Shabbat and Torah info:
Join us for Kabbalat Shabbat services on Friday night at 6:15, and for our special Autumn Equinox Selichot services on Saturday night at 8pm! Read more about Selichot services here. Please note: we will not have Shabbat morning services this weekend. So come on Friday night, and come on Saturday night! If you’re a Facebook user, you can RSVP for Selichot here: Through the Door into Fall: Equinox Selichot 5779.
If you’d like to read some commentaries on this week’s parsha, here are a few:
- 2006: Harvest blessings
- 2008: Blessed [Torah poem]
- 2009: Inscription [Torah poem]
- 2013: Practices from Ki Tavo for entering a new phase of life
- 2015: When we reach the place of promise
- 2017: The Stranger in Our Midst: Ki Tavo and Dreamers
- 2018: What we choose to serve
This week’s post at Builders Blog comes from our own Rabbi Rachel and Steve Silbert: Everyone Needs a Break.
And here are commentaries from the URJ:
High Holiday info:
The Days of Awe are on their way! If you’d like to listen to some of the music we’ll be singing and sharing during the High Holidays, click through to Music for the Days of Awe 5780 / 2019. Here’s more on this year’s theme: Come, Come, Whoever You Are.
Now that it’s Elul (the month leading up to Rosh Hashanah), we’ll begin adding Psalm 27 to our Shabbat davenen. Our congregational melodies for Psalm 27 include Israel Katz’s “Achat Sha’alti,” Nava Tehila’s “Lach Amar Libi,” and R’ David Markus’ “Lulei He’emanti.”
We hope to see you soon at CBI!