The High Holy Days ended with a special musical event with Student Cantor Mike Jarvis, an educational with Rabbi Rapport, and our closing Nehilah service.
While we are continued with our Hugim and Babysitting for infants to Grade 3, we have created a new morning program for 4-6 grade called High Holy Day Your Way. This interactive program makes children the center of the program where they create, learn, and experience the High Holy Days. This year included a creative service for Rosh Hashanah made by the students with yoga, a gameshow, songs from camp, and confetti. We also had a Tashlich service with dissolving paper and Wheel of Fortune. For Yom Kippur, we examined the song “Man in the Mirror” and used the lessons about changing our actions to create our own pages of Talmud.