High Holy Days

High Holy Days 2022-5783

Tickets

You must have a ticket to attend services.  All members in good standing will receive one ticket for every household member – but you must request the tickets ahead of time. Tickets will be available for pickup at the Temple Office starting on Monday, September 19 or at will-call on the day of the service. Tickets will not be mailed. If you would like to purchase tickets, please call the office at 619-286-2555 or email bthomas@teesd.org

 

Memorial Book Contribution

Our Book of Remembrance will once again be distributed to the Congregation on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, when we are most poignantly reminded of the passing of our loved ones. It will include the names of the departed and those who are memorializing them.

The deadline to contribute to the Memorial Book is Friday, September 30th.  Please contact the office at 619-286-2555 for assistance.

 

Volunteer Sign Up Form

Volunteering at High Holy Days provides our congregation with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Please sign up here to assist us in greeting our congregation and guests.

 

High Holy Day Food Drive

Each year, the Social Action Committee coordinates Temple Emanu-El’s collection of non-perishable food and grocery store gift cards.
Bags will be available on Erev Rosh Hashanah and Rosh Hashanah Day and should be returned filled on Yom Kippur.

If you are livestreaming services from home, pick up a bag when you pick up your prayer books, and return the food any time to the Temple office.
If you have any questions, please contact Barbara Pollack at rrbp@aol.com.

Schedule of Services

Saturday, September 17
8 pm: Selichot – Installation Service

Sunday, September 25
4 pm: Preschool Rosh Hashanah Service (in-person)
7 pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah (in-person & live-streamed)

Monday, September 26
10 am: Rosh Hashanah Morning Service (in-person & live-streamed)
3:30 pm: Family Service (in-person & live-streamed)
5 pm: Tashlich (In-Person @ Lake Murray)

Tuesday, October 4
7 pm: Kol Nidre Service (in-person & live-streamed)

Wednesday, October 5
9:30 am: Yom Kippur Morning Service (in-person & live-streamed)
12:45 pm: Yom Kippur Limmud (in-person & live-streamed)
2 pm: Afternoon Service (in-person & live-streamed)
4 pm: Family Service and Limmud Breakout Sessions
(in-person & live-stream)
5:30 pm: Yizkor Memorial Service (in-person & live-streamed)
6 pm: Neilah & Havdalah  (in-person & live-streamed)

Sunday, October 9
6 pm: Erev Sukkot Under the Stars Service (in-person & live-streamed)
7 pm: Dinner in the Sukkah (bring your own meal) (In-Person)

Monday, October 10
10 am: Sukkot Festival Service (in-person & live-streamed)

Sunday, October 16
5 pm: Erev Simchat Torah Dinner (bring your own meal)
6 pm: Erev Simchat Torah Service & Torah School Consecration
(in-person & live-streamed)

Monday, October 17
10 am: Atzeret/Simchat Torah Festival Service & Yizkor Memorial Prayers

 

High Holy Days are a time for reflection, introspection, prayer, and re-connection. We welcome you to join us in celebrating and observing these special holy days virtually via our livestream.

This year, more than ever, your High Holy Day “pledge” is of paramount importance.  We are always committed to welcoming all families and students regardless of financial ability.  Your High Holy Day donation will help us fulfill this promise and our sacred covenant.  We are deeply grateful for your partnership and support.

Click here to make a High Holy Days donation.

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