The sweetest times are spent with those we love. Celebrate the High Holidays with the 92Y family.

“The high holidays summon us to consider the lives we are leading, and to contemplate how we might live up to our highest expectations in the year ahead. Together under the canopy of shared sacred space, we quiet the storm of our busy and harried existence. We immerse in prayer, song, and silence. What a gift. What a sacred opportunity, especially when the calamity of the world in which we live grows louder with the passing of each day.”

Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Cantorial Soloist Josh Nelson

Full 92Y High Holiday Schedule

(Please click on events below for more information and to reserve your seats)

Sun, Oct 2 — Erev Rosh Hashanah
6:30 pm: Main Service (with Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Josh Nelson)

Mon, Oct 3 — Rosh Hashanah Day 1
10 am: Main Service (with Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Josh Nelson)
10 am: Young Family Service – “Shananah!” (Families with children 7 & under, led by Rebecca Schoffer)
12 pm: Youth Service (Families with children ages 8-14, led by Karina Zilberman)
1 pm: Catered lunch and Kiddush

Tue, Oct 4 — Rosh Hashanah Day 2
10 am: Main Service (with Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Josh Nelson)
12:45 pm: Tashlich
Walk to Carl Schurz Park. For those who need, please plan on arranging transportation or taxi to: Carl Schurz Park, 87th Street and East End Avenue.

Tue, Oct 11 — Kol Nidre
6:30 pm: Main Service (with Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Josh Nelson)

Wed — Oct 12 Yom Kippur
10 am: Main Service (with Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Josh Nelson)
10 am: Young Family Service (Families with children 7 & under, led by Rebecca Schoffer)
12 pm: Youth Service (Families with children ages 8-14, led by Karina Zilberman)
1 pm: Yizkor Service
5:30 pm: Concluding Service (with Rabbi Elka Abrahamson and Josh Nelson)
5:30 pm: Havdalah Neila for kids of all ages (all children must be accompanied by an adult led by Matt Check)
*Families will join the main service to conclude as a community at 6:15 pm


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