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High Holy Days

The Movable Minyan conducts a full schedule of services for the High Holy Days at our home at the Institute of Jewish Education. Our services are led by congregants, rather than clergy, and offer all who attend an opportunity to enter fully into the Days of Awe through song, interpretation, and study sessions for both adults and children. We use the Conservative Judaism's Rabbinical Assembly's High Holy prayer book “Mahzor Lev Shalem". The machzor (prayer book) takes a contemporary approach and uses Hebrew with transliteration and inspiring English interpretations of many of the prayers and psalms.
Our approach to the High Holy days integrates interpretive, spiritual, and educational ideas. For Selichot, we conduct services with an interpretive touch, featuring a story, film or learning activity. Each day’s service features a drash, or Torah discussion led by one of our members, it’s a time when a lively give and take of that day’s portion can occur.
After Rosh Hashana services, the minyan meets at the Community park at the northwest side of 8th St
@ Masselin at the gazebo to cast away our sins in the pond during a Tashlich service. To remember those of blessed memory on Yom Kippur we read from a Yiskor book that we publish each year. On Yom Kippur afternoon, we discuss Jewish books and the children of the minyan present a dramatic interpretation of the story of Jonah.


High Holy Days 2012/5773

Selichot
Saturday, September 8, 8:30 pm

Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sunday, September 16 8-9:30 pm

Rosh Hashanah (1st day)
Monday, September 17, 9 am-1:30 pm

Tashlich (Rosh Hashanah, 1rst day)
Monday, September 17, 4pm
Community park @ northwest side of 8th St
@ Masselin: meet at the gazebo

Rosh Hashanah (2nd day)
Friday, September 30, 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Shabbat Tshuvah
Saturday, September 22, 10 am

Kol Nidre
Tuesday, September 25, 6:15 pm-8:15

Yom Kippur
Wednesday, September 26, 9 am-7:30 pm


Sukkot
Sunday, September 30, 6 pm
@ a private home (call for information)

Simchat Torah
Monday, October 8, 6:30pm


*All events and services take place at the
Third Street location unless otherwise noted.
High Holy Days 2012/5773

 

ON THE HIGH HOLY DAYS, WE PROVIDE
- a warm, friendly communal setting
- comfortable place for children
(Programming, services, childcare)
- original and traditional music
- services led by Movable Minyan members
(On Wings of Awe prayerbook)
- Torah discussion (drash) with opportunities for participation
- a unique, thoughtfully paced Yizkor service

THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, WE OFFER
- Music-filled Shabbat morning services (1st & 3rd Saturdays each month) with Torah discussions, - - child care & children's programs; potluck lunch
-Erev Shabbat service, dinner and discussion (4th Friday night each month)
- Innovative holiday programming
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PLEASE MAIL IN BY SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 FOR HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS TO : The Movable Minyan, c/o Anisman-Posner, 2734 Oakhurst Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034


Membership and Tickets


Name(s):_____________________________________________________________________
Address:_____________________________________________________________________
(if not already on mailing list)
Phone:________________________________ Email:________________________________

Children's names & ages_______________________________________________________

Are you an IJE affiliate member?________ Which organization?______________________

[additional] Names for Yiskor book_______________________________________________
(leave blank if names are the same as last year)
$______Membership (includes High Holy Day tickets): $560 per family, $300 per individual
$______Holiday tickets only. Full series: $125/adult, one day: $45/adult
$______donation
$______Total amount enclosed
Make check payable to the Movable Minyan and send with bottom portion of this form to:
The Movable Minyan, c/o Anisman-Posner, 2734 Oakhurst Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034
For more information: 310.285.3317. or www.movableminyan.org
Movable Minyan meets at the Institute of Jewish Education, 8339 W. Third St.


 

 

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