High Holidays 5779/2018


Join Malkhut and Kehillat Tikvah for soulful, musical, accessible High Holy Days in Jackson Heights.

Where?
Services will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Jackson Heights at 33-50 82nd St.

Tickets?
No tickets required.

However, we invite you to make a tax-deductible High Holiday gift. Instructions and a link to make online donations through our fiscal sponsor, Kolot Chayeinu HERE

We also invite you to become a monthly supporter of Malkhut HERE.

Invite your friends and family to join us!

Yom Kippur Schedule
September 18 at 7:30 p.m. - Kol Nidre evening services

September 19
9:30 a.m. - Morning services; NEW Children's program (more info below under "Kinderlach")
2:00pm - Text Study/Discussion led by Deva Estin
3:00pm - Mindfulness Meditation led by Emily Herzlin
4:00 p.m.: Yizkor (Memorial services), Neilah (Concluding service) at approximately 4:45 p.m. followed by Havdalah and light Break the Fast

The Kinderlach (kids!)
A Children's learning program with wrap-around childcare will be available for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur morning services for ages 2-8. You can sign your kid(s) up for Rosh Hashanah morning HERE. Please note that we do need to have kids signed up in advance, so we can ensure appropriate coverage and supplies. Children will join us in the sanctuary for key moments on each morning. Kids of any age are always welcome to be with their parents in the sanctuary.

Rabbinical/education student Vanessa Harper has developed our new playful, hands-on program that she describes below:

What can apples, pomegranates, mirrors, and mythic birds teach us about introspection and teshuva, the practice of remembering to be our best selves for the New Year? You'd be surprised!

The children are invited to explore the symbols and themes of the High Holy Days through art, song, and movement with educator Jill Goldstein Smith and Malkhut parent and artist Jonny Goldstein.