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Service Descriptions

Cost of tickets: Please consider your ticket needs accordingly. Our ticket pricing has not changed. For current members of Temple Israel, a 2-adult member family will receive 2 seats at no cost. Should you require additional seats for family members, the cost will be $250/per ticket.

If you have a college-aged child (18-26 years old) for whom you want to purchase a seat, please note that the ticket cost is $36. Children under the age of 18 are not charged.

Please note that tickets are not required if you plan to participate via Livestream. However, please register
HERE to receive the link to reserve and pick up your Machzorim (prayer books for the High Holidays).

Services Descriptions:

Traditional: Please join Rabbi Fineberg and the whole community for our traditional High Holiday services. We look forward to welcoming many of our familiar community members to serve as shlichei tzibbur, prayer leaders, and Torah readers. We plan to incorporate meaningful teachings, beautiful music, and thoughtful sermons throughout the holiday season. 

Chavurah: The Chavurah Service is a small participatory service which meets in the Weitzenkorn Family Chapel.  It features a mix of both traditional and creative davening, spirited communal singing, led by lay members of the congregation. On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur mornings, the service includes the Torah Service, a D'var Torah (often with discussion), a Heicha Kedusha Musaf, and participatory readings in lieu of a full repetition. On Yom Kippur, the Chavurah Service also meets for Kol Nidre and Neilah.    Chavurah Services will be held in the Weitzenkorn Family Chapel and will only be available in person.

Yom Kippur Alternative Musaf: Following the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur, our Interim Assistant Rabbi Josh Schreiber will lead a non-liturgical service incorporating poetry and movement to deeply embody the themes of the Yom Kippur Musaf, including the full prostration of the Great Aleynu and the service of the High Priest. All bodies are welcome, and no particular movement skill is required. Feel free to reach out to Rabbi Josh at with any questions.

The 13 Attributes of Mercy: Divine forgiveness, from Moses to Us: The ritual of selichot, with the Thirteen Divine Attributes at its heart, is one of several ways we appeal to God for forgiveness on Yom Kippur. In this class, Rabbi Josh will take us on a textual journey following the ritual from its origins in the Torah, through Rabbinic midrash and Hasidic homily, as we reflect on how this ritual might help us do the work of Yom Kippur.

Birthday for the World: In the TI Parking Lot. Rosh Hashanah is the day when we celebrate the creation of the world, so come sing Happy Birthday as we Celebrate the World’s 5784th birthday! Join TI families for birthday treats and activities. RSVP is requested, but not required, to join the festivities. Pets are welcome! After we celebrate, we’ll head down to the lake for Tashlich with the whole TI community.

Services Schedule*

All Services in Berger Hall will be Livestreamed.
All other events and services are in person only.

Friday, September 15th
Erev Rosh Hashanah
     Candle lighting at 6:37pm

4:00 PM - Family Pictures
5:00 PM - Family Services with Rabbi Fineberg
6:15 PM - Mincha & Ma'ariv (Berger & Livestream)

Saturday, September 16th
Rosh Hashanah Day 1

In Berger Hall & Livestream
8:30 AM - Psukei D'zimra
9:00 AM - Shacharit
10:00 AM - Torah Service
11:00 AM - Sermon
11:30 AM - Musaf

In Weitzenkorn Family Chapel
10:00 AM - Chavurah service (starts with Torah Service)

6:15 PM - Mincha (Berger and Livestream)
7:25 PM - Ma'ariv (Berger and Livestream)
7:35 PM - Candle Lighting from pre-existing flame

Sunday, September 17th
Rosh Hashanah Day 2

In Berger Hall & Livestream
8:30 AM - Psukei D'zimra
9:00 AM - Shacharit
10:00 AM - Torah Service
11:00 AM - Sermon
11:30 AM - Musaf

In Weitzenkorn Family Chapel
10:00 AM - Chavurah service (starts with Torah Service)

4:00 PM – Birthday for the World 
5:00 PM - Tashlich (at the lake)
6:15 PM - Mincha (Berger Hall & Livestream)
7:30 PM - Ma’ariv (Berger Hall & Livestream)
7:33 PM - Havdalah

*Please note that the schedule is subject to change

All Services in Berger Hall will be Livestreamed.
All other events and services are in person only.

Sunday, September 24th
Kol Nidre

     Candle lighting at 6:21pm

5:30 PM – Mincha (Berger Hall & Livestream)
5:45 PM – Kol Nidre and Ma’ariv
                       ~Berger Hall & Livestream
                       ~Chavurah in Weitzenkorn Family Chapel

Monday, September 25th
Yom Kippur

In Berger Hall & Livestream
8:45 AM - Pesukei D’zimra
9:15 AM - Shacharit
10:15 AM - Torah Service
11:15 AM - Sermon
11:45 AM - Yizkor & Musaf

In Weitzenkorn Family Chapel
10:15 AM - Chavurah service (starts with Torah Service)

Founders Hall
12:00 PM - Alternative Musaf with Rabbi Schreiber

4:00 PM - The 13 Attributes of Mercy with Rabbi Schreiber

5:00 PM – Mincha (Berger Hall & Livestream)
6:00 PM – Neilah
                       ~Berger Hall & Livestream
                      ~Chavurah in Weitzenkorn Family Chapel
7:19 PM - Ma’ariv & Shofar blowing & Havdalah
                       ~Berger Hall & Livestream
                      ~Chavurah in Weitzenkorn Family Chapel



Service Leaders

R"H Day 1:

Ma'ariv: Rafi Kieval

Pesukei d'zimra: Ariel Serkin

Shacharit: Rabbi Fineberg

Torah reader:

Musaf: Rafi Kieval

Mincha: TBD

R"H Day 2:

Ma’ariv: TBD

Pesukei d'zimra: Ellen Rothberg

Shacharit: Ken Sperber

Torah Reader:

Musaf: Andy Kriegel



Kol Nidre/Ma’ariv: Rafi Kieval

Pesukei d'zimra: Ariel Serkin

Shacharit: Ken Sperber

Torah Reader:

Musaf: Andy Kriegel

Mincha: Rafi Kieval

Mincha Torah:

Ne’ila: Rafi Kieval

Youth Services

10:15 - 10:45 AM   Family Service (ages 0-4) in the Sanctuary.  
                Please note that Family Services will begin at 10:30 AM on Yom Kippur.

10: 45 AM - 12:45 PM   Services and programming for Grades K-12. 
               Each group will learn, pray, and play together for the morning.  Parents are welcome but not required.

You can preregister for these Services on the High Holiday Registration Page along with your own tickets.

Children under the age of 18 are not charged for services, only for Babysitting.  There is a cost per child for Babysitting.


We are also thrilled to share that we will be offering babysitting for ages 0-4 on the following days and times:

Rosh Hashanah Day One: Saturday, September 16th
Rosh Hashanah Day Two: Sunday, September 17th
Yom Kippur: Monday, September  25th

CLICK HERE to register.

Lulav & Etrog

A wonderful component of our High Holidays traditions is offering the option to purchase a Lulav and Etrog through Temple Israel. As in years past, we are happy to offer this opportunity again. In addition to buying your personal set(s), consider sponsoring an extra set for the use by the schools and our holiday services. Each set costs $50. Please click HERE to order your set.

Machzor Pick-Up Times

Sunday 10th: 9am-12pm

Monday 11th: 4-6:30pm

Tuesday 12th: 12-3pm

Sat, July 20 2024 14 Tammuz 5784