High Holy Days 2022/5783

Shanah Tovah!

Live Streaming Information: Services held inside the Sanctuary will be live streamed. Link will be sent to Temple members.

TSD Decal: Members must have a TSD decal displayed on the front left of their car windshields in order to park in the Temple parking lot. Decals may be obtained in the Administrative Office.

Sanctuary Seating for Temple Shalom Extended Family Members: Sanctuary seating is available to our members’ immediate family (parents, grandparents, and adult children and grandchildren) who live either locally or out of town. Click here to register and submit payment. Limitations may apply. Cost is $180 per person per Holy Day. 

Reciprocal Tickets: Those who reside further than 100 miles from Dallas, and who are members in good standing of another Jewish congregation, may have their congregation email Administration Office Manager Joy Addison or fax 972-661-2636 a request for courtesy reciprocal tickets on their behalf. Those Temple Shalom members who will be out of town and would like to attend services at another Reform synagogue must contact Clergy Assistant Halley Gottlieb to arrange courtesy reciprocal tickets. 

Family services are open to the community. No registration is required. 

Covid Protocols may be amended, please check back here for current information: Attendance at services inside the building requires being fully vaccinated (including booster). Everyone, age two and older, is required to wear a properly fitting mask covering the nose and mouth while inside the synagogue. If you or anyone in your family is experiencing headache, fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea or a new loss of taste or smell, we ask that you stay home to
protect others. Thank you for your cooperation!

 

High Holy Days Brochure 2022/5783

High Holy Days Schedule

High Holy Days Child Care Reservation Form (deadline 9/16)

Yizkor Book Form (deadline 8/31)

Donate to our High Holy Days Food Drive between September 1 and November 1

Sukkot

Simchat Torah

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