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Youth and Young Family High Holiday Programming

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The following is the complete YYF schedule for the High Holidays: please check our webpage for any fun updates and added programs!

Rosh Hashanah Day 1: Shabbat, September 16
Doors open - 9:30 am
Start Time - 9:45 am
End Time - 12:00 pm

Rosh Hashanah Day 2: Sunday, September 17
Join us as we explore Rosh Hashanah through the Sephardic Tradition of hosting a Rosh Hashanah Seder followed by a Shofar Service and Tashlikh
Doors open - 9:30 am
Start Time - 9:45 am
End Time - 12:00 pm
* This is a participatory service, so for the full experience, please join us at the start time. Late comers are welcome.

Yom Kippur: Monday, September 25
The Magic of Forgiveness
Traditional Family service

Doors open - 9:30 am
Start Time - 9:45 am
End Time - 12:00 pm
Traditional service followed by Yizkor


What is Rosh Hashanah? - Watch Here

Shabbat, September 16 and Sunday September 17

We are welcoming our young families to the Assembly Hall for a lively, educational, and meaningful High Holiday service experience. Join Avee Helfand and Nadia Moldaver, as well as our incredible Beth Tikvah Clergy as we welcome the new year together. 

Register Here


Monday, September 25

 Join us this Yom Kippur in our Assembly Hall led by Avee Helfand and Nadia Moldaver, as we look forward to the joys of the days ahead in the new year. This service will feature everything that your family loves about a Beth Tikvah Young Family Service: meaningful prayer, thoughtful lessons, wonderful stories, and of course, a whole lot of fun and games.

For more information on any of the programming listed above, please visit our website at or call the office at 416-221-3433.


Additional Content for your High Holidays

Young Family Mahzor


A Guide to Tashlikh

Sat, 13 April 2024 5 Nisan 5784