by jeanne on Aug.13, 2014, under General

Please join us for Shabbat Services EVERY Friday night
Vail Interfaith Chapel – 19 Vail Road, Vail, CO
5:30, Oneg and meet & greet downstairs
6:00 – 6:45pm Service, followed by Kiddush
High Holiday Information

5775 (2014-2015)

All memberships include high Holiday tickets. Visiting family members are welcome to attend services for a minimum contribution of $50 per adult; guests are requested to make a minimum of $100 for one or $150 for both holidays.

Participation Honors
Our community values the participation of as many members as possible! During High Holiday Services, you can contribute by reading Torah or a passage in English, helping as an usher, sounding the shofar or volunteering to help with the children’s programs. Your teen is also encouraged to participate. 

Preparation for High Holidays will be part of the Friday night service on September 19th at the Vail Chapel. 5:30 pm Oneg followed by a service. Pizza and discussion will follow.

Rosh Hashanah Luncheon
Immediately following the Tashlich Service, we will gather for our annual Rosh Hashanah Luncheon at Ludwig’s Restaurant in The Sonnenalp Resort. Thanks to the generosity of The Lautenberg Family Foundation, costs for the luncheon are only $35 per adult and $18 per child (12 and under). Space is limited and will fill quickly, so please RSVP to Jeanne at the B'nai Vail office.  Your payment is your reservation.

Yom Kippur Break Fast
Our community break-fast, sponsored by The Futernick Family Foundation and The Stone family, will be in the Edwards Chapel immediately following the Ne’ilah and Havdallah services on October 4th. The catered event is free to participants, but please RSVP to Jeanne at the B'nai Vail office so we may plan accordingly.

Friday, September 19th - Vail Chapel
5:30pm Oneg
6:00pm Service
7:00pm Pizza and Discussion

Erev Rosh Hashanah
Wednesday,  September  24th  -  Vail Chapel
7:00pm Congregational Service

Rosh Hashanah
Thursday, September 25th - Vail Chapel*
10:00am - 12:00pm   Congregational Service - Children’s programming will run concurrently.
12:30pm Tashlich Service immediately following on Gore Creek behind the Chapel.
1:00pm   Luncheon at Ludwig’s Restaurant in the Sonnenalp Resort (pre-payment required)

Kol Nidre
Friday,  October  3rd  - Vail Chapel
7:00pm Congregational Service

Yom Kippur
Saturday, October 4th - Edwards Chapel*
9:30am - 12:00pm   Congregational Service concluding with Yizkor. Children’s programming will run concurrently.
4:00pm  Service resumes
4:45pm   Jonah
5:45pm   Ne’ila and Closing Services
6:45pm   Havdallah and Community Break-fast (reservations requested)

*Childcare provided, reservations required.

Directions to the Vail Interfaith Chapel
       - From I-70 take exit 176
       - Head East on South Frontage Road to the Vail Parking Structure
         (very limited parking will be available at the Vail Chapel)
       - The Vail Chapel is located at 19 Vail Road, next to Firstbank
          and across the street from the Sonnenalp Hotel.  The Chapel
          is a 10 minute walk from the Vail Parking Structure.
Directions to Edwards Interfaith Chapel
From I-70 take exit 163
- Continue South onto Edwards Access Road
Turn right onto US Hwy 6 West
- Follow US Hwy 6 West for 1.8 miles
- The Chapel is located at 32138 US Hwy 6

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