2:00pm - Mincha Service
Honestly, what do you feel when the High Holidays are approaching? Is it anticipation, renewal, excitement? Or is it boredom, fatigue, and a touch of dread? If you answered the latter, you needn’t feel bad. You have lots and lots of company.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. The High Holidays are meant to awaken and inspire. Even if you consider yourself the non-spiritual type, you can walk away from the experience informed, renewed, and uplifted. At The Shul, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re young or old, rich or poor—you’ll feel embraced by our warm, extended family. And most importantly, we all grow from the High Holiday experience together. If you’re a Jew that moves, this is for you. So give us a call and let us know you’re coming. Together, we’ll have a blast.
For more information on Yom Kippur, click here. Please see our website for a complete list of all holiday events at The Shul.
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