The High Holy Days frame a uniquely intimate, yet communal experience of holiness in our lives. This year, given the realities of the COVID-19 world, it will not be safe to hold services in person. We will share the Days of Awe as an international CBST community online, creating beautiful and meaningful spiritual experiences.
HIGH HOLY DAYS 5781 / 2020
♦ MESSAGE from Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Board President Gregg Passin, and Executive Director Yolanda Potasinski
♦ SCHEDULE of SERVICES
Rosh Hashanah begins Friday, Sept. 18; Kol Nidre, Sunday, Sept. 27
♦ ONLINE REGISTRATION & CONTRIBUTION Form for High Holy Days 5781/2020
including form for 5781/2020 Yizkor Book of Remembrance and Bookplates.
View last year's Yizkor Book of Remembrance and Bookplates Listing
Register just once to receive access/links to all High Holy Days services!
♦ Download Paper Registration & Contribution Form (2 pages)
♦ CBST's unique Open Door
♦ Purchase the Mahzor (High Holy Day Prayerbook) we will use this year.
♦ Online Registration for Families with Children
♦ About CBST Membership...
Join/Renew online or contact Ruth at 212-929-9498 x 815 or Membership@cbst.org
♦ Click here to fulfill your 2019 High Holy Day Pledges
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Listen to a sample from our High Holy Days CD, "Return Again, Hashivenu"
Achat Sha'alti, Israel Katz, born 1930, sung by the CBST Community Chorus
from Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum. Video by Harold Levine.
from Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, CBST Board President Gregg Passin, and Executive Director Yolanda Potasinski