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Fri. Oct 3
5:45 PM-7:30 PM
Minyan Tikvah is thrilled to announce that we will be having traditional egalitarian services on Yom Kippur, October 3-4, this year. Our Yom Kippur services will be participatory and full of singing...
Listed In: Everyone Philadelphia
Fri. Oct 3
6:00 PM
Start Yom Kippor right at the Family Kol Nidre Service at Keneseth Israel. Guests welcome.
Fri. Oct 3
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES WELCOME TO CONGREGATION LEYV HA-IR NO TICKETS REQUIRED TO ATTEND OUR OBSERVANCE OF THE HIGH HOLY DAYS. RABBI JULIE GREENBERG AND CANTORIAL SOLOIST JESSI ROEMER WILL LEAD US IN A...
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Fri. Oct 3
6:00 PM
Orthodox Services-6:10pm in Bodek Lounge, Houston Hall Conservative Services-6:10pm Student Led: Steinhardt Hall Community Services: Irvine Auditorium Reform Services-6:10pm Student Led: Steinhardt...
Listed In: Philadelphia
Fri. Oct 3
6:00 PM
Looking for a spiritually enriching unique and inspiring home for the High Holidays? The Narberth Havurah invites you to join our welcoming Jewish Community. For more information visit www...
Fri. Oct 3
8:00 PM
8:00pm This is an adult service. Children in 3rd grade and above are welcome to attend.
Sat. Oct 4
8:30 AM
Orthodox Services- 8:30am in Bodek Lounge, Houston Hall Yiskor after Shacharit Conservative Services-9am Yiskor after 11:30am Student Led: Steinhardt Hall Community Services: Irvine Auditorium Reform...
Listed In: Philadelphia
Sat. Oct 4
9:30 AM
9:30am: This is an adult service. Children in 3rd grade and above are welcome to attend. Babysitting available for children age 2-4. Cost $18. No charge for older children. Please contact us to...
Sat. Oct 4
10:00 AM-8:00 PM
Put the High Back into the High Holydays at P'nai Or ! singing ! sharing ! learning ! movement! ! inclusive language! celebration! depth! Yom Kippur: A day-long journey towards wholeness, Oct. 4,...
Sat. Oct 4
10:00 AM-8:00 PM
Yom Kippur: A day-long journey towards wholeness, beginning with morning blessings of gratitude, and ending as the sky grows dark - when with wine, spices and fire we make Havdalah together.
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