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Kehillah: Social Action Meets Prayer for Yom Kippur

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Kol Nidre at Feed More 5782 © Sophia Paloma Photography

Kehillah is returning to Feed More for Yom Kippur – this year for two nights!

Kol Nidre at Feed More 5782 © Sophia Paloma Photography

Join us Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. for our Kol Nidre Service, and Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. for our Yom Kippur Service & Break-the-Fast. Net proceeds from ticket sales will fund Feed More’s mission of distributing nutritious meals and wholesome food directly to those who need it most.

Last year we provided 1,600 meals to our neighbors in need. Help us do more!

Tickets are $36, or free for anyone under 21.

No Hebrew experience required. Interfaith- and family friendly. All are welcome! Visit our website for tickets and more information.

Celebrate the Jewish harvest festival at Rabbi Patrick and Rebbetzin Stefanie’s house! Arrive by 5 p.m. to help Rabbi Patrick build and decorate the Sukkah. No experience or tools required.

At 6:30 p.m. we’ll ring in Sukkot with holiday blessings and a delicious “pizza in the hut” dinner. The customary lulav and etrog will be available to shake, with Rabbi Patrick offering assistance. Come for the build or just for the dinner!

Tickets are $30 for dinner only, or $18 for Sukkah-building and dinner; free for anyone under age 21. For tickets,

All are welcome! Click here for tickets and more information or visit

www.eventbrite.com/o/kehillah-6200085909.

We are also planning a special Jewish Learning Café for Simchat Torah on Oct. 17—details coming soon!

For more information about how Kehillah can be part of your journey, go to https://kehillahrva.org.

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