Adventure Rabbi Yom Kippur 2011 - $36
Yom Kippur begins Friday night, and I hope to see you there!
If you're looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Yom Kippur, we have many options for you, your friends and your family. Come alone or with a friend!
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|Kol Nidre ($36): Friday, October 7, 2011 - 7:00 p.m|
A spiritual pinnacle of the night is chanting Kol Nidre outside beneath the stars, beside the roaring river. We can't promise that a fox will run through the center of the circle in the middle of chanting Kol Nidre like it did our first year, but it certainly was amazing!
The service includes traditional elements presented in the "Adventure Rabbi" style. For example, the service will include some, but not all, the traditional prayers. Rather than recite all the prayers, we attempt to focus more deeply on the ones we do say.
There will also be time for small group discussions. Also, this is one of the only nights a year in which Rabbi Korngold delivers a full sermon, giving us plenty to think and talk about.
If you do not wish to handle money on Yom Kippur, please register in advance. If you would prefer to pay at the door, please arrive early so as not to miss the opening of the service.
Where: Millennium Harvest House Boulder
|Yom Kippur Day ($72): Saturday, October 8, 2011 - 9:30 am - 2:15 p.m.|
A reflective retreat limited to 45 participants, facilitated by Rabbi Korngold.
The heart of our time together will be group discussion, individual and small group work, gentle yoga and strolls on the nearby trails in South Boulder.
We use our time together to sincerely face the questions Yom Kippur asks of us: Who was I this year? Was I the person I most want to be? How will I be in the year to come? Rather than sitting in synagogue listening to someone preach, we reflect, discuss, journal, and when appropriate, share our hopes and intentions for the year ahead.
Our time together will include select, primary prayers such as Al Chet, Tavo, and Avienu Malkeinu and chanting of Torah.
Past participants have called this the pinnacle Adventure Rabbi experience, because it combines Jewish practice and outdoor experience in a deeply transformative way.
Who: All ages of adults. Children 16 and older when accompanied by parent.
Price: $72 per person. Register >>
| Yom Kippur Children's Service ($10/adults, $5 kids): |
Saturday, October 8, 2011 - 2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
|Children and their parents are welcome to join Rabbi Korngold and her daughters Sadie (age 7) and Ori (age 3) for this brief introduction to Yom Kippur songs and prayers. |
Where: CUCC 2650 Table Mesa Drive,
Price: $10/ adult, $5/ child, under 9 months free. Register >>
| Yom Kippur Afternoon and Closing (Free): |
Saturday, Oct 8, 2011 - 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
|A Yom Kippur stroll, free and open to the community. Open to all ages, but content and pace is geared for adults. |
Come experience Yom Kippur Adventure Rabbi style. We will take a casual, stroll with time to contemplate where our paths have taken us this year.
Where: Mclintock Trail, Chautauqua Park. Meet on the South side of the Auditorium (Not at the Community House)
Parking: Parking is very limited in the park. Please be prepared to park on the street outside the park and walk to the Auditorium. This will also help you get or stay in the Yom Kippur mind set!
Stroll and service will be cancelled if it is pouring rain at 5:30 p.m.
|Photos from Rosh Hashanah:|
|Enjoy these photos from our Rosh Hashanah retreat in Winter Park. View More >>|
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