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Rosh Hashanah 5783: Day 1

September 26

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We are so looking forward to this year’s High Holy Days together, celebrating a New Year in deep gratitude and joy, reflection and learning, support and warm connection with each other.  

*Please note, we do not accept money transactions at the door during High Holydays for tickets or membership purchases. If you have any questions, please contact Kathy at info@djctoronto.com

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**Please note, Zoom info for ticketed services and programs will be sent to those who register through a DJC membership or individual service tickets. For in-person gatherings, please bring a mask.**

DJC Machzor

High Holyday Supplement


🖥️ = Online

👫 = In-person

Dawn Service at the Evergreen Brick Works 👫
6:30 – 7:30 AM


A morning service, with blessings, shofar blowing, and discussion.

Family Service 👫
9 – 9:45 AM

We will lead families with children in creative and interactive song, prayer, teachings, and stories!

Rosh Hashanah Youth Programming 👫

10 AM – 12:45 PM

Accommodations: if you think your child needs one-to-one support to have an enjoyable experience in the Youth Program, please note that we can’t provide that support in the context of this program and we would encourage you to send someone to support your child. 

Rosh Hashanah Youth Service for ages 9-13 👫

10 AM – 10:45 PM

Rosh Hashanah First Day Main Service 👫 🖥️ 
10 AM – 12:45 PM

Join us for our main Rosh Hashanah service.

Teen Discussion 👫
11 AM – 12 PM

Step out of our main service to join other teenagers in the DJC community on Zoom for a thought-provoking and interactive session to celebrate Rosh Hashanah!

Tashlich at the Evergreen Brick Works (see map here) 👫
3:30 – 4:30 PM
Turn at the traffic lights on Bayview into the main entrance of Brick Works.  We will meet near the WEST Parking Lot at the end of that short road. Tashlich is an outdoor ritual in which we cast away our wrongs and regrets into ‘living waters’. For environmental reasons, we’ll use stones, instead of the traditional breadcrumbs.


Eastminster / MULTIPLE ROOMS
310 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M4K 2X4 Canada


Danforth Jewish Circle
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Accessibility Notes
All main services will include live closed captioning. For other services and programs, closed captioning can be provided upon advanced request. DJC has a scent free policy, so please refrain from wearing scented products. Please email DJCAccessibilityInitiative@gmail.com for more details.
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