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Rosh Hashanah 5781


As we shared with you last week, this year’s High Holy Days will be a unique experience, one we will long remember. What has not changed is that the High Holy Days will continue to uplift us, to bring us together in community, and to nourish us spiritually.

I appreciate your patience as Temple Sinai have wrestled with the impact of COVID-19 on these most sacred days. Today I am pleased to be able to share with you the full plan for Rosh Hashanah 5781, taking place in just a few weeks. Work continues on the Yom Kippur schedule and we will communicate that plan in the coming weeks. In the meantime, the following information is enclosed.

Rosh Hashanah Schedule

Click here for the schedule. You will notice that service times have been significantly shortened. At the same time, please recognize that all running times are approximate.

All services, excepting Tashlich and the Family Experience, will take place on Zoom. Service links will be emailed to members in good standing (who have paid 25% or more of their annual membership commitment) on Thursday, September 17. If you have not yet done so, please visit log in above to make your payment or set up a payment plan.

Please print this waiver for all in-person experiences, complete it appropriately, and bring with you. 

High Holy Day Gifts & Machzors

Members in good standing should also plan to visit the Temple on Wednesday, September 16, between 2:30-6pm or between 7-9pm to collect machzors (High Holy Day prayer books) for worship and a selection of gifts from the Temple to help make your Rosh Hashanah experience beautiful. This will be a contactless pickup; details to follow.

High Holy Days Guest Passes

We are happy for your non-member family and friends to participate in our worship. Those who are local and may be interested in joining Temple Sinai should contact Executive Director Joe Slade. Click here to register your guests by September 14.

Wish Your Neighbors Well

As Temple Sinai works to support those in our community affected by the pandemic, please consider a contribution of $36 to add your family’s name to our congregational Shanah Tovah card. All proceeds will go to the Temple’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund. Sign up here

May the new year bring you and your loved ones health, happiness, and peace.


Joseph Slade
Executive Director

Sat, December 4 2021 30 Kislev 5782