High Holy Days 5777

High Holy Days are a time for reflection, introspection, prayer, and re-connection.  We welcome you to join us in celebrating and observing these special Holy days.  We offer a variety of services to meet the spiritual needs of our diverse community. Please see the Schedule of Services for a list of dates, times, and locations of services. 

Come share the spirit and wisdom of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. These Holy Days are a time of prayer, music, reflection and learning.  Come and join our congregational family for a spiritually deep High Holy Day experience.

Members of the congregation will automatically receive their High Holy Day tickets for each adult member of your household and dependent children over the age of 18 (Children 17 years old and under do not require a ticket).  Members are also welcomed to purchase additional tickets for other relatives and guests at a discount rate.

We look forward to sharing a wonderful High Holy Days together!

Details for services:

2016 — High Holy Days — 5777

Selichot — Sat., Sept. 24  @ 9:00 pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah — Sun., Oct. 2 @ 8:00 pm

Rosh Hashanah — Mon., Oct. 3
  Children’s Service @ 9:30 am
  Morning Service @ 10:30 am
  Tashlich at the River — immediately following service

Shabbat Shuvah (Sabbath of Repentance) —
Fri., Oct. 7 @ 6:30 pm

Memorial Service, William Wolff
Cemetery — Sun., Oct. 9 @ 10:00 am

Kol Nidre — Tue., Oct 11 @ 8:00 pm 

Yom Kippur — Wed., Oct. 12
Morning Service   -    10:30 am
Adult Education    -     1:00 pm
Children's Service  -    2:00 pm
Afternoon Service  -    3:00 pm
Memorial Service  -     4:00 pm
Concluding Service -   4:45 pm
Break the Fast         -    6:00 pm

  • Tickets are available for purchase.
  • Baby Sitting is available upon request.

Preparing for the High Holy Days

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Preparing for the High Holy Days “As fall approaches, Jews throughout the world prepare for a unique ten-day period of prayer, self-examination, fasting, and repentance. It is time for the High Holy Days: Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. These holidays are…