Rosh Hashanah, literally “the head of the year,” begins Friday night, September 18th and continues through Sunday, September 20th. This year, while we will not be able to pack the sanctuary, singing and welcoming each other back to the shul after a long summer, we will have many opportunities to connect through zoom-based services, opportunities for learning, meditation, and movement throughout the day. See below for the full schedule.
We welcome all to join us. There is no fee, but we invite you to support PSJC as your circumstances allow.
Please register here to receive the links to all Zoom services.
We look forward to hearing the Shofar Blasts Across Brooklyn and doing Tashlich (casting our “sins” into the water) in small groups throughout the week between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Join us for Rosh Hashanah lunch in the park on the first day.
This year, we are also encouraging you to hold a “Rosh Hashanah Seder,” in keeping with a Mizrachi tradition of eating symbolic foods to bring forward good wishes for the year that is beginning. It is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy with your family and friends (at a single table or by zoom). All provide us with opportunities to hope and pray for Shanah Tovah, a truly good year for us all.
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Click on the images below to download the Rosh Hashanah Schedule