Upcoming Holiday & Event Schedule
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Erev Rosh Hashanah, Friday, Sept 15, 7pm in person at CZA
Rosh Hashanah & Shabbat Shacharit, Saturday, Sept 16, 10am in person at CZA
Tashlich, Sunday, Sept 17, 3-5pm in person at Bandemer Park in Ann Arbor
Shabbat Shuvah Shacharit, Saturday, Sept 23, 10am - Virtual on ZOOM
Hazikkaron Shuvah & Havdallah, Saturday, Sept 23, 6pm in person at CZA
Kol Nidre/Yom Kippur Ma'ariv, Sunday, Sept 24, 7pm in person at CZA
Yom Kippur Shacharit, Monday, Sept 25, 10am in person at CZA
Yom Kippur Mincha/Ma'ariv/Ne'ila & Break Fast, Monday, Sept 25, 7pm in person at CZA
Sukkot & Shabbat Shacharit, Saturday, Sept 30, 10am in person at CZA
Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah & Shabbat Shacharit, Saturday, Oct 7, 10am in person at CZA
Congregation Zera Avraham does not sell tickets for High Holiday Services. All are welcome to come and experience the beauty of the holidays with us. Services are held at the synagogue and start promptly at the times noted.
For Visiting Family and Newcomers...
As in most synagogues, attire at our High Holiday services reflects our concern to honor the sanctity of the holidays, HaShem, and Torah. Men wear suit jackets and ties or at least adhere to a business casual standard. Women wear dresses, skirts, or dress slacks.
We expect all men to wear kippot (head coverings) during services. This practice is optional for women. Kippot are provided at the facility but you may bring your own if you like.
Jewish men and women may also wear a tallit (prayer shawl). We ask that guests who are not Jewish refrain from wearing a tallit as this ritual garment symbolizes Israel's unique relationship with God.
If you arrive 15 minutes early, one of our members will orient you to our liturgy. We welcome you to our services and hope that you will enjoy your time with us!
The CZA Machzor for Rosh Hashanah is available from Amazon.
The CZA Machzor for Yom Kippur is available from Amazon.