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Grand Prospect Hall
263 Prospect Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Not in NYC? Join our main worship from anywhere in the world via livestream!

ROSH HASHANAH / YOM KIPPUR / LAB/Jr. KIDS / FEASTS / PREP / FRee


ROSH HASHANAH


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Rosh Hashanah Evening

6:15pm
Welcome Reception
“Green Carpet” Photos
Apples & Honey & Wine

7:00pm–8:30pm
Main Worship

9:00pm–10:30pm
New Year Feast
(Separate Reservation Required)


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

Rosh Hashanah day 1

8:15am
Nosh & Coffee

9:00am–9:45am
Dawn Prayers and Psalms w/ Amichai & Eliana
Yoga-Inspired Morning Practice for all bodies w/ Stephen Kolbert of UWS Yoga
Lab/Jr. Family Friendly Worship 1-7 w/ Shira Kline
Lab/Jr. Family Friendly Worship 8-10 w/ Naomi Less
RTB Family Friendly Worship 11-13 w/ Rabbi Emily 

9:45am-12:30pm
Main Worship
Lab/Jr. Kids Programming

12:30pm
Kiddush: Meet, Greet, Challah & Honey

1:00pm-3:30pm
Bocce & Breadcrumbs: A New Years Lunch Celebration and Tashlich Ritual @ Greenwood Park & Greenwood Cemetary
(Separate Reservation Required)


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

Rosh Hashanah day 2

5:00pm-7:15pm
Down to the River: 9/11 Interfaith Ritual of Release & Remembrance @ Judson Memorial Church & Hudson River Park’s Pier 45
(Free - RSVP Required)

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YOM KIPPUR

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

Kol Nidrei / Yom Kippur Evening

6:15pm
Doors Open

7:00pm-8:30pm
Main Worship

9:00pm–10:30pm
Come To Gather: An Interactive Conversation w/ Rabbi Amichai, Priya ParkerCasper ter Kuile, and Julie Rice
(FREE - RSVP)

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

Yom Kippur Day

8:15am
Doors Open

9:00am–9:45am
Dawn Prayers and Psalms w/ Amichai & Eliana
Yoga-Inspired Morning Practice (for all bodies) w/ Stephen Kolbert of UWS Yoga
Lab/Jr. Family Friendly Worship 1-7 w/ Shira Kline
Lab/Jr. Family Friendly Worship 8-10 w/ Naomi Less
RTB Family Friendly Worship 11-13 w/ Rabbi Emily

9:45am-1:15pm
Main Worship (including optional Yizkor Memorial Ceremony 11:45am-12:15pm)
Lab/Jr. Kids Programming

2:30pm–3:30pm
The Open Circle: Restorative Guided Meditation w/ Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison & Sensei Robert Chodo Cambell of NYZCCC 
Raising the Bar: B Mitzvah Families meet w/ Amichai

4:00pm–5:30pm (FREE)
All-Faith Ritual for Justice and Peace

6:00pm–7:30pm (FREE)
Neilah Closing Worship

8:00pm–9:30pm
Break Fast Dinner Feast
(Separate Reservation Required)

 

COMMUNITY FEASTS

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Rosh Hashanah Evening New Year Feast
Sunday, September 9
9:00pm-10:30pm

Your holiday dinner, hassle free. Join Lab/Shul’s Ritual Team and leadership following worship for a catered pescatarian feast in Grand Prospect Hall’s historic Oak Room. Toast, sing, connect, relax, and feast.

Prices are $80 per adult including wine and $35 per child (12 and under) including soft drinks.

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Bocce & Breadcrumbs: Communal Lunch and Tashlich Shedding Ritual
Monday, September 10 / 1:00pm-3:30pm
Greenwood Park & Greenwood Cemetery

Join us after worship concludes for a family-friendly festive veggie lunch and outdoor games at Greenwood Park, just a short 8 min walk. After lunch we’ll walk together to Greenwood Cemetery lake to cast a circle and cast away the past (in the form of breadcrumbs), getting a clean start on the new year.

Prices are $60 per adult and $25 per child (12 and under), including non-alcoholic drinks.

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Yom Kippur Break Fast Dinner Feast
Wednesday, September 19
8:00pm-9:30pm

Your holiday dinner, hassle free. Join Lab/Shul’s Ritual Team and Board of Directors to break the fast following worship with a catered pescatarian dinner banquet in Grand Prospect Hall’s historic Oak Room. Toast, sing, connect, reflect, and feast.

Prices are $80 per adult including wine and $35 per child (12 and under) including soft drinks.


PREP

Prepent 2018: 40 Gates of Return
August 11 - September 19

Rabbi Amichai’s annual 40 day journey into the new year, with daily reflections for contemplation and return to center. This year's theme: “40 Gates of Return: daily thresholds into a more intentional and inspired new Jewish year."

Join the journey: Follow Rabbi Amichai on Instagram or Facebook. No social media? No problem! You can follow the journey in any web browser here.

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Sit + Sorry: A Jewish & Zen Buddhist Night of Forgiveness 
Saturday, September 1
7:30pm-10:00pm

Inspired by Selichot, an intimate sacred night of deep reflection, shared traditions, and spiritual preparation together with the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care.

RESERVE YOUR SEAT: $25 / FREE for SeasonPass Co-Creators or NYZCCC Formal Zen Students


SPECIAL FREE EVENTS

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Down to the River: 9/11 Interfaith Ritual of Release & Remembrance
Tuesday, September 11 / Rosh Hashanah Day 2 / 5:00pm-7:15pm
Judson Memorial ChurchHudson River Park’s Pier 45

All ages and all faiths are invited to join Lab/Shul, Judson Memorial Church, and our faith partners to mark 9/11 and start the new Jewish year with rituals of release and remembrance in sacred solidarity. We will gather at Judson Memorial Church for songs, stories, and forward-looking intentions from all traditions, then march with mindfulness to the Hudson River at the Hudson River Park’s Pier 45 for a sunset ceremony. 

Free - RSVP Required

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Come To Gather: An Interactive Conversation On Reactivating the Human Art of Gathering
Tuesday, September 18 / Kol Nidrei / 9:00pm–10:30pm
@ Grand Prospect Hall

In an increasingly fractured era, how do we honor our tribal loyalties while widening our circle of care beyond ourselves? How do we find, create, and rethink our circles of meaning and belonging? An inspiring interactive conversation Rabbi Amichai and special guests Priya Parker, author of The Art of Gathering, Casper ter Kuile, co-author of How We Gather and Director of Possibility at the On Being Impact Lab, and Julie Rice (co-founder of SoulCycle and Chief Brand Officer of WeWork).

Free - RSVP Required

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UNSCROLLED: Circle Up and Whack the Willows!
Sunday, September 30 / Sukkot / 2:30pm-5:00pm
United Palace of Spiritual Arts

Join Lab/Shul, United Palace of Spiritual Arts, and the Parliament of the World’s Religions for a unique, interactive and musical ritual marking the end of the High Holy Days Season, celebrating the secrets of Torah and blessing the Earth. All ages, all faiths.

Free - RSVP Required