Virtual ASL High Holidays 2020 | 5781

Join us for a spiritual, reflective, interactive andhighly participatory holiday experience on Zoom webinar.

Hillel at Gallaudet is excited to partner with the Washington Society of Jewish Deaf once again for these events. 

After you register for each service and break out group below, you will receive a confirmation email witha unique link for each event.
Voice interpreters and captioning will be available.

Volunteers Needed: If you would like to be assigned a prayer or a reading,please contact Hillel Goldberg, Service Facilitator, ASL High Holy Days.
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Erev Rosh Hashanah Service by Hillel at GallaudetFriday, September 18, 7:00 PM
Register for the service at this link.
For more information, emailHillel at Gallaudet at
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Morning Rosh Hashanah Service and Breakout Groupby WSJDSaturday, September 19, 10:30 AM
Register for the service at this link. Register for the break out group here.
For more information, email WSJD.

Closing Yom Kippur Serviceby WSJDMonday, September 28, 5:30 PM
Register for the service at this link.
For more information, email WSJD.

Remember your loved ones no longer physically present at the closing Yom Kippur service.
To list your loved ones, fill out the online form here and donate at WSJD’s website.
If you prefer to pay by check, fill out and mail the downloadable form available at this link.

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WSJD and Hillel at Gallaudet are 501(C)3 tax-deductible non-profit organizations.
Hillel @ Gallaudet promotes inclusive Jewish educational, religious, social, cultural, and communal activities at Gallaudet University by creating opportunities for diverse expressions of Jewish life among students

Washington Society of Jewish Deaf (WSJD)  serves cultural, social and educational needs of the Jewish Deaf and hard of hearing community of the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. The WSJD Community welcomes the participation of Jewish Deaf adults, Kids of Deaf Adults, Children of Deaf Adults, non-Deaf parents of Deaf children, interfaith couples and families, people of all abilities, backgrounds, gender identities, and sexual orientations, all of whom reside in or outside the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.