Join us for the 5773 High Holy Days
with our Ad Olam Mishpacha
September 16-17, 2012 and September 25-26, 2012
Once again these services will be led by
Rob Tobias, Jordan Michaels, Beth Miriam Rose, Emily Fox, and Rabbi Hanan.
Be part of our Mispacha by helping us outreach to the community!
Download HighHolyDays 2012 AdOlamMispacha
Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, September 16, 2012
This one service is being held at the Saraha Nyingma Buddhist Institute
(previously Unitarian building, 40th/Donald)
7:00 pm Rosh Hashanah Evening Service
9:00 pm Kiddish - Apples & Honey
Rosh Hashanah Morning Services - Monday, September 17, 2012
at Unity of the Valley (our usual location, Hilyard/39th)
10:30 am Rosh Hashanah Morning Service
followed by Tashlichin ~ casting into the water
at a nearby location
All services (except Neilah) held at Unity of the Valley
(our usual location, Hilyard/39th)
Erev Yom Kippur - Tuesday, September 25, 2012
7:00 pm—9:30 pm Kol Nidre Service
Yom Kippur --- Full Day - Wednesday, September 26, 2012
10:30 am Yom Kippur Morning Service
Meditation, Singing & Processing (3 sessions)
11:30-12:45 1:00-2:15 2:30-3:45
4:00 pm Yizkor – Memorial Service
Services Continue at Jordon & Susi's Home
(details at the services)
6:00 pm Neilah - Closing Service
7:00 pm Break-the-fast --- Potluck
share the spirit & wisdom of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
These holy-days are a time of prayer, music, reflection and learning,
a time when the veils between the worlds thins.
The services are liberal, renewal, feminist, and inclusive in orientation,
yet draw from traditional and mystical sources.
All are welcome to come to any or all of the services.
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The Ad Olam Mischpacha, or family, is an extention of the Ad Olam - Synagogue Without Walls community founded by Rabbi Hanan Sills.
Rabbi Hanan began Ad Olam as an Outreach and Inreach program to Jews and non-Jews alike who want to connect with and learn about Jewish spirit and traditions.
We honor Rabbi Hanan's role in...
● Bringing Jewish traditions and observances into people’s homes, where the spirit of Judaism has always thrived.
● Increasing people’s understanding, appreciation and love of Jewish spirit, values and traditions by offering relevant, personal and joyous study of Jewish history and religion.
● Acting as a bridge from people’s current experience into a Jewishing practice and community through:
- Creating meaningful and accessible observances
- Empowering individuals and collective creative expressions and programs in art, music, dance/movement, meditation, and spiritual and physical healing
- Connecting people to synagogues and other Jewish community resources
The founder of Ad-Olam and the Joys of Jewishing, states that over these past 30+ years the mission of Ad-Olam is “nothing less than the mitzvah of reviving the home as the center of Jewish life, which it was for millennia.” Today we as a collective, as a part of our evolving vision, also see that the Ad-Olam Mission is to bring people home to the Jewish spirit within.