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High Holidays 2017

High Holidays 2017

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Experience the High Holidays like Never Before!
 
 
Explanatory services with Meaning, Melody & Humor
Lively & Engaging ~ No Hebrew Necessary ~ Services in a warm and inviting atmosphere Spirituality based program with a practical contemporary message. 
 
 
*To Reserve your seat and make pledge, scroll down below* 
 
High Holiday Service Schedule
All Services will be held at 295 S Locust St. Denver, CO
Rosh Hashanah Eve  
Wednesday, September 20
  Light Candles 6:41 pm
  Evening Services 6:45 pm
 
Thursday, September 21- Day One -
  Morning Services 9:00 am
  Shofar Sounding 12:00 pm
  Second Shofar Sounding 5:45 pm
  *Tashlich Services - (Lex at Lowry) 6:00 pm
  Mincha Afternoon service 6:30 pm
  Evening services 8:00 pm
  Light Candles after 7:38 PM
* In the late afternoon of Rosh Hashanah, the entire community joins together in a proud processional from the Shul to the Lex at Lowry for the observance of "Tashlich". Representing the themes of renewal and rejuvenation, this tradition also has a way of demonstrating a spirit of communal solidarity as young and old march and sing together while en route to perform a fascinating mitzvah.
Friday, September 22 - Day Two- 
  Morning Services 9:00 am
  Shofar Soundings 12:00 pm & 5:45 pm
  Light candles at  6:38 pm

  Yom Kippur

 
 
Friday, September 29
  Light Candles | Fast Begins 6:27 pm
  Kol Nidrei Services 6:30 pm
 
Saturday, September 30
  Morning Services 9:00 am
  Yizkor Memorial Service Approx. 12:30 pm
  Afternoon Service 4:30 pm
  Neilah Closing Service 5:30 pm
  Breaking of the Fast 7:23 pm

Sukkot
Our Sukkah at the Synagogue and home will be open for everyone to come and shake the lulav and etrog for the entire Sukkot. Come by anytime!!! 362 S Jasmine St Denver, CO
Wednesday, October 4
  Light Candles 6:19 pm
Thursday, October 5
  Morning Services 9:30 am
  Followed by Kiddush in the sukkah 12:00 pm
  Light candles after 7:15 pm
Evening services at 7:30 pm
Friday, October 6
  Morning Services 9:30 am
  Kiddush in the Sukkah following Services 11:45 am
  Light Candles at  6:16 pm
Mincha services at 5:45 pm
Shmeni Atzeret  
Wednesday, October 11
  Light candles 6:08 pm
Thursday, October 12
  Morning Services 9:30 am
  Yizkor Memorial Service Approx. 11:30 am
  Followed by Kiddush in the Sukkah 12:15 pm
     
Simchat Torah  
  Please join the community for a Simchat Torah Celebration. Premium open bar, Sushi, plenty of food, a night of dancing, singing, and L'Chaim and a huge amount of joy! Special program and prizes for the kids.
Thursday, October 12  
  Celebration Begins... 7:00 pm
  Hakafot 7:30 pm
  Light Candles After 7:04 pm
 
Friday, October 13
**Light Shabbat Candles at 6:05 pm**
  Morning Services 9:30 am
  Hakafot Celebration 10:45 am
 

Seat Reservations -  **For members this fee does not apply. 

The traditional High Holiday service is designed to guide you step-by-step and will make you comfortable regardless of previous exposure and background. This, coupled with modern Jewish melodies and an easy to read prayer book will make this year’s High Holidays an enjoyable and meaningful experience.


$136 per seat | $20 per child

Sponsor: $540

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If you prefer to make your reservations by phone, call 303 355 8223


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Increase your generosity of Tzedakah (charity) during the High Holiday season. "Repentance, Prayer and Charity take away the severity of the decree"

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