SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

All Main Services in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary will be available via Livestream.
Click here to view the Livestream.
Our High Holy Days is tunefully sponsored by Daniel and Mandy Hochman.

Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sun., Sept. 25

6:00 PM
Families with 3rd to 6th Graders Service on the CBB Back Patio (in-person only)

7:30 PM
Main Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

Rosh
Hashanah
Mon., Sept. 26

7:00-8:30 AM
Early Morning Outdoor Service
on the CBB Back Patio (in-person only)

9:15-10:00 AM
Families with Young Children Services
on the CBB Back Patio (in-person only)

10:30 AM-12:45 PM

Main Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

2:00-4:00 PM
Tashlich
at Goleta Beach (hosted by the Jewish Federation)

Kol
Nidre
Tues., Oct. 4

5:15-6:15 PM & 7:00-8:15 PM
Outdoor Kol Nidre Alternative Service
on Stearn’s Wharf

6:00 PM
Families with 3rd to 6th Graders Service –
location TBA (in-person only)

7:30-9:00 PM
Main Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

Yom Kippur – Morning
Wed., Oct. 5

7:00-8:30 AM
Early Morning Outdoor Service with Yizkor
on the CBB Back Patio (in-person only)

9:15-10:00 AM
Families with Young Children Services
on the CBB Back Patio (in-person only)

10:30 AM-12:45 PM
Main Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

Yom Kippur – Afternoon
Wed., Oct. 5

1:45-3:00 PM
Afternoon Options In-Person – Click here for descriptions and locations


3:00 PM

Afternoon Main Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

5:15 PM (approx)
Yizkor Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

6:15 PM (approx)
Ne’ilah Service
in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary (Livestream available)

7:00 PM (approx)
Break Fast
on the CBB Back Patio

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Book of Remembrance

Every year, CBB publishes a book of remembrance for Yizkor services on Yom Kippur.

Click here to view our newly-updated 2022/5782 Book of Remembrance.

Guests

CBB has an open door policy. Everyone is welcome – members, non-members, and guests. We do not issue tickets for our High Holy Day services. However, we do request that guests RSVP.

Donations are encouraged and enable CBB to remain open to all. You may make a gift at cbbsb.org/give, or see below under “GIVING.”

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

RSVP FOR GUESTS

Childcare

For Main Services (10:30 AM) on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur:

  • Childcare for children ages 2-8 (and 18 months+ for BHY children). RSVPs required.
  • Supervised Break for chidren in 3rd through 6th grade

For Erev Rosh Hashanan and Kol Nidre

  • Supervised Break for chidren in 3rd through 6th grade

Volunteers

If you’d like to create some personalized and meaningful community interactions during the High Holy Days, we are seeking ushers and other volunteers during services. Click below to sign up to help!

Click Here

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.

No Fragrances

We have many members and guests who are sensitive to fragrances, perfumes, or cologne. Please refrain from using fragrances to make High Holy Day worship a comfortable experience for everyone. Thank you!

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.

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

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

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE KINDLE E-BOOK

Mishkan HaNefesh Yom Kippur

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

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE KINDLE E-BOOK

GIVING

High Holy Days Giving

Thank you for your gift to CBB, 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.

GIVE HERE

Dedicate 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

Food Drive

CBB’s Jewish Learning Program students will be leading the annual High Holy Day Food Drive. Please fill 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
  • rice
  • canned fruit, vegetables, or meats
  • cereal
  • pasta

Collection bins will be located at CBB from Rosh Hashanah through Simchat Torah.

Alternatively, you can check out our team fundraising page to support the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County.

Your Gift is Makes an Impact – 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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Tashlich (sponsored by the Jewish Federation)

Break Fast

Sukkot Programs

Simchat Torah

THANK YOUS

We thank the following organizations and businesses for their help in making this year’s High Holy Day services possible.