June 20, 2024 |

High Holidays – General Information

 HIGH HOLIDAYS – 2023

Shana Tova—wishing you a sweet new year! We look forward to celebrating with you on the High Holidays this year. Our services will be in-person with online access; we are working hard to assure that they meet the spiritual needs of people of all ages and backgrounds.

If you are new to the area or to Temple Israel, please fill in this Information Form to receive information regarding how you can join us for High Holiday Worship. We look forward to welcoming you to our community.

We offer a variety of services for all age levels to meet the spiritual needs of our diverse community. Our High Holiday services are led by our co-senior rabbi team of Rabbi Raysh Weiss and Rav Hazzan Ken Richmond. We use the Lev Shalem Mahzor; this inclusive and accessible resource makes it easy to follow along with the service in Hebrew and English and provides an engaging and relevant in-depth commentary.

In addition, we hold a family service in our tent with our clergy on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, and fantastic age-appropriate services for preschool-age children, youth services for grades K-7, and Teen programming.

 

High Holiday Quick Links: 2023 — 5784

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