Shana Tovah! At this time last year, who could have imagined High Holy Days online?! We love being together in person. Team Adath has been returning to this question again and again: With so much stress in the day to day, how can we make this season easier and more relaxing for families? We hope our HHD portal captures the many, many ways you might get into the spirit of the season: find moments of prayer as a family, join live for stories and song with the clergy, come hear the shofar (if you signed up), and more. Most important, create an experience that is flexible for YOU. There's no one right way. But there are many ways we're here for you.
We will miss seeing all of our kids and families in person this year, yet like the Adath bees, we've been busy. We're excited to offer you these opportunities for a fun and meaningful holiday at home.
Apples & Honey with the Rabbi! Limited High Holy Day Edition!
Put on your jammies, get cozy and join Rabbi Weininger for four Thursdays as he reads a bedtime story related to each upcoming holiday. Feel free to snack on apples and honey or anything else to bring in a sweet 5781!

Rosh Hashanah
Thursday, September 17, 7 pm
Yom Kippur
Thursday, September 24, 7 pm
Sukkot
Thursday, October 1, 7 pm
Simchat Torah
Thursday, October 8, 7 pm

Meeting ID: 939 8324 8809
Your whole family will enjoy joining Rabbi Weininger and Hazzan Dulkin on Zoom for engaging High Holy Days reflections and activities.

Please bring two different colored apple pieces and some honey on Rosh Hashanah for a yummy taste test!

Rosh Hashanah
Saturday, September 19, 2:30 pm
Yom Kippur
Monday, September 28, 3 pm

Meeting ID: 927 2587 5864
DIY Tashlich
Interested in taking a family walk to a lake or stream to symbolically cast away sins and start a fresh new year?

All aboard the Rosh Hashana Express! Rabbi Weininger and Hazzan Dulkin take us on a storied adventure to kindness.

Last year, Adath provided over 5000 pounds of food to STEP. That was good, but we can do even better with your help! This year our goal is to provide 6500 pounds! 

Please drop off bags of food to Adath on Monday, September 21, 6:30-7:30 pm, Wednesday, September 23, 6:30-7:30 pm or Sunday, September 27, 12-1:30 pm.
As part of Adath's Keruv Committee, in response to George Floyd's murder, this summer Adath formed the Anti-Racism committee to address ways in which our members have felt marginalized.

Check here to learn more about the committee and discover resources for you and your family.
Watch this video from expert knish-maker and former Adath president, Raleigh Kaminsky and learn the secrets. Raleigh makes it look easy!

When we are all back together, we'll count on you to bring the knishes:-)
B'Yachad begins on October 25 on Zoom. B'Yachad is together. We offer a dynamic setting for K-1 learners throughout the Twin Cities area to come together to find joy in all things Jewish. Learn moreRegister today!
Keep an eye out -- there's more to come very soon!
Questions? Want to get involved and do it on your family's schedule?
Contact Jenifer Robins at jeniferr@adath.net or 952.212.6128.