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High Holy Days 5783

Our in-person evening and morning services for High Holy Days are full, but will be zoomed. If you would like the zoom link, email the office. This link is also on our members' Zoom Links page.




September 25  Erev Rosh HaShanah
   Evening Service
     7:30 pm

September 26 Rosh HaShanah Day
   Morning Service
     9:00 am - noon

   Tashlikh/Shofar Service
     2:00 pm
     Sellwood Waterfront Park
     Blessings, music, self-reflection, crafts and tashlikh
     Register Here.


October 2: Reverse Tashlikh
 Environmental Mitzvah for the Days of Awe

Join environmentally conscious Jewish communities around the world in removing garbage and debris from our waterways. 

Last year, we hauled over a ton of garbage from the Johnson Creek Flood Plain. This year, we'll be working on Sauvie Island.
October 2nd
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Meeting Point:
Sauvie Island
Beach parking area on NW Reeder Road

Wear clothes that can get dirty and sturdy closed-toed shoes. 
Bring gloves, water, sunscreen. 

More information and the registration link to RSVP HERE


October 4 Kol Nidre
   Evening Service
   7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
   This service is full.

October 5 Yom Kippur

   Morning Service
     9:00 am - 12:30 pm 
     This service is full.

     Childcare available with advance sign up;
Register Here

   Family Service
     1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
     Oregon Park
Register Here

   Musaf Yoga
     2:00 pm
     Online only with Rachael Stern

Afternoon services are open without reservations.
Doors will open 30 minutes before the start of each service.

     3:30 pm

Neā€™ilah and Havdalah
     6:00 pm

Break the Fast
     7:30 pm
     Light nosh
Register Here.


October 9 Sukkot

   Open House
     1:00 pm
     Put up and decorate the Commons sukkah, meet Nashira staff, light nosh

 Annual Meeting
     3:00 pm
     Members, meet your new Board members
and participate in the legal and financial
     business of the congregation.


October 17 Simkhat Torah Celebration
     6:30 pm
     Come dance with the Torah!

Fri, December 9 2022 15 Kislev 5783