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 – 6:45 pm Service, followed by Kiddush
 
 

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.
 
 

High Holidays Services & Events Schedule  5776 (2015 – 2016)

Selichot

Friday, September 11th –  Vail Interfaith Chapel (19 Vail Road, Vail, CO 81657)
5:30 pm Oneg
6:00 pm Service
7:00 pm Pizza & Discussion

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 13th – Vail Interfaith Chapel
7:00 pm Congregational Service

Rosh Hashanah

Monday, September 14th – Vail Interfaith Chapel
10:00 am – 12:00 pm Congregational Service
12:30 pm Tashlich Service immediately following on Gore Creek behind the Chapel.  Generously sponsored by Alice Leeds in loving memory of her father, Jack Leeds.
1:00 pm Luncheon at Ludwig's Restaurant in the Sonnenalp Resort ($40 adults, $18 children 12 and under
pre-payment required).  Generously underwritten by The Lautenberg Family Foundation.

Kol Nidre

Tuesday, September 22rd – Vail Interfaith Chapel  

7:00 pm Congregational Service

Yom Kippur

Wednesday, September 23rd – Morning Service at Vail Interfaith Chapel, Afternoon Service and Break Fast at Edwards Interfaith Chapel (32138 US Hwy 6, Edwards, CO 81632)
 
9:30 am – 12:00 pm Congregational Service concluding with Yizkor – Vail Interfaith Chapel
 
5:00 pm Discussion of the Book of Jonah  -  Edwards Interfaith Chapel
Before the Ne'ilah service,  at the close of our Yom Kippur Service, when the gates of prayer and repentance are opened for the last time, we read the story of Jonah and the Whale. Why do we read this text every year? How does this relate to us today?  Join us at 5:00 p.m. as Ken Wetcher chants from the Book of Jonah and leads us in a discussion of it's significance.

 

 

5:45 pm Ne'ila and Closing Services
6:45 pm Havdallah and Community Break-fast (free to participants, reservations requested), generously sponsored by The Futernick Family Foundation and The Stone Family.

Attendance

Most 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 contribution of $100 for one or $150 for both holidays.  Please note that "tickets" are not issued, we will check in attendees by name at the door, seating is on a first come, first serve basis.  

Yahrzeit

During our morning Yizkor service, names of deceased relatives will be read for all current members and registered guests.  Guests will have the opportunity to provide the names of loved ones being remembered.

Parking

For Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah  and Kol Nidre services, Vail Interfaith Chapel parking is limited. Please allow time to park in the Vail parking structure and walk to the chapel.  If walking is a problem you may drop off in front of the chapel or please consider valet parking across the street at the Sonnenalp Hotel.

Contact Info

For questions, directions, membership information or to purchase tickets for the High Holidays please contact Jeanne Whitney, Executive Director (970) 477-2992, admin@bnaivail.org  
Our offices are located in the building behind the Vail Interfaith Chapel at 19 Vail Road in Vail Village.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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