High Holidays Schedule 2019-5780

Rabbi Louis Polisson inspires as he leads us during our High Holiday services. 

Join us as we read from our wonderful High Holiday prayer book Mahzor Lev Shalem. This highly inclusive and accessible resource makes it easy to follow along with the service in Hebrew and English and provides an engaging and relevant in-depth commentary for our modern readers. 

Ordering your tickets

Go here to get complete information about tickets for both members and non-members.

Dates and times 

Rosh Hashanah

   

Sun., September 29, 2019

7:30pm

 

Mon., September 30, 2019

9:00am

Super Tot Services (Newborn-K)  10:30-11:30 am
Children's Services (Grades 1-5) 10:30-11:45 am
Youth Discussions (Grades 6-8 and HS) Noon-1pm

Tues., October 1, 2019

9:00am

Children's services (Grades 1-5) 10:30-11:45am

 

 

 

Tashlikh 

   
Sun., October 6, 2019 12:30-1:30pm Grist Mill, Sudbury  
     

Kol Nidre

   

Tues., October 8, 2019

5:45pm

 
     

Yom Kippur

   

Wed., October 9, 2019

9:00am

Super Tot Services (Newborn-K)  10:30-11:30 am
Children's Services (Grades 1-5) 10:30-11:45 am
Youth Discussions (Grades 6-8 and HS) Noon-1pm

Minchah (Afternoon Services) and Ne'ilah (Concluding Services)

4:30-7:10pm

Kiddush to break the fast after services
     

Erev Sukkot Sunset Services

   

Sun., October 13, 2019

6:00pm

Candle lighting 5:48 pm
     

Sukkot Day 1 Morning Services

   
Mon., October 14, 2019

9:30am

 
     

"Pizza & Pasta in the Hut" 

   
Wed., October 16, 2019 5:30pm Shaking the Lulav & Etrog in the Sukkah
 

6:00pm

Dinner

     
Sukkot on the Farm  

Codman Community Farms, 58 Codman Road, Lincoln. 

Sun., October 20, 2019

10:30am-1:30pm

Click here for registration.

     

Erev Shemini Atzeret (Yizkor)

   

Sun., October 20, 2019

7:00pm

 
     

Erev Simchat Torah 

   

Mon., October 21, 2019

5:45pm

Family Dinner (RSVP Info Coming Soon!)

  6:30pm Israeli Dancing Lesson
  7:00pm Ma'ariv (evening service)
  7:15pm Hakafot (dancing with the Torah)
  8pm Conclusion of services

Children's services

Your children will love our special High Holiday services created just for their age group. We conduct a Super Tot Service for children ages newborn to kindergarten, and a Junior Congregation service for children in grades 1-5. In addition to children’s services, there will be discussion groups for middle-schoolers and teens. Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12 will have opportunities to focus on some of the themes of the High Holidays and how they relate to their lives today. See the grid above for dates and times.

*See Childcare to learn more about care for children 3 months to 4th grade. 

Parking

ON STREET PARKING: As we have in the past, after our parking lot and the Peace Lutheran Church parking lot is full, we will have overflow parking on the east side only of Concord Road between Glezen Lane and Plain Road. Below are some import reminders regarding overflow parking:
o No parking on side roads including Claypit Hill Road, Training Field Road and Glezen Lane
o Do not obstruct any sidewalks or driveways, and avoid parking within 75 feet of street corners to allow for proper sight lines

NEW! Lulav and Etrog Orders

Congregation Or Atid is happy to offer a Lulav and Etrog pick up service from the Israel Book Shop. Click here for the order form and more information.

 

 

Social Action

Community Cooks!

Upcoming date: Nov. 17 Please volunteer to cook or deliver a meal for Bristol Lodge Women's Shelter, Waltham. 

Patient Navigator Service

With JFS of Metrowest, this free service helps Jewish and other frail older adults living in Metrowest get to and navigate their medical appointments. More info here.

Bristol Lodge

Upcoming date: Dec. 1 Help set up, clean up and serve a meal to homeless people at this Waltham soup kitchen. Great opportunity for children ages 8 and up and adults. Choose a Sunday.

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Adult Education

[email protected] Broads in Midrash

Mondays, starts 9/23, 10am at Or Atid 
10 session class exploring little known women whose stories are embellished in the rabbinic tradition. Details here.

The Jewish Response to the Modern Civil Rights Movement

Tuesdays, Nov. 19, Nov. 26, Dec. 3 at Or Atid
Taught by Yoni Kadden, Chair, History Department, Gann Academy. RSVP by Oct. 29 to [email protected]. More info here.

 

 

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