Central Reform Yom Kippur Morning Service

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Central Reform Yom Kippur Morning Service

CRC Yom Kippur Morning Service

When and where

Date and time

Location

Central Reform Congregation 5020 Waterman Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63108

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About this event

Schedule:

10:00 am Yom Kippur Morning Service

Breakout Sessions:

  • 1:00 pm Shima Rostami of Gateway Human Trafficking
  • 2:00 pm JD Mass,PsyD, author of Race for What?: A White Man's Journey & Guide to Healing Racism from Within
  • 2:45 pm Guided watercolor exercise led by Rabbi Karen Bogard
  • 3:00 pm High Holiday Text Study led by CRC member Rabbi Dale Schreiber
  • 3:00 pm Spiritual Movement Workshop led by CRC member Sarah Ann Patz
  • 3:15 pm Voting Rights Chavurah Breakout

3:30 pm Children's Service (Please register here if you plan to attend CRCYomKippurKids.eventbrite.com)

4:30 pm Yizkor and Neila Services (Please register here if you plan to attend CRCYizkorNeila.eventbrite.com)

Special performance by violinist Hava Polinsky

In -Person Services

Yom Kippur morning services will take place in-person inside CRC’s Building.

  • With the retractable wall open and seats in the multi-purpose room, CRC has a capacity for 500 people.
  • We will also have a large screen in the Oneg room for people to watch the live service with others.

All of our our High Holiday services and most additional offerings are available to watch from the comfort and safety of your home at www.centralreform.org/#livestream.

Registration is not necessary if you plan to stream from home.

For a full schedule of High Holiday events, please visit www.centralreform.org/holidays/

Registration

We will remain true to our CRC value to be open to the whole community without "tickets," including to people who are unaffiliated with a congregation.

Registration will not act as a reservation or guarantee a seat in CRC's sanctuary but will be extremely helpful to us in anticipating the number of people who plan to attend in person, allow us to make plans, and take security measures to safely accommodate all who want to join.

If you need assistance in registering for a service, please contact the front desk at 314-361-3919.

Vaccination and Masking Requirements

  • Vaccination is requested for attendance at all events.
  • We will not check vaccination status upon entry to the building.
  • Well fitting masks worn over the nose and mouth are required for all individuals in attendance for the duration of the service, including children over two years of age.

Parking

Parking will be off-site in nearby lots with shuttle service to and from CRC. Valet parking will also be available for those with mobility challenges. See all parking details here: https://www.centralreform.org/hhd-5783/#parking

Seating Policy

We urge members to arrive early to assure satisfactory seating. Although the saving of seats is discouraged, members may save up to four seats until 15 minutes before the scheduled start of services.

Childcare

We will offer child care for children of member households during the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur morning services. Care will be provided by trained caregivers from TLC for Kids, Inc. and requires a separate registration by September 14 at crchihochildcare.eventbrite.com.

To ensure that we have enough child care providers, WE CANNOT PROVIDE DROP-IN CARE for children for whom no reservations were made.

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