High Holy Days 2021/5782
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We’ll be using the Mahzor Lev Shalem For Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. If you’re a home host, you’ll be receiving them. The link to access the Mahzor (password: Fairfax910) will be posted throughout our services for all of our online participants. If you hurry, you can buy a Mahzor and support IKAR, by purchasing it through our smile account on Amazon.
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Recorded services are available in the recording box.
Yom Kippur: 9/16 @ 9am PT (doors open @ 8:30)
Yizkor: 9/16 @ 1pm PT
Minha/Neilah: 9/16 @ 6pm PT
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Tuesday, September 14: 10 am-4 pm
Wednesday, September 15: 10 am-3 pm
Thursday, September 16: 2-5 pm
Missed a sermon?
Want to sing along to Hazan Hillel Tigay’s cover of David Bowie’s “Heros”?
Or to experience the magic of ringing in 5782 together again?
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Everything is possible. Things don’t have to be as they are. We don’t have to be the people we have become. We can repair, redirect, reframe the contours of our relationships and our lives.
Click here to learn some basics about what the High Holy Days are.
Jewish Tradition designates this as a time of spiritual preparation for the heavy lifting of the Days of Awe, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. So how do you prepare? How do you get ready to change your life and change your world?
IKAR is here to help!
Ruminate, appreciate, get irate, activate: our rabbis guide us through the spiritual journey of the Holiest of Days.
Listen to last year’s sermons and make sure you don’t miss Rabbi Brous in conversation with Bryan Stevenson.