The Sacred 10-Day Journey called the High Holy Days

A Spiritual Process of Acceptance, Release, and Commitment

People of all faith paths are invited to join us in experiencing the spiritual depths and special energies of these Days of Awe.
Schedule, location and reservation information below. Register by September 1 for the $15 Early Bird discount.

Rosh Hashanah, the Beginning of the Year, opens us to the unconditional self-acceptance that allows us to move to the next level of our evolution. This is a time for self-reflection and self-renewal.

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement that comes ten days later, offers us the opportunity to release grievances, guilt, shame, and negative self-judgments that block our Way. This is the Day of At-One-ment, a time for deep forgiveness and reconciliation.

We are entering the 10th year that Jenny and Jack Heutmaker have provided the essential musical energies that have graced Rabbi Ted's work. They collaborate, along with him, to encourage a more profound awakening to the possibilities of the moment.

All services at Unity in Lynnwood, 16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway, except Rosh Hashanah afternoon, Monday, September 10, at Edmonds Marina Beach Park, 470 Admiral Way.

Rosh Hashanah

  • Sunday, Sept. 9, 7:00 PM, Rosh Hashanah Eve: Grounding in the Now
  • Monday, September 10
    11 AM: Rosh Hashanah Day: Opening to the New
    3 PM: The Call of the Shofar and Tashlich: A Meditation of Release

Yom Kippur

  • Tuesday, Sept. 18, 7:30 PM, Kol Nidre/Yom Kippur Eve: What's in the Way
  • Wednesday, September 19, Yom Kippur Day: Claiming Our Way
    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


Register by September 1 for the $15 Early Bird discount. Click here for a mail-in registration form. Use the buttons below to register on PayPal. Reservations made via PayPal or credit card are slightly higher to cover transaction fees.
  • All Events: $125 until 9/1; $140 after 9/1
  • Rosh Hashanah Eve: $45 until 9/1; $60 after 9/1
  • Rosh Hashanah Day: $25 until 9/1; $40 after 9/1
  • Yom Kippur Eve: $45 until 9/1; $60 after 9/1
  • Yom Kippur Day: $35 until 9/1; $50 after 9/1
High Holy Days 2018
Additional HH Contribution

This & That

  • All events may be streamed and/or videotaped.
  • If needed, on Rosh Hashanah Eve and Yom Kippur Eve, a shuttle to and from the parking lot at the south end of the Fred Meyer lot (directly across the street) will run every ten minutes to accommodate any overflow parking.
  • 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