Community · Connection · Celebration
The Jewish High Holy Days are a reflective time of beginnings and endings. We welcome a new year, ripe with hope and opportunity. We close the gates on the year gone by, going deep into our hearts and souls to examine, atone, and recommit to doing better. It is a profound process of self-examination and determination to grow and be better in the year ahead. While we reflect on the past, we also look forward to a new year filled with community, connection, and celebrations. Donate to the Annual Campaign
View our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur at a Glance Calendar HERE.
High Holy Day services will return to our sanctuary, in-person, with livestream opportunities. Tickets will be required for selected services (noted with an *).
Our clergy, staff, and volunteers have been working to create meaningful High Holy Days experiences for everyone in our community. Many of our services will be recorded and available for registered participants to view on our High Holy Days livestream page.
We are excited to be together for the High Holy Days, however plans for in-person attendance are based on information available in mid-July. Should the situation change, we may need to modify these plans. We appreciate your patience and flexibility.
·10:00 a.m. - Traditional Service | In-person and online, tickets required
· 1:30 p.m. - Family Service | In-person and online, tickets required
· 4:00 p.m. - Young Children's Service | In-person, Conejo Creek North Park, Lakeside Pavilion
· 5:00 p.m. - Tashlich | In-person, Conejo Creek North Park, Lakeside Pavilion
· 5:30 p.m. - Preschool Age Family Service
· 6:00 p.m. - Bring Your Own Picnic Dinner (open to all)
· 6:30 p.m. - Kabbalat Shabbat
In-person only at Zuma Beach, Tower 13, tickets NOT required. In lieu of services at TAE.
Remember to bring beach chairs, blankets, jackets, and whatever else you need to stay comfortable!