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Selichot - Sat Sep 5

Jeremy Goldberg - Synagogue Preparation Days - Sun Sep 6 and Mon Sep 7 - Volunteer

Social Action Holiday Food Delivery - Sun Sep 13 - Volunteer

Erev - Rosh Hashanah - Sun Sep 13

RH Day 1 - Woman and Cherner Services - Mon Sep 14
RH Day 1 - Tot Service in Reamer Chapel
RH Day 1 - Youth Activities and Babysitting

RH Day 1 - Afternoon and Evening
RH Day 2 -
Wolman Service
RH Day 2 - Youth Activities and Babysitting

Shalem - Are you Ready for Yom Kippur? - Sat Sep 19

Cemetery Service - Sun Sep 20

Kol Nidre - Yom Kippur - Tues Sep 22

YK - Wolman and Cherner Services, Short talk about TI Centennial / Wolman - Wed Sep 23
YK - Tot Services in Reamer Chapel

YK - Youth Activities and Babysitting
YK - Afternoon Service, Yoga Stretching, Discussion, Teen Shmooze / Evening Service
YK - Break Fast - Register for Break Fast


Saturday September 5th - Selichot

10:30 pm - Selichot Program - Movie: “One Day After Peace” with
post-movie discussion led by Rabbi Seidel
Midnight - Selichot Service

Sunday, September 6th - Jeremy Goldberg Clean Up Day 1

9:30 am - 2:00 pm    Jeremy Goldberg Synagogue Clean Up (part 1)

Monday, September 7th - Jeremy Goldberg Clean Up Day 2

9:30 am - 11:00 am Social Action Holiday Food Delivery
9:30 am - 2:00 pm     Jeremy Goldberg Synagogue Clean Up (part 2)

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 13th - Erev Rosh Hashanah 

6:30 pm - Ma'ariv - Wolman Sanctuary

Monday, September 14th - Rosh Hashanah Day 1 

Wolman Sanctuary (assigned seating) RH Day 1

~ = approximate

8:45 am - Psukei D'Zimrah & Shacharit
~10:00 am - Torah Reading
~11:00 am - Sermon by Rabbi Ethan Seidel, Musaf

Cherner Auditorium RH Day 1

9:15 am - Shacharit
~10:15 am - Torah Parade & Torah Reading followed by Musaf

Tot Service - Reamer Chapel RH Day 1

10:30 am - Following the Cherner Auditorium Torah Parade
(For children aged 18 months to 5 years together with their parents)

Youth Activities & Babysitting RH Day 1

9:00 am - Babysitting opens for children ages 18 mos. to pre-K
10:00 am - Quiet room (reading, studying) opens for children grades 4 to 7
10:00 am - Youth activities begin for children grades K to 7
12:30 pm - Activities end; Supervised play for all ages begins
1:00 pm - Babysitting and supervised play ends

Afternoon & Evening RH Day 1

5:00 pm - Tashlich walk from TI to Rock Creek Park
~5:45 pm - Potluck at the home of Lillian Kronstadt, 1733 Juniper Street, NW
7:00 pm - Mincha & Ma'ariv

Tuesday, September 15th - Rosh Hashanah Day 2

Wolman Service schedule same as Day 1 (open seating - no assigned seats)

Youth Activities & Babysitting RH Day 2

See Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Saturday, September 19th - Shalem - Are you Ready for Yom Kippur?

1:15 pm - Library - TI members, Rabbi Devorah Lynn and Michele Sumka offer a new look at
YK –  to help us review the past year and plan for the new.

Sunday, September 20th - Cemetery Service

10:45 am - Mt. Lebanon Cemetery

Yom Kippur

Tuesday, September 22nd - Kol Nidre

6:30 pm - Activities and babysitting for children 18 mo. to 3rd grade
6:35 pm sharp! - Services in both Wolman Sanctuary and Cherner Auditorium
Youth activities for 4th-7th graders begin after chanting  of Kol Nidre

Wednesday, September 23rd - Yom Kippur 

~ = approximate

Wolman Sanctuary YK

8:45 am - Psukei D'Zimrah & Shacharit
~10:30 am - Torah Reading
~11:30 am - Sermon - Rabbi Seidel

~12 noon - Yizkor Memorial Service
~12:30 pm - Musaf 

Cherner Auditorium YK

9:15 am - Shacharit
~10:15 am - Torah Parade & Torah Reading
~     after Haftorah, Short Talk about the TI Centennial by Cynthia Peterman
~11:15 am - Yizkor memorial service followed by Musaf

Tot Service - Reamer Chapel YK

10:30 am Following the Cherner Auditorium Torah Parade
(For children aged 18 months to 5 years together with their parents)

Youth Activities & Babysitting YK

See Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Afternoon & Evening (services in the Wolman Sanctuary with open seating) YK

3:00 pm - Gentle Yoga Stretching, with Naomi Freeman - Upstairs classroom
4:00 pm - Mincha
5:20 pm - Talk & Discussion - Dina Borzekowski, TI member and Research Professor, Behavioral and Community Health, University of Maryland School of Public Health, will speak in the Wolman Sanctuary. Her talk will be "The Things We Don't Want To Do But Should - Or Should We?"

5:20 pm - Teen Shmooze with Eitan Gutin, Director of Lifelong Learning
6:20 pm - Neilah

7:40 pm - Shofar & Ma'ariv
Break Fast* - immediately following the Service

* Advance Registration is required (by Sep 7th)


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