September 30, 2022 -

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High Holidays 2022-2023

2022 High HOliday schedule without Slichot

Ticket Pick-up Dates & Times

Monday, September 19th: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, September 20th: 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

Wednesday, September 21st: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. & 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 22nd: 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

Friday, September 23rd: 8:00 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.

 

As we approach the High Holidays, Rabbi Neil wants to prepare us to join him in new prayers, new melodies and introduce alternate ways to better your experience at our High Holiday Services.

Chick the links below to be introduced to these new ideas.  We look forward to presenting them to you at our High Holiday Services:

  1. Those Who So Hold Fast To Dream
  2. Oseh Shalom by Elana Jagoda (lyrics below)
  3. Those Who Sow (Friedman)/Hold Fast to Dreams (Langston Hughes) (lyrics below)
  4. So, My Soul May Sing by Erin Frankel, AJ Luca, and Aryell Cohen (lyrics below)
  5. “Who by Fire” by Leonard Cohen (lyrics below)
  6. “Peace Will Come” by Tom Paxton (lyrics below)
  7. V’al Kulam by Michael Hunter Ochs (lyrics below)

Oseh Shalom by Elana Jagoda

Oseh Shalom Bimromav 2x

Hu Yaaseh, Hu Yaaseh, Hu Yaaseh Shalom 3x

Aleinu

May the One, the One who makes peace, bring peace down, bring peace down.

 

Those Who Sow (Friedman)/Hold Fast to Dreams (Langston Hughes)

Those who sow, who sow in tears, will reap in joy, will reap in joy.

Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die,

Life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly.

Hold fast to dreams for when dreams go,

Life is a barren field frozen with snow

 

So, My Soul May Sing by Erin Frankel, AJ Luca, and Aryell Cohen

What we hope, what we dream, our dearest prayers can’t be broken.

What we deny, what we discard, our deepest fears can’t be spoken

But our love and our joy, with our hearts,

Can be woken to You, to You, to You

Let Your love and Your joy from Your heart be my emotion.

So my soul and my voice will rise up to be spoken to You, to You, to You.

L’maan y’zamercha kavod v’lo yidom 2x

A-donai Elohai l’olam odechka.

(On Yom Kippur add:)

So the weight of these wrongs that I’ve done won’t define me, while the pain of these sins I recall won’t confine me.

What we hope, what we dream, our dearest prayers can’t be broken

 

“Who by Fire” by Leonard Cohen

And who by fire, who by water

Who in the sunshine, who in the night time

Who by high ordeal, who by common trial

Who in your merry merry month of may

Who by very slow decay

And who shall I say is calling?

And who in her lonely slip, who by barbiturate

Who in these realms of love, who by something blunt

Who by avalanche, who by powder

Who for his greed, who for his hunger

And who shall I say is calling?

And who by brave assent, who by accident

Who in solitude, who in this mirror

Who by his lady’s command, who by his own hand

Who in mortal chains, who in power

And who shall I say is calling?

 

“Peace Will Come” by Tom Paxton

Peace,

Peace will,

Peace will come,

And let it begin with me.

We,

We need,

We need peace,

And let it begin with me.

Oh, my own life

Is all I can hope to control.

Oh, let my life,

Be lived for the good,

Good of my soul.

Let it bring peace,

Sweet peace,

Peace will come,

And let it begin with me.

 

V’al Kulam by Michael Hunter Ochs

Am I there for those who need me,

Giving of my heart completely?

Have I been caring, and have I been patient?

Have I forgiven without reservation?

Do I take my days for granted?

Treated others even-handed?

And shown compassion to the homeless stranger?

Have I been humble before my Creator?

V’al kulam, v al kulam Elo-ah selichot, v’al kulam

S’lach lanu machal lan u’kapper lanu, v’al kulam

Have I tread lightly on the planet?

Have I held fast to your commandment?

And have I raised my voice against injustice?

Have I been giving, have I been selfish?

V’al kulam v’al kulam elo-ah selichot

V’al kulam selach lanu, machal lanu kapper lanu

V’al kulam

Esa einai el heharim, me’ayin me’ayin yavo ezri

Ezri me’im Adonai Oseh shamayim va’aretz

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