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High Holidays at CBH 5783/2022

We call Rosh Hashanah Yom haDin, “the day of judgement.”  But as we usher in a new year, our liturgy also teaches us to say Ha-yom harat olam.  “Today the world is born.”  This moment holds a possibility of rebirth, renewal, revival.

And not a minute too soon.  The past few years have been, in a word, exhausting.  We’ve been plagued by depression and despair — not to mention a literal plague.

That’s why we’ve chosen as the theme for our high holidays this year Insist on Hope.  To acknowledge pain and brokenness — and to look toward the future anyway — is an essential spiritual practice, and one which will be essential to our well-being in the months and years to come.

“Hope is a muscle,” writes Krista Tippett.  This time of year gives us an opportunity to remember we have that muscle — Baruch haShem! — and this community gives us the opportunity to flex it.  

After all, CBH was a community created, against the odds, by people who refused to give in to despair.  We are the right people, at the right time, to teach the power of hope to the world.

                                                                                                                                                                                   — Rabbi Mike


Give to the 2022 CBH High Holiday Appeal Here


Sunday, September 25, 2022
8:00 pm          Erev Rosh Hashanah | Zoom Here
Monday, September 26, 2022
10:00 am      Rosh Hashanah Morning Service | Zoom Here
10:15 am      Children's Service (Ages 3-5)
11:15 am      Children's Service (Ages 6-7)
12:15 pm      Children's Service (Ages 8-10)
2:30 pm         Tashlich at W.D. Thomson Park
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
10:00 am       Rosh Hashanah Chant Service | Zoom Here
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
8:00 pm         Kol Nidre | Zoom Here
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
10:00 am      Yom Kippur Morning Service | Zoom Here
10:15 am      Children's Service (Ages 3-5)
11:15 am      Children's Service (Ages 6-7)
12:15 pm      Children's Service (Ages 8-10)
1:45 pm         Walking Meditation in the Labyrinth
2:15 pm         Tai Chi
2:15 pm         Jewish Perspectives on Voting Rights and Reproductive Health and Justice | Zoom Here
4:30 pm         Yizkor Memorial Service | Zoom Here
5:45 pm         Ne'ilah | Zoom Here
7:15 pm         Break the Fast

*All services will be held at St Bartholomew’s, 1790 Lavista Rd, Atlanta, GA, unless otherwise noted.


Join us on Zoom for High Holiday Services

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 884 5590 6073

Or watch live on our YouTube channel here

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

We are live streaming our services from Zoom onto our CBH YouTube Channel. This allows us to have a greater reach, reach potential members, and connect with more people. It is also more accessible for people who have challenges with Zoom. If you have concerns about privacy, know that you can decide not to share your camera on Zoom or you can engage with the service on YouTube. 


High Holiday Information and Policies

Sun, March 3 2024 23 Adar I 5784