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High Holy Days 5782 at the Tree of Life 

 

We are looking forward to the Days of Awe and a chance for renewal and reconnection. This year we will offer multi-access services that allow for attendance in the sanctuary and online, as well as outdoor and Zoom program options.

August 28, 2021
8:30 PM Community Selichot Service (Zoom) - Register here

September 6, 2021
7:30 PM Rosh Hashanah Evening Service*

September 7, 2021

10:00 AM Rosh Hashanah Morning Service*
4:30 PM Children's Programming (outdoors)
5:00 PM Shofar Blowing (outdoors) 
5:15 PM Tashlich at Cary Lake 

*In the sanctuary and via live stream 

Sunday, September 12, 2021

1:15 PM Kever Avot Service at Hebrew Benevolent Cemetery 

In light of continuous high Covid infection rates, our Yom Kippur service will be online only. Out of an abundance of caution, we are not offering an in-person option.  

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

7:30 PM Kol Nidre Service

Thursday, September 16, 2021 

10:00 AM Yom Kippur Morning Service
1:00 PM Study Session with Dr. Jonathan Leader (Zoom, RSVP required)
3:00 PM Healing Service with Rabbi Meyer (Zoom, RSVP required
4:30 PM Yizkor and Ne'ilah Service

High Holy Day Machzorim Mishkan HaNefesh

Congregants who plan to join us for online worship are invited to borrow a set of Machzorim (High Holy Day prayer books) from the temple. Please sign up online by August 30th to reserve the books and indicate whether you will pick them up at the temple or would like to have them delivered. Please note that you need to be logged into your account.

You can also access a flipbook version of the prayer book online. This option works best on a separate device like a tablet or laptop. We recommend you familiarize yourself with how to use the flipbook (look for "Flipbook Help" on the website). 

Soundtrack for the Days of Awe

Usher in the New Year with a playlist curated by Rabbi Meyer. The musical selections explore themes of blessings, forgiveness and repentance, renewal and return and include everything from traditional liturgical music, new interpretations of old prayers, and secular songs. 


Classical Music for Contemplation (watch here)

Sat, September 18 2021 12 Tishrei 5782