Schedule

All of Central Synagogue's High Holy Days services will be held virtually this year.

To download Central's prayer books for the High Holy Days, please click here:
Selichot
Central Synagogue High Holy Days Machzor
Family Services Machzor


If you missed or would like to re-watch a service from over the High Holy Days, please view our Livestream page for available replays.


Selichot

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

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Erev Rosh HaShanah

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

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Rosh HaShanah

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

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Rosh HaShanah II

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

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Sukkot On the Farm

Sunday, October 6

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Kol Nidrei

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

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Yom Kippur

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

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Erev Sukkot

Click here for more information on this year’s Sukkot celebrations.

Friday, October 2

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Sukkot

Click here for more information on this year’s Sukkot celebrations.

Friday, October 2

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Sukkot

Click here for more information on this year’s Sukkot celebrations.

Saturday, October 3

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Erev Simchat Torah

Sunday, October 20

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Simchat Torah

Friday, October 9

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Sh’mini Atzeret

Saturday, October 10

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For events that require preregistration, Central members should check their email inboxes for links. For High Holy Day events taking place via Zoom, members can find links on their e-ticket.

Click here to learn more about the unique High Holy Days gift sent to all Central members through a video and message from Rabbi Angela Buchdahl.


Connecting With Ourselves: Yom Kippur Meditations

Monday, September 28
8:30 am and throughout the day

Looking for a different way to reflect during Yom Kippur? Check out these two meditation options:

  1. Rabbi Angela Buchdahl offers a seated, contemplative meditation at 8:30 am on Yom Kippur to help us enter a reflective mindset. It will be recorded and available throughout the day.

    Click here to listen.

  2. Want to unplug from your screens? Cantor Julia Cadrain will offer a guided, audio-only walking meditation. This musical, accessible guided reflection is rooted in the idea of return – with compassion, we return again and again to our highest selves, our focus, and our intentions. If your mind wanders when you try to meditate, this is for you.

    Available via Central Synagogue’s podcast:

    View at Apple
    View at Google
    View at Spotify


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