THE CORE OF THE JEWISH CALENDAR
While many reform jews think of the High Holy Days as two days (the first day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur) the actual High Holy Days / High Holidays start earlier with with Selichot and the repentance and atonement phase and conclude - weeks later - with Sukkot or Simchat Torah.
Our congregation has full High Holy Day services and observations led by Rabbi Michael Davis with a cantor. While "tickets" are not required to attend or participate, we urge visitors and non-members to contact our office ahead of the High Holy Days to "register" for participation and we ask that members be given priority for seats in the sanctuary (overflow seating is available).
While they are welcome in the sanctuary, we do offer childcare for small kids during all Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services.
Learn more about the High Holy Days, our calendar of activities, and how you can participate below.
SEPTEMBER 29-30, 2019
The Head of the Year / Jewish New Year
OCTOBER 8-9, 2019
The Day of Atonement
SEPT. 21-OCT. 21, 2019
All Days of Awe Events In One Place