The High Holy Days at MCJC are unique and special. Our own members lead the services, making these co-creative and empowering experiences for all. Make this the year you become part of what makes the High Holy Days such a special time at MCJC. Volunteer to take a role in making them happen. Indicate your interest in the form below.
We welcome non-members and guests to share the High Holy Days with us, but ask that you RSVP in advance and consider making a donation to MCJC. You can make those High Holy Day payments and others below.
For more information, please contact Rabbi Tom email@example.com.
I. MAKE YOUR PAYMENTS AND DONATIONS
The MCJC High Holy Days greeting card offers an easy way to fulfill the long-standing tradition of offering New Year’s greetings to friends and family.
If you would like to include your name/s in the card we send to members and friends, please complete the form below. This form also gives you the opportunity to provide names of loved ones for the Yizkor booklet and to sign up for the Break-the-Fast.
New for 2018: Easy online submissions. When you submit the form below, you can pay securely at the same time! Use the Payment Button below the first form. Your credit card (or PayPal account) payment is secure with PayPal.
If you wish to mail in or drop off your payment to MCJC, please have in by AUGUST 6 (MCJC, 8617 Ridgefield Rd., Crystal Lake, IL 60012).
FOR SECURE CREDIT CARD & PAYPAL PAYMENTS
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HIGH HOLY DAYS ONLINE CONTRIBUTIONS & PAYMENTS CHECKLIST
II. VOLUNTEER TO HELP OUT OR TAKE PART IN THE SERVICE
Rabbi Shimon the Righteous talks about the 3 “pillars” upon which the world rests: Torah, Avodah (Worship,) and Gimilut Hassadim (Acts of Lovingkindess). Pirkei Avot 1:2
MCJC can always use your help. Volunteering is a wonderful opportunity to take an active part in our Jewish community, enriching the High Holy Days experience for yourself and others.
Thank you for supporting MCJC and sharing the High Holy Days with us this year.