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Our Caring Community is Here For You
IHC’s Caring Community Corps is gearing up to connect with congregants during the High Holy Day season. If you, a member of your family, or a congregant you know, would appreciate a friendly phone call, we are here to help If you are homebound and do not have access to the digital formats of the High Holy Day prayer books and would like to borrow a set, we have a very limited number of sets to loan out. For assistance from our Caring Community, please contact our Caring Community Chair, Andrea Burnett below or leave a message for her by calling the IHC office at 317.255.6647.
Because of rising concerns about the resurgence of COVID-19, the tough decision has been made and we will no longer be offering childcare during High Holy Day services. All services will be offered through our livestream or other virtual platforms. Remember to check the schedule for all last minute updates.
Happy Challah Days
Sorry, but ordering for the ECC challah fundraiser is closed for this year.
Please contact the ECC to see if they may have ordered extra challah.
Start Your Year Off Right
IHC is dedicated to building a “congregation of learners.” Explore the many classes we’ve created just for you.
Sisterhood Gift Shop
Just in time for the High Holy Days beginning August 30, the Sisterhood Gift Shop is reopening daily Tuesday – Friday from 10am-2pm. The Gift Shop is always open before Shabbat services on Fridays at 5:15pm and during Religious School on Sunday mornings. This year, we have added Wednesday nights during Derech Torah as additional hours to shop. And yes, concierge shopping is still available. Your Sisterhood personal shopper will guide you through the gift shop (by phone or video), help you make your selection, and even gift wrap your items. Schedule your concierge shopping experience below or by calling Bonnie Foster at 317.697.5642.
Kever Avot – Visiting the Graves of Loved Ones
On the first day of Rosh Hashanah, Jews traditionally proceed to a body of running water, preferably one containing fish, and symbolically cast off their sins.
Creating Your Sanctuary At Home and Within
If you feel more comfortable joining us from home or from wherever you are, here are some ideas to help you create your sanctuary at home and within.