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SUDBURY – Congregation B’nai Torah, of Sudbury, warmly invites the community to join us online for High Holy Days 5782! Rabbi Dr. Lisa Eiduson and Cantorial Soloist Jodi Blankstein look forward to sharing prayer and song with the community as we celebrate the Days of Awe.
The High Holy Days begin at sundown on Monday, September 6, and conclude at sundown on Thursday, September 16.
In addition to Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre, and Yom Kippur services for children and adults, the holiday schedule includes: an online Erev Rosh Hashanah Family Tableside Service and Seder; an in-person Shofar and Tashlich experience at the Wayside Inn Grist Mill and apple picking on Rosh Hashanah afternoon; and an online Yom Kippur afternoon Speaker and Study Hour.
B’nai Torah is a reform temple that welcomes all families, including interfaith families, and offers a unique one-day-a-week Hebrew School program. It is located at 225 Boston Post Road, Sudbury.
Congregation B’nai Torah’s Rabbi Dr. Lisa Eiduson at last year’s Havdalah service. Photo courtesy of Sheldon Golder