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SERVICE PARTICIPANTS

HIGH HOLY DAYS 2017


NOTE:  Your name might appear more than once on this list.

Below is the index of part numbers. Find the number for the part you're searching.  Then you can view or download a PDF of any numbered part, photocopied from the prayerbook, by clicking here.




YOM KIPPUR EVE / KOL NIDREI SERVICE

Fri, Sep 29, 2017, 7:30 P.M.

 

Part #

Board member(s) or Past President(s) seated on Bimah: Betty S, Jack L, Jerry G, Cookie G


10       Includes Hebrew.  Page 9: Blessing of candles: David S

11       Pages 14-20: Come and stand next to the rabbi when he asks the congregation to rise for the Kol Nidrei. The rabbi will hand a Torah scroll to you. He will then chant the Kol Nidrei. After the readings and music that follow, the rabbi will take the Torah scroll from your hands and return it to the ark, and you may return to your seat: Jack L

12       Pages 14-20: Come and stand next to the rabbi when he asks the congregation to rise for the Kol Nidrei. The rabbi will hand a Torah scroll to you. He will then chant the Kol Nidrei. After the readings and music that follow, the rabbi will take the Torah scroll from your hands and return it to the ark, and you may return to your seat: Charlie L

13       Pages 14-20: Come and stand next to the rabbi when he asks the congregation to rise for the Kol Nidrei. The rabbi will hand a Torah scroll to you. He will then chant the Kol Nidrei. After the readings and music that follow, the rabbi will take the Torah scroll from your hands and return it to the ark, and you may return to your seat: Ronni S

 

 

 

YOM KIPPUR MORNING SERVICE

Sat, Sep 30, 2017, 10:30 A.M.

 

Part #

Board member(s) or Past President(s) seated on Bimah: Dona H, Barry W


14       Assist rabbi with Torah during Torah service when the rabbi calls you by name to come forward: Barry W

15       First Aliyah.  Includes Hebrew.  Blessings before and after the Torah reading. Come forward when the Torah has been placed on the reading stand. Use the supplied page found on www.rabbijamescohn.com instead of the one in the prayerbook:  Sue E

16       Second Aliyah.  Includes Hebrew.  Blessings before and after the Torah reading. Come forward when the Torah has been placed on the reading stand. Use the supplied page found on www.rabbijamescohn.com instead of the one in the prayerbook: Steve A

17        Third Aliyah.  Includes Hebrew.  Blessings before and after the Torah reading. Come forward when the Torah has been placed on the reading stand. Use the supplied page found on www.rabbijamescohn.com instead of the one in the prayerbook: Ron E

18       Includes Hebrew.  You do the Haftarah blessing in Hebrew on page 275.  Then wait for another congregant to read the Haftarah passage in English.  Then you do the closing Haftarah blessing in Hebrew on page 280: Josh B

19       Pages 277-278: Haftarah reading in English (do not do the blessings before or after the reading):  David S

 

 


YOM KIPPUR MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) SERVICE

Sat, Sep 30, 2017, 5:00 P.M.

 

Part #

 

Memorial list of names to be read by: Betty S, Richard H, Brett R

 

 

 

 

YOM KIPPUR CONCLUDING (NE’ILAH) SERVICE

Sat, Sep 30, 2017, 5:30 P.M.

Part #

            Board member(s) or Past President(s) seated on Bimah (take your seat on the Bimah at 5:30, after the Memorial Service, as we prepare to begin the Concluding Service): Fran T, David T


26       Blowing of shofar at end of service. Come forward after we end the singing of the Avinu Malkenu on page 664. The rabbi will then continue the service on page 670. Stand next to the rabbi as he reads pages 670-672. Shofar sounds are on page 673: Daniel C

27       Includes Hebrew.  Motzi (in social hall, just before break-the-fast – don’t wait for the Rabbi; just begin when the room begins to fill): David S

 


 

 Torah blessings in English may be found here.