Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur 2019 begins in the evening of Tuesday, October 8, and ends in the evening of Wednesday, October 9. Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year in Judaism. Its central themes are atonement and repentance. Jews traditionally observe this holy day with an approximate 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer, often spending most of the day in synagogue services.

Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidrei)
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
7:00 pm | Kol Nidrei Service
Location: Sanctuary
(Name Badges required)

Yom Kippur
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
10:00 am | Morning Service, Yom Kippur
(Name Badges required)
Discussion Groups to follow (details below)
1:30 pm | Afternoon Study Sessions
1:30 pm | Children’s Service (Specially designed service for families with children 6 years and younger)
3:30 pm | Afternoon Service/Yizkor/Neilah (No badges required)

Sisterhood Break the Fast to follow
Location: Sanctuary, Classrooms, Outdoor Campus

Parking Info

Parking will be available at the Orange Stake of the Church of Latter Day Saints, located at 674 S. Yorba St. Parking attendants at the lot will direct you and shuttles will be available during all services to bring you to and from the Temple.

The temple parking lot is reserved for the following:
• Handicapped individuals
• Kavanah-Level Donors
• Choir members

Please note that parking in our neighborhood is strictly limited to resident permit only. You may be ticketed if you choose to park in the neighborhood. TBS will not be responsible for any parking tickets.

Yom Kippur Group Discussion

Sydell Walencewicz and the TBS Antisemitism Awareness Group – “Global Antisemitism 101”
Room 7

Introduction to Awareness of National and Global Antisemitism. Learn/discuss the Boycott Divest Sanction movement (BDS) which is sweeping the world and being promoted on college campuses. Learn about the antisemitic cartoons that are being published around the world. An open discussion is encouraged.

Elinor Silverstein – “Movement is Life, without Movement Life is Unthinkable,” Dr Moshe Feldenkrais
Chapel

Come learn these easy movement lessons designed to take the ache out of your back, and put the spring back in your step. Feldenkrais lessons are designed to use movement to retrain your brain to learn to function better and your body feel better. Elinor Silverstein is Feldenkrais Practitioner teaching this wonderful body of work for over 35 years around the world.
Dress comfortably as we might even have mats on the floor for you to do the wonderful lessons on.

Sandy Rosen and Lori Horwitz – “Who are the homeless in Orange County?”
Room 8

In this session we will discuss different mental illness diagnosis which are most common with this population and common symptoms. We will also learn about TBS’ Homelessness initiative with Angela Holmes and Rhea Dorn.

Leaders: Lori Horwitz, LCSW and Sandra S. Rosen, SCSW, County of Orange Health Care Agency licensed clinical social workers in adult Behavioral Health

Joel Kotkin – “The Jewish Dilemma: How to deal with enemies right and left?”
Room 9

Joel Kotkin is Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University and Executive Director of the Houston-based Center for Opportunity Urbanism. He is Senior Fellow for Heartland Forward and a regular contributor to the City Journal, Daily Beast, Quillette and Real Clear Politics. He also writes a weekly column for Digital First Media, which owns numerous daily newspapers including the OC Register. He is currently co-authoring a survey/study for the Jewish Federation and Family Services of Orange County to provide recommendations on how to best serve the OC Jewish community in the future.

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