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High Holy Days
5780 (2019)

This page will be updated as new Holiday information is confirmed

  • Selichot- Saturday, Sept 21st, 8:45pm
    Information coming soon on guest speaker

  • Rosh HaShanah- begins Sunday evening, Sept 29th; Monday-Tuesday, Sept 30-Oct 1

  • Kol Nidre- Tuesday, Oct 8

  • Yom Kippur- Wednesday, Oct 9

  • Sukkot- begins Sunday evening, Oct 13;
    Monday-Tuesday, Oct 14-15

  • Hoshana Rabbah- Sunday, Oct 20

  • Shmini Atzeret- Monday, Oct 21 (begins the evening before)

  • Simchat Torah- Tuesday, Oct 22 (begins the evening before)

High Holiday summer information packets have been mailed to members (return deadline August 9th).
The packet contains information regarding:

  • Seating

  • Security & tickets (for security purposes, adults AND children will need to bring tickets for entry)

  • Honors

  • Volunteering

  • Services leaders & times

  • Family and Youth Services

Action Items/forms from the packet to return to the office by August 9 (items with a * may be completed online):

Services Information
(adults and youth)

Please click the links to the right to see and download the “High Holiday Grids” featuring Adult and Youth services throughout the Holidays.
Download the one-sheet with services times [COMING SOON]

Adult Services (click the pic to download)

Adult Services (click the pic to download)

Youth Services (click the pic to download)

Youth Services (click the pic to download)

Family Services- open to the community, with prior registration

Temple Israel is pleased to open our doors to the community for Family Services during the holiday.
Registration required, HERE.

  • Erev Rosh HaShanah- Sunday, Sept 29th, 5:15pm (come at 4:45pm for a professional family Holiday photo)

  • Rosh HaShanah- Monday, Sept 30th, 9:00am (for Tots, ages 0-5 & their parents)

  • Yom Kippur- Wednesday, Oct 9th, 9:00am (for Tots, ages 0-5 & their parents)

Babysitting/Big Ryan’s Tall Tales (registration required)

Babysitting is available on the High Holidays for ages 2.9-5. In addition, local favorite Big Ryan will present his “Tall Tales” storytelling during multiple sessions. Registration required, HERE.

Bimah Flowers

Please consider sponsoring or donating to our Bimah Flower Fund. Our flower arrangements greatly enhance the holidays but are only provided through contributions from our congregants. To sponsor $360 or to co-sponsor ($180) or to make a contribution of any amount to the Bimah Flower Fund, please use the button below or contact the Temple Office.


Join Temple Israel to celebrate the Festival of Sukkot- more information on TI’s Sukkot webpage

Simchat Torah Community Luncheon

Temple Israel is pleased each year to honor members of our community whose participation enriches our synagogue. Honorees will be announced at Ne’ilah services, when our community gathers together at the closing of High Holy Day services.
Our luncheon is supported by the community; please consider a donation in support of our honorees.