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High Holiday Schedule

Saturday, September 12, 2020 23 Elul 5780

All Day for 16 Days

Click these links for more information:

HOLIDAY POLICIES AND DETAILED GUIDE

Rabbi's message and Davening Guide

Schedule

Register for outdoor shofar blowing

Seating Guide and Seating Charts

 

Support our Kol Nidre appeal

Questions? 

Seating - contact Alvin Smilow or Sandy Karoll

Ritual - Rabbi Weissman rabbi@yiplainview.org

General - David Gross - president@yiplainview.org


RAbbi's message and Davening Guide

Dear Friends,

 

The coming Yamim Noraim period will be a different one.  The pandemic and its dangers lingers thus forcing us into a modified service.  Our Chazanim, Gabbaim, Baalei Kriyah, and Baalei Tekiya (not to mention the many other volunteers) have worked hard to create meaningful and safe prayers.  Prayers will begin from Nishmat Kol Chai, immediately before Barchu. We need everyone to arrive a few minutes early to ensure we can stay on schedule.  All venues will be open 30 minutes prior to the start of services. Our Chazanim have been instructed to limit the singing, however one can expect some inspirational tunes for Kedusha and the like.  The shofar will be covered and distanced per medical guidance.  We will be skipping a number of the piyyutim, the poetry traditionally added to the high holiday prayers. 

A full list of the prayers, with page numbers for four different Machzorim, can be found here.

There will be no derasha during shul.  Members are invited to a shiur in the afternoon before Mincha in the courtyard.  On the second day of Rosh Hashana, we will have the opportunity to hear from our new Rabbinic Intern, Yoni Zolty.  

 

We thank you for your commitment to our congregation and look forward to a different, but nonetheless meaningful Yamim Noraim experience.  

 

Shana Tova,

R. Elie Weissman


Schedule

Selichot

Saturday, September 12

First night of Selichot

12:00 AM (Midnight)

Zoom/Livestream link

https://zoom.us/j/99171205615

Selichot for the week

Sunday-Thursday, September 13-17

Late Ma’ariv & Selichot

9:30 PM Ma’ariv followed by Selichot

Early Shacharit (no Selichot)

6:30 AM (Tues, Wed, Fri)/6:15 AM (Thurs)

Late Shacharit (no Selichot)

8:00 AM

Erev Rosh Hashana

Friday, September 18

No Mikveh for men this year

 

Early Minyan (Shacharit)

6:15 AM

Late Minyan (Shacharit)

8:00 AM

Candle Lighting (L’Hadlik Ner Shel Shabbat V’Yom Tov and Shechiyanu)

6:41 PM

Mincha

6:45 PM

   

Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Shabbat, September 19

Shacharit (All venues)

9:00 AM

No Shofar on Shabbat

 

Shiur with Rabbi Weissman in the courtyard: “Rosh Hashana Without Shofar”

5:15 PM

Mincha

6:15 PM

Ma’ariv

7:10 PM

Candle Lighting (2nd night- L’Hadlik Ner Shel Yom Tov and Shechiyanu)

7:37 PM

   

Rosh Hashanah Day 2

Sunday, September 20

Shacharit (All venues)

9:00 AM

Shofar (All venues)

10:15 AM approximately

Additional Shofar blowing 1 – Shul Courtyard

Register - https://www.yiplainview.org/event/shofar

12:20 PM

Additional Shofar blowing 2  cul-de-sac near 28 Carol St.

Register - https://www.yiplainview.org/event/shofar2

5:00 PM

Shiur with Yoni Zolty, Rabbinic Intern, in the courtyard: “Allusions to the Akedah”

5:30 PM

Mincha/Ma’ariv

6:30 PM

Havdalah (No candle or spices. Only Boray Pri Ha’Gafen and Ha’Mavdil)

7:36 PM

   

Tzom Gedaliah

Monday, September 21

Fast begins

5:29 AM

Early Minyan (Selichot/Shacharit)

6:00 AM

Late Minyan (Selichot/Shacharit)

8:00 AM

Mincha/Ma’ariv

6:15 PM

Fast ends

7:21 PM

Additional Ma’ariv/Selichot 

Tues-Thurs 9/22-9/25

 

9:30PM Ma’ariv/9:45PM Selichot

Weekday Shacharit

Tuesday-Friday, September 22-25

Early Shacharit (no Selichot)

6:30 AM (Tues, Wed, Fri)/6:15 AM (Thurs)

Late Shacharit (no Selichot)

8:00 AM

Mincha/Ma’ariv

6:35 PM

   

Erev Shabbat – Shabbat Shuva

Friday, September 25

Candle Lighting

6:29 PM

Mincha

6:30 PM

   

Shabbat Shuva

Shabbat, September 26

Shacharit

7:30 AM and 9:00 AM

Shabbat Shuva Drasha

Yom Kippur: Festival of Freedom?

5:00 PM

Mincha

5:45PM

Ma’ariv

7:40 PM

Shabbat Ends

7:26 PM

   

Erev Yom Kippur

Sunday, September 27

No Mikveh for men this year

 

Early Shacharit with Selichot

6:30 AM

Late Shacharit with Selichot

8:00 AM

Early Mincha

1:45 PM

Late Mincha

3:00 PM

Candle Lighting

6:26 PM

Kol Nidre

6:25 PM

   

Yom Kippur

Monday, September 28

Shacharit (All venues)

9:00 AM

Yizkor

10:30 AM approximately

Mincha

5:30 PM (1 hr)

Ne’ila

6:30 PM (50 min)

Fast ends

7:23 PM

* The Mikveh will not be open for men this year due to COVID-19.


Seating Guide and Seating Charts

Sit only in your assigned seats. If you have a problem with seating please approach the person designated below.

CHECK YOUR SEAT LOCATION PRIOR TO YOM TOV ON THE SEAT MAPS BELOW

LARGE FORMAT POSTERS WILL NOT BE POSTED THIS YEAR

Main Shul Men  - Main Shul Women - Carl at security desk
Beit Midrash - Carl at security desk
YIP Courtyard - Carl at security desk
YIP Backyard (Portnoy) - Carl at security desk
Sroka Backyard - Tim Clontz
HANC Auditorium - Ethan Brandler

 

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