Congregation Bnai Tikvah

Congregation Bnai Tikvah

1558 Wilmot Road, Deerfield, Illinois 60015
Phone: 847-945-0470 | info@bnaitikvah.net

High Holidays Schedule 2017/5778

 

Saturday, September 16 Selichot Program/Service, Havdalah/Reception 7:45 pm
Wednesday, September 20 Erev Rosh Hashanah I – Festival Service 6:30 pm
Thursday, September 21 Rosh Hashanah I Service 9:00 am
Alternative Family Service 9:00 am
Youth Family Service (Tots) 9:30 am
Youth Services (Gr. K-12) 10:30 am
Tashlich – USY – Apples & Honey 1:30 pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah II Service 6:30 pm
Friday, September 22 Rosh Hashanah II Service 9:00 am
Youth Services (Tots & Gr. K-12) 10:30 am
Saturday, September 23 Shabbat Shuva/Morning Service 9:00 am
Friday, September 29 Mincha Service 5:45 pm
Kol Nidrei Service 6:00 pm
Saturday, September 30 Yom Kippur Service 9:00 am
Alternative Family Service 9:00 am
Youth Family Service (Tots) 9:30 am
Youth Services (Gr. K-12 ) 10:30 am
Healing Service 3:00 pm
Mincha Service / Yizkor 4:00 pm
Afternoon Service for Young Families 4:00 pm
Ne’ilah 6:00 pm
Havdalah / Shofar 7:30 pm
Maariv 7:30 pm

Operation Isaiah

Operation Isaiah – the food drive of the Conservative Movement – will again join with other Jewish movements and Mazon to make the High Holy Days a time of Jewish response to hunger in North America.

We at B’nai Tikvah, along with other North American congregations, encourage our members to donate money and non-perishable food items to Mazon.

Congregants may bring contributions and non-perishable food throughout the High Holy Days, and particularly the evening of Kol Nidrei services, which will then be distributed to local food banks.

Healing Service – Yom Kipppur

Rabbi Alex Felch will lead our Healing Service on Yom Kippur, Saturday, September 30, 3:00 pm. This service is designed to help us find inner strength in the face of illness that we or our dear beloved are confronting.

Yom Kippur Afternoon Program

Bring your children to B’nai Tikvah’s Yom Kippur afternoon program. When Yizkor begins and continuing to the end of Yom Kippur, children will sing songs and recite Yom Kippur prayers, learn the story of Jonah and participate in other educational activities.

The program will conclude with the children marching with lighted glowsticks into the Main Sanctuary for the concluding Havdalah service. Following the final blast of the Shofar, we will “break the fast” together in the lobby with cake and juice.

High Holiday Alternative Off-Site Service – Open to the community

South Park School
1421 Hackberry Rd., Deerfield
Thursday, Sept. 21, 9:00 am
Saturday, Sept. 30, 9:00 am

Congregation B’nai Tikvah offers an off-site Alternative High Holy Day service, where families of multiple generations have the opportunity to worship together in a warm, informal setting.

Stories, explanations of key High Holiday concepts and prayers, and singing with musical accompaniment are included in this participatory venue for members and non-members alike, as the service is open to the community for a nonimal charge. Reservations are required.

The service will begin at 9:00 am, and will end at approximately 11:30 am.

To attend, participants need to call the synagogue office, 847-945-0470, in advance of those days in order to receive their tickets.

Tickets can be picked up at the synagogue office prior to the Holidays on a first come first serve basis.

Family Tot High Holy Days Services

B’nai Tikvah’s Family Tot Program includes a service for young families and their preschool children.

Rosh Hashanah I, Thursday, Sept. 21, 9:30-11:00 am
South Park School
1421 Hackberry Rd., Deerfield

Rosh Hashanah II – Friday, Sept. 22, 10:30-11:30 pm

The Family Tot Service will be held at B’nai Tikvah, 1558 Wilmot

Yom Kippur, Wednesday,Oct. 12, 9:30-11:00 am
South Park School, Deerfield

Selichot Program

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