The High Holidays don’t start with a set of dates on a calendar—they start with choosing where you want to be when the New Year begins. The choice matters.

The choice matters because the High Holidays are a season for joy and fresh starts filled with unique opportunities to renew our faith in ourselves and in the strength, dignity and promise of the human spirit. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are reminders that making the world a better place for all people starts one person at a time; they’re a time that holds the power to shape who we are, where we’re going and what we hope to be. They’re a chance to rise to the occasion of our lives and our purpose, a time to say the ancient words spanning thousands of years of inherited Jewish tradition that never grow old: “Hineini—I’m here!



High Holidays Times

Rosh Hashanah

Wed, Sep 24, 6:30 pm
Thu, Sep 25, 10 am
Fri, Sep 26, 10 am

Yom Kippur

Fri, Oct 3, 6 pm : Kol Nidre
Sat, Oct 4
     10 am: Morning Service
     1 pm: Yizkor Service
     4:15-5:15 pm: Dialogue with the Rabbi
     5:30 pm: Mincha/ Neilah
     7:15 pm : Shofar and Havdalah

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