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High Holy Days 5784/2023Join us for worship and celebration.May this time be one of wholenessand of growth.  

Saturday, September 9

7:00 pm

Selichot Worship

Friday, September 15

 6:00 pm

Erev Rosh Hashanah Worship followed by Potluck

Saturday, September 16

10:30 am

Rosh Hashanah Worship 


10:30 am

Children’s Program



Tashlich for all ages following worship @ Lincoln Bridge

Sunday, September 24

 7:30 pm

Kol Nidre: Erev Yom Kippur Worship

Monday, September 25

10:30 am

Yom Kippur Worship, including Yizkor


10:30 am

Children’s Program


 2:00 pm

Meditative Hike up Mt. Tom


 2:00 pm

Study Session


 5:30 pm

Ne’ilah and Kiddush (all are welcome)

Sunday, October 1

10:30 am

Sukkah Building -Please join in the mitzvah

Friday, October 6

 5:30 pm

 7:00 pm  

Pot Luck in the Sukkah & Simchat Torah

Shabbat and Simchat Torah Service


May we "give heed to the still small voice that calls us to seek out those situations

where we yearn for a second chance to make things right.

May the results exceed our hopes."

David Arnow, Choosing Hope


Participating in the gorgeous cycle of the Jewish year is a mitzvah. We are invited weekly to enter Shabbat and throughout the year to celebrate our three festivals and journey together through the ten days of Awe. Nothing is more glorious than celebrating Sukkot in our field, Tashlich on the Ottauquechee River, or hearing the shofar blown in our gorgeous sanctuary.   

Our Chanukah is usually capacity filled with lights ablaze for our annual celebration.  We celebrated eight nights  with a focus on Social Justice and bringing light to the world.  We celebrate together indoors and outdoors with a joy filled party at Shir ShalomVT.

Our Passover potlucks bring over a hundred folks together to share in the telling of our story, remembering that we too were slaves in Egypt. What obligations do we carry? What are we called upon to do?   

Come and unroll the Torah with us on Simchat Torah, dance with her, engage with her, let her teachings hold you as you visit with friends old and new on a sacred journey together.   

Thu, December 7 2023 24 Kislev 5784