The High Holy Days as Spiritual Practice

All are invited to be part of our intentional spiritual community as it gathers at Unity in Lynnwood to celebrate the timeless teachings from the Jewish Wisdom Tradition. Schedule and reservation information below.

We are enriched again this year by the voice, keyboard and presence of Portland-based Laura Berman.
Laura, our music director Music Director Jenny Heutmaker, Jack Heutmaker and drummer Cathy Chalmers share the sounds that more fully express the sacred dimensions of this time.

Rosh Hashanah

  • Wednesday, Sept. 20, 7:30 PM, Rosh Hashanah Eve: Time for Gratitude
  • Thursday, September 21
    11 AM: Rosh Hashanah Morning Prayer Process
    3 PM: The Call of the Shofar and Tashlich: A Meditation of Release

Yom Kippur

  • Friday, September 29, 7:30 PM, Kol Nidre/Yom Kippur Eve: The Challenge of Forgiveness
  • • Saturday, September 30
    11 AM: Morning Teaching and Prayer Practice
    2:30 PM: Healing Meditation
    4 PM, Memorial Service/Yizkor: Celebration of Our Past
    6 PM, Concluding Service: Our Personal Book of Life

Locations

  • Worship services and morning sessions in the sanctuary of Unity in Lynnwood, 16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway.

Rates

Reserve by September 12 for the $15 Early Bird discount. To pay by check, download a Registration form here. Click below to pay by credit card on PayPal.
  • All Events: $125 by Sept. 12; $140 after Sept. 12
  • Rosh Hashanah Eve: $45 by Sept. 12; $60 after Sept. 12
  • Rosh Hashanah Day: $25 by Sept. 12; $40 after Sept. 12
  • Yom Kippur Eve: $45 by Sept. 12; $60 after Sept. 12
  • Yom Kippur Day: $35 by Sept. 12; $50 after Sept. 12
Reservations made via PayPal or credit card are slightly higher to cover transaction fees.
High Holy Days 2017
Additional HH Contribution

This & That

  • "Pray It Forward": Because no one will be turned away, we welcome additional contributions from those who are able. Please email to make special financial arrangements.
  • All events may be streamed and/or videotaped.
  • Please bring a yahrzeit candle to the Yom Kippur afternoon Memorial Service. We will have some available for you to light. Because space is limited, we ask that you bring one candle to honor all those you remember.



Photos by Andrew Goodman