For his new year, we have chosen the theme of Kedoshim Tihiyu, “You Shall Be Holy”. The theme has significant meaning to our community as it appears in the artwork on our holy ark.
As we lean into this most significant time, let us reflect on the importance of the theme in our lives. In the Torah, God tells Moses to tell the Israelites to be holy, for God is holy. Keep this mitzvah close to your heart and on your mind as we prepare to enter the holiest time of the year.
We are excited to celebrate the High Holy Days in person, and if you feel more comfortable, you can access our services via our livestream and WICR-FM.
More About This Year
Ways to Be Part of Our High Holy Days.
Rabbi & Executive Director’s Messages
5783/2022 Services & Experiences
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information on our schedule
High Holy Day Giving
High Holy Day Appeal & Feed the Hungry
Book of Remembrance
Include your loved ones’ names in this year’s book
Caring Community, Childcare, Greetings, Gift Shop & More
Machzorim (Prayer Books)
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Your High Holy Day Team.
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