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Afternoon/Yizkor/Concluding Services

Afternoon services (Mincha), Yizkor and N’eila
Starting around 3:30 pm, we will offer afternoon services (Mincha) and Yizkor at the Civic Center and the sanctuary. At the end of N’eila all children will be invited up on the Civic Center stage for the final blowing of the shofar.

We will be breaking the fast immediately following the final blowing of the shofar, at both the Civic Center in the Redwood Foyer and the adjoining outdoor Redwood Terrace, and in the courtyard at Rodef Sholom.

The public is invited.

Kol Nidre Service

These evening services are offered at the Marin County Civic Center Veteran's Auditorium and are for Rodef Sholom members and their guests with courtesy tickets.  This year, we will be offering a concurrent program for teens ages 13 though 18  in the Green Room - teens will start with their families in the main service and leave with Ryan, our Director of Youth Engagement, when the announcement is made.

Erev Rosh Hashanah Services-Civic Center

These evening services are offered at the Marin County Civic Center Veteran's Auditorium and are for Rodef Sholom members and their guests with courtesy tickets.  This year, we will be offering a concurrent program for teens ages 13 though 18  in the Green Room - teens will start with their families in the main service and leave with Ryan, our Director of Youth Engagement, when the announcement is made.

Women's Mikvah

We will be using the indoor pool while the JCC is closed. Individuals will be allowed privacy and modesty even as we support each other as a group. Following the mikvah, we will adjourn to the library on the 2nd floor to decompress, celebrate, nosh and enjoy one another’s company.

Men's Mikvah

Men start in the sanctuary with Rabbi Lezak and then proceed to the beach for a morning of spiritual exploration and preparation.

Bring warm clothes, a towel and an appetite for breakfast afterward.Sign up

 

S'lichot

Saturday, September 24
7:30 pm program; 9:00 pm service

Cantor David Margules will be joined by Sylvia Boorstein
T’shuvah can happen in an instant. Bring on that moment by looking deep inside yourself to repair your relationship with yourself, your partner, your child, your friend, and your God. Through music and guided meditation we begin the annual process of seeking forgiveness and righting our spiritual path.

Chevra Kadisha Fall Class

Fall Classes with the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center
2 sessions, 7:00-8:30 pm, Library

The Chevra opens every year with a learning series taught by rabbis from the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center that are open to the whole congregation.

  • September 13: Rabbi Jon Sommer on Spirituality and Incarceration
  • September 29: Rabbi Eric Weiss on Hospice visits​

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