High Holiday Schedule
2023/5784 Fabrangen High Holiday services will be a mix of In-Person/Livestream and Zoom-only services.
We are proud to continue our tradition of opening our services to the entire community with no tickets or reservations required, but we do ask you to RSVP for Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur. This will enable us to plan ahead and to reach you if service plans change. As Covid restrictions may change, we will notify you if we need to change from an in-person to a virtual service.
The Zoom link for live-streaming will be sent out to everyone who RSVPs.
There will be one Zoom link for all of Rosh Hashanah and one Zoom link for all of Yom Kippur, so that those who prefer not to start technology on the holiday can have the meeting open for the duration.
Join us for an Erev Chag & Kabbalat Shabbat Service and a potluck dinner in the Fabrangen Community Sukkah.
Join us for a Kabbalat Shabbat Service and a potluck dinner in the Fabrangen Community Sukkah.
Donate to High Holiday Tzedakah
Giving tzedakah (charitable donations) is a long-standing Jewish custom at the High Holidays. Every year, Fabrangen selects several charitable organizations that we recommend for your holiday giving. Bundling your donations through Fabrangen increases our impact on the recipient organizations.
Please remember this year’s recipients:
- National Fund for Abortion Access
- ID Ministry at Foundry United Methodist Church
- Project Hope
- Fabrangen Immigrants and Refugee Committee
Support Fabrangen’s High Holiday Services
Our services are always open to everyone for free, but we encourage you to donate to Fabrangen to support our High Holiday Services. Because of increased security and technology costs, we suggest a donation of $150 per adult.
Fabrangen is a community devoted to Torah, prayer, community service, and social justice activism. We warmly welcome everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, nationality, religious background or affiliation, disability, or age. Our services during the year and for the High Holidays are guided by several principles:
- egalitarian and participatory services that seek to include everyone in the spiritual experience
- creative mix of traditional and innovative worship
- member-led services that engage the congregation