HIGH HOLIDAYS 2022/5783
May you and your family be inscribed in the Book of Life for a Happy, Healthy, and Sweet New Year.
Click here for a Shana Tova message from the Synagogue Presidents
Click here to read the information that was snail mailed about the High Holidays
Due to the uncertainty as to who will be attending in person, we are not assigning honors in advance this year. Honors will be given to those present in the sanctuary in an effort to ensure services run smoothly. Thank you for your understanding.
Learn more about how to:
Request Tickets by filling out form. Vaccination info needed.
High Holiday service times
Click here for information on services for our children
To attend our High Holiday services via Zoom®, you need to pre-register by emailing email@example.com. Include in the email your name and email address as well as the names and email addresses of those in your family who would be signing on from a different device. This is very important as we will be admitting people virtually to the services from a waiting room and we will only admit those names who have pre-registered.
Digital version of Mahzor Lev Shalem will be available for those attending services virtually
Join us on Saturday, September 17, for Selihot, the service to usher in the High Holidays
Click here for the online version of the Sisterhood New Year Greetings booklet
Help Men’s Club raise the Sukkah on Sunday, October 2, at 10:00 am at the synagogue
Observe the mitzvah of Tashlich by joining us at Sunken Meadow Beach for Tashlich on Sunday, October 2 at 4:30 pm. If you can’t join us, you can still satisfy the mitzvah on your own. Use this Do-It-Yourself Tashlich guide for a complete description.
Order your Lulav and Etrog
Help those in need through Project Replenish
Click here for Yizkor prayers
We will once again allow congregants to come up to the Ark to say personal prayers during Neilah. For those planning on attending services virtually, you can make a reservation to come up to the Ark during the Days of Awe
Join us for Simhat Torah on Tuesday, October 18. We will honor Liz and Bob Martin as our Hatan and Kallah Torah and Janet and David Wild as Hatan and Kallah Bereshit.
Deadlines for the following have passed:
Submit a New Year Greetings message
Submit a name for the Yizkor Memorial Book
Check back for further information