Welcoming All for High Holidays 2021
Selichot: August 28
Rosh Hashanah: September 6 & 7
Yom Kippur: September 15 & 16
Once again, we are pleased to welcome old friends and new to services for High Holidays led by Rabbi Maurice Harris, and to services and study sessions throughout the year, as well as our women's book group.
One of String of Pearls’ founding principles is to be as inclusive as possible. Because of our love for all those in our community and our concerns for everyone's health, we have decided to celebrate the High Holiday season with three outdoor, in-person events at the Turning Basin Park pavilion off Alexander Road in Princeton, as well as with five remote services.
We will begin with an in-person Selichot event at Turning Basin Park at 5:15 on Saturday, August 28. For a complete schedule of our High Holiday Services in September,
Pre-registration is required to receive a secure link to all five of our High Holiday services; the link will be available after September 1st.
When you register, you can provide the names of those you want to remember when we say Kaddish at the end of each service. The High Holidays and Yizkor Book Donation Form has more information about names for the Yizkor service and can be used to register for the High Holidays by mail.
To register online for the High Holidays, add names for the Yizkor service, pay membership dues, or donate to String of Pearls, click the button below :
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String of Pearls is a Jewish community with services and events in Princeton, NJ. We are diverse and inclusive, and welcome all who are willing to commit to the integration of community, worship, study, acts of loving kindness (gemilut hasadim), and repair of the world (tikkun olam).
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