We are excited to announce our services and experiences for Rosh Hashanah! In the video below, Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen, Assistant Rabbi and Director of Outreach & Innovation at KI, takes you through your options. You will also find the full schedule, plus descriptions and Zoom links.

We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available.

Schedule of Services: September 18-20

FridaySaturdaySunday
6:00PM Mincha/Maariv (S)8:00AM-1:00PM - Full liturgy service (S)8:00AM-1:00PM - Full liturgy service (S)
9:00AM-9:45AM Nitzanim; 10:00AM-10:45AM; Mini Minyan; 11-11:45 Minyan Atid (FR)9:00AM-9:45AM Nitzanim; 10:00AM-10:45AM; Mini Minyan; 11-11:45 Minyan Atid (FR)
9:00AM-9:30AM: Embodied Practice with Rabbi EBC - Meditation on the Divine Name (Sun)9:00AM-9:30AM - Embodied Practice with Rabbi EBC - Meditation on Sound & Listening (Sun)
9:30AM-10:15AM - Learning with Rabbi EBC - Shabbat’s Silent Shofar (L)11:30AM-12:15PM - Learning with Rabbi EBC - Tzimutzum: The Humility of Creation (L)
7:00PM - Mincha/Maariv (S)

Friday, September 18

(S) Sanctuary – 6:00 PM Mincha/Maariv – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Saturday, September 19

(S) Sanctuary – Begins at 8:00AM – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Join us in our (virtual) Sanctuary for our full-liturgy services featuring Hazzan Saul Wachs and KI clergy and lay leaders.

8:00 AM P’sukei D’Zimra
8:25 AM Shacharit
9:15 AM Torah Service
10:30 AM Sermon
10:50 AM Musaf
12:30 PM Closing Remarks
6:30 PM Mincha/Maariv

(Sun) Spiritual Sunroom – 9:00-9:30: Embodied Practice with Rabbi EBC – Meditation on the Divine Name – JOIN VIA ZOOM

In a virtual world, we sometimes forget to engage our bodies. Enter our (virtual) Spiritual Sunroom for guided embodied meditation to help you feel more connected to the heart of the day.

(FR) Family Room – Youth Services – JOIN VIA ZOOM

9:00-9:45 Nitzanim: Birth to Age 4
10-10:45 Mini Minyan: Pre-K to 2nd Grade
11-11:45 Minyan Atid 3rd – 7th Grade

(L) Library – 9:30-10:15 – Learning with Rabbi EBC – Shabbat’s Silent Shofar – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Engage in the holiday through learning. Enter our (virtual) Library to join for our scheduled programming or arrange a time to meet a friend to do some learning together.

Sunday, September 20

(S) Sanctuary – Begins at 8:00AM – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Join us in our (virtual) Sanctuary for our full-liturgy services featuring Hazzan Saul Wachs and KI clergy and lay leaders.

8:00 AM P’sukei D’Zimra
8:25 AM Shacharit
9:15 AM Torah Service
10:25 AM Shofar Service
10:30 AM Sermon
10:55 AM Musaf
12:30 PM Shofar
12:40 PM Closing Remarks
7:00 PM Mincha/Maariv

(Sun) Spiritual Sunroom – 9:00-9:30 – Embodied Practice with Rabbi EBC – Meditation on Sound & Listening –  JOIN VIA ZOOM

In a virtual world, we sometimes forget to engage our bodies. Enter our (virtual) Spiritual Sunroom for guided embodied meditation to help you feel more connected to the heart of the day.

(FR) Family Room – Youth Services – JOIN VIA ZOOM

9-9:45 Nitzanim: Birth to Age 4
10-10:45 Mini Minyan: Pre-K to 2nd Grade
11-11:45 Minyan Atid 3rd – 7th Grade

(L) Library – 11:30-12:15 – Learning with Rabbi EBC – Tzimutzum: The Humility of Creation – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Engage in the holiday through learning. Enter our (virtual) Library to join for our scheduled programming or arrange a time to meet a friend to do some learning together.

More Spaces for Connection

Chapel – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Looking to take a break from the Sanctuary (S), while maintaining a spiritual center? Or perhaps you missed a sermon offered by one of our rabbis? Enter our (virtual) Chapel to view recorded messages from our clergy to enhance your prayer experience.

Hallway – JOIN VIA ZOOM

Looking to connect socially? Enter our (virtual) Hallway anytime to schmooze with others looking for a social break. Arrange a time to meet up with friends or spontaneously pop in to see who else you might meet.

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