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String of Pearls
Princeton Reconstructionist Synagogue
Founded in 1992

Founded in 1992

Join Us for the High Holidays

 

Here is the schedule for our High Holiday services and a message from our Rabbi, Maurice Harris. All are welcome to our services on Zoom as well as to in-person Tashlich and Yom Kippur afternoon discussions at Turning Basin Park in Princeton.

 

In order to get the Zoom link for our services, please click below to register:

ROSH HASHANAH 5783

Sunday, September 25, 2022

7 pm Service

Monday, September 26, 2022

10 am Service

1:30 Bring-your-own picnic and schmooze at Turning Basin Park

2:30 pm Tashlich, apples, honey, and challah at Turning Basin Park

YOM KIPPUR 5783

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

7 pm Kol Nidre Service

Wednesday, October 5, 2022

10 am Service

12:30 pm Yizkor

2:00 - 3:00 pm & 3:15 - 4:15 pm In person group discussions at Turning Basin Park

5:00 pm Book of Jonah reading and discussion

6:00 pm Mincha and Neilah

7:00 pm Havdallah

We enter into a new Jewish year with the twin goals of looking back and “hoping” forward. We look back on the year that is ending and we take stock of our own efforts to be better human beings. We take a moral inventory, we reach out to loved ones and seek to repair harms we may have caused, and we reflect on how we handled the big and small challenges that came our way. We also look forward – or “hope” forward – imagining how we can learn from mistakes, how we can recommit to our best ideals, and how we can support each other in a spirit of shared responsibility and shared fate. Whether you’ve been part of the String of Pearls community for years or are just joining us for the first time, you’re warmly welcome. Whether you’re Jewish, Jew-ish, or a person of a different faith tradition who is part of the Jewish community, you’re welcome to be with us in what will be a predominantly online experience, with a few opportunities to gather outdoors in-person for those so inclined. May the coming year bring blessings of justice, peace, meaning and hope.

 

-Rabbi Maurice Harris

                     

 

There's a wealth of information at

www.reconstructingjudaism.org

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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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