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High Holidays 2018/5779

Open to All, No Tickets Needed

We are Welcoming and Participatory


Services are at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton

50 Cherry Hill Rd. (just west of Route 206), Princeton, NJ 08540


​​To maintain our long-standing tradition of having High Holiday services open to the community without requiring tickets, we are asking for a donation of

$150 per adult and $325 per family.


Payments can be mailed before or after the holidays or placed in the box

at the welcome table at services. All donations will be applied toward membership dues should you join later in the year. (Dues cover the cost of attendance

for members and their extended families.)




​Sunday, Sept 9th - 7 p.m. ~ Service

Monday, Sept. 10th

          10 a.m. ~ Service

          11 a.m. - Noon ~ Children's Activity/Service

            1 p.m. ~ Apples, Honey, Challah & Wine, Potluck Lunch

            2 p.m. ~ Walk to Community Park North for Tashlich


​Tuesday, Sept  18th - 7 p.m. ~ Kol Nidre Service with cellist


Wednesday, Sept 19th

          10 a.m. ~ Morning Service

          11 a.m. - Noon ~ Children's Activity/Service

            1:15 p.m. ~ Yizkor                                      

            5:30 - 6:30 p.m. ~  Book of Jonah Reading and Discussion

            6:45 p.m. ~ Mincha and Neilah, Havdallah and Communal Break-the-Fast


Yizkor Booklet for Yom Kippur

If you would like the names of those you hold dear who are no longer with us included in our Yizkor Booklet, please print the following form, fill it in, and mail it to our office (the address is on the form) together with your contribution of $18 per name by September 10. Call our office at (609) 430-0025 with any questions or special requests.


Everyone is invited to our communal potlucks in the new UUCP lobby. Plates, cups and utensils will be provided. Members and guests can bring vegan, dairy or fish dishes of 6 or more servings to share with the community, according to their last names as detailed below. A list of ingredients (or even the recipe) will be appreciated, especially by those who have dietary restrictions or allergies. Even if you are unable to bring a dish, you can feed your appetite, soul and curiosity. There's always room for everyone, and you can meet friends, new people, and speak with Rabbi Marsha

ON ROSH HASHANAH                                         

Last names starting with:                                        

  A-G: Entrée, grains, beans or vegetables

  H-P: Dessert, Beverage

  Q-Z: Salad or Fruit


Last names starting with:

  A-G:  Dessert, Beverage

  H-P:  Salad or Fruit

  Q-Z: Entrée, grains, beans or vegetables

The UUCP collects all food scraps and paper, and recycles glass, cans, and #1 and #2 plastic. Details are posted on all pails and on the kitchen wall.  Just clear your plate and put it in the sink.  It's all easy!   


​Please join our efforts to support two local food pantries. Your generosity will greatly help those who are in need.


On Rosh Hashanah, we’ll collect kosher food for Jewish Family & Children’s Service (  Suggested items:  tuna, salmon, sardines, canned beans, vegetables and fruit, ketchup, mustard, Parmalat milk, soy milk, tea, coffee and healthy snacks that have any of these hekshers:                             

On Yom Kippur, we’ll collect low-salt and low-sugar food for Arm in Arm ( No glass containers. Cans or plastic jars should be 16 oz. or less. Suggested items:  tuna, salmon, chicken, turkey, chili, tomato sauce, peanut butter, jelly, beans, vegetables and fruit, soup, cold cereal, oatmeal and shelf-stable milk. 




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