Join Hinenu for the High Holy Days--the turning of the year, turning our attention to our relationships, and turning to face one another.
This year as we welcome in the new year, we'll explore the theme of makom. The Hebrew word for place, as well as a name for God, asks us to engage with the land we live on, and how we understand it as sacred. What makes a group of people a community--and what transforms a physical place into a makom? This season as we mark returning again to the same place, in the same time, another year older, we notice what has grown, what has stayed steady, what needs re-invigoration.
Expect music, poetry, interwoven through a service using Kol HaNeshamah High Holy Day prayerbook.
All services are open to absolutely everyone and accessible by a ramp.
We invite you to make a contribution to help pay for significant the costs of this season, to cover rental, staff, supplies, and food costs as you are able. Equally divided, the cost per adult for services is $75. The cost per child is $35. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please register below so we know to expect you!
All services unless otherwise indicated will be at Homewood Friends, 3107 N Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21218.
To help us best accomodate any accessibility needs, please register by Sunday September 1.
With questions about accessibility, registration, or anything at all, please contact email@example.com.
Childcare and youth programing will be provided throughout the High Holy days, noted at services marked with an asterisk*.
Childcare will be offered for children under 5, we ask that they are already potty trained. Youth programming will be offered for children ages 5-13.
Young people are welcome to be in services any time (cooing, fussing, crying, reading comics welcome from adults and children alike!)
Meals + Home Hospitality
Hinenu will host a dessert potluck following erev Rosh HaShanah services on September 29. Bring a sweet treat to share!
Rosh HaShanah meals, sign up here to host or be hosted over the holiday by September 15.
Join Hinenu for a pre-holiday catered meal on October 8 before Yom Kippur. Pre-registration required by October 1.
For Yom Kippur break fast meals, sign up here to host or be hosted by September 15.
If you are coming in from out of town and are in need of home hospitality, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your volunteering is so needed and appreciated to make our 5780 holiday a success. Please indicate if you are willing to help and how when prompted at registration.
September 21 at 9pm
Contemporary songs with traditional liturgy.
Erev Rosh HaShanah
September 29 at 6:15pm*
Potluck dessert to follow at 8pm
Rosh HaShanah Morning
September 30 at 9:30am*
September 30 at 4pm
Tuesday, October 8 at 6:00pm*
Wednesday, October 8
Morning service: 9:30am*
Afternoon programming: 2:30pm
Book of Jonah: 4:30pm
Final shofar: 7:20pm
A week of dwelling in the Hinenu Sukkah. Details to follow.
Monday, October 21st at 6pm
Dancing with the Torah + the Hinenu Klezmer Band
With questions, please contact us!