Welcome to the
High Holy Days 5781
we hope you’ll join us for these very special Days of Awe.
A Different High Holy Days from Rabbi Joshua Rose
It is hard for me to believe that we will not be able to join together in our magnificent sanctuary, that I won’t be able to see old and new friends, to greet you with a l’shanah tovah in person, to sing along with you to the Chazzan’s beautiful davening. I will never forget singing Ki anu amecha with you my first year here. We all sang as one with a power that was nearly overwhelming. This year will be different because as you know, following the advice of experts and putting the health of our community first, we will have our services online.
Read more of Rabbi Rose’s statement about 5781.
- did you miss a service or sermon? anytime
All of our services and sermons can be re-watched at any time using our online streaming player or on Facebook. Use the right side of the player to click on a past stream.
Sukkot through simchat torah
Friday 10/9: Hoshana Raba 6:16 pm | Saturday 10/10: Shemini Atzeret, 7:17 pm | Sunday 10/11: Simchat Torah, Havdalah 7:15 pm
- Shemini Atzeret Services Saturday, October 10, 9:30 am
Rabbi Rose & Cantor Vitells lead Shemini Atzeret Services from our Sanctuary.
- Erev Simchat Torah Services Saturday, October 10, at your leisure
Since we can't gather in person for the special Simchat Torah evening service, we think you'll enjoy watching a virtual service made with seven Torahs from around the country and seven Rabbis.
- Simchat Torah Services Sunday, October 11, 9:30 am
Rabbi Rose & Cantor Vitells lead Simchat Torah Services from our Sanctuary.
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High Holy Day F.A.Q.
This year we are not requiring tickets or membership to access any of our services or events. All events and services are open to the public and free.
Our building is currently closed to all visitors. We will be doing a drive-by Shofar blowing on Sunday, September 20 at 1 pm in our parking lot, but we ask that people do not get out of their cars, but continue driving through the parking lot and waving to friends.
Thank you so much for your support during this challenging time. Our Yom Kippur Appeal is on going and you can click here to donate.
Leading up to Kol Nidre (Erev Yom Kippur), we will have a place on our website for emptying your pockets for community funds. Check back here for more information in a week or two.
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