Our dedicated task force, partnering with the Board, staff and clergy, have monitored the public health situation since the beginning of the pandemic. We had hoped to be in a very different situation today. However, the challenges of the Delta variant paired with the exponential increase in cases across our state – even among those vaccinated – has led us to make the very difficult decision to offer all of our indoor services in a virtual space only.
This year we have asked each of you to consider the meaning of the Hebrew prayer, “Hineinu” which translates to, “We Are Here.” Our hope was to mark a turning point for our community, and a return to our sacred space. Now we feel even more connected to this theme, as we pray to be as fully present for one another as possible during the Days of Awe, even through our screens.
Gmar Chatimah Tovah. May You Be Inscribed for A Good Year.
More About This Year
Ways to Be Part of Our High Holy Days.
Rabbi & Executive Director’s Messages
5782/2021 Services & Experiences
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High Holy Day Giving
Support IHC & Feed the Hungry
Book of Remembrance
The digital version is now available.
Caring Community • Greetings • Gift Shop
Kever Avot & Tashlich • Adult Ed & More
Machzors (Prayer Books)
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Your High Holy Day Team.
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