Sign In Forgot Password

Elul Offerings

Elul, the month of preparation for the Yamim Nora'im (Days of Awe) began, Wednesday, August 19th. Traditionally a time for introspection and self-reflection, Elul is marked by special prayers known as Slichot (supplications) and the daily blowing of the shofar. We plan to mark Elul's beginning with in-person tefillah and study gatherings and with a number of offerings in which we hope you will participate.

Please note: All in-person offerings will be accessible via Zoom as well.

Wednesday Morning Tefilah
In-person and via Zoom on each Wednesday in Elul,  September 16th at 9:00 pm, for a soulful shacharit in BAI's backyard or via Zoom
Space is limited. Advance registration and face masks required. 


September 16th Attendance Registration 

Opportunities for Learning and Reflection throughout Elul: 

Teshuva in a time of COVID: Hasidic Teachings for Elul with Rabbi David 
T
hursday Evenings, September 10th at 8:30 pm, two evenings of exploration and self-reflection guided by a series of Hasidic and Kabbalistic teachings focused on Elul, Teshuva, Renewal, and Rebirth. Join via Zoom.  

Slichot, Prayers of Forgiveness 
Saturday, September 12th from 7:30 pm-8:30 pm, Havdalah, song, embodied prayer and words of Torah all tied the themes of teshuva, return.  Led by Hazzan Harold, Rabbi David and Nicole Levin. At the conclusion of this hour, we will change our Torah covers, from blue to the white of the Days of Awe. Join via Zoom.

Then at 8:30 pm be part of a very special  United Synagogue Slichot and evening of study, with multiple learning sessions running deep into the night. More information can be shared here

Shofar Blowing- Covid-19 Style

Sun, September 27 2020 9 Tishrei 5781