Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day Morning Service

Tuesday, September 27
10:00 am Rosh Hashanah Day Two musical service
This service will be in person in our Sanctuary and live streamed.

A Change in Plans for the Second Day Rosh Hashanah Service 5783

For many years CRC has offered a second day service for Rosh Hashanah even though most reform congregations only observe one day.  Our second day service provided a more intimate experience and for the past few years, the collaboration of Rabbi Jim Goodman with Brothers Lazaroff.  These holy days always find ways to remind us that we are part of something greater than ourselves and that sometimes  all we can do is respond in the holiest way possible to the challenges before us. Rabbis Susan and Jim are in quarantine with COVID and will not be able to participate this year.  They are recovering and well cared for but are committed to being cautious and not spreading the virus. 

Rabbis Karen and Daniel along with Leslie and Andrew will lead an informal and soulful Second Day Rosh Hashanah Service at 10 AM at CRC  to continue the celebration of the New Year of 5783. May it be a good year, a healthy year and a year of peace!

VIEW LIVE: on our YouTube channel, our Facebook page. Services will remain available for viewing anytime on YouTube.

Each individual attending a service is requested to be registered via Eventbrite. Click the turquoise button above.
Registration will not act as a reservation or guarantee a seat in CRC’s sanctuary but will be extremely helpful to us in anticipating the number of people who plan to attend in person, allow us to make plans, and take security measures to safely accommodate all who want to join.
-If you need assistance in registering for a service, please contact the front desk at 314-361-3919.

For Those Planning to Attend In-Person:
With the retractable wall open and seats in the multi-purpose room, CRC has a capacity for 500 people.
We will also have a large screen in the Oneg room for people to watch the live service with others.

Vaccination and Masking Requirements:
Vaccination is requested for attendance at all events.
We will not check vaccination status upon entry to the building.
Well fitting masks worn over the nose and mouth are required for all individuals in attendance for the duration of the service. For Children’s Services, all children over two years of age should be masked. Masks will be optional for those participating in pre- and post- service receptions where food and beverage are provided.

Parking will be available in the CRC Lot, the First Unitarian Lot across the street, and along Waterman.

In the interest of keeping our community safe, security will be increased during our High Holiday services.  We ask that you plan to arrive early to progress through security measures and be seated prior to the scheduled service times. A few notes on what to expect:

  • Our doors will open 1 hour prior to scheduled service times
  • Please pack light; all bags will be examined and large bags + backpacks are not permitted
  • All those attending will proceed through a metal detector as they enter CRC or First Unitarian
  • Firearms will not be permitted on the premises

Seating Policy
We urge members to arrive early to assure satisfactory seating. Although the saving of seats is discouraged, members may save up to four seats until 15 minutes before the scheduled start of services.

Fill the Pantry!
We are once again collecting non-perishable goods to stock the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food PantryPlease bring the following items to drop in the collection bins at the entrance to CRC: cereal, canned vegetables, canned beans, pasta sauce, tomato products, tuna/canned chicken, soup, chili, beef stew, peanut butter, and protein-rich foods. Items must not be expired or opened. The food pantry is not able to accept donations in glass jars.


Tue Sep 27 2022


10:00 am


Hybrid Event
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