2020 High Holidays

Sinai Temple

 

 

Selichot

 

On Saturday, September 12, at 7:30 pm, we will usher in the High Holidays with a Selichot program and service, appropriate for all ages. The evening begins as we join with other congregations from around the country in a specially designed concert with renowned Jewish singer-songwriter Dan Nichols.  At 8:30 pm, we will segue into a brief uplifting and reflective service to prepare for the High Holidays, including Havdalah and moments of inspirational music and prayer. The link for this concert and service will be coming soon!

 

Saturday, September 12 

@ 7:30 pm: Selichot Service and Program 

 

Wednesday, Septembert 16 

@ 10:00 am: Mt. Hope Cemetery Visit and Memorial Service 

 

 

Rosh Hashanah

 

For Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we will have Family Services each afternoon at 2:30 pm (Rosh Hashanah on Saturday, September 19; Yom Kippur on Monday, September 28). 

 

Friday, September 18 

@ 7:30 pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah Service 

 

Saturday, September 19 

@ 9:00 am: 1st Day - Egalitarian Traditional Minyan Service 

@ 10:00 am: Reform Service 

@ 2:30 pm: Children & Family Service 

@ 5:00 pm: Tashlich at Maynard Lake (access lake between 1846 & 1850 Maynard Dr.)

 

Sunday, September 20 

@ 9:00 am: 2nd Day - Egalitarian Traditional Minyan Service 

 

Hear the Shofar—Details to follow 

 

 

Yom Kippur 

 

Sunday, September 27 

@ 6:00 pm: Egalitarian Traditional Minyan Kol Nidre Service 

@ 7:30 pm: Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) Reform Service 

 

Monday, September 28 

@ 9:00 am: Egalitarian Traditional Minyan Service w/Yizkor 10:00 am: Reform Morning Ser-vice 

@ 1:30 pm: Yom Kippur Study Session (Join Rabbi Toby Manewith, a Jewish educator and curriculum expert from Chicago, in looking at texts about both capriciousness and responsibility as they relate to judgement.) 

@ 2:30 pm: Children and Family Service 

@ 4:00 pm: Reform Neilah and Yizkor 

@ 5:00 pm: Egalitarian Traditional Minyan Mincha and Neilah

Illini Chabad

 

Services will take place at the New Chabad Campus for Jewish Life And Living at 209 East Armory, Champaign.

 

Please let us know which services you will be attending by clicking here.

 

Services will take place outdoors, with a maximum capacity of 50 people per service. Reservations required.

 

Dinners will have two sections, with a capacity of 50 each. 

 

 

Rosh Hashanah 

  

Friday, September 18

@ 6:15 pm: Welcome the New Year Service

@ 7:15 pm: Bonnie Dayan New Year Brisket Dinner 

RSVP Required | Click Here to RSVP

  

Shabbat, September 19

@ 9:30 am: Morning services

@ 12:00 am: Shofar sounding

@ 12:30 pm: Mussaf service

@ 7:30 pm: Evening service 

Followed by Festive dinner

  

Sunday, September 20

@ 9:30 am: Morning services

@ 12:00 am: Shofar sounding

@ 12:30 pm: Mussaf service

@ 1:00 pm: Second shofar sounding and Rosh Hashanah thought

@ 3:00 pm: Third shofar sounding and Rosh Hashanah thought

@ 6:00 pm: Tashlich at Boneyard Retention Park 

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Yom Kippur 

  

Sunday, september 27

@ 6:00 pm: Kol nidrei service

  

Monday, september 28

@ 10:00 am: Morning service

@ 1:00 pm: Yizkor memorial service

@ 5:15 pm: Mincha service

@ 6:00 pm: Neilah closing service

@ 7:19 pm: Havdalah service & break fast

 

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Illini Hillel

 

The High Holidays are upon us and Illini Hillel has incredible (and safe!) programming, services, and meals put together for you! 

 

We will be holding Orthodox services in person for up to 50 people (masks required) in an outdoor space. 

 

Conservative services will be held both in person (masks required) outdoors and also via Zoom. Both options require registration. Reform services will be held online.

 

Rosh Hashanah meals are free to our students, thanks to a generous endowment gift made by Firouz and Nasrin Gahvari in memory of their son, Hormozd. Hormozd was an active student and graduate student at Illini Hillel for many years. He passed away at a young age on the eve of Rosh Hashana in 2016, after a long battle with Ewing Sarcoma. This meaningful and unique endowment will allow us to celebrate his life today and in the future.

 

Rosh Hashanah

 

Friday, September 18

@ 6:15 pm Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 6:15 pm Conservative service (in person & online)

@ 6:00 pm Reform service (online)

 

Saturday, September 19

@ 9:30 am: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 9:30 am: Conservative service (in person & online)

@ 9:30 am: Reform service (online)

@ 6:15 pm: Orthodox Mincha service (in person)

@ 7:30 pm: Orthodox Maariv service (in person)

@ 6:45 pm: Conservative Mincha service (in person & online) 

@ 7:30 pm: Conservative Maariv service (in person & online)

 

Sunday, September 20 

@ 9:30 am: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 9:30 am: Conservative service (in person & online)

@ 2:15 pm: Shofar Blowing on the Quad (in person)

@ 3:00 pm: Tashlich at North Quad (in person)

@ 3:15 pm: Orthodox Mincha (in person)

 

 

Yom Kippur

 

Sunday, September 27

@ 6:15 pm: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 6:15 pm: Conservative service (in person & online)

@ 6:15 pm: Reform service (online) 

 

Monday, September 28

@ 9:30 am: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 9:30 am: Conservative service (in person & online)

@ 10:00 am: Reform service (online) 

@ 5:00 pm: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 5:00 pm: Conservative service (in person & online)

@ 5:00 pm: Reform service (online)

 

 

Sukkot

 

Friday, October 2

Orthodox at 6:00 pm (in person) 

Conservative at 6:00 pm (in person) 

Reform at 6:00 pm (in person & online)

 

Saturday, October 3 

Orthodox at 9:30 am (in person) 

Kiddush in the Sukkah at 12:30 pm 

Orthodox at 6:00 pm (in person)

 

Sunday, October 4

@ 9:30 am: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 12:30 pm: Kiddush in the Sukkah 

@ 6:00 pm: Orthodox service (in person)

 

Friday, October 9

@ 5:00 pm: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 5:00 pm: Conservative service (in person) 

@ 5:00 pm: Reform service (in person & online)

 

Saturday, October 10

@ 9:30 am: Orthodox service (in person) 

@ 6:00 pm: Orthodox service (in person) 

 

Sunday, October 11

@ 9:30 am: Orthodox service (in person) 

 

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