September 23 - 24, Shabbat Ki Tavo
Candle Lighting 6:32 PM
Friday Evening Services 6:30 PM
Shabbat Morning Services 9:15 AM
Shabbat ends 7:35 PM
Sunday morning Services 9:00 AM
Deadline Friday, September 23
The High Holidays provide an opportunity for us to bring renewed energy to our lives. For some, a cherished High Holiday experiences is the Yizkor service, when we recite prayers in memory of beloved relatives and others who are no longer with us. Our Yizkor Book of Remembrance – which we distribute on Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Passover and Shavuot – is also an opportunity to honor the memory of loved ones who have passed away. To participate in the Yizkor Book, go to www.kanestreet.org/yizkor. Your request must be received by Kane Street no later than Friday, September 23.
The word shana (literally, “year”) comes from a Hebrew root meaning to learn, to repeat, and to change. These words define life at Kane Street, where we learn and cherish Jewish traditions as we make them relevant to today.
We welcome all members, their guests, and the wider community to join us for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, as well as for our family services and other events, and activities throughout the High Holiday season. You can find everything you need to know – information, schedules, tickets, and more – on our High Holidays page.
Tuesday Evenings, November 15, 2016-March 14, 2017
Cost: $40 per three week course (includes catered dinner), or you may purchase a subscription for $150 for the year (all five courses, including all dinners). Read more about Open Beit Midrash and
Register now. Purchase a Beit Midrash Course or Subscription for the year!
Send your comments about the Sanctuary Project to Design@KaneStreet.org.
Thank you to all who attended the recent community-wide meeting with H3 Architecture, as well as any of the small-group interview sessions. There will be additional interview sessions later in the summer, and another community-wide presentation by H3 in the fall. We also encourage everyone to share their thoughts via email at any time, directly to Design@KaneStreet.org. Messages will be read and considered as part of the design process, by the architects at H3 and by Kane Street’s Building Committee.