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Learners Service 

Yom Kippur | September  19, 10:15 - 11:00 AM

Join us for an introductory program designed to make the prayers personally relevant and inspirational. 
The interactive program will incorporate an overview of the significance of the day, prayers, songs
and selected readings. 

If you are unfamiliar with the High Holiday service, or would just like some additional inspiration 
on these Holiest of Days, join us for our LEARNERS SERVICE led by Rabbi Avi Bukiet.

   

YOM KIPPUR FAMILY SERVICE 

The interactive family service is an educational, family oriented program for  families. There will be two separate family services, one for the younger children, and another for the older children.

11:00am-12:00pm at Center for Jewish Life -129 Lake Street, Arlington, MA 

A first prayer experience with Rabbi Avi. The prayers will be conducted in both Hebrew and English, with simultaneous insights and explanations into the practices, prayers, and rituals. Easy to follow Machzor with transliteration will be used during the service. 

Singing and Storytelling. Alex Cores, renowned storyteller, will share with us a Yom Kippur story, and teach us some new songs and Yom Kippur prayers.

Lunch-  A healthy Lunch and snacks will be served to the children and teens who are not fasting. 

* Games - The children will be engaged with Yom Kippur games to help reiterate important Yom Kippur themes in an interactive and exciting way.

After the prayer experience the family service will be divided into two groups. The older children will go with Rabbi Avi to continue learning about Yom Kippur, listen to some stories, play games and eat lunch.

The younger children will remain in the room and continue the family service with Alex and Luna with stories, song and lunch.   

The Yom Kippur family service is a meaningful one hour structured service that will engage your children; leaving them motivated and inspired.


This service is free for children of all ages. We ask that you RSVP at luna@jewishab.com so that we can ensure enough space and adequately prepare.

For more information and to see the complete schedule of services 
please call 617-909-8653

  Center for Jewish Life Arlington-Belmont 

129 Lake street, Arlington

 *Parking for our events is available parallel to Center for Jewish Life, on Homestead Road and Mary street. Additional parking is available right off the bike path on Lake street. In addition, Lake street parking is always open.