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ASL Led, ASL Interpreted, & Captioned High Holy Day Services (2022/5783)

Sunday, September 11, 2022 | 15 Elul 5782

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L'SHANA TOVAH


As we begin this time of reflection and introspection, the JDRC is compiling a list of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services led by ASL speakers with voice interpretation, ASL interpretation, and/or captioning. If you have questions or need more information about these services, contact the synagogue or organization hosting the service directly.


If your congregation or organization would like to list its Deaf and hard of hearing friendly services in the next issue or on JDRC's social media channel, please email us:


  • the name of the service,
  • date/time,
  • weblink to a complete description of the event,
  • the type of accessibility service that will be available,
  • ticket fee, and
  • the point of contact for additional information.


The Jewish Deaf Resource Center staff and Board of Directors wish you and your loved ones a happy, healthy new year as well as a meaningful time of reflection and introspection.


L'Shana Tovah Tikatevu

Naomi Brunnlehrman, co-founder/ part-time Executive Director

Susan F. Cohen, President

Steve Weiner, Vice President

Steve Lovi, Secretary

Rabbi Rebecca Dubowe

Lorraine Gold-Appel

Marcie Stern


HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES BY REGION

CALIFORNIA

All in person services are in sign language and voice

Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf

(NON-DENOMINATIONAL)

2022/5783 High Holy Day Services


Airtel Plaza Hotel

7277 Valjean Ave

Van Nuys, California

Neilah & Havdalah

4:30 PM PST

Breakfast to follow



Members, students and senior citizens: no charge

ROSH HASHANAH


Morning Service

Monday, September 26,

10:00 AM PST


YOM KIPPUR

Wednesday, October 5

Morning: 10:00 AM PST

Afternoon: 3:00 PM PST


Yizkor Memorial Service

4:00 PM PST

Non-members: $ 50.00


Parking: no charge



Send ticket payment to: 

TBS

P.O. Box 33396

Granada Hills, CA 91394


For more information, email tbsdeaf@gmail.com

FLORIDA

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FLORIDA SOCIETY OF JEWISH DEAF, INC

(NON-DENOMINATIONAL)

ASL Led, In Person


HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

Westchester Country Club

12250 Westchester Club Drive

Boynton Beach, FL 33437


FIRST DAY OF ROSH HASHANAH & LUNCHEON

Monday, September 26

Service: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM EST

Luncheon: 12:00 noon – 2:00 PM EST

Members: $ 40.00 Non-members $ 45.00

To register, go to: https://www.fsjdeaf.org/event-4594361


YOM KIPPUR SERVICE & BREAK THE FAST

Wednesday, October 5

Service: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM EST

Break the Fast: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST

Members: $ 35.00 Non-members: $ 40.00

To register, go to: https://www.fsjdeaf.org/event-4594370


Services Only: $10.00

Please pay via Zelle at Floridasjd@gmail.com or send a check or money order payable to FSJD to:


Wendy Bachman

409 SW Magnolia Cove

Port St. Lucie, Florida 34986


No cash accepted

MASSACHUSSETTS

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KEREM SHALOM 

(NON-DENOMINATIONAL)

CONCORD, MASSACHUSSETTS

Virtual, online captioning, some ASL (as indicated)


ROSH HASHANAH


Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 25

7:00 PM – Community Service, in-person and online, with live captioning

(Please note: Rabbi Darby will deliver his main sermon at this service.)


Rosh Hashanah

Monday, September 26

8:30 AM – Early Childhood Family Service, in-person, with ASL, and online


10:00 AM – Community Service, in-person and online, with live captioning


Rosh Hashanah Day 2

Tuesday, September 27, 10:00 AM – Community Service led by David Orlinoff, in-person and online, with Zoom captioning



YOM KIPPUR


Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre)


Tuesday, Oct 4, 7:00 PM – Community Service, in-person and online, with live captioning (Please note Rabbi Darby will deliver his main Yom Kippur sermon at this service.)


Yom Kippur 


Wednesday, Oct 5

8:30 AM – Early Childhood Family Service, in-person, with ASL, and online


10:00 AM – Community Service, in-person and online, with live captioning


12:00 PM – Yizkor (Memorial Service), in-person and online, with live captioning


4:30 PM – Mincha (Afternoon Service), in-person and onlinewith live captioning


5:30 PM– Neilah (Closing Service), in-person and onlinewith live captioning


6:30 PM – Havdalah, in-person and onlinewith live captioning


For more information, visit Kerem Shalom's webpage.

NEW YORK

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THE SHUL OF NEW YORK

(NON-DENOMINATIONAL)

Virtual/Livestreamed, ASL interpretation available for all services


Note: Attending the Zoom High Holiday Services does not require a ticket, but you need to register.  You may make the recommended per person donation amount on the form. The Shul depends on your kindness and generosity to survive.

ROSH HASHANAH


Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 25, 7:00 PM EST


Rosh Hashanah

Monday, September 26, 10:00 AM EST

YOM KIPPUR


Kol Nidre

Tuesday, October 4, 7:00 PM EST



Yom Kippur Morning Service

Wednesday, October 5, 10:00 AM EST

For more information, visit this webpage.


For questions, email board@theshulofnewyork.org or call 929-265-SHUL 

(929-265-7485).

TEMPLE SINAI (REFORM)

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK

ASL interpretation, captioning available


Temple Sinai (Rochester, New York) is now offering ASL interpreted Shabbat services twice a month (first and third Fridays of the month) live and on Zoom through next year. The link to services can be found on the Temple Sinai website.


In addition, the following High Holy Day services will be ASL interpreted: 

ROSH HASHANAH


Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 25, 8:00 PM EST


Rosh Hashanah Day One (Traditional service)

Monday, September 26, 10:00 AM EST

YOM KIPPUR


Kol Nidre

Tuesday, October 4, 8:00 PM EST


Yom Kippur Morning Service (Traditional service)

Wednesday, October 5, 10:00 AM EST

If you or anyone has questions about accessing the services, please contact Temple Sinai's office by email or phone (585-381-6890).

TOWN & VILLAGE SYNAGOGUE (CONSERVATIVE)

NEW YORK

ASL Interpreted


ROSH HASHANAH


First Day Rosh Hashanah (ASL Interpreted)

Talk About Tashlich

Monday, September 26, 4:30 PM EDT



Followed by an Outdoor Shofar Blowing

Playground # 3 of NYC's Stuyvesant Town (610 East 20th Street, near Avenue C, in Manhattan (https://www.stuytown.com/about-us/map)

Afterwards, walk a short distance to the East River for an actual Tashlich Service.

At current time, there is no formal plan yet to livestream this portion of the holiday.


For more information on this service, visit this webpage: https://www.tandv.org/event/ASLatTandVSep2622


Second Day Rosh Hashanah (ASL Interpreted and visible on Zoom)

Tuesday, September 27, 9:30 AM EDT


For more information on this service, visit https://www.tandv.org/event/ASLatTandVSep2722


Questions? Contact: Bram Weiser, bramweiser@usa.net, 212-677-0368 voice

WASHINGTON, DC, METRO AREA

ADAS ISRAEL (CONSERVATIVE)

WASHINGTON, DC


Virtual, ASL interpretation, captioned

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ROSH HASHANAH


Erev Rosh Hashanah

Community Sunset Service

September 25

6:45 - 7:45 PM EST


YOM KIPPUR


Kol Nidre 

Outdoor Service

October 4

7:30 - 10:00 PM EST


Musaf & Martyrology

October 5

1:30 - 3:15 PM EST



Afternoon Discussion with

Jose Andres 

October 5

3:45 - 4:45 PM EST


N’eelah

October 5 

6:00 - 7:25 PM EST



For information on accessibility services, visit this pageEmail accessibility service requests at inclusion@adasisrael.org.

All of Adas Israel's services will be livestreamed and can be accessed at this link: https://www.adasisrael.org/highholydays. All of the live streamed services will be captioned.  For questions, contact Courtney Tisch, at Courtney.Tisch@adasisrael.org

WASHINGTON SOCIETY OF JEWISH DEAF

(NON-DENOMINATIONAL)

DC, Maryland, Virginia

Virtual, ASL led, voice interpretation, live captioning

For more information, email WSJD at wsjd01@gmail.com.

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