High Holidays 2020 Resources
Due to COVID-19 restrictions High Holidays are going to look different this year, and Hillel is here to support our students with community resources, as well as opportunities provided by Hillel International through their Hillel@Home initiative.
To prioritize our community’s health, safety, and spiritual wellbeing, we’ve compiled a list of helpful resources that is being updated as additional resources become available.
Rosh Hashanah Meal & Service Options
Kosher Korner To Go Meals
Sign up to purchase Rosh Hashanah Shabbat to-go box meals, and Rosh Hashanah Day two to-go meals, from the Kosher Korner
Host Rosh Hashanah Services or a Rosh Hashanah Meal
To host a Rosh Hashanah meal please sign up for our Shabbat Shabayit program
*Students who host Rosh Hashanah meals are eligible to receive a reimbursement for $8 per person, for up to 10 people (including the host). Hosts may have meals on Shabbat and on day two of Rosh Hashanah*
Are you hosting Rosh Hashanah Services at your home and need Machzors? Sign up here to borrow Hillel's Machzors for the duration of Rosh Hashanah
Rosh Hashanah Shabbat Challenge!
Hosted by Congregation Kol Ami and our very own Cantor Abbe Lyons.
Join us for a joint, nationwide, online Slichot program!
Cantor Linda Hirschhorn,
Cantor Abbe Lyons,
Rabbi Amy Loewenthal,
Rabbi Adrienne Rubin,
Rabbi Jessica K. Shimberg,
Rabbi Oren Steinitz
Check out the Facebook Event Here
Temple Concord High Holiday
Join Princeton for Conservative High Holiday Services
These services will be led primarily by Princeton students, many of whom have been studying to lead these prayers and melodies for the first time with the mentorship of our Hazzan, Avi Paradise.
Princeton has chosen to highlight a portion of each service so that we can maintain focus and intensity while we are together over Zoom. For some of us, that will be more than enough time for formal prayer and others will want to begin their prayers before we meet or continue afterwards. Please note in the schedule which part of the service we will be davening together. We will not be reading from the Torah as a community, but we hope you’ll study the Torah readings on your own.
Our services will be almost entirely live (rather than pre-recorded) because we wanted to pray together in the moment on the holiday itself. We are working with a great tech team and hope there won’t be any glitches, but please know we decided to take the risk so that we could experience the power of the day.
High Holiday Services
Temple Israel is pleased to welcome BU students to participate in our High Holiday services on-line only this year.
Temple Israel welcomes all to join our High Holiday Services on-line via Zoom.
Temple Israel High Holiday Services will all be on zoom, and on-line participation will be open to all.
Due to Covid-19 precautions, in-person attendance will be limited to 30 members by advance arrangement.
Temple Israel High Holiday Services
To see the High Holiday Schedule please see below
To register for online services with Temple Israel please contact Executive Director, Brian Freedman, directly to reserve your space