Where to attend Selichot services in Northeast Ohio – Cleveland Jewish News

Posted By on September 11, 2020

Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple

Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple will hold virtual Selichot programming beginning at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12.

Featuring the temples newest clergy member, Cantor Vladimir Lapin, he and Rabbi Joshua Caruso will begin with a Havdalah ceremony. The virtual and evening service will also focus on the High Holiday liturgy.

To watch the service, visit fairmounttemple.org at the service time and click Live Streaming on that page.

For more information, call 216-464-1330.

Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple is in Beachwood.

Bnai Jeshurun Congregation will hold virtual Selichot programming at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 12 via Zoom.

Featuring Cantor Aaron Shifman and guest Neshama Carlebach, attendees will participate in an evening of song and reflection. Carlebach will join the programming via a pre-recorded message.

Those interested in attending should visit bnaijeshurun.org or call the temples office at 216-831-6555 to obtain the meeting ID and password.

Bnai Jeshurun Congregation is in Pepper Pike.

Beth El-The Heights Synagogue will begin Selichot programming at 9:30 p.m. Sept. 12 via Zoom.

Havdalah will be followed by a pre-High Holy Day learning session with Rabbi Michael Ungar on How to Thrive (not just survive) Through the High Holy Days at Beth El-The Heights Synagogue This Year. The service will follow around 10:30 p.m.

For more information and for meeting log-in information, visit bethelheights.org or call the temple office at 216-320-9667.

Beth El-The Heights Synagogue is in Cleveland Heights.

Beth Israel-The West Temple will hold its Selichot program at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12 via Zoom.

Led by Rabbi Enid Lader and Larry Sheir, A Taste of Mussar Like the Sweet Taste of Honey will feature Greg Marcus. He is a practitioner, facilitator and innovator of American Mussar, a 21st century spiritual practice for an authentic and meaningful life. He is also a rabbi-in-training.

For more information and meeting log-in information, visit thewesttemple.com or call the office at 216-941-8882.

Beth Israel-The West Temple is in Cleveland.

Chabad of Greater Cleveland will hold Selichot services at 1 a.m. Sept. 12, and at 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. Sept. 14 to Sept. 17.

Services will be held in person, with outdoor and indoor seating available. Seats need to be reserved by emailing Tracey Berger at tracey.chabad@gmail.com.

Chabad of Greater Cleveland is at 2479 S. Green Road in Beachwood.

Congregation Shaarey Tikvah will participate in The Conservative Movements Selichot programming at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 12.

Called Selihot Night Live, the program will be live-streamed via Zoom. Over 60 rabbis and cantors will present, and participants have the option to join six different services, several musical presentations and over 30 different classes.

For more information, visit shaareytikvah.org or cjselihot.org.

Congregation Shaarey Tikvah is in Beachwood.

Fromovitz Chabad Center will hold its Selichot service at 11:30 p.m. Sept. 12 at 23711 Chagrin Blvd. in Beachwood.

Services will be held in person and are free, but RSVPs are highly recommended. No tickets are necessary.

For more information, visit clevelandjewishlearning.com.

jHUB will hold its Hearts and Crafts: A (socially distant) Selichot Experience from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12 at Edgewater Park in Cleveland.

Participants will take part in pottery decorating and mindful reflection for young adults. The group will celebrate Havdalah and engage with kintsugi, the Japanese art of finding beauty in brokenness. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own dinner and picnic blanket or towel. A $5 fee will cover all of the needed programming supplies.

Attendees are required to wear masks when not eating or drinking.

For more information, email Rabbi Chase Foster at cfoster@jecc.org. Those interested can RSVP at bit.ly/31Tz3W5.

Kol HaLev, Clevelands Reconstructionist Jewish Community, will hold an online Havdalah and Selichot service for its members at 8 p.m. Sept. 12.

The link to join the service can be found in members weekly email update. This service may also be live streamed, so those interested can visit kolhalev.net/high-holy-days closer to the service date for updated information.

Kol HaLev is in Pepper Pike.

Park Synagogue will hold a Selichot service from 8 to 9:15 p.m. Sept. 12 via Zoom.

Titled Sneak Preview of the Music of the High Holy Days, the service will also feature guest speaker Ohio House District 37 representative Casey Weinstein on The Challenge of a Jew in Public Office.

Members will receive a Zoom link.

For more information, visit parksynagogue.org, or call the synagogue office at 216-371-2244.

Park Synagogue is in Cleveland Heights and Pepper Pike.

Temple Beth Shalom will hold a Selichot Zoom discussion and service at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12.

The service will originate from the temple and be broadcasted to Zoom, with Rabbi Michael Ross and Cantorial Soloist Robin Selinger leading the service. All congregants will participate remotely.

For more information, visit tbshudson.org.

Temple Beth Shalom is in Hudson.

Temple Emanu El will hold its Selichot service at 8:30 p.m. Sept. 12 via Zoom.

To get the meeting ID and the password, visit teecleve.org or call 216-454-1300.

Temple Emanu El is in Orange.

Temple Israel will host a drive-in Selichot service at 7 p.m. Sept. 12 at 91 Springside Drive in Bath Township.

There will also be a gift bag and prayerbook pickup opportunity. To physically attend the drive-in service, attendees must register for one of the 48 available parking spaces. One ticket means one parking space for a car, truck or SUV. The only exception is one parking space for two motorcycles ridden by members of the same household. An email message with registration information will be sent days prior to the service. Attendees must remain in their vehicles, which should have members of the same household. Ridesharing is not recommended, and restrooms will not be available.

The service will also be livestreamed. For more information on the livestreamed service, visit bit.ly/3gPMVol.

For more information, visit templeisraelakron.org.

The Temple-Tifereth Israel will hold its Selichot programming from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Sept. 12 virtually via a livestream.

Titled A Special Selichot Experience, the evening was organized by the Racial Justice Task Force of The Temple-Tifereth Israel. From 7 to 8:15 p.m., Deborah L. Plummer will speak on Becoming a Better Anti-Racist. She is an international leader in the field of diversity and inclusion, as well as an author. Her most recent book, Some of My Friends Are... will be available to temple members at a discounted price.

Following the conversation with Plummer, there will be a Havdalah and Selichot service from 8:30 until 9:30, featuring music on the theme of racial justice presented by the temples clergy and members of the racial justice task force.

For more information or to view the livestream, visit bit.ly/TTTI-Chapel.

All are welcome.

The Temple-Tifereth Israel is in Beachwood.

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