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Please visit each congregation’s website for more information about virtual and outdoor gatherings for the holidays.
Ann Arbor Orthodox Minyan
The Ann Arbor Orthodox Minyan is an intimate and vibrant orthodox congregation. Our membership is multigenerational, including families with babies and school-aged children, young couples just starting out, empty-nesters, and retirees. The diversity of our community is reflected in our programming, which provides frequent opportunities for our members to learn Torah, celebrate, socialize, and connect with Judaism in ways they find meaningful.
Outdoor, socially distant holiday services.
Ann Arbor Reconstructionist Congregation
AARC members actively explore and debate Jewish beliefs and practices, balancing a respect for traditional Jewish teachings with the responsibility to interpret them in the light of our contemporary values. We are affiliated with Jewish Reconstructionist Communities.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Children’s Services and Activities
9/19 Workshop: The Story of Sarah and Hagar in Art, Poetry, and Our Own Reflections
9/19 Workshop: Birth/Fertility and Its Opposite: Personal Reflections
9/24 Workshop: Cultivating Self-Forgiveness: A Practice for the Days of Awe
9/27 Workshop: Jonah (and the Whale): A Teshuva Journey through Art and Midrash
9/28 Community Yizkor- A non-traditional service offering mourners the opportunity to share some words about the person they lost.
Beth Israel Congregation
Beth Israel is an active, egalitarian, community-minded congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. We are passionate about life-long learning, tikkun olam (healing the world), sharing our heritage with the next generation, and innovative activities of all kinds.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Children’s Programs
Yom Kippur Teen Session with Mira & Rav Nadav
Chabad House of Ann Arbor
Congregation Chabad is a family-oriented synagogue consisting of members of many diverse backgrounds, including students and community members. Services are conducted year-round in conformance with traditional Jewish law and practice. Prayer books are also available in English and Russian.
Holiday dinners available for University of Michigan students.
Jewish Cultural Society
A Humanistic Jewish congregation provides group identity, adult education, youth education, a setting for public celebrations of holidays and life-cycle ceremonies, and a community voice for the Humanistic Jewish point of view.
9/19 Tashlich at Island Park
9/28 Break-the-Fast Virtual Potluck
Pardes Hannah is the Jewish Renewal Community of Ann Arbor in affiliation with ALEPH: The Alliance for Jewish Renewal. In the tradition of Jewish Renewal communities, Pardes Hannah is committed to strengthening the three pillars of Jewish life- prayer, study, and action.
9/28 Unetaneh Tokef & Meditative Avodah service
Temple Beth Emeth
We are a Reform congregation and member of the Union for Reform Judaism. Our deeply held beliefs and principles guide the actions and behaviors of the congregation. TBE’s congregational family is founded on the values of warmth, togetherness, openness, belonging, caring, and the sharing of Jewish living.
9/19 Workshop: “Traveling Through the Days of Awe: Using forgiveness as the Vehicle”
9/28 Yom Kippur Study Session with Chuck Warpehoski
9/28 The Generations After Group led by children of Holocaust Survivors
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Services streaming from around the country, at-home activities for families, and engaging readings for meaningful reflection.
The Jewish Emergent Network presents Al Chet — For the Sin of…
We know this Yom Kippur feels different from all others, and that you will be doing the holy work of the day from your own home and at your own pace. Yom Kippur afternoon, come experience diverse, a la carte content curated and created by the seven Jewish Emergent Network communities. Engage with the powerful themes of the Al Chet and explore the idea of sins against each other, our earth, our bodies, and our communities. Or come to question if the idea of sin is even relevant. From racial justice sessions to movement, from text studies to music, and from high-profile guest speakers to breath work, make your Yom Kippur afternoon unique.
A variety of online service options, including Rosh Hashanah Eve services with Kveller and musician Alicia Jo Rabins.
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Resources and activities aimed at helping kids get to know the Jewish holidays.
Essays and study guides for reflection