Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope
Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope

High Holidays 5783 / 2022

Ma'yan Tikvah's High Holiday services are always unique because they are primarily outdoors. We are creating varied opportunities, so choose what works best for you and your family! 

 

Registration will soon be open and required for all services. When you click the appropriate registration link, you will see a list of all the options and will be able to check those events you wish to attend.

 

We are limiting the size of groups for the walks, so you will be asked to provide your first and second choice of times.

 

Because everything is outdoors, Ma'yan Tikvah's High Holiday plans are subject to change due to weather. You will be informed of our contingency plans upon registration, and will be notified of any changes.

Rosh HaShanah       Monday, September 26 Nobscot Scout Reservation   1 Nobscot Road, Sudbury

9:30-11:00 AM  Walks 

11:30-12:45 Torah and Shofar service

1:00-2:00 Communal lunch 

 

Walks will focus on connecting to the natural world and themes of Rosh HaShanah, with shofar blowing.

Some walks will be geared to families and others more toward adults. Walks will be led by Rabbi Katy and members of the Ma'yan Tikvah community. Groups will be limited to about 15 people. 

 

Outdoor service will include Torah reading, traditional prayers, discussion, and shofar blowing

All ages are welcome.

 

Potluck lunch: Bring a dish to share, your own plates and utensils and drinks and drink and we'll share a meal together outside.

Rosh HaShanah      Tuesday, September 27 Location TBD

10:00-11:30 AM

Guided walk with themes of Rosh HaShanah, shofar blowing and tashlich

The walk will focus on connecting to the natural world and themes of Rosh HaShanah. Some walks will be geared to families and others more toward adults. Walks will be led by teacher Nina Katz. The group will be limited to about 15 people. 

Kol Nidre, Erev Yom Kippur Tuesday, October 4          

6:45-8:15 PM

This will be a mostly indoor service open to members and friends. It will include Kol Nidre and other traditional prayers and a discussion.

Yom Kippur Day       Wednesday, October 5 Nobscot Scout Reservation   1 Nobscot Road, Sudbury

9:30-11:00 AM  Walks 

11:30-1:00 Outdoor service

 

Walks will focus on connecting to the natural world and themes of Yom Kippur. Some walks will be geared to families and others more toward adults. Walks will be led by Rabbi Katy and Educators Lizzy Cantor and Danielle Smith. Groups will be limited to about 15 people. 

 

Outdoor service will include Torah reading, traditional prayers, discussion, and Yizkor.

All ages are welcome.

Non-Member Suggested High Holiday Donations
  All events One event only
             Single person     $200      $100
             Couple     $300      $150

             Family of four

    $400

     $200

             Student        $36       $36
The amounts listed are suggested donations for attending Ma'yan Tikvah's unique outdoor High Holiday servicesWe invite you to give more if you can and understand if you need to give less. We appreciate your support; please  know that your donation helps Ma'yan Tikvah stay open all year long. 
 
If you decide later in the year to join, your High Holiday donation will be credited toward membership. 
 
You may make your donation online here (please add 3% to cover processing) or send a check to Ma'yan Tikvah,  c/o Steve Garone, 179 Lakeshore Drive, Wayland, MA 01778
 
For more information, email Ma'yan Tikvah or call 508-358-5996. 
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Upcoming Outdoor Services & Other Events

 

As a Falling Leaf: Letting Go and Slowing Down, selected Friday evenings at 6:00 PM.

 

Shabbat Morning Walks, selected Saturday mornings at 10:30 AM.

 

RSVP for locations and Zoom links. 

 

 

 

Where to Find Us

 

Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope

Wayland, MA 

508.358.5996

rabbi@mayantikvah.org

 

www.mayantikvah.

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Affiliated with the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts

 

 

 

 

 

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