High Holidays 5782 Resources
CJJ is proud to connect our members to other Jewish communities' High Holiday programming to help us reflect on 5781 and look forward toward a new year. And who knows? You may even come across a friendly face from your chapter or build a new connection!
To learn more and register:
for events hosted by the New Synagogue Project, click on this link.
for events hosted by JVP Triangle, click on this link.
for events hosted by T'chiya, click on this link.
for events hosted by Jews in All Hues (JIAH), click on this link.
Jumpstart the High Holidays with
Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ) and Tzedek Lab via Zoom on Sunday, September 5th at 7pm for a Rosh Hashanah Seder centered around Mizrachi and Sephardi traditions (allies welcome). Registration is available at this link.
Take a tour
with Rabbi Elie Kaunfer from of the Mahzor ( Hadar Institute prayer book used on the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur) at
this YouTube link. Begin the journey of release, return, and renewal with the New Synagogue Project's Elul playlist:
Letting Go, Letting In | Elul 5781.
a crowdsourced Torah offering Defund the Police/Invest in Communities Sermon Seeds, on divest, invest, and policing, as well as support and resources.
Avodah's new Institute for Social Change's Transformative Teshuvah: A High Holiday Resource for a More Just World, a collection of text studies, tools for reflection, artistic interpretations, and activities providing different pathways to explore the question: How do we turn towards change?
High Holy Days in Pandemic Times: Finding Awe in the Unravel by Dori Midnight, with contributions from Annie-Rose London among others. Written for 5781 (last year) but very relevant still with lots of gorgeous framing and DIY ritual suggestions for these times.
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