A Secular Humanist Observance of the High Holidays (5774-2013)
Rosh Hashanah Welcome the New Year!
Thursday, September 5, 3:45 PM
Sounding of the Shofar, music, readings, meditation, followed by coffee hour.
Erev Yom Kippur, Friday, September 13, 7:15 PM
Kol Nidre, readings, music. Join together to remember and reflect.
Yom Kippur, Saturday, September 14, 2:00 PM
Kol Nidre, Yizkor, Kaddish, reflection, music.
No RSVP or reservations required. Suggested contribution $36 per program, to benefit Jewish Children’s Folkshul. Families welcome. Exciting new supervised children's programming during daytime observance, for kids 3rd grade and under. Innovative, meaningful and age appropriate, will include a craft, music, snack, and outdoor play, weather permitting. Parents can enjoy their High Holiday observance knowing their children are safe and enjoying their own High Holiday experience. At Germantown Friends Meeting House, 47 W. Coulter St., Phila. (Germantown) PA 19144; Free Parking
Presented by the Kehilla for Secular Jews: Jewish Children’s Folkshul & Adult Community;
Shir Shalom; Sholom Aleichem Club; Philadelphia Secular Jewish Organization; South Jersey Secular Jews; and Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring of Philadelphia