Celebrate the High Holidays with Rabbi Dan and Jeremiah Lockwood

Jeremiah Lockwood's music is born out of an apprenticeship with the late Piedmont Blues master Carolina Slim and an intense study of the music of his grandfather, the legendary Cantor Jacob Konigsberg. Seamlessly channeling these two influences, he chants traditional prayers like Avinu Malkeinu and Kol Nidre with an old-world wail—while often accompanying himself on blues guitar. His band The Sway Machinery seeks inspiration from New York City’s cultural geography and has performed at festivals around the world.

Bowl Hashanah includes:

* Rosh Hashanah morning services led by Rabbi Dan Ain with music from The Sway Machinery's Jeremiah Lockwood with Shoko Nagai on keyboards and drummer Brian Chase of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
* Torah reading and procession
* Plain-sense explanations of the religious aspects of the holiday
* Prayer
* Shofar blowing
* Meditation led by Miriam Eisenberger
* Vegetarian/Dairy lunch from Blue Ribbon
* Babysitters for the kids
* Photos from last year's Bowl Hashanah

Artwork by Archie Rand from "The 613"

We have said for years that Brooklyn Bowl is our sanctuary, clubhouse, church and synagogue, so it only makes sense that we are going to be hosting Rosh Hashanah morning services there again this year!
— Mike Greenhaus, Editor-in-Chief at Relix Magazine

OBSERVE THE HOLIEST NIGHT OF THE JEWISH YEAR WITH BECAUSE JEWISH

New Album - Kol Nidre - out Oct. 3rd

A FULL DAY OF SERVICES, DISCUSSIONS & MEDITATIONS

* Morning services led by Rabbi Dan and Jeremiah Lockwood with Shoko Nagai on keyboards and drummer John Bollinger
* A traditional Torah reading and procession
* Plain-sense explanations of the religious aspects of the holiday
* Prayer
* Yizkor Service
* Meditation led by Miriam Eisenberger
* Yom Kippur afternoon classes, conversations and meditations led by Rabbi Dan, Jeremiah Lockwood, Miriam Eisenberger, Archie Rand, Avi Steinhardt and more...
* Concluding Service led by Rabbi Dan and Jeremiah
* Traditional break-fast at sundown