High Holy Days 2019 - 5780
Worship schedule - CLICK HERE
Saturday, September 21
9:30 PM Study & Spiritual Reflection
10:30 PM T'fillot (Prayers)
Sunday, September 29
8:00 PM Erev Rosh Hashanah, followed by a Kiddush
Monday, September 30 (Day 1)
8:30 AM Rosh Hashanah Morning Service Main Sanctuary
This service is a slightly shorter, more contemporary, with intentions to engage those looking for a more family friendly service.
11:15 AM Rosh Hashanah Morning Service Main Sancturary
This service will be our traditional Rosh Hashanah morning worship.
4:00 PM Tashlikh-For families with young children (preschool to grade 5)
5:00 PM Tashlikh-An informal "casting off" of our sins for older students and adults, at 2 South Court
Tuesday, October 1 (Day 2)
10:00 AM Rosh Hashanah Main Sanctuary
Tuesday, October 8
8:00 PM Kol Nidrei
Wednesday, October 9
10:00 AM Morning Service
Sukkot- Sunday, October 13, 9:00 AM
Simchat Torah - Sunday, October 20, 5:30 PM
Ticket Information - 2019
We look forward to gathering as one family and community for worship during the Days of Awe. We encourage you to join us at services to celebrate the New Year and seek meaning and purpose in your life. All member families (including children through age 26) automatically receive tickets for the Main Sanctuary. All single member households receive a ticket for a companion.
Member Seating & Tickets for Guests
Members may request up to four (4) additional tickets for their immediate family in the Main Sanctuary, or up to ten (10) in the outdoor worship area (tent) or Multi-Purpose Room (which is live streamed), each with a minimum donation of $54, for children ages 27+, parents, in-laws and siblings.
Non-synagogue members who wish to worship with us can order tickets, valid for all High Holy Day services, with a minimum donation of $118. Reserve your non-member High Holy Day tickets by Aug 3.
RSVP here Wednesday, October 9, 2019
High Holy Day Prayer Book
OPPORTUNITY FOR DEDICATION
Order your personalized High Holy Day Prayer Bookplate in honor of:
Book of Memory
A Book of Memory is distributed to the congregation during Yizkor services on Yom Kippur afternoon. CLICK HERE
RESERVE your spot online, CLICK HERE.
Child care is available for children 3 - 6 years of age. Child care MUST be reserved for the specific Rosh Hashanah morning service you plan to attend.
Please call Sue Freire 883-3144 ext 328 to reserve a spot. Call early!
High Holy Day Music
- HIgh Holy Day Prayers