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Temple Shalom offers a collection of in-person and virtual worship experiences to mark this season of renewal and faith.

Volunteer
Temple Shalom is deeply grateful to members who volunteer their time and wisdom to ensure that the High Holy Days run smoothly.  Please visit the High Holy Day Volunteer Registration Form for opportunities to help.

Please note: You must be logged in to your account to see the form! 

Service Schedule

Below is a detailed schedule of our High Holy Days services. We are offering multiple in-person services throughout the holidays as well virtual services that will be live streamed on our website. To attend services, either in-person or virtual, we ask that all members and their guests register ahead of time using our High Holy Days Registration Form.

Please note: You must be logged in to your account to see the form! 

Selichot
Friday, September 16

Selichot Service at 6:30 PM
In-person in the sanctuary
& Live Stream (no registration necessary)

Erev Rosh Hashanah 
Sunday, September 25

Evening Rosh Hashanah Service at 7:00 PM
In-person in the sanctuary
& Live Stream

Rosh Hashanah 
Monday, September 26

 Tot Service on the Hill at 8:45 AM
Service for families with young children (ages 0-6)
In-person, outside on the patio by room 101

B'Yachad (Together) Service at 9:15 AM
Contemporary, multigenerational service that
includes something for everyone
In-person in the sanctuary
& Live Stream

Morning Service at 11:00 AM
Full, traditional service
In-person in the Sanctuary
Babysitting for ages three and up is offered for the 11:00 AM service. 

Rosh Hashanah Tashlich Bike Ride at 1:00 PM
 

Kol Nidre
Tuesday, October 4

Evening Yom Kippur Service at 7:00 PM
In-person in the Sanctuary & Live Stream

Yom Kippur
Wednesday, October 5

 Tot Service on the Hill at 8:45 AM
Service for families with young children (ages 0-6)
In-person, outside

B'Yachad (Together) Service at 9:15 AM
Contemporary, multigenerational service that
includes something for everyone
In-person in the sanctuary & Live Stream

Morning Service at 11:00 AM
Full, traditional service
In-person in the Sanctuary & Live Stream
Babysitting for ages three and up is offered for the 11:00 AM service. 

Adult Learning at 2:15 PM
1. Join congregant Josh Conescu in-person to unpack Eleh Ezekrah the troubling midrash, traditionally cited during N'ilah (the closing service) which recounts the slaying of The Ten Martyrs, and consider if and how this story has relevance to our lives today.  This class will be held in Room 101.

2. Join congregant Paul Rezendes for Uneh Taneh Tokef: Fatalism, Despair and Redemption. We will explore the tension in the Uneh Taneh Tokef prayer among the notions of "sealed" fate, the despair it can engender, and the redemption we seek at this time of year, looking closely at Chapter Eight of Maimonides' "Eight Chapters" for possible resolution. This class will be held via Zoom.

Yizkor & N’ilah  Service at 4:30 PM 
In-person in the sanctuary & Live Stream

Registration

Please use the links here to register for services, babysitting, and adult learning.

Register for all High Holy Day services here

Rosh Hashanah Morning Service 11:00 AM Babysitting Registration

Rosh Hashanah Tashlich Bike Ride Registration

Yom Kippur Morning Service 11:00 AM Babysitting Registration - deadline to register for Rosh Hashanah is 9/23, Yom Kippur is 10/3

Yom Kippur Adult Learning Classes Registration

Live Stream

To view services via Live Stream, please click this link.

If you need information about accessibility, please reach out to Alison Lobron at alobron@templeshalom.org or 617.332.9950 X 115, Director of Inclusion and Program Development.

Prayer Books for those attending virtually can be picked up between the hours of 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM on September 13th, 15th, 20th, and 22nd. Please reach out to Erin Borras at eborras@templeshalom.org 617.332.9950 x 109 for questions about prayer books.

Information about temple Covid protocols can be found here.

High Holy Day FAQs can be found here.

Submissions for the Book of Memory 2022 are now closed. Thank you!

Music of the High Holy Days

Our musical quartet will be led by Cantor Jen Keren during the High Holy Day services. We look forward to the sounds of our Shir Shalom choir at High Holy Day services next year. We invite you to watch these video recordings from previous years' 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.







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