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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. This year, let us also think about the complex realities of war, peace, and reconciliation, not just in our personal lives but also in a broader, global context.

Join us as we embark on this spiritual journey, exploring themes of repentance, forgiveness, and personal growth. Whether you are joining us in person or from afar, you are a valued part of our community. Together, we will seek to open our hearts, transform our lives, and renew our spirits.We pray not only for ourselves but for the broader world, asking for the strength and wisdom to support those in need. While we reflect on the past, we also look forward to a new year filled with community, connection, and celebrations. 

Our clergy, staff, and volunteers have been working to create meaningful High Holy Days experiences for everyone in our community. Most High Holy Days services will take place in our beautiful Sanctuary with opportunities to join virtually, with a few experiences occurring off-site.

Explore our schedule of services, educational programs, and community events designed to enhance your experience of these holiest of days. Let us embrace this time to connect, reflect, and commit to a year of meaning and joy.

Please note: Selected services will be recorded and available for ticket holders to view on our High Holy Days livestream page.

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High Holy Days Schedule


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Selichot

Saturday, September 24, 2024

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Rosh Hashanah

Thursday, October 3, 2024

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Yom Kippur

Saturday, October 12, 2024

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