Yom Kippur Breakout Sessions
Monday, September 25
Register for Breakout Sessions when you register for Yom Kippur Morning Services. Click Here to register!
|after services||Human Together: Unifying for Our Common Good with Heather Fleming of Missouri Equity Education Partnership||Missouri Equity Education Partnership is a grassroots organization that promotes an equitable community by supporting anti-bias and anti-racist approaches to education and community. We believe we are all stronger when we #LetThemLearn.|
|after services||Moving Body and Soul with Sarah Anne Patz, CRC member||In this movement meditation we invoke caring, tending, and deep listening to our innate body wisdom. We embody our connections to the natural world and the cycle of our life. The authentic movement form supports and illuminates our individual and community expression on this Yom Kippur.|
|2:00pm||The Story of Us with Rabbi Daniel Bogard||Who were the first people to think of themselves as Jews, as “us”? What did they believe about the world, and where they had come from? What were their sacred stories? Join Rabbi Daniel for an hour-long trip through the first 1000 years of Jewish history. And if you love it, “The Story of Us” will be happening every Tuesday at 5:30, in person and on Zoom, throughout the fall.|
|2:00pm||Holy Crafting with Rabbi Karen Bogard||Join Rabbi Karen for a meaningful and personal crafting experience on Yom Kippur afternoon. We will be creating self-love jars using tissue paper and decoupage, and filling these jars with mementos and personal thoughts to help us throughout the next year.|
|3:00pm||Grief Support with Jamie Sentnor||“Death ends a life, not a relationship” -From Tuesdays with Morrie|
How do we continue a relationship with people in our life who have died? Jamie Sentnor will lead an interactive discussion about ways to memorialize our loved ones. We will share strategies that can be useful as we grieve the absence of someone significant in our lives.
|3:00pm||The Legacy of Words Within the Tapestry of Text with Rabbi Dale Schreiber||Rabbi and scholar Arthur Green writes about the Jewish artistry for words in his introduction to the Zohar. Based on an understanding of the Second Commandment’s prohibition against graven images, Jewish creativity was channeled into words. While others were creating stained glass windows, sculptures, icons, and illuminated manuscripts, Judaism was creating a legacy of words. We will trace the odyssey of the word TZEDEK [צדק] from its appearance in Genesis as the name of a King, ruler over Wholeness through two illuminating and inspiring Hasidic texts.|
Parking will be off-site in nearby lots with shuttle service to and from CRC. There will be a limited number of handicapped parking spaces available in the CRC lot for those unable to ride the shuttle bus.
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.
Childcare is available on Yom Kippur from 9:30 am until 3:30 pm.
To ensure that we have enough child care providers, WE CANNOT PROVIDE DROP-IN CARE for children for whom no reservations were made.
Click here to register for child care.