Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan

Yom Kippur Family Service with Rabbi Abigail Treu
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Session Schedule: Oct 09, 2019
Wed
9:30AM - 11:30AM
Age Requirements:
# of Sessions: 1
Exception Dates:
None

Yom Kippur Morning Service with Rabbi Abigail Treu

Date + Time: Wed, Oct 9, 9:30 - 11:30 am
Ritual leadership: Rabbi Abigail Treu, Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Who is this experience for? Everyone who wants to be with children on Yom Kippur.
What ritual aspects and environment can I expect? Recitation of the traditional Hebrew prayers for forgiveness as well as English translations and versions; chanting of the Torah; singing and praying in Hebrew and English; story-telling, and time to reflect on how to forgive, seek forgiveness, and become our best selves in the new year. This service will have amplified sound, and words will be projected onto a large screen for participants to follow along.

Warm, welcoming, come-as-you-are services led by Rabbi Abigail Treu, director of the Center for Jewish Living and the David H. Sonabend Center for Israel at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan. Yom Kippur is our day of introspection and atoning for what we've done wrong and agreeing in community to do better in the year ahead.

Cost:
$18 individual (children under 2 not needing a seat, free)

If you are bringing children under 2 who do not need a seat there is no charge, but we ask that you email adina@jccharlem.org as we need a full head count. Thank you in advance for your help!

Cost* 
Public Price$ 18.00

*Discounts are applied at checkout.

JCC members receive discounted prices. Join today. Call 646.505.5700.

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