Today is September 19, 2021 /

High Holidays

We look forward to welcoming you to our High Holiday Services. No tickets required at Kol Ha’Emek, the UVJC. L’Shana Tova!

We shoulder substantial expense to provide High Holiday services, and to sustain Jewish life in the Upper Valley throughout the year. Thank you for your support and we wish you a very healthy and sweet New Year. 



UVJC & Hillel Shared High Holiday Service Schedule, 5782 / 2021

All Services Via Zoom Unless Otherwise Noted

L’Shanah Tova! The UVJC is making every effort to work with the schedule below. Please remember we are reliant on technology for this year’s High Holiday services. Please be patient and know that technology can have its bumps.

Zoom Webinar Managed by Gracie Callaghan

You can email Chris at office@uvjc.org or call 603-646-0460 with any questions.

Guide to Yom Kippur Services

(Only those leading prayers will be allowed into the Roth Center)
For prayer book information please click here.

All services led by Rabbi Mark Melamut unless otherwise noted.

Please note: The Zoom links for each service are unique. You must click on the link for each specific service except for Thursday afternoon. The links for the Thursday afternoon services beginning at 4 pm are the same. You will not need to login again for each service. 

Kol Nidre Service

Wednesday, Sept. 15
(Only those leading prayers will be allowed into the Roth Center)
Zoom link for Instrumental & Service
Instrumental prelude to Kol Nidre at 6:45 pm
(Performed by Miriam & Simon Herron on cello & piano)
The service begins with candle lighting at 7 pm

Yom Kippur Service
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 9 am
(Only those leading prayers will be allowed into the Roth Center)
Join us via Zoom

Tot Service
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 9:30 am
Led by Talia Manning
In the back yard of the Roth Center
In case of rain, please use this Zoom link.

Family Service
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 10 am
IN PERSON
Led by Melissa Herman and Pam Hausler
Outdoors at Storrs Pond Recreation Area, Byrne Pavilion.
There will be no online option for the Yom Kippur Family service this year.

Study Session
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 3 pm
Given a World of Global Crises: How would you propose
to help repair the world?
Led by Hayley DeLugach
Presentation & Discussion
Join us via Zoom

Yizkor Service
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 4 pm
(Only those leading prayers will be allowed into the Roth Center)
Join us via Zoom

Mincha Service
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 5 pm
(Only those leading prayers will be allowed into the Roth Center)
Join us via Zoom

N’eilah & Havdalah Service
Thursday, Sept. 16 at 6 pm
(Only those leading prayers will be allowed into the Roth Center)
Join us via Zoom

Breaking the Fast
(Fast ends @ 7:30 pm)
It’s up to you.
Enjoy and be well!!

Through September at the Roth Center
Days of Awe Pilgrimage for all congregants: Take the guided pilgrimage on the grounds of the Roth Center. Ten signs invite exploration and allow for deep connection to self, earth, and ancestral wisdom, as well as a safe and meaningful holiday experience immersed in the natural world, away from screens. Each sign contains a short contemplative reading and a question to help you reflect on teshuva and tikkun olam. As a bonus, there is a hidden honey treasure for each participant at the last station.

Sukkot

Tuesday, September 21 

10 am Sukkot Day 1 Service, Zoom Link

Wednesday, September 22 

10 am Sukkot Day 2 Service, Zoom Link

Sunday, September 26

10 am Schmooze, Schmer and Shake in the Sukkah

Tuesday, September 28 

10 am Shemini Atzeret Service, Zoom Link

Wednesday, September 29

10 am Simchat Torah Service, Zoom Link