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High Holy Day Registration 2020 / 5781



Congregation Or Ami welcomes the entire community to our inclusive High Holy Day services. 
We look forward to celebrating the new Jewish year 5781 together.


 
The following services only will also be live on Zoom:

Family Services
Visit with Clergy
Neila
 
Zoom links for these select services will be made available at orami.org/hhd
after 12:00 pm on Saturday, September 19.

 
 
How to Participate:
Tickets are not required for our virtual services, but we encourage you to register below to receive up-to-date announcements.

Or Ami uses the machzor (prayerbook) Sha'arei Or: Gates of Light for our Adult High Holy Day Services. There will be no visual t'filah (captions) displayed during our virtual services. If you don't already have a prayerbook, an electronic copy will be available at orami.org/HHD.

This form is for Non-Members, Former Members, and Extended Family of Members. Or Ami Partners do not need to register in advance and will be sent up-to-date announcements automatically. 
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
 

SERVICES
Click here to view our High Holy Day
schedule of services & activities!
 

PRAYERBOOKS

Or Ami uses the machzor (prayerbook) Sha'arei Or: Gates of Light for our Adult High Holy Day Services. There will be no visual t'filah during our virtual services, but an electronic copy of the prayerbook will be available at orami.org/HHD prior to services.
 

YIZKOR

As part of our Yizkor (memorial) service on Yom Kippur morning, we recall the stories of our departed loved ones. It is our custom to write these memories on scrolls to be placed in the sacred Ark with the Sifrei Torah, and to be gathered into a Yizkor 5781 book, which will be kept by the synagogue as a loving memorial. 

If you would like to submit a Yizkor scroll this year, please fill out our online form by Tuesday, September 22nd

 

Looking for more info or need assistance? Visit orami.org to stay up-to-date on Or Ami news. If you have any questions about our High Holy Day services, please contact the temple office at office@orami.org or 818-880-4880.
Mon, January 25 2021 12 Sh'vat 5781