Join us for the High Holidays services. This year, all of our services will be conducted in a hybrid manner with both in-person and virtual Zoom options available to our congregants. Erev Rosh Hashanah is on Sunday evening, September 25th. We look forward to Rabbi Greg and Cantor Jon Tepper as they spiritually lead us in the celebration of Rosh Hashanah. Those who prefer to “Zoom in” will have the opportunity to borrow the special holiday prayer book and receive other holiday-themed gifts. All times and dates for our Shabbat, holiday, and special event celebrations will be available by email on the Temple Blast and the Temple website. If you have not already registered for High Holiday services this year, please click here.
The sale of holiday seating is a significant source of Temple revenue as it supports all aspects of temple life: ritual services, continuing education, community outreach, social programs, and maintenance/upkeep of our stately building. By prepaying for the seats, we can ensure that everyone will receive our Holiday package, the Holiday Machzorim (for those attending via Zoom), the Temple High Holiday booklet, and other related items representative of the season.
The requested donations are as follows:
- $200 per member, age 12 and above
- $280 per non-member, age 12 and above
- $50 for each child from age 3 to age 12 (both member & non-member)
- Children under age 3 are free (both member & non-member)
You can purchase seats online here
When you register/purchase seats, you’ll be sent the Zoom link if attending remotely. If you need them re-sent, please contact us via email or Facebook. If you and your family plan to be remote, you can pick up your Selichot/Machzor prayer books and Holiday Goodie Bags on Friday, Sept 16th from 10 AM to 1 PM, or on Sunday, Sept 18th from 10 AM to 1 PM.
If you have any questions about the High Holidays, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email or Facebook.
For the latest information on our Covid-19 policy, please click here.