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High   Holy  Days  2013
LOCATION: Westin Cypress Creek Hotel
To Register, Call: 954-888-1408
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This Year's Schedule  •   Back to Rosh Hashanah  •   Back to Yom Kippur  •   High Holy Days TAO-style

Rosh Hashanah 5074

Thursday, 9/5/2013 - 10 am
Friday, 9/6/2013 - 10 am

Yom Kippur 5074

Pre-Yom Kippur Buffet
  • Friday 4:30 - 6:30 pm
  • Alfiere Mediterranean Bistro, hotel lobby
  • $23 plus tax and tip
  • Reservations required: 954-772-1331
    Please do not ask for return call for confirmation; your message is all that is required.

Friday, 9/13/2013
  • 7:00 pm - Kol Nidre Service

Saturday, 9/14/2013
Preliminary Schedule
  • 10:30 am - Morning Services
  • 10:30 ~ 2:30 pm - Babysitting
  • 2:30 - 4:00 pm - Break Outs
  • 5:30 pm - World Update (Main auditorium)
  • 6:15 ~ 8:15 pm - Evening Services
  • ~8:15 pm- Break the Fast Dinner Dance (Advance registration required)


Parking & Registration
Your name tag is your ticket. Before you enter the sanctuary, please register. You will also receive a decal for free parking.

Canned goods
Please bring canned goods to Services for the needy.
You can leave them at the registration desk.

Stay warm!
You might want to bring a sweater, jacket or shawl to Services so you don't get chilly from the air conditioning. We need to make sure we're not too warm.

Children Are Welcome
We are a child-friendly congregation and love that you bring your children to temple on Shabbat and High Holy Days!

We have also become aware that Yizkor and the Rabbis' sermons do not enhance your children's experiences. To assure kids and adults have the most connected, holy day, please step outside with your young children or take them to the babysitting room during Yizkor and Sermons. Doors are closed during Sermons, so please enter and leave prior to or following the sermons.

Children are welcome... to pray, sing and dance with us the rest of the time. When we're sitting, please have children sit with you in a seat and not on the floor in the aisles due to safety regulations.

Click here to see the fun the kids had in previous years during Yom Kippur.

To register, call 954-888-1408
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Break Out Sessions
You may wish to bring comfortable clothing to change into.

Yom Kippur Break Outs
2:30 - 4:00

Steve Sperber

Ayurveda means the science of life and the science of health. Yoga means union. When you're in union with your deepest self, which is divine, than you come into perfect balance and health. Come and enjoy a playful session.

Dr. Ynge Ljung AP & Herb Hoffman

Join this intro E.F.T (Emotional Freedom Technique) seminar to learn ways to empower yourself to remove emotional blocks (even phobias) that inhibit your progress - physical, emotional, spiritual. Discover tools to tap into your healing power.
Victoria Lichtman

Continue the blessing of this High Holiday. Define forgiveness, expose where it is needed in your life and experience the choice to forgive. Discover the vows you made internally that do not serve you any longer and release them. Let go. Move forward from that which binds you. Be free.,
Jared Krupnick & Lisa Lumiere

This ancient Chinese meditative practice uses slow, non-strenuous movement, controlled breathing and focused intention to enhance our body's circulation of qi (chi) life-force energy. Many people feel more connected with God by experiencing an energetic oneness with nature and the universe. Regular practice improves health, strength, and can even reverse disease.,
Judith Gulko, Ph.D.

In this workshop, you will experience meditations that help you receive the sacred within us. ("Kabbalah" comes from the root "L'kabell," which means to receive). After the meditations, like Rabbi Shoni's meditations on being "porous", we will share what and how we received.

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