Cambridge Minyan High Holidays 5779
We hope that you will join us for spirited davening and thoughtful divrei Torah on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur—at First Parish (3 Church St., Harvard Square). After much consideration and a months-long planning process, we’re excited to expand our programming and welcome 5779 together as a community!

Rosh Hashanah morning services on 9/10/2018 and 9/11/2018 will start at 8:30 am. Kol Nidre on 9/18/2018 will start at 6:15 pm. Yom Kippur morning services on 9/19/2018 will start at 8:30 am and afternoon services will start at 4:30 pm.

At the bottom of this form is space for you to write any questions or comments. You can also contact us at info@cambridgeminyan.org with any questions.

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Babysitting
We are working to arrange childcare for children ages 2 and up. You must pre-register to guarantee a spot. While we will not be providing care for children under the age of 2, parents with children in that age range are welcome to use the childcare space.
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Sanctuary Fund
Cambridge Minyan is part of the Cambridge Interfaith Sanctuary Coalition, which offers space and resources for families fleeing from unjust deportation. If you would like to make a donation to support this work, select "Yes" below.

On the next screen, you will have an opportunity to specify how much you would like to contribute to the sanctuary fund.

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Payment for High Holiday Services
After submitting this form, click the "Payment" button that appears above to make a suggested donation of $118 / person for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. If you are only attending one of the holidays (e.g. Rosh Hashanah but not Yom Kippur or vice versa), we suggest $72
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