Sign In Forgot Password

High Holy Days 5784

Schedule of Services - see below for public/guest tickets

Services will be both in-person and simulcast.

Saturday, September 9
  • 7:00 PM: Selichot Program & Service - We begin the High Holy Day season with prayers and poems of forgiveness. We will be watching the documentary "What Do You Believe Now?"
  • Movie Summary: "What Do You Believe Now?: The Spiritual Journey of American Millennials". What happens to your spiritual beliefs over time? First interviewed as teenagers and then again 17 years later, a Catholic, Pagen, Jew, Muslim, Lakota, and Buddhist offer their deeply personal faith journeys, life challenges, and evolving thoughts about higher powers, life purpose, the nature of suffering, religious intolerance and death. They do so against the backdrop of a society in flux and amidst growing religious polarization and disengagement.
Friday September 15 - Erev Rosh Hashanah
  • 7:00 PM: Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
Saturday, September 16  - Rosh Hashanah Day I
  • 10:00 AM: Rosh Hashanah Morning Service in Main Sanctuary
  • 1:30 PM (time is approximate): Tashlich at Windmill Pond, Ashburn Farm  
Sunday, September 17 - Rosh Hashanah Day II
  • 9:00 AM: Sunday School
  • 9:15 AM: Rosh Hashanah Day Children's Service for grades pre K-7th and families
  • 9:45 AM (time is approximate): Rosh Hashanah Games and Activities
Sunday, September 24 - Erev Yom Kippur
  • 7:00 PM: Kol Nidre Service
Monday, September 25 - Yom Kippur Day
  • 10:00 AM: Yom Kippur Morning Service
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Young  Families Service
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Meditation with Stacy Kafka
  • 3:45 PM: Yizkor Remembrance Service
  • 4:30 PM: Neilah (Closing) Service
  • 5:00 PM: Shofar Choir
  • Break-the-Fast: We will have a Break-The-Fast this year following the shofar choir.
  • Order tickets for members of the public
  • Publish name in Yizkor Book ($18 per name donation suggested) 
  • Services will be held in-person, in the sanctuary, and will also be simulcast online using Zoom. 
  • Please note that we will be using the Mishkan HaNefesh prayer book for the High Holy Days. We will not be purchasing hard copy books, but instead will be using a high lumen projector to project the prayers clearly on screen in the building for those attending in the sanctuary. For those attending online, the Mishkan Hanefesh will be shown on  the screen. If you prefer a hard copy book, you may order a personal copy here ( for $44, or at a lower price for the Kindle edition. You may also follow along with the Visual T'filah at your seat by logging into our simulcast on Zoom. A few hard copy books will be reserved for the visually impaired.
Fri, February 23 2024 14 Adar I 5784