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Louisianna

Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf High Holy Day Services for 5761 will be held at the GLAD Auditorium at 2222 Laverna Ave. LA

Friday evening Sept 29 at 8:00 pm-Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sat. morning, Sept 30 at 10:00 am-Rosh Hashanah
Sunday evening, Oct 8 at 8:00 pm-Kol Nidre
Monday, Oct 9 at 10:00 am Yom Kippur all day
Monday Morning services 10:00am-noon, Break 12:00-1:00, Discussion 1:00-2:30pm , Afternoon: Yizkor and Neilah services 3:00 pm, break-the-fast to follow when afternoon services are finished.

No Charge to members who have paid at least half their dues and no charge to students with ID. For non-members the tickets are $50.00

Members will soon be receiving a packet of information with directions, tickets and your parts to sign.

We are planning a a very special service this year with more involvement from our members. Roz Robinson will lead services as our "student rabbi" signing herself so you won't have to watch an interpreter. Elaine Aikins will be our sign cantor as usual, Pete Robinson and James Kalivoda will be our voice cantors and shofar blowers. Charles Katz will lead the Yom Kippur afternoon discussion talking about, "Jewish Deaf Culture". We will have a light break-the-fast after Yom Kippur services. Anyone who wants to participate with a part to sign who has not already RSVP'ed please contact Jan now and tell her which service you plan to attend.

Anyone wishing to have their loved ones listed in the Yizkor Memorial Book for Yom Kippur, please give the names to Jean Greenberg with $5.00 for each name.

We look forward to seeing you all for the New Year!

Thanks, Jan
JSee2@aol.com

New Jersey

High Holiday Interpreted Services Schedule

Temple Emeth
1666 Windsor Rd
Teaneck, NJ
(201) 833-8466 (v)

Rosh HaShana Saturday, September 30, children's service, 2:30 pm
Yom Kippur, Monday, October 9, children's service, 2:15 pm
Tickets are not required.

Sukkot, October 13, 7:30 pm
Simchat Torah, October 20, 7:30 pm

Interpreter: Judy Jonas

New York

Brooklyn Hebrew Society of the Deaf, Inc.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Proudly announces...Rabbi Fred Friedman's 15th Year with BHSD, Inc.

Saturday September 30, 2000
9:00AM - 1:30PM

Sunday October 1, 2000
9:00AM - 3:30PM

Monday October 9, 2000
9:00AM - Dusk

Sermons will be given between the services at The Hebrew Educational Society Building
9502 Seaview Avenue at East 95th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11236

Please buy your tickets in advance. Members: $25 NonMembers: $30
For more information: Contact Sara Sue Penn (718) 358-5441 TTY/Fax

Temple Emanuel of New Hyde Park
3315 Hillside Avenue
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
A Liberal Reform Jewish Congregation

Invites the Deaf and Hard of Hearing to Join Us at our High Holiday Service

An American Sign Language Interpreter will be present at the following services
Rosh Hashonah Friday Evening September 29th 8:00 p.m.
Rosh Hashonah Saturday Morning September 30th 10:00 a.m.
Kol Nidre Eve Sunday Evening October 8th 7:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur Monday Morning October 9th 10:00 a.m.
Yom Kippur Monday Afternoon October 9th 4:00 p.m.
Yiskor-Concluding Monday Evening October 9th 5:00 p.m.

Assitive listiening system is available for the Hard of Hearing

Come Worship with us
Renew Your attatchment to Judaism and to your Jewish Spirituality

for information and tickets call Eve's
Day Time 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. TDD 1-212-820-4607
Email:lijcd@yahoo.com

Temple Emanuel of New Hyde Park is pleased to provide accessible High Holiday Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community.

Donations to our sign language interpreter fund are appreciated to continue this program

Beth El Synagogue Center in New Rochelle will be holding interpreted services for the High Holidays.

Rosh Hashannah
Saturday, September 30, starting at 10:00AM
Sunday, October 1, starting at 10:00AM
Yom Kippur
Sunday, October 8, starting at 6:00PM
Monday, October 9, starting at 10:00AM
For further information or directions, contact Jonathan Meyer, jdm@jdm.net, or fax at 914-699-6954, or voice at 914-664-5581.

Washington

Congregation Bet Mishpachah is pleased to announce that many of its services during the High Holy Day season will be sign language interpreted. It is important to note the location of each service, because due to the need for additional space at this time of the year, our services are held in a variety of buildings:

Erev Rosh Hashanah September 29, 2000, starting at 8 PM
Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street NW, Washington, DC

Rosh Hashanah, September 30, 2000, starting at 10 AM
Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street NW, Washington DC

Shabbat Shuva, October 6, 2000, starting at 8:30 PM
DC Jewish Community Center, 16th and Q Streets NW, Washington, DC

Kol Nidre, October 8, 2000, starting at 7 PM
National City Christian Church, 14th and Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Yom Kippur, October 9, 2000, at 10 AM, Morning and Yizkor services
National City Christian Church, 14th and Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

Yom Kippur, October 9, 2000, at 4:30 PM, Mincha and N'ila services
National City Christian Church, 14th and Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC

In addition, if a request is made by September 18, 2000 to sign@betmishpachah.org, the services for the second night and day of Rosh Hashanah will also be sign language interpreted. Those services will be held at:

Rosh Hashanah, September 30, 2000 starting at 8 PM
DC Jewish Community Center, 16th and Q Streets NW, Washington, DC

Rosh Hashanah, October 1, 2000, starting at 10 AM
DC Jewish Community Center, 16th and Q Streets NW, Washington, DC

Congregation Bet Mishpachah also conducts sign language interpreted services on the first Friday of every month at the DC Jewish Community Center, 16th and Q Streets NW, Washington, DC. For more information about interpreted services at Bet Mishpachah, you may contact sign@betmishpachah.org. Tickets for services at Congregation Bet Mishpachah for non-members during the High Holy Days are available in advance by contacting the Congregation's Web site, http://betmishpachah.org. Tickets are also available at the door at the beginning of each service. All non-members are asked to make a donation in return for tickets, and while a suggested amount is $100 or $36 per ticket for persons with low income, no one is turned away who wishes to attend our services. For more information about High Holy Day services this year at Bet Mishpachah, call the synagogue at 202-833-1638 and wait for the prompt about High Holy Days, or go to our web site, hhd@betmishpachah.org.

Bet Mishpachah is an egalitarian Jewish Congregation of gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered persons and their families and friends. Established in 1975, the congregation began by meeting in congregants' homes for Friday night Sabbath services once a month. Now, nearly 400 strong, the Congregation holds services every Friday night and once a month on Saturday mornings at its home in the historic DC Jewish Community Center at 16th and Q Streets NW. For more information about our congregation, you may contact us at our Web site, http://betmishpachah.org or at our office phone, 202-833-1638.

Tifereth Israel, a Conservative and egalitarian congregation in Washington, DC will have interpreters for the following services:

Rosh Hashanah, 1st day: 10 am to 1 p.m. for adults in the Cherner Auditorium and 10 am to 1 p.m. for junior congregation (9-12 year olds)
Kol Nidre 6:25 pm to 9 p.m.for junior congregation only
Yom Kippur Day 10 am to 1 pm for adults and 10 am to 1 pm for junior congregation

Tifereth Israel is at 7701 16th Street, NW. voice (202) 723-4776 TTD (202) 882-7041. email: infor@tifereth-israel.org.
If you need an interpreter for the second day of Rosh Hashanah or for adults on Kol Nidre, please contact the synagogue.
It can be reached by S-2 Metrobus (toward Silver Spring) or transfer to the S-2 southbound from Silver Spring Metro.

Pennsylvania

I will be interpreting the High Holidays at Keneseth Israel Synagogue on Old York Road In Elkins Park, PA. This will be both on Sat. Sept. 30 at 10:30AM and on Mon. 10/9, same time. I will be interpreting an all English service headed by Rabbi David Maharam for the HAD (Hebrew Association of the Deaf members).

Also, at 1:15PM on these same dates I will be interpreting at Temple Shir Ami on Richboro Road in Newtown, PA their Families Together Service. This is a Hebrew and English service.

Thank you for posting this so others can come. Unfortunately Shir Ami will require "tickets" to get in but I am sure the HAD service would be open.

Also, I interpret at Shir Ami once/month for their Family Services (Hebrew and English) on Friday evening and anyone that wishes may come. Same with HAD (once per month) for a Saturday morning service (English). HAD's location is on Castor Ave. in Philadelphia. Anyone wanting an exact schedule of dates for these services may email me at: w.raditz@worldnet.att.net

Beth El Synagogue Center in New Rochelle will be holding interpreted services for the High Holidays.

Rosh Hashannah
Saturday, September 30, starting at 10:00AM
Sunday, October 1, starting at 10:00AM
Yom Kippur
Sunday, October 8, starting at 6:00PM
Monday, October 9, starting at 10:00AM
For further information or directions, contact Jonathan Meyer, jdm@jdm.net, or fax at 914-699-6954, or voice at 914-664-5581.













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