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"Imperfect people make perfect communities." (Lubavitcher Rebbe)
EXPERIENCE A MOST VIBRANT, SOULFUL, AND PARTICIPATORY ROSH HASHANAH & YOM KIPPUR
Join OHEL and the Institute for Jewish Knowledge and Learning (IJKL) in celebrating the High Holy Days. The IJKL and OHEL communities are spiritually-minded and draw from all Jewish denominations. We welcome seekers of all ages, the LGBTQ+ communities and people of all backgrounds.
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"OPEN YOUR INNER GATES"
Rabbi David Paskin
JOYOUS CELEBRATION AND SINGING
POWERFUL AND MEANINGFUL
LIFE-AFFIRMING AND SOUL STRENGTHENING
This year we will be celebrating at the beautiful Sheraton Suites Fort Lauderdale at Cypress Creek.
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Our greatest blessing is to welcome you in.
Reservations are required for our High Holy Day services. To help cover our costs and support our organizations we ask that you to make a donation of $72/person.
Separate reservations are required for our break-the-fast at $36/adult; $18/child; children under 5 come free.
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555 NW 62nd Street,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Monday, September 10 . 10:00AM-1:00PM
Tuesday, September 11 . 10:00AM-1:00PM
Tuesday, September 18
Kol Nidrei 6:30PM-9:30PM
Wednesday, September 19
Services/Yizkor . 10:00AM-1:15PM
Mincha/Neilah . 5:30PM-8:10PM
Break the Fast . 8:10PM-9:30PM
Camp Hi-Ho is the perfect place for pre-Bar/Bat Mitzvah kids to connect with each other, enjoy the world God created and celebrate the Jewish New Year.
Camp Hi-Ho meets from 10:30am-12:00pm both days of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur morning. Staffed by young, skilled and passionate teen leaders, Camp Hi-Ho offers games and activities to engage every child.
In THE TENT we don't have High Holy Day tickets. We don't believe in pay to pray. Instead we offer meaningful, song-filled and reflective High Holy Day experiences open to the entire community.
Prayer is hard, especially on days like Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur when long services are coupled with weighty and sometimes troubling theologies and philosophies. To address these challenges we strive to make our services, joyful, accessible and meaningful.
Our services then celebrate the rich traditions that have grown since the inception of the holidays while honoring where we are as passionate, progressive and pluralistic Jews.
We try and make all of our services "family-friendly." Children of all ages are not only invited but encouraged to come.
To help cover our costs we encourage each person to make a donation of $72.