High Holidays

 High Holidays

HHD Ticket web

Tickets

Tickets are not required for admission to High Holiday worship. Services are open to members, their guests and the community.  If you are a guest, please introduce yourself to the greeters and ushers.  Our clergy would like to meet you.  After services, they will greet the congregation at one of the sanctuary doors.

 

Reciprocal Tickets at Other Congregations

Temple Israel members in good standing may request tickets to High Holiday services at other Reform congregations. If you’ll be traveling during the holidays and would like to attend services, click here to request tickets. Temple Israel will forward your request to the host congregation, and that congregation will respond to you. All seating is subject to the host congregation’s policies; Temple Israel cannot guarantee seating at any other synagogue.

Children

Parents, if you think your children are ready to attend adult services during High Holidays, please bring them. We especially encourage all children fourth grade and older to attend. Childcare, which includes hands-on, age-appropriate Jewish programming for children age 11 and under, will be available during all High Holiday services by advanced reservation only. To make a childcare reservation, click here.

Prayerbooks

Please bring your own copy of Mishkan HaNefesh if you own a set (we recommend that you write your name in your books). Temple lends copies of Mishkan HaNefesh on a first-come, first-served basis. You may purchase prayerbooks online from Amazon or the CCAR Press. You may also call the CCAR press at 212-972-3636 or send them an email.

Assisted Listening Devices

Temple has a small number of assisted listening devices to lend that work only in the Great Hall. They are distributed free of charge to the first who request them.

Parking

Ample parking is available at Temple Israel. Security will be present to direct traffic. Arrive earlier if you wish to park closer to the building. Handicap parking spaces are reserved near the front doors.

 

Service Schedule 2017/5778

Selichot
  Saturday, September 16
Community reception open to all  8:45p.m.
Collaborative service with Beth Abraham Synagogue and Temple Beth Or at Temple Israel   9:15 p.m.
with the Dayton Jewish Chorale

Rosh Hashanah
  Wednesday, September 20
Erev Rosh Hashanah Service  8:00 p.m.

  Thursday, September 21
Family Service                  9:15 a.m.
Congregational Service   10:30 a.m.
Tashlich following services

  Friday, September 22
Congregational Service   10:30 a.m.
   using Gates of Repentance 

Kever Avot
  Sunday, September 24
Cemetery Service   11:30 a.m.
at Riverview Cemetery

Yom Kippur
  Friday, September 29
Kol Nidre 8:00 p.m.

  Saturday, September 30
Family Service                      9:15 a.m.
Congregational Service   10:30 a.m.
Afternoon Service              3:00 p.m.
Greene Break-The-Fast    6:15 p.m.

Sukkot
  Wednesday, October 4
Pizza in the Hut                6:00 p.m.
   with sukkah decorating
Service                                  7:15 p.m.

 

Simchat Torah and Consecration
  Wednesday, October 11
Share Shabbat Style Dinner  6:00 p.m.
Service                                        7:15 p.m.