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Note: In order to access our High Holy Days services, all households must complete our Membership Commitment Form

Book of Memory
At our Yom Kippur Yizkor service, we remember those who have passed and, as a community, support those who are mourning. This year, we will be creating a digital Book of Memory to honor our loved ones, which will be presented at Yizkor Service and shared online.

We are happy to offer two ways to honor the memory of loved ones in this year's Book of Memory. You may choose to:

  1. Record the name of your loved one(s) (see example)
     
  2. Record the name of your loved one(s) along with photos and a short message (see example of designed page)


To submit to this year's Book of Memory,
please complete this form by September 24, 2020

A Year in the Life
This year has been like no other. While the last five months have been very hard, 5780 has also brought so much joy and happiness. Over the last year, our community has celebrated births, weddings, graduations, B'nei Mitzvah, new jobs, new homes, and so much more.

We are excited to mark the end of 5780 and celebrate these many milestones in our A Year in the Life digital book that will be presented on Rosh Hashanah and shared with the congregation online. We are inviting member households to submit a short message and photos to commemorate this past year. We will then take your submission and design a page in the digital book (see example).

To submit to our A Year in the Life digital book,
please complete this form by September 16, 2020

A Moment in Our Sacred Space
 

While we are not able to celebrate the High Holy Days in our beautiful Sanctuary as a whole congregation, we are opening our sacred space to our community to visit. Each member household is invited to sign up for a 15-minute slot to come visit the Sanctuary, stand in front of the Ark, and take a moment to reflect and find some peace.

During your visit, we are also offering an opportunity to have a family photo taken by a professional photographer in front of our new entryway mosaic! The photos costs $54 and you will receive a digital copy of the photo (to perhaps include in our A Year in the Life book!).

Moments in Our Sanctuary will be available Monday, September 14 through Thursday, September 17 from 1:00 to 5:30 PM. 

If you are interested in signing up for a slot and taking an optional photo,
please complete this form. 

High Holy Days Schedule 2020/5781

Selichot Service

Friday, September 11 at 6:30 PM
Live Stream


Erev Rosh Hashanah Services

Friday, September 18

Zoom Gathering at 7:30 PM

Main Service at 8:00 PM
Live Stream


Rosh Hashanah Services
Saturday, September 19


Tot Service at 9:00 AM
For Young Families
Zoom and Live Stream


Family Service at 9:30 AM
For Elementary Families

Live Stream

Main Service at 10:45 AM
Live Stream

Tashlich
TBD

Kol Nidre

Sunday, September 27 at 8:00 PM
Live Stream


Yom Kippur Services

Monday, September 28

Tot Service at 9:00 AM
For Young Families
Zoom and Live Stream


Family Service at 9:30 AM
For Elementary Families

Live Stream

Main Service at 10:45 AM
Live Stream

Adult Learning from 2:00 to 4:00 PM
Zoom

Yizkor at 4:00 PM
Zoom and Live Stream

N'ilah at 5:30 PM
Zoom and Live Stream

Music of the High Holy Days

We will deeply miss the sound of our choir at High Holy Day services this year. If you are missing it too, we invite you to watch these video recordings from last year's services at any point during this High Holy Day season. We hope they will offer some comfort and a sense of familiarity and tradition during this time. 







Reciprocal High Holy Day Tickets 

Please fill out the form below to arrange for reciprocal tickets at a Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) affiliated congregation. Tickets are available for members in good standing of their Home Congregation and is at the discretion of the Destination Congregation. All questions should be directed to Home Congregation where traveling member belongs.

Reciprocal Ticket Form

Thu, August 13 2020 23 Av 5780