High Holy Days
The Days of Awe and related observances.
These begin with Selichot on Saturday, September 12, 2020, and run through Simchat Torah on Sunday, October 11.
If you will be traveling to another area and would like to investigate High Holiday Courtesy Seating at another Reform Jewish temple, please follow this link.
The following information about tickets and services will apply once tickets are available (probably in late August, 2020). You will need to have your your ticket with you to enter campus. Greeter tables will be set-up in three locations:
1) Between the office and the social hall
2) The walkway between the social hall and the sanctuary
3) The sidewalk between the north portable and the Gan Haverim play yard
Please go to one of the three greeter tables to show your ticket and to obtain a badge holder for your ticket. You will need to have your ticket visible throughout the day and the ushers will check it again upon entering the sanctuary or social hall.
Also, there are no large bags allowed into services, including back packs and purses. The exception to this is parent’s that are carrying diaper bags.
Tickets are no longer being offered for Kol Nidre & Yom Kippur 2019.
We’ll begin with a program and dessert reception and finish with a Selichot Service.
We’ll have a variety of services on Erev Rosh Hashanah and the First and Second Days. Advance tickets are required.
If you have been invited to assist as a Greeter or Usher, please follow this link for more information.
New Baby blessings for the New Year!
Were you blessed with a new baby (babies!) in your family during the past year? Did you add a new grandchild or a niece/nephew or two? We want to share in your simcha! (joy) We will celebrate the miracle of birth on the Birthday of the World, Rosh HaShanah, this year at the beginning of the Torah service on the first day of Rosh HaShanah in the Sanctuary and in the Social Hall (approximately 10:15 a.m.). We invite you to bring the baby up to the bima in person (if child/ren not available a picture will do nicely) for a special blessing. Mazel Tov!
Both Traditional and Contemporary Services will be available for Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur. Advance tickets are required.
We will have a special theatrical presentation & blessing on Erev Sukkot. On Friday, October 18, we’ll have a Family Sukkot Celebration with a potluck and service.
Observed during Shabbat Service on Saturday, October 19.
Our community and family celebration will be held on Sunday, October 11.