The following is the schedule we observed for the 5779 High Holy Days, which have passed. Web software requires us to maintain a page. This page will be updated in the summer of 2019 for the 5780 High Holy Days
Schedule of Services for High Holy Days (now passed)
September 2018 (Jewish New Year 5779)
(Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur)
Rosh Hashanah services: (passed)
Sunday, September 9, 2018, 7:30 pm
Monday, September 10, 10 am
followed by Tashlich service (background and significance of this service below, as well as logistics and RSVP)
Yom Kippur services: (passed)
Wednesday, September 18, 2018, 7:30 pm
Evening Service (Kol Nidrei)
Thursday, September 19, Day Services (afternoon times approximate)
10 am Morning Service*
2 pm Afternoon Service
3:45 pm Yizkor (memorial) Service*
4:45 pm Ne’ilah (concluding) Service
followed by Break-the-Fast
*For childcare please call the Temple office, 596-8352. Available for some Services.
Guests, please contact office for High Holy Day ticket policy (college students, Enlisted, and Junior Grade officers free)
Details of Tashlich ceremony: background and logistics
The Tashlich ceremony will take place immediately following the service at the Lions Bridge (Mariner Museum). Tashlich’ means ‘you shall cast’. The term comes from Micah 7:19: “You shall cast all their sins into the depths of the sea.” The Tashlich ceremony traditionally takes place near a source of water, such as the sea, a stream or a lake, on Rosh HaShanah afternoon. The rituals of Tashlich are very meaningful. We cast our transgressions away into the waters and pledge not to commit them again in the future. As part of our service, we will feed the fish and the ducks some corn kernels, symbolizing the casting away of our sins and celebrating God’s Creation. Please join us for this very special and important ceremony as we begin our journey to Teshuvah, repentance, together.
We will go to the Lions bridge for Tashlich, as we did last year. Unfortunately the Mariners Museum is unable to provide transportation this year. Rabbi Sokol would like folks who plan to go to the lake to let her know at email@example.com by Wednesday, August 29th . Attached is a map with directions from the Temple to the Lions Bridge: directions to Lions Bridge The security department of the museum will direct traffic and keep parking spaces available for our congregation. Space is limited to 5 or 6 spots on the one side of the bridge. There should be additional parking spots on the median.