2018 High Holy Days @ CBB
Selichot – Sat, September 1
Erev Rosh Hashana – Sun, September 9
Rosh Hashana – Mon, September 10
Kol Nidre – Tues, September 18
Yom Kippur – Wed, September 19
High Holy Day Information
2018 High Holy Day Guide
Download your copy of the Guide for all details about High Holy Days at CBB. Includes information about service times, and other opportunities to celebrate, reflect, and be involved.
Childcare Sign Up
RSVP AND SIGN-IN ARE REQUIRED. Please click below to sign up for Childcare during services.
RSVP AND SIGN-IN ARE REQUIRED. Please click below to sign up for Youth Programming.
Whether you are a new member or have been part of CBB for years, volunteering to serve as a High Holy day usher, greeter, or other role is what brings the personalized and meaningful community interactions that make High Holy Days at CBB so special.
Please contact Director of Operations Ron Gleiberman with any questions: email@example.com or (805) 964-7869 ext. 137
Our Open Door Policy
- Everyone is welcome – members, non-members, and guests.
We do not issue tickets for our High Holy Day services.
- Donations are encouraged and enable CBB to remain open to all. You may donate at cbbsb.org/give, or see below for the T3 Appeal!
- Please RSVP below if you will be a guest OR will be requesting reciprocity this year.
“Entering Elul” Guide: Preparing for the High Holy Days (New!)
Welcome! Elul is the Hebrew month traditionally set aside for spiritual stock-taking in preparation for the High Holy Days. This preparation is a special kind of inner work called teshuvah, which means “turning,” or “returning,” to our best selves. With self-compassion and honesty we identify what we can improve in our lives, the things we need to apologize for, so we take steps to set these things right as we enter a new year.
Other High Holy Day Celebrations
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Ways to Give
High Holy Days Appeal
Mitzvah Food Drive
CBB’s Jewish Learning Programs (K-12) will be running the annual High Holy Day Food Drive. Please fill up a reusable or paper bag with new, unopened, non-perishable food items to be donated to the Food Bank of Santa Barbara. Items most needed include:
- peanut butter
- canned fruit, vegetables, or meats
- cereal, and
Collection bins will be located at CBB from Rosh Hashanah through Simchat Torah.
HHD Call-to-Action: Helping Kids Globally and Locally
During the Late Yom Kippur Morning Service you’ll hear about two ways to make a difference in the new year:
- become involved with Youth Interactive to help local kids with school and job skills, and
- sign up to buy a Safe Passage bag at the table in the lobby after the same service to directly support refugee families living in Pikpa Camp in Greece.
Thank you for caring!
YOUR CONTRIBUTION MAKES THE DIFFERENCE!