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Kol Nidrei Appeal

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Audio Classes: Elul/ Tishrei

Rabbi Weinstock's Class on Teshuva can be accessed here (delivered on 9/2/20)
Rabbi Weinstock's Class on Tefilah can be accessed here (delivered 9/9/20)
Sara Frieberg's class on Rosh Hashanah Day 1 Torah Reading  (9/3/20) can be accessed here
Sara Frieberg's class on Rosh Hashanah Day 2 Torah Reading (9/10/20) can be accessed here.
Sara Frieberg's class on Rosh Hashanah Haftorah Readings (9/17/20) can be accessed here.

Shofar Schedule Sunday 2nd day Rosh Hashanah

Please click here to view the schedule of outside shofar blowing. Please observe health guidelines.

High Holidays 5781

Selichot
We began saying Selichot Saturday night 9/12 

Selichot books will be available at shul and will be disinfected between uses.

The full version of Selichot will be recited Sunday through Thursday evenings at 9:45 PM in the Sanctuary.
A 9:30 PM Maariv will immediately precede Selichot.
This evening Selichot service will be broadcast via zoom and accessible by clicking here.
https://zoom.us/j/242469743

An abridged version of selichot will be recited before each Shacharit minyan, Monday through Friday.

Minyan Schedule 9/21-9/25

Shacharit: Please Note that starting this week, minyanim will begin with selichot (approximately 10-15 min) followed by shacharit, which will begin with Rabbe Yishmael
Monday through Friday: (beginning with an abridged Selichot): 6 AM , 7 AM, 8 AM

Mincha/ Maariv: Sunday through Thursday: 7:05 PM

Hatarat Nedarim

Hatarat Nedarim will be performed after each Minyan on Friday, Erev Rosh Hashanah
Hatarat Nedarim will be performed in a socially distanced fashion.
One may perform Hatarat Nedarim via Zoom, provided that a Beit Din of 3 judges are sitting together.
Zoom Hatarat Nedarim will take place after the 8 AM Minyan on Friday 
to access click here

Men’s Mikvah Use Prior to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Many have the custom to use the mikvah before Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur; however, the YIH Mikvah will not be available to men this year. In lieu of a mikva, men can fulfill this custom by standing under a running shower for the amount of time it would take for approximately 5 gallons (tisha kabin) of water to run down over their head and body.

Rosh Hashanah 5781
Friday 9/18 - Sunday 9/20

Guide for Tefilah At Home and Halachic Times for Rosh Hashanah: click here
Page Numbers in the Machzor for Tefilah At Home: click here

Page Numbers for those Davening at Shul - click here
Procedure for blowing/ hearing the shofar outside of shul: click here

Shofar Blowing 

If you are homebound and need someone to come to your home to blow shofar, please reach out to Rabbi Adam Frieberg as soon as possible, raf@yih.org

Shabbat Shuva and Aseret Ymei Teshuva

Shabbat Shuva Drasha:
Rabbi Yosef Weinstock will discuss
"The Connection Between Yosef Hatzaddik and the Yomim Noraim"
Shabbat September 26th
After 6:45 PM Mincha (approx. 7 PM) in the Sanctuary
The drasha will also be sent out via e-mail after Shabbat

Get Ready for Yom Tov
with Rabbi Adam Frieberg : 9/23 and 9/30 at 8 PM in Social Hall
also available via zoom by clicking here       (Password required)
and Rabbi Frand's Annual Teshuva Shiur  9/24

Yom Kippur 5781

Guide for Tefilah at Home and Halachic Times: click here
Page Numbers in the Machzor for Tefilah at Home: click here



The Feintuch family announces the availability of a free Tashlich app, for all devices, developed in memory of their beloved father and grandfather, Joseph Katzenstein. To download go to http://www.rustybrick.com/iphone-tashlich.php
 


 

Fri, September 18 2020 29 Elul 5780