Yom Kippur 2020 at TRT

 Schedule

Sunday, September 27, 2020
Kol Nidre — 7:30 pm *

Monday, September 28, 2020
Morning Yom Kippur — 10:00 am *
Sermon, Torah, Haftarah — 11:00 am *
Children’s Service — 2:00pm
Sacred Zoom Rooms – Alef– 2:00 pm (see below)
Sacred Zoom Rooms – Bet– 3:00 pm (see below)
 Healing Service — 4:00pm
Yizkor — 4:45 pm
Ne’ilah — 5:30 pm

  • – “Ticket” required via personalized link (check your email)

Sacred Zoom Room Workshop Descriptions

Sacred Zoom Rooms Aleph:  2:00-2:45

Personal T’shuvah, Personal Realignment with Karen Goldstein
The High Holidays are a time of introspection and finding peace within ourselves.  Karen Goldstein will lead attendees in strategies of guided imagery and mindful breathing which can help us to carve out time in our busy lives to focus on ourselves and refresh our spirits.  NOTE: Please be on time.  Zoom room will close at 2:05.  Click to join:  Personal T’shuvah, Personal Realignment with Karen Goldstein

Now that the sermons are over . . . with Rhonda Barter
Come to an open discussion of the High Holiday sermons with facilitator extraordinaire, Rhonda Barter.  What spoke to you? What raised your consciousness or questions in your mind? Here is a chance to really reflect and share your thoughts on the topics of this High Holiday season. Click to join: Now that the sermons are over … with Rhonda Barter

Pursuing justice:  Where do we go from here? with RTSY
Engage in meaningful discussion about racial injustice with teens from Rodeph Torah’s Senior Youth Group, RTSY. Learn about how racial injustice has affected many over the past 100 years and how it continues to affect minorities today. Explore opportunities for how we as a Jewish people can stand up to racial injustice and act as proponents for anti-racism. Click to join: Pursuing justice:  Where do we go from here? with RTSY

 

Sacred Zoom Rooms Bet:  3:00-3:45

Sacred Texting with Rabbi Marc Disick
Don’t put your mobile phone away!  Instead, use your mobile device to answer a series of questions.  Everyone can view the answers that people submit, but all answers are anonymous.  Together, participants will review and discuss the answers as a community.  This year’s theme: How We Talk About Race Matters.  Click to join: Sacred Texting with Rabbi Marc Disick

The Challenge of Forgiveness with Larry Goldstein
Yom Kippur:  Our time to ask for and offer forgiveness. To whom do we owe it?  From whom do we need to get it?  Do they/we deserve it?  Join Larry Goldstein in discussing a Jewish approach to forgiveness. Click to join: The Challenge of Forgiveness with Larry Goldstein

Wrestling with Abraham (and God) with Bob Dollinger
The Binding of Isaac is one of the central and most confounding Torah readings of the High Holiday season.  Join Bob Dollinger in exploring the intellectual and spiritual challenges raised by this portion.  What are we meant to learn from this story?   What does it say about our relationship with God?  How important is faith to our modern practice of Judaism? Click to join: Wrestling with Abraham (and God) with Bob Dollinger