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Our services will be in-person with an online option. Zoom links can be found on our website. Some events will be in-person only and are indicated on the schedule.




Our members and their families and guests are invited to attend all High Holiday services and events. We do not issue tickets or reserve seats. We request you register everyone attending on our website to help us plan the space and prepare name tags for each person.


We request attendees wear name tags to help us get to know each other. Name tags will be available as you enter TAA.





We will hold two concurrent family services on the second day of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur. One will be for infants to five-year-olds while the other will be for ages 6 and up. Please plan to attend with your children. On the second day of Rosh Hashanah, these services will conclude in the main sanctuary where the children will participate in the Shofar service. Plan to accompany your children upstairs where you will be led to the front of the room for an up-close and personal experience!




Babysitting will be available on both days of Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre (new), and on Yom Kippur morning. Please see the schedule for start times for each service. We ask that you handle diaper changes before dropping your children off.




The TAA parking lot is reserved for handicapped parking only.

Please place our temporary parking permit visibly on your dashboard to park free in metered spaces. NO PARKING is allowed on Rogers Street, Main Street, or in the parking lot for the Gloucester House.

The Sawyer Free Library will allow TAA to park in its lot during High Holiday services.

Trinity Church will allow TAA to use its parking lot on Saturday, September 16 (Rosh Hashanah Day 1) and Sunday, September 24 (Erev Yom Kippur / Kol Nidre).



Masking with a high-quality mask is recommended for those who are at high risk or who want to decrease their risk of getting COVID-19. Masks will be available in both adult and children sizes. 



We will have a uniformed police officer for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  TAA Greeters will be present in the lobby to welcome our members and their guests. 



It is a long-standing tradition to make a donation to TAA during the High Holiday season. We also encourage you to consider an additional donation of $50 per guest. Make a donation now.


Mon, July 22 2024 16 Tammuz 5784