WELCOME TO KOL HANESHAMAH

Our High Holiday seats are open to all and free of charge!

As the High Holidays are fast approaching, our preparations at Kol HaNeshamah are well underway and we hope that you will join us to welcome the New Year.  Our shul was founded in 1997 with the goal of making a spiritual, socially committed, and welcoming Jewish community available to all.  We are an egalitarian, Conservative congregation, known for our informal atmosphere, participatory services, respect for tradition, and commitment to Tikkun Olam 

(acts of kindness).


What can you expect at our High Holiday services? 

· A warm greeting

· Free seat(s) (reserve your seats using the RSVP button, right).

· Egalitarian services using the Lev Shalem machzor

· Meaningful prayer, engaging tunes, and thoughtful readings

- A full range of youth programming (see below)

· An opportunity to participate in the service

· An occasion to approach the Torah during Neilah

(concluding service)

· The potential of connecting to your Judaism on a deeper level.


Please RSVP now to reserve your seats.

Schedule

EREV ROSH HASHANAH

Sunday, September 29, 6:30 pm

(6:22 pm candle lighting)

ROSH HASHANAH, Day 1

Monday, September 30,  8:45 am
Family services/Youth Programming: 10:30 am


ROSH HASHANAH, Day 2

Tuesday, October 1: 8:45 am
Family services/Youth Programming: 10:30 am
Youth-led service at Englewood Hospital (@10:30 AM)


EREV YOM KIPPUR / KOL NIDRE

Tuesday, October 8, 6:00 pm


YOM KIPPUR / SHACHARIT

Wednesday, October 9, 9:00am 

Family services/Youth Programming: 10:30 am
Mincha/Neilah - 4:50 pm 

Mincha / Neilah: 6:00

Shofar Blowing, Maariv, Havdalah: 7:06 pm

RSVP HERE

YOUTH PROGRAMMING

YOUTH PROGRAMMING begins at 10:30 AM

Sept 30 (first day Rosh Hashanah)

Oct 1 (Second day Rosh Hashanah)

Oct 9 (Yom Kippur)


NEW!  Grades K to 5 FAMILY SERVICES led by Gabe Cohen, a dynamic and creative early childhood educator from Jewish Theological Seminary. Join him for songs, stories and snacks for the whole family.

PRE-K PROGRAMMING - holiday projects and activities

BABYSITTING - for our youngest guests

Children ages 10 and up - On the second day of Rosh Hashanah, will lead services and blow shofar for Jewish patients at Englewood Hospital. 

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New to KH?

You are invited…

If you would like to get to know some of us before the High Holidays

please join us for a Kabbalat Shabbat on September 6

Our Kabbalat Shabbat services are followed by a (kosher) pot-luck dinner.  

Please rsvp to rsvp@khnj.org.

Come see why people join us for the High Holidays.