Music and Dance Transformational Teachings, Heart Opening Chanting, Silent Meditation
Register for Virtual High Holy Days!
September 18, 5:30 PM – September 28, 8:30 PM
Join us for this unique opportunity in these uncertain and challenging times…
Days of Awe Immersive Journey Sacred Musical Audio Experience, Nature Connection & Community
Imagine gathering safely with friends and family for a walk in your neighborhood or the woods, putting on your headphones, and singing and praying with Torah of Awakening ritual leaders and the sacred music ensemble BRIAH.
Upon registration for this year’s unique High Holidays celebration, you will receive:
Five Musical Prayer Audio Recordings (think podcasts) for Services
Tune in to these beautiful pre-recorded audio experiences (podcasts) and listen with friends or in solitude, at home or out in nature. Recordings will combine new teachings with the full band music you have come to love over the years. Featuring the sacred ensemble BRIAH and all of the Torah of Awakening crew — Jeannette Ferber, Kohenet Yael Schonzeit, Gary Lapow, Ahbi Vernon-Lapow, Estelle Frankel, Rabbi Diane Elliot, Shaykh Issa Baba, Bruce Silverman, and Reb Brian Yosef.
Virtual Machzor (prayer-book)
Print this year’s Machzor or access it digitally on any device!
Six Opportunities to Gather in Virtual Community via Zoom
With Reb Brian Yosef, Rabbi Diane, Kohenet Yael Shonzeit, Jeannette Ferber, Estelle Frankel and other service leaders…
Erev Rosh Hashanah community gathering and short Kabbalat Shabbat live service Friday night
A Rosh Hashanah morning pre-service community gathering & intention setting that you won’t want to miss
A Kol Nidre live service for the entire family
A Yom Kippur morning intention setting that will help you remain grounded all day
A Yizkor live service that will offer space and time to cherish those now passed
A break fast and schmooze to close out High Holidays 5781
Additional Workshops to Deepen Your Experience via Zoom
Truth Mandala Workshop w. Rabbi Diane
The Dance of Forgiveness w. Miriam Peretz
Shekhinah: The Feminine Aspect of God w. Professor Daniel Matt