High Holidays 2020 / 5781

It is a year unlike any other in our 150 year history. As we our need for connection and community grows stronger during the pandemic, we are pleased to be able to provide a variety of virtual and in-person holiday services and events. We look forward to coming together as a congregation to observe the holidays this year. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming Shabbat Shuvah, and Yom Kippur services and events:
Shabbat Shuvah
  • Friday, September 25: Shabbat Shuvah Service, featuring Rev. and Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, 6:00 pm, view on Facebook Live or Vimeo
  • Saturday, September 26: Shabbat Shuvah Morning Service, 10:30 am, view on Facebook Live or Vimeo
Yom Kippur
  • Sunday, September 27: Erev Yom Kippur Service (Kol Nidrei), 7:30 pm, view on Facebook Live or Vimeo
  • Monday, September 28:
    • Yom Kippur Morning Virtual Family Video Experience, 9:00 am, view on Facebook Live or Vimeo
    • Yom Kippur Morning Service, 10:30 am, view on Facebook Live or Vimeo
    • Yom Kippur Drive-Thru Kedoshim Tihiyu Experience2:30-4:00 pm: This in-person event is another wonderful opportunity to learn how to bring holiness into our lives through a 20-minute interactive drive-thru journey in our parking lot. This activity is geared for ages 13+
    • Yom Kippur Yizkor & Neilah (Memorial & Concluding), 5:00 pm, view on Facebook Live or Vimeo

Feeding the Hungry in Our Community
Feeding the hungry each Yom Kippur is a long-standing – and heart-warming – tradition at B’nai Jehudah. You may pick up grocery bags and lists during our Rosh Hashanah Drive-Thru event, and return non-perishable food donations during our Yom Kippur Drive-Thru event.


More information about our High Holidays schedule of events. Please scroll through the image below to learn more.