Oseh Shalom

Welcome! Want to try our services or events? Contact us. Our High Holy Day Registration is open! Guests welcome! New to Oseh? View our short YouTube video. Need support after an illness or baby? Contact Caring and Support. You must be vaccinated and boostered to attend in person events per our COVID policy.

High Holy Days & Festivals

High Holy Days & Festivals

On-line registration for the High Holy Days is now open! See options below. We look forward to sharing this joyful and thoughtful time with you!

Oseh Shalom celebrates the High Holy Days with awe and joy.  Join us in person if possible but on Zoom if your health or safety necessitates that choice. We offer programs geared to families, youth and teens with uplifting services filled with music, movement, prayer and fun. Family services are for toddlers and elementary age students. Teen services are for grades 6–12.

JOIN US! Below are the Presidents’ Welcome Letter and High Holy Day (HHD) Forms

In addition to festival services, Oseh enriches this special time with the events below:

Attending on Zoom Only? Here are the links to the materials.

2023/5784 Drashes

  • Erev Rosh Hashanah: Rabbi Daria:  “Creation, Crises, and Deepest Desires,”
    Celebrating the miracles of creation, and courageously facing the crises that threaten us- and all of creation- can help us attune to our unique inner motivations and deepest desires,
    Guide to reflecting upon your deepest desires.
  • Rosh Hashanah Day 1 – Rabbi Josh: “Rosh Hashanah Prayers as One Answer to our Existential Situation”: Rosh Hashanah prayers (U’netanah Tokef, Malshuyot, Zochronot and Shofarof) can be a good way of getting in touch with and responding to our existential situation as Jews and human beings.  Watch Video
  • Rosh Hashanah Day 1 – President’s Message – Watch Video
  • Rosh Hashanah Day 2 Torah Discussion – Rabbi Josh: led the discussion “Teshuvah, Maimonides and Psychotherapy“. Using the writing of spiritual teacher Estelle Frankel, we explored Maimonides’ ideas of the basic steps of teshuvah from a psychotherapeutic framework.
  • Kol Nidre – Rabbi Daria:  “A Bee on the Knee: Courage and Teshuvah.”  Every year at this season, one of the central High Holy day prayers lifts up the importance of the Jewish practice of teshuvah. What does this practice actually ask of us, and what is the vision of possibility it holds out for us?
  • Yom Kippur Day – Rabbi Josh: Striving for Sacred Speech that Does No Harm: Yom Kippur and Beyond.”  In this sermon, Rabbi Josh discussed some of the issues of Jewish speech ethics related to our Yom Kippur liturgy and focused on the contemporary example of micro-aggressions.

Calendar of Events, Contact Us, Drashes

See our Calendar for all our programs and services throughout the year. We are always adding more so stop back often.