In 24 hours we will put away our forks and phones and open our hearts to the delicate art of our annual atonement – returning to center, reflecting on our past and taking on the repair of the world we all wish for. So that we can all safely soar high and delve deep, please take a moment to review the Yom Kippur 411 – all details below.
I’m truly honored to serve as your co-pilot along with an extraordinary team of professional staff and many dedicated volunteers. I hope that this sacred time brings us closer together, coming full circle as a community of old and new friends. You are all invited to join us for our annual Break Fast Dinner Banquet – a gorgeous family style meal with the Lab/Shul Team + songs, reflections, and poetry. TICKETS HERE
Gmar Chatima Tova: May we signed and sealed for a good year – for all.
– Rabbi Amichai
ON TIME: A REQUEST
I’ve got one more request, rabbinically infused:
When we go to the theater, movies, opera or ball game, we make sure to be on time and not miss the trailers or the opening curtain. Somehow, Shul culture has evolved so that fashionably late is the norm. I want to gently invite and encourage you to please come on time this Yom Kippur. Why? This day is precious and we hope you can participate in the entire arc of each worship event. Less interruption also respects the intention and attention of others present. It makes a huge difference – to us on the Bimah and to each one of us in the pews. Thank you!
YOM KIPPUR 411
FULL SCHEDULE, DATES, & TIMES – CLICK HERE (and scroll down for a mini cheat sheet)
FREE LIVESTREAMING FROM HOME – CLICK HERE
LOCATION – Tribeca Performing Arts Center, 199 Chambers Street
Accessibility entrance is on West St., between Chambers and Harrison. An usher will greet you at the side gate and direct you into the building.
CHECKING IN – All you need are your names! (But you can always bring a copy of your receipt if you’d like backup.)
MINI CHEAT SHEET START TIMES
Friday, September 29th
Yom Kippur Evening (Kol Nidrei)
TPAC, 199 Chambers St
- 6:15pm – Doors Open
- 7:00pm – Worship
- 9:00pm – Can We Talk? (FREE)
Saturday, September 30th
Yom Kippur Day
TPAC, 199 Chambers St
- 8:30am – Doors Open
- 9:00am – Dawn Prayers, Yoga, Lab/Jr. Family Worship
- 9:45am – Main Worship, Lab/Jr. Programming
- 11:45am – Yizkor Memorial
- 1:00pm – Main Worship Concludes
- 2:30pm – B Mitzvah Families meet with Rabbi Amichai
- 2:30pm – The Empty Circle: Restorative Guided Meditation (FREE)
- 4:00pm – All-Faith Ritual & Prayer Rally for Justice and Peace (FREE) – 1 Centre St
- 6:00pm – Neilah Closing Worship (FREE)
- 8:00pm – Break Fast Dinner Banquet (Register)