High Holidays 2020


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We look forward to celebrating the High Holidays with you this year.  While our celebration of learning and worship may not be in person, JCoOC is offering a full menu of very special services and programs through Zoom and Facebook Live that will gather our diverse community together in Zoom rooms from Washington DC to Newport Beach.

As in past years, our diverse array of service options during the holidays will enable each participant to design a program that feels authentic and meaningful.  

Click here to view the full schedule of programs and services.

Click here to meet our team of leaders for the High Holidays 5781

MAKE YOUR SERVICE VIEWING SPECIAL:  We encourage you to set up a large screen or monitor that will enable greater engagement on screen.  Invite a family already in your “safe sphere” to join you for the holiday.  Hosting company may be the next best thing to going to shul! 

The Jewish Collaborative uses Mahzor Hadash as our primary prayer book. Please know that traditional liturgy can be found in most mahzorim you may already have on your bookshelf.

MAHZOR DELIVERY: For those who live in Orange County, we would be delighted to share our books with you.  After you register, please write to  us at joy@jewishcollaborativeoc.org with the following information:
• Your address and phone number
• The number of mahzorzim you would like to borrow

The last day for delivery prior to Rosh Hashanah will be Wednesday, September 16.
The last day for delivery prior to Yom Kippur will be Friday, September 25th.

We will contact you after the holidays to arrange book returns.

Thank you for joining us.  If you know of people in need of a place to spend the holidays, please tell them about JCoOC!

Click here for the schedule of High Holiday Services and Programs

Click here for the Twelve Steps and Teshuvah schedule of High Holiday Services and Programs for the Recovery community.

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