Ahava: A Spiritual Experience in the Jewish Tradition:

Rosh Hashanah 2020 Morning Service

September 19, 2020 Newton Free
(Photo: photovs/iStock)
(Photo: photovs/iStock)

“Simply one of the most beautiful High Holiday services I have ever attended. Cantor Jacqui has done a wonderful job of designing the services. Her beautiful voice resonates so exquisitely. People need to know that this is undoubtedly the best-kept High Holiday secret in the Boston area.”
—Peter Goodman

Ahava, a community serving unaffiliated Jews and those who love them, invites you and your family to High Holiday services led by Cantor Jacqueline Breines.

We will worship together at the Newton Cultural Center and War Memorial Auditorium inside Newton City Hall.

No membership or tickets required. Donations gratefully accepted.

For more information on Ahava’s High Holiday services, please click here.

Please supply your own Mishkan Hanefesh Machzor (prayer book). You will need this particular machzor to follow along and participate in the service. Order information can be found on Ahava’s High Holiday page.

Do you need a ride? Contact us at office@ahavaonline.org or 617-213-7911 and we will help you find one!

Are you a skilled shofar blower who would like to participate in our services? Contact Cantor Jacqui at cantor@ahavaonline.org or 617-213-7911.

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Saturday, September 19, 2020, 10:30 am - 12:45 pm
Newton Cultural Center
1000 Commonwealth Ave
Newton, MA 02459

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