Join Rabbi Needleman, Cantor Goldman, and Adina Sharfstein live from our sanctuary at 10.15am.
A traditional service which will include a Torah reading, familiar melodies, chants and readings.
Tashlich - September 20 at noon
We’ll be meeting at noon LIVE at our lake to cast away our sins and pray for a better year to come.This service will be in person and live streamed to our Facebook. Social distancing, and masks required.
Please bring your own breadcrumbs.
TEMPLE KOL AMI EMANU-EL MEMBERSHIP
Temple Kol Ami Emanu-El, a Reform synagogue in Plantation, Florida, provides our members with the spiritual, affirmational, educational and social experiences designed around our shared Jewish heritage.
We believe in a shared responsibility of healing, transforming, and repairing our world (tikkun olam) through acts of loving kindness (gemilut chasadim), concern for the well being of all people, and our devotion to the pluralistic religious values of liberal Judaism.
We are committed to the State of Israel and her people, as well as Jewish communities and progressive Jewish values wherever they may be found. We celebrate our identity as a multi-generational family oriented congregation that embraces diversity, welcomes the stranger, and seeks to provide a warm and nurturing environment to all who choose to call us home.
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