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The High Holidays @ Sinai

It's a majestic moment when the whole Jewish Community gathers together at Temple Sinai.  Each New Year, we use the liturgy, our clergy's sermons, the safety of a sacred sanctuary and our own commitments to personal growth to engage in חשבון הנפש cheshbon hanefesh - an accounting of our soul.  We are thrilled that you're on this page and invite you to join us as guests.  While tickets are required for most services, those who are new to the community are entitled to complimentary passes for the whole family this year.  We trust that, after one holiday season with us, you'll see how valuable Temple Sinai will be to your life and the life of your family and will choose to join us as supporting members.

While there is no replacement for being with us in person, we understand that this is just not an option for some.  That should certainly not prohibit you from hearing the sounds of the shofar, praying with your community and considering the words of the sermons.  So, this year for the first time, all our services will be streaming live online for you.  Simply click  here here to be taken to the correct page.  If you do not have a High Holiday Machzor (prayer book) at home, call the office and someone will be happy to drop one off for you ahead of time so you can follow along with us.

The schedule of the holiday season is below.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the office.  

 

Saturday, September 21, 2019 7:00pm
Selichot - סליחות
Program, Service and Pre-neg with Rabbi TelRav, Cantor Morgovsky, Moira Morrissey and Betsy Stone
Open to the public - no ticket required

Sunday, September 22
Healing Service - מי שברך
10:00am Temple Sinai
Open to the public - no ticket required

Cemetery Memorial Service - אזכרה
1:00pm  Fairfield Memorial Park
Open to the public - no ticket required

Sunday, September 29    
7:30pm   Erev Rosh Hashanah Service* - ערב ראש השנה

Monday, September 30
Rosh Hashanah Day* - שחרית לראש השנה
9:30am  Morning Main Service
1:30pm  Children’s Service (Pre-K and younger) with Rabbi TelRav & Cantor Morgovsky
2:00pm  Family Service with Rabbi TelRav & Cantor Morgovsky
3:00pm  Tashlich Service     

Tuesday, October 1
2nd Day Rosh Hashanah - יום שני 
8:30am  Morning Service     
10:00am  Kiddush Brunch
Open to the public - no ticket required  

Tuesday, October 8  
Erev Yom Kippur* - כל נדרי
7:30pm  Kol Nidre Service     

Wednesday, October 9
Yom Kippur Day* - יום הכיפורים
9:30am  Morning Main Service    
12:45pm  Musical Meditations with Piano
1:30pm  Children’s Service (Pre-K and younger) with Rabbi TelRav & Cantor Morgovsky
2:00pm  Afternoon Programs at Temple Sinai  -
        A discussion of the book, As A Driven Leaf with Dr. Judy Katz
        A Taste of  Mussar with Moira Morrissey & Betsy Stone 
2:00pm  Family Service with Rabbi TelRav & Cantor Morgovsky
3:30pm  Afternoon Service
4:30pm  Yizkor/N’ilah Services
6:30pm  Join us as a congregation for a break-fast in the Atrium sponsored by the Sisterhood


* Free childcare available at Temple Sinai for children ages 5 and under.
Please call the temple office 203.322.1649 to reserve.

Sat, November 16 2019 18 Cheshvan 5780