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Kesher Pittsburgh Kol Nidre

  • Winchester Thurston School Corner of Morewood and Bayard Pittsburgh, PA (map)
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Join us for Kesher Pittsburgh's 1st Kol Nidre gathering!


This is an opportunity to come together in prayerful reflection as we move into Yom Kippur - with chant and song, prayer and learning, gentle movement and silence, together we'll find our way into the day of at-one-ment.


We are transgenerational and everyone-friendly! This means that all people who wish to attend are welcome, and wanted, regardless of age, race, lineage, faith path (or lack thereof), political persuasion, gender-identification, sexuality, belief in G-D, or stance on Israel/Palestine.

This is intended to be a gentle/reflective evening and everyone (who is up for this sort of thing) is welcome!


Because there are many ways to be prayerful and moving toward at-one-ment together helps to build strong community. And remembering that we aren't alone can ease us into toward making teshuvah in a powerful way.


8-9pm - Come in comfortable clothes (or PJs); whatever helps you to be present!


All are welcome and nobody will be turned away from our gatherings for financial reasons...and there are costs associated with organising our events. By contributing, you are not only making our HHD gatherings possible, you are lifting up our community and helping to make us viable throughout the year!

The following is a suggested donation with a sliding scale:

Child (under bar/bat mitzvah age) $36-90

Adult $54-180

Contributions above and beyond these amounts will be graciously accepted with the funds going toward ensuring that Kesher Pittsburgh is strong and thriving throughout the year.

With your contribution, you are supporting our entire series of HHD events and we hope that you'll join us throughout the season! Please visit for more details.

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Earlier Event: September 10
Kesher Pittsburgh Rosh Hashanah 5779
Later Event: September 19
Kesher Pittsburgh Yom Kippur 5779