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High Holy Day DIY Guides

  • Create Your Sacred Space Guide: Our tradition has referred to the home as the small sanctuary. Bring your creativity to turn wherever you join us in your home into your personal sanctuary. 
  • Challah Recipe Card: Master the art of the bread braid or make it round for the New Year. May we rise, this year!
  • High Holy Day Schedule: Your handy go-to to find out what time services and classes start.
  • High Holiday Machzor (Prayer book): All you'll need for services is compiled into one prayerbook.  Download and/or print a copy and use it for all CBH services. 
  • High Holy Day Walk the Labyrinth Guide: Use this guide to find a labyrinth near you or stay at home with a finger labyrinth. You can use this “walking” meditation to focus on the questions most important to you these High Holy Days.
  • Self Guided Tashlich: Release the challenges and the misdeeds of the past year by tossing your crumbs in the closest body of water. Use the guide to lead you in this beloved ritual.
  • Hang 10 Playlists: Curated by 10 congregants and staff, we have created some unique lists of music to help you ready for the 10 Days of Repentance.
  • Blackout Poetry: Write your own High Holy Day poem using this simple yet elegant technique with these step-by-step instructions and Psalm 27. You can illustrate your poem, use it in your private prayers, read it as an intention, or share it with friends.
  • High Holiday Bingo Cards: A little learning, a little fun. Join the game and see if you can get Bingo! 
  • Best Practices for Zoom: Make sure your technology is ready with this handy guide.
  • Yizkor Book: Linked you will find the names of those we are remembering. Note that we will hold Yizkor, on Saturday, September 26th at 7pm. There will also be a brief opportunity to say Yizkor prayers at Neilah.
  • How To Build a Sukkah: Rabbi Josh guides you through the ins and outs of building your own sukkah in this handy guide.
     
Sat, September 26 2020 8 Tishrei 5781