One moment please...
High Holidays 5781/2020 RSVP

Though we will not be gathering together in person, we look forward to being in the shelter of community, prayer, and reflection with you all via the magic of the internet for the 5781 High Holidays. Kadima leaders and lay-leaders have been unleashing their collaborative creativity to bring services to life and be responsive to the needs of our community. From daily offerings in Elul, to weekly Teshuvah Circles, and a Shofar Mobile for Rosh HaShanah, we look forward to being with you in whichever capacity feels most resonant for you. 

This form is to register for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. Selichot, Teshuvah check-ins, and all other events listed for High Holidays you will be able to access directly through the Kadima Calendar.

For updated and complete information on celebrating the High Holidays with Kadima, please visit our website. Current schedule is as follows:

Selichot Service :: September 12
          Service:    8:00pm - 9:30pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah :: Friday, September 18
          Service w/ teaching from Rabbi David:   7:00pm - 8:30pm
Rosh Hashanah // Day 1 :: Saturday, September 19
          Zoom Room Opens: 9:30am
          Morning Service: 10:00am - 11:00am
          Torah Service w/ teaching from Gabriella Sanchez-Stern: 11:15am - 12:15pm
Rosh Hashanah // Day 2 :: Sunday, September 20
          Shofar-mobile Offerings: Click here for Schedule & Locations
          Tashlich: Physically-distant & masked @Madrona Beach, 2pm (picnic bench by south parking lot) -- or on zoom
          Pre-recorded tashlich guided meditation for on-your-own tashlich
Staying Aligned :: Weekly Teshuvah Check-In Circle
          Wednesdays from 11:00 - 11:45am, September 23 - October 14 
Friday Night Shabbat Shuva Kabbalat Shabbat Service :: September 25
          Service: 7:30pm - 8:45pm
BIPJOCSM Chavurah - Shel Tz'vaim Shabbat Shuva Havdallah :: Saturday, September 26
         Gathering at 7:45 PM. Join us for a thoughtful Days of Awe reflection and a sweet havdalah in Shel Tz'vaim community on Zoom
Kol Nidre :: Sunday, September 27
          Service: 7:00pm - 8:45pm
Yom Kippur :: Monday, September 28
         Zoom Room Open: 9:30am
         Morning Service: 10:00am - 11:30am
         Torah Service: 11:45am - 12:45pm
         Isaiah Challenge: Not Free to Desist - Living into Communal Antiracism Work: 2:30pm-4pm
         Yizkor: 5:15pm
         Ne’ilah & Havdalah: 6:30pm
         Break-fast Together: 7:30-8:45pm

If you'd like, please join Kadima here.

This is to get an idea of how many folks are planning on being at each service. Please mark any service anyone in your party is planning on attending.
Contact Information

First Name
Last Name


First Name
Last Name

First Name
Last Name

First Name
Last Name

First Name
Last Name

Kadima will be providing captions and live tech support. Please, make your needs known here if you need any additional services to access the High Holidays fully!
Would You Like To Be a High Holiday Mensch?
This year, we are making services come to life online for the first time -- schechecheyanu! Doing anything for the first time requires lots of help, experimentation, and learning-by-doing as a team. If you are interested in taking on a role this year and rolling with the punches with us, please check out our needs below. As always, our High Holidays flourish because of our community support and leadership.
We will be blowing shofar in the various geo-groups that Kadima is broken up into. Please indicate your location so we can coordinate this offering!
Please indicate the neighborhood you live in for Shofar-Mobile access (if you are interested in hearing the shofar blown at a safe distance nearby your home)
We still have some open slots for readers (in English) for our High Holidays services. are the door of Kadima and a friendly greeter smiles and invites you to offer a reading in English during our services. What do you say?
Tickets are free. However, donations are greatly appreciated!
We are grateful you are joining us! For transparency, we are budgeted to bring in $12,000 through contributions during the High Holiday season. With 200 expected individual participants, we would meet this year’s goal if we averaged a $60 contribution per attendee. We expect that some cannot contribute anywhere near that and others could contribute that amount many times. Please give what you are able in order to offset the costs of producing High Holidays and supporting the work of Kadima generally.