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Selichot: Study and Service

Saturday, September 21, 2019 21 Elul 5779

7:00 PM - 10:30 PMLeo Baeck Temple

In preparation for the Upcoming High Holydays
Co-Sponsored by the Community of Elders

7:00pm Study
8:30pm Havdalah & Dessert
9:00pm Selichot Service

Finding Connection and Meaning in Our World: “How to Get By With A Little Help from Our Friends”

with Rabbi Laura Geller, co-author of Getting Good at Getting Older

The High Holy Days give us the time and the spaciousness to take a breath, step back and ask ourselves who we are and who we want to be. And we notice… we are a year older than we were last year. For some of us there are more years ahead than behind, yet we might not know the path to uncovering our unique purpose. For others there are more years behind than there are ahead, and that recognition challenges us to think about how to fill our lives with more meaning and intention.

Whether you are older or a millennial, loneliness is a national epidemic. This session will focus on how we cultivate friendship and how friendship and community change as our lives change.  On these days of reflection how do we learn to “get by with a little help from our friends?”

Rabbi Laura Geller, Emerita Rabbi of Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, was the first women to be selected through a national search to lead a major metropolitan synagogue as Senior Rabbi. She was twice named one of Newsweek’s 50 Most Influential Rabbis in America and was featured in the PBS documentary “Jewish Americans.” Author of numerous articles in books and journals, she was on the editorial board of The Torah: A Women’s Commentary.  Ordained by Hebrew Union College in 1976, she is the third woman in the Reform Movement to become a rabbi. She is a founder of the first synagogue based village, ChaiVillageLA, which is part of the national Village Movement. Along with her husband Richard Siegel (of blessed memory), she edited Getting Good at Getting Older.

If you are not an LBT member and only wish to attend the Selichot Study and Service, please email Drew Davis at program@leobaecktemple.org for a complementary Selichot ticket. Otherwise, please complete the form below. Thank you!

Register

Leo Baeck Temple High Holydays Ticket Order Form

ATTENTION LBT MEMBERS: Please sign in to your ShulCloud account to request your member tickets! Have questions or need help? Call the LBT office at 310-476-2861. Thank you!

Service Options

- Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, September 29 - 7:30pm
- Rosh Hashanah Day - Monday, September 30 - 9:30am
       Please choose between Main Sanctuary Service or Family Service

- Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre - Tuesday, October 8 - 7:30pm

- Yom Kippur Day - Wednesday, October 9 - 9:30am
        Please choose between Main Sanctuary Service or Family Service

Service Descriptions:
Family ServicePeachy and Mark Levy Beit Midrash - 9:30am
This service is designed to nourish the entire family together. Featuring music from our High Holy Day Band, this service includes interactive prayer opportunities that highlight the reflective themes and liturgy of the High Holy Days. This service is tailored to families with elementary age children (7 & up), but all are welcome!

Children's Service, Main Sanctuary - 2:00pm
Monday, September 30 & Wednesday, October 9 - Children’s Service 
The entire community is invited to this service. The Rosh Hashanah service is lively and filled with music and storytelling, while the Yom Kippur service is a spiritual experience that children and adults will share through song and stories. This service is designed for children under age 7 with parents and grandparents.


Ticket Request

Guests who are only attending the 2pm Children's service do not need to purchase a guest ticket.

Service Selection

Please select the number of seats that you are requesting by service and location and then let us know who will be attending each service below the seat selection.
   7:30pm - Erev Rosh Hashanah - 474 of 1100 Left
   9:30am - Rosh Hashanah Main Sanctuary Service - 497 of 1100 Left
   2:00pm - Rosh Hashanah Children's Service - 1009 of 1100 Left
   7:30pm - Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) - 376 of 1100 Left
   9:30am - Yom Kippur Main Sanctuary Service - 475 of 1100 Left
   2:00pm - Yom Kippur Children's Service - 1002 of 1100 Left
   9:30am - Rosh Hashanah Beit Midrash Family Service - Fully Booked
   9:30am - Yom Kippur Beit Midrash Family Service - Fully Booked

Rosh Hashanah Services - Names of Attendees

Yom Kippur Services - Names of Attendees

Please include birth date of children.
Please include birth date of children.

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