Yom Kippur Breakout Groups
12:30 pm – Walking The Labyrinth
Just before the pandemic, a wonderful crew of CRC members created our first ever labyrinth, right next to our garden. A labyrinth is an ancient walking meditation course. After a session detailing its history and spiritual practices, everyone will be invited to give it a try.
Led by Rabbi Randy, Robert Fishbone, and Karen Flotte, in person only in the Labyrinth
1:30 pm – A Look at the New Survey on the Experience of Jews of Color
The Panel will include:
–PhD student in educational psychology and advisor to cultural leadership, Tari Nussinov
–Nationally renowned Jewish journalist / Forward columnist and 18Doors Director Of Professional Development, Tema Smith
–CRC Member Gawain Jameson
Led by Rabbi Daniel in person in the Ohel Moed and via Zoom webinar.
2:30 pm – The Psalms as a Path Through the Valleys and Shadows– Led by Rabbis Susan and Jim, on Zoom.
For the livestreamed sessions: View live on our YouTube channel and our Facebook page. Services will remain available for viewing anytime on YouTube.
Join the Zoom Room: https://centralreform-org.zoom.us/j/87504788154
What is the Ohel Moed?
–Ohel Moed translates to tent of meeting and will be the primary gathering place for our in person services.
We are having a 40×100 ft tent installed on CRC’s parking lot in which all of our in person holiday services will take place.
-The tent will be set up with a stage for the service leaders, folding chairs set in pods and appropriately spaced, TVs for video elements, and fans. In accordance with spacing recommendations, the capacity of the tent is 250 seats.
-Outdoor restrooms will be available.
-Everyone over the age of 12 must be fully vaccinated to attend High Holiday services.
–If you are choosing not to be vaccinated we ask that you choose virtual services.
-Children under 12 years old may attend Children’s Services, Tashlich, and any of the Shofarot Events and must be able stay with their household pod and follow all Covid guidelines including wearing a mask at all times.
-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
-Because of the masking requirements and the high potential for spread of the virus, food and beverage will not be a part of this year’s high holiday programming.
-Parking will be off site in nearby lots with shuttle service to and from CRC. Valet parking will also be available for those with mobility challenges.