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This year the Yamim Nora'im/High Holidays present special challenges and opportunities. We are providing a wide range of inspirational classes to help you prepare spiritually for the High Holidays. Click here to visit our Classes Page, with several offerings specific to the High Holidays. We wish you a Ksiva V'chasima Tova and look forward to providing you with a meaningful season of spiritual growth!

Preparation/Education
On Sunday, September 13, we presented an all day program called "12 Hours of Teshuva" featuring dynamic and inspirational speakers from around the world as well as locally. The program was viewed by over 3,000 famiies! Click here to listen to recordings from our lineup of world-renowned speakers.

Our Chazzan Yonasan Gavant has recorded a selection of Yamim Nora'im tunes available for digital listening here (contact the Shul office if you would like a CD).

Davening/Services

  • Rosh Hashana davening registration is closed, please email Rabbi Dov Foxbrunner with any questions.
  • To sign up for the High Holiday Experience Learner's Service, click here.
  • Shofar will be blown throughout the neighborhood at set locations, coordinated by several local Shuls. A full list will be put out before Rosh Hashanah. 
  • Yom Kippur sign-up will be available after Rosh Hashana.
  • Selichos will begin Motzei Shabbos, September 12 at 12:15am, and will be preceded by a special VBJ Selichos Inspiration talk by Rabbi Ilan D. Feldman at midnight. 

Fundraising
This year we will be running a central Yamim Nora'im Covid Relief Campaign. Click here to participate.

Lulav / Esrog
Lulav & Esrog sets may be purchased via the Atlanta Scholars Kollel.

Other High Holiday Links

Virtual Town Hall Recording - click to hear the recording

Letter from Rabbi Ilan. D. Feldman to Prepare for the Yamim Nora'im/High Holidays 

Frequently asked questions document 

YAMIM NORAIM 5781 SCHEDULE
Selichos: Motzei Shabbos, September 12, 2020 
Rosh Hashanah: Friday night– Sunday, September 18 - 20, 2020
Kol Nidrei: Sunday, September 27, 2020 
Yom Kippur: Monday, September 28, 2020
Succos Begins: Friday night October 2, 2020

Thu, December 3 2020 17 Kislev 5781