High Holidays

temple-199.jpgWe welcome all to join us for our High Holiday services, activities and programs. We do not issue tickets, but we do expect a contribution for guests.

We observe the full traditional cycle of The High Holidays, beginning with Selichot and ending with Neilah. Our entire community joins together for our break-the-fast.

The Days of Awe are filled with great tradition and modern insights, during this time of soul searching, when Jews all over the world turn towards the Jewish path and each other.

We hope you will join us.

 

Click here for the 5777 (2016) High Holiday sermons.

Click here for the 5776 (2015) High Holiday sermons.

Click here for the 5775 (2014) High Holiday Melodies and here - for the sermons.

Click here to read the sermons written by Rabbi Lewis from the High Holidays 5773 (2012).

Click here to read the "How To Prepare for Your High Holiday Honor" guide written by our member Alan Feldman.