High Holidays

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins the ten-day period known as the High Holidays. Rosh Hashanah is also known as the “birthday of the world”, the “day of remembrance” and the “day of the shofar.” Rosh Hashanah celebrates the ability of people to change and grow, as it is a time for deep thought, self-examination, and prayer.

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the holiday in which the Jewish people ask for forgiveness and forgive others. Yom Kippur, the most solemn and holy day of the Jewish year, is the last day of the ten days of awe.

If interested in attending our services, please contact membership, office or  Rabbi Orrin Krublit 

If you are a member in good standing, and wish to order your tickets, simply fill out this form and send it back to the office.  You can download the form, fill it out electronically on your computer, save it, and email to .  Or, you can download the form, print it out, fill it out, scan it, and email.  If paperwork is received by September 8, the tickets will be mailed to you, otherwise you can pick your tickets up in person on September 11 from 7-8pm.