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SHABBAT AND HIGH HOLIDAYS IN THE HAMPTONS 


Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services in Bridgehampton

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Michael Boino

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Rabbi Jan Uhrbach

Rabbi Jan Uhrbach

 

Join us at CSH for beautiful, meaningful, inspiring and completely egalitarian services
led by Rabbi Jan Uhrbach
and Michael Boino.

SELICHOT  

SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 5, 8:30 pm

with Elad Kabilio of MusicTalks

Elad Kabilio

A unique concert experience
exploring the self-reflection and rejuvenation of Selichot

through liturgical and secular music
with cellist Elad Kabilio and pianist Benjamin Laude. 

8:30 pm Concert program and discussion

9:45 Dessert

10:15 pm Selichot Service
led by Rabbi Jan Uhrbach and Michael Boino,
featuring cellist Elad Kabilio
and music of the High Holidays

 

Social Hall of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Church,
2350 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton

Israeli Cellist ELAD KABILIO Israeli cellist Elad Kabilio is an active soloist, chamber musician and a teaching artist. He has recently performed at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, the Morgan Library, and the Joyce Theater in New York City. He also performed at the Aspen music Festival, Young Artist Festival in Bayreuth – Germany, Chautaqua Music Festival, Keshet Eilon Music Festival in Israel and he was featured in a special edition of “Young Artist Showcase” on WQXR Radio.  To bring classical music to the broader public he founded MusicTalks, a chamber music series with engaging and interactive conversation held in intimate settings. Mr. Kabilio has received numerous awards throughout his career. He was selected by the Israel Ministry of Culture as an “Outstanding Musician” and served in the Israeli Army as a member of the Israeli Defense Force string quartet, performing concerts throughout Israel.

 

PRAYING ON THE HIGH HOLY DAYS — AN OPEN LETTER FROM RABBI UHRBACH:

We come to synagogue on the High Holy Days for many different reasons. Some of us want to affirm our Jewish identity, to feel part of Jewish community, to re-connect with tradition, to re-experience childhood memories, or to feel close to parents and grandparents. Some of us come seeking guidance, inspiration, learning, comfort, challenge or spiritual nourishment. Some of us come out of a sense of religious or familial obligation, or guilt.

Whatever the reason for our coming, what we’re asked to do when we arrive is pray. And prayer is a problem. It’s a problem generally, because prayer is rarely easy. And it’s especially a problem on the High Holy Days – because the services are so long, because the themes of the liturgy can be so challenging, and because many of us simply don’t know how to engage.

I offer this letter as an attempt to help….  continue reading

Listen to Rabbi Uhrbach’s 2014 High Holy Day Teachings:

 

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