2019 High Holy Days @ CBB

Selichot – Sat, September 21

Erev Rosh Hashana – Sun, September 29

Rosh Hashana – Mon, September 30

Kol Nidre – Tues, October 8

Yom Kippur – Wed, October 9

Information

 2019 High Holy Day Guide
Service times, general info & more
(PDF)

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Book of Remembrance
Submission Form (PDF)
Due: Monday, Sept 16

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Rosh Hashanah
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schedule at-a-glance

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Yom Kippur
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schedule at-a-glance

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Giving

Dedicate HHD Prayer Books

Thanks to a generous gift from Sara Miller McCune and Marlene Gordon Beckerman and Family, CBB is using a new set of prayer books for the High Holy Days. These editions represent the first new High Holy Days texts to be introduced in the Reform Movement in nearly 40 years. You can support CBB and dedicate sets of the new books to remember a loved one, celebrate a lifecycle occasion, or honor clergy, family and friends.  A personalized bookplate will be placed in each set of the volumes currently used in CBB’s High Holy Day services.  Order your dedication today!

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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. Collection bins will be located at CBB from Rosh Hashanah through Simchat Torah. Items most needed include:

  • Peanut Butter
  • Rice
  • Canned fruit, vegetables, or meats
  • Cereal
  • Pasta

High Holy Days “T3 Appeal”

Teshuva – Tefillah – Tzedakah

Throughout the year we are committed to providing a place for connection and spirituality, lifelong learning and support for those in need.  With your gift of tzedakah, we can continue to grow to meet the needs of our community.    Thank you for your tax deductible donation, earmarked High Holy Day T3 campaign, which helps us fulfill our mission of being a diverse, inclusive group of individuals and families building together a vibrant house of living Judaism.

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Your Contribution Makes a Difference! Thank You.

Guest RSVPs

Everyone is welcome – members, non-members, and guests. We do not issue tickets for our High Holy Day services. For security reasons, we request that you do not bring large bags to CBB.

Donations are encouraged and enable CBB to remain open to all. You may donate at cbbsb.org/give, or see above for an electronic donation form.

Please RSVP below if you will be a guest OR will be requesting reciprocity this year.

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Children’s Programs

Click here to see details about children’s program at Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

RSVP AND SIGN-IN ARE REQUIRED. Please click below to sign up for Youth Programming and/or Childcare during services.

Childcare Sign Up Form

Volunteer

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: ron@cbbsb.org or (805) 964-7869 ext. 137

VOLUNTEER SIGN UP FORM

Other High Holy Day Celebrations

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Taschlich

Break Fasts

Sukkot Programs

RSVP for PIZZA IN THE HUT

Simchat Torah