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Come Home to Temple Adat Shalom for the High Holy Days

Wishing you a Sweet and Happy New Year!

L'Shanah Tova Tikatevu! Happy New Year!

Join us for our online High Holy Day services this year, which will be free and open to all the public. This year, they will be a combination of live-stream, video and interactive Zoom sessions. The links will be provided a few minutes before the scheduled start time.

Are you thinking about joining Temple Adat Shalom as a member? Get to know us over the holidays! Email our Membership Committee here.

Here's our schedule:

Selichot                  

Saturday, September 12                                                          7:00 pm
(FREE: Open to the public)

Selichot begins the time of preparation for the High Holy Days ahead. Selichot is a special time for the Jewish community and especially at Temple Adat Shalom. It is an evening marked by warm congregational traditions, by music, unique programming, and opportunities for blessing as our community comes together to begin the High Holy Day season. This year, the pandemic has necessitated a few changes. At 7:00 p.m., Saturday, September 12, we will begin our observance with a short, beautiful live-streamed Selichot service. Click here to view. 

Following the service at 7:45 p.m., via Zoom, Rabbi and Cantor will be available for personal prayers and blessings for those who wish to participate. Click here to download the link.

The zoom site will be open for joining at 7:30 p.m. Also following the service, you are invited to view an encore performance of Cantor Frank in concert “From Bimah to Broadway” beginning at 7:45 p.m. to be enjoyed at that time, or at your leisure at https://tinyurl.com/5781selichot. Another website for viewing is: Alternative Link for Selichot Concert.

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Friday, September 18         Evening service               

Rosh Hashanah Day

Saturday, September 19
9:00 AM
                               Children's Service
10:00 AM                               Morning service
Tashlich                               DIY Service -
Click here to download siddur
                                            (service booklet)                              

Rosh Hashanah, 2nd Day

Sunday, September 20        Torah Blessings and reading of Breisheet
                                                  

Kol Nidre

Sunday, September 27         Evening service                    

Yom Kippur

Monday, September 28
9:00 AM
                                  Children's Service
10:00 AM                                  Morning service
12:30 PM                                Teen Service - information forthcoming
12:30 PM                                   Adult Discussion: 
Jerry Rivas presents
                                                Journey of the Soul: The Vilna Gaon on
                                  
              Yonah/Jonah; Zoom link forthcoming
1:30 PM                                     Adult Discussion - ” Women of the Wall”
                                                featuring Women of the Wall members;
                                                Zoom link forthcoming

3:30 PM                                     Afternoon Yizkor and N’ilah Services

Erev Sukkot 

Friday, October 2                      Evening Service
6:00 PM

Simchat Torah and New Mosad Shalom Student Blessing

Friday, October 9                      Evening Service
6:00 PM                                     

Sh'mini Atzeret and Shabbat Service

Saturday, October 10               Morning Service - Zoom link forthcoming
10:00 AM

Yizkor Service

Sunday, October 11                  Morning Service
10:00 AM                                                          

                    

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