Schedule Of Events

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HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES  5777/2016

University Synagogue is pleased to present the schedule of High Holy Days events and services led by Rabbi Arnold Rachlis and Cantor Ruti Braier.

We request that each person bring his or her personal copy of our High Holy Days prayerbook, Kol Haneshamah. Prayerbooks will NOT be available for purchase at services but may be purchased in advance using the online order form. Purchased books may be picked up at the will call desk prior to services.

All women and men are encouraged to bring their own kippot and tallitot to services, except for Selichot and Erev Rosh Hashanah services when tallitot are not worn. Extra kippot and tallitot will be available at the services.

SELICHOT SERVICE – Saturday, September 24

TimeDescription
7:30pmOneg & Social Hour
8:00pmHavdalah Service
8:15pmJewish Women’s Theatre Presents “Biblical Stories, Contemporary Lives: Beyond Jacob’s Ladder”
9:30pmSelichot services, traditional prayers and modern readings prepare us spiritually for the High Holy Days

EREV ROSH HASHANAH – Sunday, October 2

TimeDescription
8:00pmErev Rosh Hashana Evening Service

ROSH HASHANAH First Day – Monday, October 3

TimeDescription
9:00amFamily Services
10:00amMorning Services

ROSH HASHANAH  Second Day  – Tuesday, October 4

TimeDescription
10:00amMorning Services

SHABBAT SHUVA – Friday, October 7

TimeDescription
8:00pmShabbat Shuva - meditative services in the round.

KOL NIDRE – Tuesday, Ocober 11

TimeDescription
8:00pmJoin us as for the haunting and memorable Kol Nidre musical service.

YOM KIPPUR – Wednesday, October 12

TimeDescription
9:00amFamily Services
10:00amMorning & Musaf Services
2:00pmGuest: Playwright and actor Vicki Juditz will perform “Teshuvah/Return: Stories of Personal Transformation”
3:00pmStudy Sessions/Meditative Time - study sessions TBA
4:30pmAfternoon Services (Yizkor and Neilah)
6:30pmBreak The Fast

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REQUEST FOR DISABLED PARKING, AUDIO AID, WHEELCHAIR ACCESS AND OTHER ISSUES

Please let us know in advance if you are disabled and require assistance such as wheelchair access, audio aid or other issues. If you have a State-issued disabled person placard, you may request disabled parking in the University Synagogue parking lot. Requests for disabled person parking will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and are limited in number. Parking passes will be sent with tickets. 

If we cannot accommodate your parking request in our synagogue lot, please make arrangements to be dropped off at the synagogue entrance. The designated driver will receive a parking pass in a lot nearby.

PLEASE PLAN ON ARRIVING AT LEAST 30 MINUTES BEFORE SERVICES BEGIN
TO ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO PARK.