2021 High Holy Days @ CBB

SelichotSaturday, August 28

Erev Rosh HashanahMonday, September 6

Rosh HashanahTuesday, September 7

Kol NidreWednesday, September 15

Yom KippurThursday, September 16

CLICK HERE TO VIEW LIVESTREAM (starts Sept 6)

SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

EREV ROSH HASHANAH Monday, September 6 (LABOR DAY)   

6 PM  Families with 3rd to 6th Graders Service on CBB Back Patio (In-person only)
7:30-9 PM  MAIN SERVICE in Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream/In-Person RSVP REQUIRED)


ROSH HASHANAH Tuesday, September 7 

7-8:30 AM  Early Morning Outdoor Service on CBB Back Patio (In-person only)
9:15-10 AM  Families with Young Children Services on CBB Back Patio (In-person/Livestream)
10:30 AM-12:45 PM  MAIN SERVICE in Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream/In-Person RSVP REQUIRED)
1-5 PM  Tashlich: SB Jewish Federation hosts at Leadbetter Beach

KOL NIDRE Wednesday, September 15

5:15-6:15 PM & 7-8:15 PM Outdoor Kol Nidre Alternative Service on the Wharf (NO RSVPs Available; both services full).
6 PM Families with 3rd to 6th Graders Service – Back Patio (In-person only)
7:30-9 PM MAIN SERVICE in Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream/In-Person RSVP REQUIRED)


YOM KIPPUR Thursday, September 16

7-8:30 AM  Early Morning Outdoor Service with Yizkor on CBB Back Patio (In-person only)
9:15-10 AM  Families with Young Children Services at CBB Back Patio (In-person/Livestream)
10:30 AM-12:45 PM  MAIN SERVICE in Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream/In-Person RSVP REQUIRED)
1-3:30 PM  Afternoon Options (All virtual – no sessions at CBB)
4 PM  Afternoon MAIN SERVICE in Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream/In-Person RSVP REQUIRED)
5:30-7 PM  Yizkor & Ne’ilah Service in Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream/In-Person RSVP REQUIRED)

Online RSVPS Have Closed – Please Contact the Office for Help

All Main Services in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary will be available on Livestream.
Click here to view.

Music for our High Holy Days is tunefully sponsored by Daniel and Mandy Hochman

PRAYER BOOKS

Prayerbooks will not be displayed online during the Livestream service. You can access a virtual copy of the Mishkan Hanefesh prayerbooks to follow along with Livestream services at home this year.

Prefer to borrow a set of books? Visit the CBB front office between Mon., Aug 30 and Fri. Sept 3, 9 AM to 12 noon to pick up your set. To make other arrangements email ron@cbbsb.org.

Thank you Sara Miller McCune and Marlene Gordon Beckerman & Family
for co-sponsoring the beautiful Mishkan Hanefesh prayerbooks used each year by our CBB Community

Miskhan Hanefesh Rosh Hashana

View the flipbook online (Free)

  • File can take up to several seconds to load
  • Book reads right to left
CLICK HERE TO OPEN FLIP BOOK

Download the Kindle e-version (approx $10 per book)

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE KINDLE E-BOOK

Mishkan HaNefesh Yom Kippur

View the flipbook online (free)

  • File can take up to several seconds to load
  • Book reads right to left
CLICK HERE TO OPEN FLIP BOOK

Download the Kindle e-version (approx $10 per book)

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE KINDLE E-BOOK

BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE

Please view the 5782 Book of Remembrance below

Book of Remembrance 2021 CURRENT Flipbook update

KEY INFORMATION

Covid Protocols

INDOOR Services:  All attendees for indoor services must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (2 shots of Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or 1 shot of Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two weeks ago), masked at all times on-campus, and self-certify upon entering to be COVID-symptom free.

Do not attend if you have recently been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID.  No children under the age of 12 will be permitted for indoor services during High Holy Days. (Family services will be held outdoors.)

OUTDOOR Services:  Masks are required for anyone two years or older during High Holy Days on the CBB campus and for services on the Wharf.

Parking

In order to minimize congestion and limit the amount of people on campus at any one time, we ask that you arrive no earlier than 30 minutes before any service, and that you leave promptly at the end of the service.

When parking in the neighborhood: Please be considerate of our neighbors. Please be careful when parking and walking on the streets surrounding CBB. Do not block driveways, and be aware of private property and landscaping.

Volunteers

If you’d like to create some personalized and meaningful community interactions during the High Holy Days, here are the current volunteer opportunities:

Honey Cake Baking. Click here to sign up.

Be a greeter for one of our in-person services. Click here to sign up.

GIVING

High Holy Days Giving

Thank you for your tax deductible donation, earmarked High Holy Days Giving, which helps us fulfill our mission of being a diverse, inclusive group of individuals and families building together a vibrant house of living Judaism all year long.

CLICK HERE

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!

CLICK HERE

Unity Shoppe Food Drive

With school back in session, it’s an exciting time of the year for many children, but there are thousands of low-income families living in our Community who face a shortage of food at home. As members of CBB you can make a HUGE difference that will go DIRECTLY to families in need.

Help Unity Shoppe fill its empty shelves with canned, (plastic) jarred, and boxed goods. Specifically, peanut butter, jelly, mac & cheese boxes, pasta, boxed long-grain rice, cans of beans and corn.

Donation bins will be placed outside CBB between Erev Rosh Hashanah and Simchat Torah for donations. YOUR SUPPORT is very much appreciated!

CLICK HERE to read more about our donations can aid Unity Shoppe.

Your Contribution Makes a Difference! Thank You.

PERSONAL PRACTICE GUIDE 

Personal Practice Guide

This year’s Days of Awe are a unique opportunity to open ourselves to the power and wisdom of our tradition. Join us on the path through  learning and resources for reflection. We will travel to place of humility and vulnerability, creating the possibility of personal renewal and transformation. Together, even at a distance, we travel back to our best selves in preparation for this new Jewish year!

CLICK HERE FOR PERSONAL PRACTICE GUIDE

Other High Holy Day Events

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Order Challah

More Info

Sukkot Programs

Simchat Torah