High Holy Day – Youth & Teen Services

 

While children and teens of all ages are welcome to join any part or all of the services in the main sanctuary, we have separate services that are geared towards the various age groups for the High Holy Days, similar to the rest of the year.

1st Day of Rosh Hashanah:

DROP OFFPICK UP
  GAN, CHALUTZIM, SHORASHIM (K – 3rd grade)Room 1  @ 11 AMRoom 1 @ 12:40 PM
  ILANOT  (4-5 grades)Room 3 @ 11 AMMain Sanctuary @ 12:45 PM
CHAVERIM, ZAYIN (6-7th grades)Legacy Room (room next to Sufrin Chapel)  @ 11 AMMain Sanctuary @ 12:45 PM

2nd Day of Rosh Hashanah:

DROP OFFPICK UP
  GAN, CHALUTZIM, SHORASHIM (K – 3rd grade)Room 1 @ 11 AMRoom 1 @ 12:40 PM
  ILANOT  (4-5 grades)Room 1 @ 11 AMMain Sanctuary @ 12:45 PM

 

On Both Days: Gan, Chalutzim, & Shorashim (K-3) pick up is at 12:40pm in Room 1. Parents of Ilanot, Chaverim and Zayin (4-7), meet your child for shofar blowing in the Main Sanctuary at 12:45pm.

 


Yom Kippur:

All Progams begin at 11:00 AM and conclude at 12:45 PM.

Locations

Gan, Chalutzim, & Shorashim – Room 1 (K-3)
Ilanot  – Room 3 (4- 5)
Chaverim, Zayin  – Legacy Room (6-7)

Gan, Chalutzim, Shorashim & Ilanot  (K – 5)  will be escorted to Balk Chapel at 12:45 where they may attend a storytelling program.  They  may bring a dairy/pareve/peanut free lunchParents should pick up their children at 1:30 PM from storytelling.

Children Not Attending Storytelling: should be picked up by a parent at 12:45 PM from the Leizer Balk Chapel

Chaverim & Zayin (6-7) will be directed at 12:45 PM to the Main Sanctuary to meet their parents.


Children 24 months – 5 years

On site, High Holy Day Babysitting with age appropriate activities is available. Registration is required in advance.

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