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Havurah Shalom's High Holidays

Havurah Shalom has opened our High Holiday Services to the community for more than 30 years. Admission is free and no tickets are required. Except for Selichot and Tashlich, all services are held at the Tiffany Center.

5778 HIGH HOLIDAYS


Click here for our High Holidays Guide and Schedule, including parking information and information on services. 

Please register for High Holidays Child Care by Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Use this Lulav/Etrog Order Form to order your lulav and etrog for Sukkot. 

If you are a Havurah member, please use the Signup.com button below to select your volunteer spots for the High Holidays.

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.com

Selichot Service

Saturday, Sept. 16

8:00 pm, at Havurah Shalom, with Rabbi Benjamin

Rosh Hashanah Services

Wednesday, Sept. 20

8:00 pm, Erev Rosh Hashanah/Evening Service

Music, at services and in our homes, is a key part of High Holidays at Havurah. Click here to hear the Rosh Hashanah kiddush sung by Havurah Music Coordinator Ilene Safyan.

Thursday, Sept. 21

9:30 am, Rosh Hashanah Morning Service – Shacharit

9:30 am, Family Service (w/children ages 0-10) ends at 10:15 am - Please RSVP here for this service.

10:30 am, Torah Service

11:30 am, Shofar Service

12:30 pm, Musaf/Additional Service

4:00 pm, Tashlich Service at Sellwood Riverfront Park and Potluck (following Tashlich Service) - Please RSVP here for this service and potluck. A separate Tashlich and potluck will take place at Commonwealth Lake Park at 4 pm.

Friday, Sept. 22

9:00 am, Rosh Hashanah Morning Service - Shacharit

10:00 am, Torah Service

11:30 am, Shofar Service

12:00 pm, Musaf/Additional Service

Yom Kippur Services

Friday, Sept. 29

8:00 pm, Kol Nidre/Evening Service

Saturday, Sept. 30

9:30 am, Yom Kippur Morning Service – Shacharit

9:30 am, Family Service (w/children ages 0-10) ends at 10:15 am - Please RSVP here for this service.

10:30 am, Torah Service

12:30 pm, Musaf/Additional Service

1:30 pm, Break

2:00 pm, Tikkun Olam Discussion (4th Floor)

4:15 pm, Avodah

4:30 pm, Mincha/Afternoon Torah Service

5:30 pm, Yizkor/Memorial Prayers (approximate time)

6:00 pm, Ne’ilah/Closing Service

7:00 pm, Break Fast (approximate time)

ABOUT OUR HIGH HOLIDAYS

With guidance from our rabbi, our members plan all of the services and related programs for High Holidays, and assume key roles during the services. Click here to read drashot from High Holidays 5777 at Havurah.  Click here for drashot, poems and music that Havurah members wrote for High Holidays 5776.

Havurah has been able to continue offering free and open High Holidays services to the Portland area community because of generous donations. We are grateful for all who help make these services possible.

Wed, August 16 2017 24 Av 5777