High Holy Days 2022 | 5783

High Holy Day Schedule 
At the WJC, not only is our spiritual foundation a source of strength and holiness for us in this year of transition, but we are also reminded that wherever we are, that space has the capacity to house holiness. Therefore, we offer multiple ways to access our High Holy Days.

Intergenerational High Holy Day Service

Sunday October 2, 10:30–11:30am ET in person; 10:30–11am ET online
This lively interactive service in the tent will be filled with music, stories, shofar blowing, and the joyful spirit of young children! This service is geared for children ages 0 to 8 and their friends and family but all ages are welcome!

Challah Baking Workshop

Sunday, October 2, 1pm ET
Diane Colello will once again lead this hands-on class which you leave with 2 loaves of ready to bake challah and the skills to make more. People of all ages can happily participate, kneading and schmoozing and having a good time.

Register for Family School!

Registration is now open!
Family School registration is now open for the 2022-2023 academic year and we hope you will be joining us this year!

A Jewish Book Club! with Rabbi Ellen Triebwasser

Tuesdays, 1-2:15pm ET
On August 30, we will begin reading This Is Real and You Are Completely Unprepared: The Days of Awe as a Journey of Transformation, by Alan Lew.


Sunday October 23, 4:00–5:30 pm ET
Please come and enjoy the uplifting and heartfelt music of the local singing group Bloom with musical director Debbie Lan. This is an outdoor concert. Feel free to bring lawn chairs rain or shine.

Breathing, Awareness and Joy

Weekly, Tuesdays at 7pm, except for the second Tuesday of each month
The workshop includes Carol's unique experiential exercises, the performance of short monologues and scenes, and processes designed to be fun, expansive and instructive about the art of acting...and living.

Witnessing for One Another with Rev. Blaze Ardman

Mondays, 1–2pm ET
Join us for this hour when people can come together to speak their stories, stories from their lives, past or current, to be witnessed and heard. NO MEETING MONDAY, JULY 4.

“A Shtickle Toyrah” (A Bit of Torah)

Mondays at 9–9:15am ET
Start the week off with a taste of the weekly Torah portion.