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WHAT TO EXPECT: Celebrate the sweetness of gathering in community, as we welcome the new year with services that are joyful, filled with music and time for prayer that will recalibrate you for the year to come. Services will be both in-person and virtual, unless otherwise indicated.

 

Rosh Hashanah Day One Events:

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  26 , 2022
     
     
    Rosh Hashanah Morning Services, Day One

    Monday, Sep 26th 9:30a to 12:00p
    Rosh Hashanah Day One Services will take place at the Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium and online. Revel in the sweetness of gathering in community, as we celebrate the new year of 5783.

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  26 , 2022
     
     
    Tashlich Ceremony

    Monday, Sep 26th 12:30p to 1:30p
    Marin Civic Center Lagoon. Cantor David Margules will lead us in the annual tradition of Tashlich (“casting off”), which allows us to leave behind the habits, grudges, missteps, and regrets of the past year.Gather in community following morning services, or meet at the Marin Civic Center Lagoon Duck Pond near the playground. We will have cracked corn to toss to the birds, as we pray and sing together.

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  26 , 2022
     
     
    Rosh Hashanah Family Service

    Monday, Sep 26th 1:30p to 2:30p
    This lively and fun service led by Dan Nichols and clergy is just right for parents and children in grades TK-6th. A reception will follow. The Family Service will be in the Osher Marin JCC's Hoytt Theatre + Virtual.

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  26 , 2022
     
     
    Rosh Hashanah Jr. Jews Service

    Monday, Sep 26th 3:00p to 3:45p
    A reception will preceed the service at 2:30pm. All families with children, ages 0-6 are warmly invited to gather for this engaging Jr. Jews service led by Dan Nichols and clergy, filled with music, stories, and friends, as we savor the sweetness of celebrating together!  The service will be held in the Osher Marin JCC's Atrium, Gallery and Kurland Lounge spaces.

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IMPORTANT RITUALS:
Tashlich: 
The act of tashlich (“casting off”) allows us to leave behind the habits, grudges, missteps, and regrets of the past year.

What to Eat: Jews around the world enjoy different ritual foods in honor of Rosh Hashanah. Some of the customary foods include apples dipped into honey to commemorate the sweetness of the New Year. Other traditional foods to eat include a round challah, to symbolize the unending cycle of life and pomegranates, whose seeds symbolize the number of mitzvot (good deeds/actions) we are called upon to perform in the coming year.

Blessing over the apples and honey

Mon, September 26 2022 1 Tishrei 5783