Yamim Nora'im: All Are Welcome at High Holiday Services
We welcome all who wish to share the many blessings of the Yamim Noraim, the Days of Awe, to join us in this High Holiday season. No tickets or pre-registration are required: All are welcome at Mishkan Shalom. Please note, some services are held at the Haverford School:
Shabbat: A Way In Jewish Mindfulness service, lunch and teaching: Cultivating Compassion and Forgiveness – Saturday, September 8 – 10:00 am - 12:15 pm; teaching begins about 1:00 pm – at Mishkan Shalom
Selichot – Saturday, September 8 – 10:00 pm at Mishkan Shalom
EREV ROSH HASHANAH – Sunday, September 16 – 7:30 pm at Mishkan Shalom
ROSH HASHANAH – Monday, September 17 – 9:00 am at the Haverford School: In addition to our traditional services, Mindfulness-based services are also offered from 9:00 - 11:00 am, running concurrently with the first two hours of our traditional services.
ROSH HASHANAH (Day 2) – Tuesday, September 18 – 9:00 am at Mishkan Shalom Experience Music, Meditation & Yoga.
Tashlich – Tuesday, September 18 – 4:00 pm at Valley Green on the Wissahickon Creek
HELP US CONTINUE TO WELCOME ALL GUESTS
Mishkan Shalom welcomes all who wish to join us for the Yamim Noraim, the Days of Awe. We encourage you to make as generous a donation as your means allow to help us continue this core tradition. We welcome all who support our Statement of Principles to become members of our community. Guests who become members by November 1, 2012 may apply their guest donation towards their membership deposit. All donations are tax-deductable and can be mailed to: Mishkan Shalom, 4101 Freeland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19026.
Please click on the suggested donations links below to make your donation online:
There is no fee for childcare; all parents are welcome to use childcare by taking a shift in the childcare co-op. For full instructions, please see below.
EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT YAMIM NORAIM
Click here for a brief overview of service times, locations and childcare guidelines.
Click here for our full program of services, communal meals, childcare, directions, preparing yourself for the High Holidays and more.
We wish you all a Shanah Tovah u'Metuchah: A good and sweet year.