High Holy Days

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Letter from The High Holy Day Committee

One of the things we are asked to contemplate during Yom Kippur is Teshuva, often translated as Atonement or Repentance. As Rabbi Jonathan Sachs has said, it also means returning, coming home,  being given a second chance to decide “who we are and where we truly belong.”

This year, we are also returning home to our wonderful synagogue building after a prolonged absence to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

We are also honored this year to have Student Rabbi, Ora Jacobsen, participate in our services along with our gifted vocalist, Adriana Urato and our wonderful CBY Choir, under the expert direction of David Kimbell, our Music Director and our acclaimed pianist and accompanist, Charlie Curtis.

On behalf of Rabbi Brad Bloom and President Candy Solomon, we invite all CBY members to attend our High Holy Day services and we look forward once again to seeing all of you in person.

Joel N Greene & Jeremy Press
Co-Chairs, High Holy Day Committee

All services live streamed unless noted otherwise

Members of the congregation may RSVP by clicking the link below. Members are also welcome to purchase additional tickets for other relatives and guests at a discount rate.

If you are not a member of the congregation and not yet ready to make that commitment, we are pleased to offer a way to join us. Purchase High Holy Day tickets and if you decide to join the congregation by December 31, 2021 we will apply the ticket costs toward your membership dues! Please contact our Membership Director for details. Also, non-members are invited to attend the Family High Holiday service at no charge.

High Holy Days RSVP, Remembrance & Greeting 2021

Starting in 2015, CBY began using  the new High Holy Day prayer book Mishkan HaNefesh (Sanctuary of the Soul), which helps you see the Days of Awe in a totally new and meaningful way. To read a review, click here.
Our new HIGH HOLY DAYS PRAYER BOOKS are available for purchase from CCR or from Amazon.