High Holy Days 5782 | 2021
Virtual AND In Person
Rabbi Hannah, Martin and Dave have been working hard to prepare for these most special of days, and we are pleased to announce that we will be both virtual and in person over the course of the High Holidays. The High Holy Days are a journey meant to be experienced in community, and we will journey together in a variety of ways. On Rosh Hashanah, we’ll offer services on Erev Chag, Day 1 and Day 2 streamed from the Bayit as well as a big outdoor, in-person gathering at the Olympic Village Canoe Bridge for Shofar and Tashlich on the first day of Chag. This year we’ll add a sweet snack to enhance our social gathering. On Yom Kippur we plan to be back at the JCC! Even there, we will continue to stream our services for those joining from afar and to comply with whatever provincial Covid policy will be in effect at that time. Start planning now and invite your families and guests to join us in the variety of ways we will gather. Watch the Doar Shalom for more details and opportunities to sign up for essential volunteer roles.
Note: The Holy Days start early this year – Rosh Hashanah is on Monday, Sept. 6.