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High Holidays at Nevei Kodesh 5781


The Days of Awe...

We have a yearning in our hearts.

We seek to be uplifted and energized by Jewish ritual. We seek the freedom to be Jewish "our way." We seek community and meaning in challenging times.

So we gather together. We gather lifelong Jews, Jews by choice, the Jew-curious, and those in interfaith partnerships. We gather elders and youth, families and singles. We gather all the colors of the rainbow and we gather all sexual orientations and all beliefs (and non-beliefs) about the Divine. We gather, each in the image of G!d.

We gather to turn, return, and be turned each year at this time during the High Holidays.

If you want to connect to a Judaism that transcends and includes our sacred traditions, join us this year ONLINE, to experience our amazing Jewish Renewal-style High Holy Day services.

Magnificent music and heartfelt prayer brings us together as we journey higher and higher, deeper and deeper—bonded as a collective.

All High Holidays liturgy is provided in easy to follow format, with English phonetics and translations.

Click here for more details about this year's High Holidays! 

Rosh HaShana

5781: September 18-19, 2020

Erev Rosh HaShana (Rosh HaShana Eve) and first day Rosh HaShana morning services, we have a powerful range of prayer offerings. Led by Ba'alat Tefilah/Hazzan Michelle Wolf along with our musical team, we will have special teachings by Arik Labowitz and other guest leaders. In addition to liturgy and musical leadership, services feature movement, meditation, a full Torah service, children's and teen services and family programming.  Children/families can go on a special virtual Beekeeping field trip! Click here for specific details about this year's High Holidays! 

Second Day of Rosh HaShana

5781: Tuesday, Sunday, September 20, 2020

On the second day of Rosh HaShana, we have a virtual contemplative retreat led by Eyal Rivlin and Danya Rivlin along with Ba'alat Tefilah/Hazzan Michelle Wolf. We will combine deep kirtan-style prayer and devotional song, offering our prayers for personal and collective healing. We conclude our service with shofar-blowing, and encourage everyone to follow with kiddush and tashlich (the release of old karma).  

Please note that this is a separate event, not included in general membership.  Click here to register.

Yom Kippur

5781: September 27-28, 2020

Virtual services this year led by Ba'alat Tefilah/Hazzan Michelle Wolf, with special guest teachings by Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, Maggid Charna Rosenholtz, Eve Ilsen, and others.   Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre / Yom Kippur Eve) and Yom Kippur morning services we offer multiple modalities for prayer and inner connection, including traditional music and liturgy, movement, meditation, Torah service and Yizkor (memorial service). Daytime services will include a series of short services mixed with teaching/interactive activities for both adults and children.  We close the day with a powerful, potent Neilah (end of YK) service.  Members receive links to all sessions - guests are invited to join us for sessions by clicking on calendar links and registering.  Click here for specific details about times for each service and program.


Tue, April 20 2021 8 Iyyar 5781