Immediately following last week’s Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, and two weeks after Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year/Day of Judgment/Birthday of the World, October 1st is the second day of the week-long Jewish holiday of Sukkot (soo-coat), a harvest festival that emphasizes gratitude and vulnerability. This service will explore the way these holy days in quick succession invigorate our souls.
- Speaker: Rabbi Maralee Gordon
- Worship Leader: Carol Alfus
- Chalice Lighter: Judy Stettner
After the service we invite you to join us for coffee and conversation. 12:15-1:15 we will offer an orientation for newcomers.
To Attend in Person
In accordance with CDC guidance, masks and vaccination are optional. We will ask you to sign in with your contact information for possible contact tracing. We ask you let us know if you find you have a COVID infection within a week of attending a service.
To Attend Online
We conduct our services live on the Zoom platform to allow for a more interactive experience. You will need to have the free Zoom app on your device and have it updated to the latest version. www.zoom.us
Meeting ID: 847 0286 6562 Passcode: 929464