Union of Jewish Universalist Communities (UJUC) Celebrate the High Holidays

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Jews find services for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur offered by UJUC Rabbis and their communities across the United States

Union of Jewish Universalist Communities offer High Holiday services nationwide and online.

The Union of Jewish Universalist Communities is a association of Rabbis and their congregations who adhere to the tenets of Jewish Universalism and recognize the uniting presence of a Universal God, our Source, and the loving light of community. The UJUC embraces all who want to gather, worship, celebrate and explore humanity and nature through the lenses of Jewish spirituality, liturgy and tradition.

The UJUC provides member Rabbis, Cantors and communities with genuine connection along with spiritual guidance, resources and liturgy that reflect our belief system. UJUC Rabbis offer services around the US for the High Holidays.

Sim Shalom offers awesome Jazz inspired High Holiday services at the Bitter End in New York. Join Rabbi Steve Blane and his quintet of Jack Glotman on Piano, Carol Sudhalter on Sax and Flute, Liz Taub on Fiddle, Kevin Hailey on Bass and Frank Levitano on Drums. And Evan Kremin will be back on Shofar. Services are scheduled for the 1st day of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur at 10:30am and are also streamed globally.

Rabbi Judy Ginsburgh will be leading High Holy Day services at B'nai Israel in Monroe, Louisiana. This new year 5779 marks the 150th anniversary of this congregation!

Rabbi Jennifer Rudin will be hosting High Holiday Services in Holliston, MA. This year a young family service has been added on Sunday, Erev Rosh Hashanah and two services will be offered each day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. To learn more go to SimchaServices.com

In Los Angeles, Rabbi Diane Rose and her Cool Shul is hosting its 4th Holy Days in Woodland/Cheadle Hall in Temescal Canyon. We have Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah morning and tashlich, Kol Nidre, and Yom Kippur morning services as well as Yizkor and Neilah Yom Kippur afternoon followed by a Break Fast catered by a Syrian Refugee family through the organization Miry’s List.

Rabbi Karen Becker-Marcelo is on the board of Tree if Life Chaverim in Lake Worth Florida, a traditional egalitarian Conservative synagogue. This year Rabbi Karen will lead the second day Shacharit service with the Cantor. This will be the first time a woman will lead services at TOL.

Rabbi Karen is also the rabbi at The Atrium Senior Community in Boca Raton Florida. She will be conducting HHD services for her congregants there, including a Yizkor service.

About Sim Shalom:

Sim Shalom is an interactive online Jewish Universalist synagogue which is liberal in thought and traditional in liturgy. Created in 2009 by Rabbi Steven Blane on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Sim Shalom offers a means of connecting the unconnected. Rabbi Blane leads accessible and short Shabbat services every Friday night using a virtual interface and additionally Sim Shalom provides online education programs, Jazz concerts, conversion and life-cycle ceremonies along with weeknight services at 7:00PM EST led by Rabbis and students of this online community.

Rabbi Blane is also the founder and Dean of the Jewish Spiritual Leader's Institute, http://www.jsli.net, the online professional rabbinical program and a founder of the Union of Jewish Universalist Communities.

Sim Shalom, a non profit 501 © (3) tax-exempt organization, nurtures a Jewish connection through its mission of innovative services, creative education and dynamic outreach to the global community.

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