High Holy Days 2019-5780

 

We welcome you to High Holy Days 5780!

We look forward to worshiping together as a Temple Shalom family and wish you and yours a sweet and healthy New Year!

Shanah Tovah!

 

Click here for our High Holy Days Brochure.

Click here for information on our High Holy Days Food Drive.

Click here to register for our High Holy Days Child Care and K-5 Children’s Programming. Deadline to register is September 13th. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated.

Click here for a Yizkor Book form. Deadline to receive in office is September 13th.

Click here to purchase a boxed lunch for our Tashlich picnic. Deadline is September 13th.

 

 

 

 

Please remember that ALL Temple Shalom members’ cars must have TSD decals on them in order to park in the Temple lots! Decals may be obtained in the Administrative office during business hours.

If you are not a Temple Shalom member (see exceptions for relatives of members in the High Holy Days brochure), guest passes are available for seating in the Learning Center, where services are shown via closed circuit television. Passes must be obtained in advance through the Administrative Office and are available for a suggested minimum contribution of $36 per person. Passes include both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. Please bring a picture ID with you–passes must be picked up in person–they cannot be mailed.

 

Open to the Community:

S’lichot Program & Services: Hand-Made Midrash: A Workshop in Visual Theology
Saturday, September 21
7:30pm Workshop
9:00pm Oneg & Service
We will use a combination of text study, art and writing to reflect on the meaning of Torah and God’s place in our lives.

Temple Shalom New Year’s Eve Family Celebration
Erev Rosh Hashanah: Sunday, September 29 at 5:30pm

Temple Shalom Yom Kippur Family Experience
Kol Nidre: October 8 at 5:30pm

Bring your family and join Temple Shalom clergy for child-friendly, interactive High Holy Day experiences.  We will experience the high holiday liturgy through songs, games, and stories and maybe even see a magic trick from our resident rabbi magician!

Parking passes for these community services may be obtained in person in the Administrative office.

Additional Holiday Celebrations: 

Help Brotherhood Build the Sukkah
Sunday, October 6 (take down is Sunday, October 27)

Sukkot Festival Celebration
Congregational Picnic & Decorating the Sukkah
Sunday, October 13   5:30pm-7:30pm
Festival Service & Program

Salsa in the Sukkah
Friday, October 18 after Shabbat Services (Registration form to follow)

Celebrate Simchat Torah
Israeli Dancing & Dessert
Sunday, October 20  6:3opm-8:00pm

Yizkor Service
Monday, October 21  10:30am