Register to attend any of our Yom Kippur events here. You can also stream these services on this page or at sestl.org/livestream.
This service, accompanied by our High Holy Day choir, beautiful readings, prayers and a meaningful sermon, is also musically enhanced by the haunting cello and piano arrangement of Kol Nidre by Max Bruch. Using the Mishkan Hanefesh Machzor, this worship experience captures the significance of the holiest day in the Jewish calendar by asking us to reflect, repent and renew. Appropriate for all vaccinated adults and children 13 years and older.
Families with children 5 and under are invited to join Shaare Emeth clergy and Shirlee Green Preschool staff for a Yom Kippur experience designed especially for our youngest friends and their families. We’ll sing, dance, and learn about a magic word: SORRY! This service will take place rain or shine.
This service, accompanied by our High Holy Day choir, beautiful readings and prayers and a powerful sermon, offers an opportunity for meaningful reflection and repentance. Using the Mishkan Hanefesh Machzor, this worship service is appropriate for all vaccinated adults and children 13 years and older.
For the first time in many years, Shaare Emeth is proud to offer a Yom Kippur Family Service where the entire family can reflect and share together. This one-hour worship experience, led by Shaare Emeth clergy and teen leaders, is filled with music, community blessings, a meaningful story and more, and is most appropriate for families with children ages 6-to-12.
Join us for community discussion and learning events, hosted in the Kehillah Center throughout Yom Kippur afternoon:
Join us as we explore the depths of this well-known story, traditionally read on Yom Kippur afternoon, and discover what wisdom Jonah has to offer as we begin 5782.
Join Harpist Amy Camie and Shaare Emeth Clergy for music and meditation. We will focus our energy on spiritual, physical and emotional healing. Our time together includes opportunities to reflect, rejuvenate and rejoice.
Join Rabbi Emeritus Jeffrey Stiffman for a discussion of current events during the past year and their meaning for us and the Jewish community.
This moving service of Yizkor Neshamot will explore the power of memory and loss, compassion and blessing. We then conclude our Day of Atonement with the service of Neilah, as the symbolic gates begin to close and we look forward to beginning again with hope.