Keneset HaLev High Holy Days Return to Golden Gate Park!

September 15-16 and 24-25, 2023/5784

Participatory Indoor / Outdoor Services Free or Pay What You Can

We are delighted to announce that KHL is back in the park -- both daytimes and evenings -- with our traditional participatory services, joyous community, soulful prayers and amazing vegetarian break-the-fast. 

  • Always sliding scale: pay what you can, no one turned away for lack of funds

  • Walk-ins welcome

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Come fragrance-free

  • Mask not required, but please COVID test before coming. We will also have tests available at the door

  • Participatory services: Bring your instruments, sign up to lead or read, or just bring your heartfelt prayers


Rosh Hashanah: Friday, September 15 - Saturday, September 16

Yom Kippur: Sunday, September 24 - Monday, September 25

See below for complete schedule


San Francisco County Fair Building 9th Avenue & Lincoln, Golden Gate Park

Register Now

Reserve your place at You can also email us to RSVP at


Rosh HaShanah: September 15-16

  • Erev Rosh Hashanah - Friday, September 15th Evening Service - 6:30pm - 8:30pm (doors open 6pm)

  • Rosh Hashanah Day - Saturday, September 16th Daytime services - 10:30am - 1:30pm (doors open 10am) Vegetarian Potluck and Tashlikh - to follow daytime services

Yom Kippur September 24-25
  • Kol Nidrei - Sunday, September 24th Evening service - 6:30pm - 9:00pm (doors open 6pm)

  • Yom Kippur Day - Monday, September 25th Morning services - 10:30am - 2:00pm (doors open 10am) Afternoon workshops - To be announced N'eilah concluding service - 5:00pm - 6:00pm Vegetarian break-the-fast (provided by KHL) - 6:00pm

tree of paradise


Join us for High Holidays

Register here

Upcoming events
High Holy Days 5784/2023 - Yom Kippur

September 24-25

High Holy Days 5784/2023 - Rosh Hashanah

September 15-16 - we are back, in person, at Golden Gate Park

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