Rosh Hashanah at IYYUN

Rosh Hashanah at IYYUN

Rosh Hashanah with Rav Pinson

at the IYYUN Center

Friday Evening, September 18th to Sunday night,Sept 20th, 2020

SERVICES AND DINNER BY RESERVATION ONLY

Please note the precautions we will be taking at IYYUN to ensure everyone’s safety and well being at this time.

Scroll to the bottom to see how we’re keeping you safe!

Rosh Hashana Eve: Friday, Sept 18th at 6:30 pm

Join Rav Pinson for an unforgettable Rosh Hashanah experience. In a warm and nurturing environment, and in an atmosphere of acceptance and openness, Rav Pinson will lead us through a deeply personal, contemplative and transformational service on the eve of Rosh Hashanah.

  • Candle Lighting
  • Guided Meditation
  • Davening – Services, Chazan TBA
  • Followed by Dinner at 7:30 pm – Dinner is by reservation only please click link to reserve
  • reserve for dinner

Open to All, no prior synagogue experience necessary!
*please see below for all Rosh Hashanah reservation and payment information.

Additional High Holiday Services and Meals

Traditional Rosh Hashanah Services will be held at the IYYUN Center on the following dates and times.

Saturday, Sept 19th
10:00am – Morning Service

Sunday, Sept 20th
10:00am – Morning Service
2:00 pm – OUTDOOR Shofar and Tashlich Ceremony at the Gowanus Canal (Union Street Bridge, between Bond and Nevins)

Indoor services will be held at
The IYYUN Center
650 Sackett St, between 4th and 3rd Avenue
In the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn

This year make your Rosh Hashanah meaningful, personal and transformative!

Make your Rosh Hashanah even more meaningful by sponsoring a prayer service, a kiddush lunch or a dinner -in memory of a loved one or in honor of a special occasion.

For sponsorships: please contact Rochie at: contact@IYYUN.com

To reserve a space and for more information

email: contact@IYYUN.com

http://iyyun.com/contact

Please help us continue to offer free services for all who need it. We want everyone to be able to pray on Rosh Hashanah without worry.

Your contribution allows those less fortunate to be able to attend free of charge. Thank you.

COUVRE:

For Rosh Hashanah Friday night dinner:

$54 per person / $25 for children and seniors 

For All Rosh Hashanah Services -Day 1&2 (not including dinner)

$72 per person / $50 for seniors and children

Couvre for Entire Rosh Hashanah – (including the dinner first night)

$120 per person

To Reserve: please email: contact@iyyun.com

Credit cards and checks are accepted:
please make checks payable to
IYYUN | 232 Bergen St | Brooklyn NY 11217

To pay by Credit Card

http://iyyun.com/donate

We will not turn anyone away due to lack of funds, if we are contacted in advance and a request for financial assistance is made.

To discuss financial assistance, please contact IYYUN http://iyyun.com/contact

 

Please note the precautions we will be taking at IYYUN to ensure everyone’s safety and well being at this time.

* All participants in shul will be required to wear a mask.
* Reservations must be made to ensure enough space for each person
* Tables and chairs will be spaced 6ft apart, only people from the same family or “pod” will be allowed to sit together.
* All machzorim (prayer books) will be thoroughly sanitized before services, and there will be sanitizing wipes available to use in shul as well to sanitize all objects before and after use.
* We will be hiring a bathroom attendant who will be responsible for cleaning each restroom as soon as it is used, using all the proper disinfecting protocol.
* Rosh Hashanah first night dinner is by reservation ONLY. If we get enough reservations and interest, we will be hosting a socially distanced dinner, with each family at their own table with food served directly to them – there will be no buffets.
* The rest of the holiday, there will be no food served at shul, only services.
* We will hold an outdoor shofar blowing and tashlich service on Sunday afternoon at the Gowanus Canal. For those who are too concerned to come to shul, this is an opportunity to be outdoors with community and to hear the Shofar. The Rabbi will speak, there will be honey cake (individually wrapped) and an outdoor kiddush service.

Wishing you all a Ksiva Vachasima Tova – a sweet and good inscribing in the book of Life. May this year bring healing to the whole world.
Shana Tova U’metukah.
A Sweet, Happy and Healthy year to you all.


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