High Holy Days
Reawaken your spirit for the High Holy Days with services and programming that will elevate your soul, bring you closer to God, and set the tone to gain perspective for renewal in the coming year. Our Rabbis’ and Cantors’ inspirational and eloquent presence is infused with the warmth and drama of the beautiful music of the Holy Days.
We are continuing with our current plan to hold In-Person Worship with a Virtual option, as well. Our team is monitoring all changes to CDC, New York State, and NYC COVID-19 guidelines, and we are ready to adapt accordingly, as announcements are made. Thank you for your understanding during this unpredictable time.
In keeping with our Jewish values, please note that we are proceeding with the following notable changes:
- PROOF OF VACCINATION – Required for all eligible adults and children ages 12 and older. A copy of COVID-19 Vaccine Records will be required as part of the registration process. All members and non-members who wish to attend In-Person Worship will be required to register in advance.
- NEGATIVE PCR TESTS no more than 72 hours prior will be required to attend In-Person worship for children under 12. (Rockin’ Services will be socially distanced. Tot Services will be outdoors (weather permitting) otherwise Virtual).
- DIGITAL TICKETS – Will be emailed by the week of August 30. This email will be your ticket(s). A Will Call desk will be available during the High Holy Days to assist you.
- MASKS – Everyone in attendance at High Holy Day worship will need to be masked at all times.
Saturday, August 28
9:00pm • Service of Reflection & Forgiveness – Virtual
Rabbi Gelfand, Cantor Altshul & Rabbi Reinhart
Book of Remembrance
We invite you to honor the memory of your loved ones by listing their names in our annual Book of Remembrance. In addition to the names of loved ones, the Book lists those whose are consecrated on memorial plaques, seats, windows, and our congregation’s ritual items. Entries must be received no later than Monday, August 30. Submit here.