Celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with JCBR! While Covid-19 made it impossible last year for us to observe our usual traditions, this year our plans will include both in person and online services. They were supposed to include an Oneg and Break Fast. But the Delta variant resurgence has caused us to adjust and now there will be to-go bags with fruit, honey, and bagels after Yom Kippur..

Location: Craddock Center, 186 Fred Craddock Drive, Cherry Log, Georgia

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Location: Craddock Center, 186 Fred Craddock Drive, Cherry Log, Georgia

High Holy Days 2021 Dates, Times, Services

Erev Rosh Hashanah – 7:00 p.m., Monday, September 6: A brief, half-hour evening service to welcome the new year and put us in the holiday spirit prior to your holiday dinner.

Rosh Hashanah – 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, September 7: A morning service to celebrate 5782 and the beginning of the “Days of Awe.”

Erev Yom Kippur – 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 15: Kol Nidre and the beginning of the “Day of Decision.”

Yom Kippur – 9:30 a.m., Thursday, September 16: An abbreviated morning service.

Yom Kippur –   5:00 p.m., Thursday, September 16: Yizkor, remembering the ones who came before us.

Yom Kippur – Concluding service immediately following Yizkor:


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We had hoped that we would be able to gather together without restrictions for High Holy Days this year, but the pandemic has not subsided. So based on the results of our survey and the research we’ve done, including information from other congregations, we’ve decided that our High Holy Days will be hybrid services- dates/times will be the same as on the registration form and the website. We’ll still be in-person at the Craddock Center and will also make a Zoom link available. Rather than have luncheons and a break fast, we’ll be handing out bags with food items:
Rosh Hashanah bag – bottled water, apple, honey and rugelach
Yom Kippur bag – bottled water, bagel, cream cheese, apple,  honey (if any left over from Rosh Hashanah)
If you’re planning on attending in person we ask that:
  • you are vaccinated
  • you wear a mask
  • you provide some distance between family units
If you will be attending on Zoom you may:
  • use the Zoom link provided
  • pick up a machzor prayer book and Rosh Hashanah food/tashlich bag on Sunday September 5th at 1 PM in the Craddock Center parking lot.
  • pick up a Yom Kippur break fast bag at 4 PM Thursday, September 16th at the Craddock Center.
  • return your machzor prayer book(s) Sunday, September 26th at 1 PM at the Craddock Center.
If you’d like to volunteer to prepare the food bags or set up, please email Debra Volk at dkayvolk@gmail.com.
NOTE: Zoom links will only be sent to everyone registered.


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