High Holy Days

High Holy Days at Temple 2022/5783: The Open Tent
Lisa J. Grushcow, D. Phil., Senior Rabbi and Lillian Kowalski, Associate Rabbi-Educator, Joseph Kaiser, Cantorial Soloist, and Rona Nadler, Music Director

This High Holy Day Season, we welcome you to rejoin us in our Sanctuary – or connect from home.

As we enter our third High Holy Days during Covid-19, we know that it is impossible to predict what the situation in the fall may be. However, thanks to the commitment and generosity of our members, we are ready for any eventuality. Our services will be in keeping with government regulations, the guidance of our medical advisors, and the values we share.

At the time of writing, we plan on hybrid services, which will be accessible both in person and online. If your situation permits, we encourage you to experience the beauty of our services in our Temple home, and the joy of coming together as a community in person. But whatever you decide,
rest assured that Temple is here for you, and your presence and participation matter. Please be sure to read Temple communications in the fall for any updates.

L’shanah tovah tikateivu v’techateimu – may we be written and sealed for a good year.


Food Drive

We will be holding our 25th Annual Rosh Hashanah Food Drive to benefit MADA Community Services. The food drive will begin on Saturday, September 10th and run until Wednesday, October 5th. Large bins will be conveniently located at Temple’s side entrance near the office for you to drop off non-perishable items. Sturdy bags will also be available to take home and fill. The items most requested by local food banks are peanut butter, canned soups, canned fruit, canned fish and pasta. Items with the kosher symbol are preferred.

Schedule of Services