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Shanah Tovah!

Celebrate the High Holidays among friends and connect with your inner self. Services will be interspersed with explanations and page guidance. In short, you will feel at home. Wishing you and yours a very happy and sweet new year!

Special High Holiday 2020 Info and Options

This year will be unlike any other. Our mission is to be here for you, and provide you with the most meaningful, authentic and uplifting High Holiday experience possible. To achieve this we will be providing a number of High Holiday options, which you may view below.

HH Services Schedule
DIY High Holiday kits
Virtual pre-YK Yizkor
Upcoming events
Sep. 27, 2020
All are welcome! No membership or affiliation required. Our services are refreshingly casual and easy to follow. The English-Hebrew prayer book, along with song and commentary, make everyone an ...
Sep. 28, 2020
Yizkor at noon. All are welcome! No membership or affiliation required. Our services are refreshingly informal and easy to follow. The English-Hebrew prayer book, along with song and commentary, ...
Sep. 28, 2020
Light break the fast at 8 pm. All are welcome! No membership or affiliation required. Our services are refreshingly casual and easy to follow. The English-Hebrew prayer book, along with song and ...
High Holiday Appeal
Donate
Increase your generosity of tzedakah (charity) during the High Holiday season. “Repentance, prayer, and charity take away the severity of the decree”.
What Are the High Holidays?
The two-day holiday of Rosh Hashanah is the head of the Jewish year, the time when G‑d reinvests Himself in creation as we crown Him king of the universe through prayer, shofar blasts, and celebration. A week later, the High Holidays reach their crescendo with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). Like angels, we neither eat nor drink for 25 hours. Dressed in white, we pray in the synagogue—united as one people, children of One Father.