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High Holy Days:
Ushering in the New Year begins with Selichot. This evening of study and worship is held the Saturday night preceding Rosh HaShannah.
This is a time in which we spiritually begin to prepare ourselves for the awe of the coming High Holy Days.
Erev Rosh HaShannah: 8:00 PM.
Morning Rosh HaShannah: 10:00 AM.
When Rosh HaShannah does not fall on Shabbat, services are followed by Tashlich. As a community, we walk to the park at the end of Clocks Blvd, to cast off our wrong-doings of the previous year, using bread crumbs, song and prayer.
Our Family Rosh HaShannah service follows.
Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre: 8:00 PM.
Morning Yom Kippur: 10:00 AM.
Our morning service is followed by our Family Service.
Afternoon services include: Mincha (afternoon service), Yizkor, Nehila, Havdalah and a community break-fast.
Members attend High Holy Day services at no charge. Friends or family members who belong to out-of-town Reform congregation may orship with us by having their home congregation notify us as to their membership.
Non-members and members with out-of-town family not affiliated with another Reform congregation may purchase guest tickets for a nominal charge.
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