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Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

The Shir Tikvah community and friends gather at Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur to take a personal and communal inventory of the past year and to envision the next. Services are a moving blend of prayer, contemplation, and remembrance, woven together with music—our cantor's soulful chant, our choir, members who are talented vocal and instrumental soloists, and the entire congregation singing as one. 

During the Covid-19 pandemic, services are streamed; we encourage you to "pod up" and watch services together in a friend's backyard or home, in whatever way public safety guidelines will allow.

In non-pandemic times we gather in Winchester Town Hall, a short walk from the temple building, o accommodate the large turnout.The second day of Rosh Hashanah takes place at the Temple. Families can also celebrate the holidays together at child-friendly services. Aleph services are geared to children 5 and under; Kehillah services are for families with kids ages 6-10. Aleph and Kehillah services are held at the Temple, and led by Rabbi Jessica Marshall.

 

Wed, June 23 2021 13 Tammuz 5781