The following High Holy Day Services will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Moscow, located at 420 East Second Street in Moscow, Idaho.
(1) Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Year — Wednesday evening, Sept 20, 2017 – starting at 6:45 PM. It will be followed by a POTLUCK snack/reception. Please bring some sweet treats to share to begin what we hope will be a sweet New Year. The JCP will provide refreshments, utensils and paper products.
(2) Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement – Friday evening, Sept 29, 2017 – starting at 6:45 PM.
(3) Yom Kippur concluding services — Saturday, Sept 30, 2017: The Yizkor service will start around 4:45 PM – and the other concluding services will follow, with the final blowing of the Shofar and the Havdalah ceremony occurring around 6:30 PM – followed by a POTLUCK snack/reception between 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm. Please bring some finger foods or sweet treats to begin what we hope will be a sweet New Year. The JCP will provide refreshments, utensils and paper products.
We have also scheduled a Rosh Hashanah DAYTIME SERVICE on Thursday, Sept 21, 2017 between 10 AM and Noon, and a YOM KIPPUR DAYTIME SERVICE on Saturday, Sept 30, 2017 between 10 AM and Noon. Both of these DAYTIME services will be at the home of Lea and Scot Wherland in Pullman WA. If you need directions, you can contact them at (509) 334-1669.
Tickets are not required for our services. We rely upon the dues and contributions of our members (See https://jcpalouse.wordpress.com/about/ where you can also download the JCP DUES FORM and Questionnaire).
CHILDCARE MAY BE AVAILABLE. If you would like to request childcare during these services, please contact schreck2020 @ msn.com.
Once again, we have asked Bea Wallins to provide us with Cantorial and educational assistance for our High Holy Day Services. Dr. Wallins received her Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible and Jewish Hermeneutics from Emory University, has taught at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Los Angeles, and is currently an Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Seattle University.