High Holidays 5781

Saturday,  September 12

Selichot
Ma’ariv and Havdala 8:00 PM
Program: “This is Us” 8:20 PM
Selichot Service 9:00 PM

Friday, September 18

Erev Rosh Hashanah
6:00 PM

Saturday, September 19

1st Day Rosh Hashanah
Streaming from sanctuary from 9:30 AM
Erev 2nd night of Rosh Hashanah Mincha/Ma’ariv
6:00 PM

Sunday, September 20

Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day
Streaming from sanctuary from 9:30 AM
Tashlich
Individually, immediately following services
Rosh Hashanah Conclusion/Mincha/Maariv
7:00 PM

Monday, September 21

Tzom Gedalia
Fast day – 8:30 AM

Sunday, September 27

Kol Nidre
Streaming from sanctuary from 6:15 PM

Monday, September 28

Yom Kippur
Streaming from sanctuary from 9:30 AM
Yizkor
11:15 AM
Mincha
5:00 PM
Neila/Ma’ariv/Havdala
6:30 PM

Friday, October 2

Erev Sukkot
6:00 PM

Saturday, October 3

1st Day Sukkot Shabbat
10:00 AM
Mincha/Ma’ariv
6:00 PM

Sunday, October 4

2nd Day Sukkot
10:00 AM
Mincha/Ma’ariv
6:50 PM

Monday, October 5 – Thursday, October 9

Chol Hamoed (Intermediate Days)
8:30 AM

Friday, October 9

Hoshanna Rabba
8:30 AM
Erev Shabbat/Shemini Atzeret
6:00 PM

Saturday, October 10

Shemini Atzeret – Shabbat
9:30 AM
Yizkor
11:00 AM
Erev Simchat Torah
6:15 PM
Hakafot
7:00 PM
Ma’ariv/Havdala/Hakafa #3-7

Sunday, October 11

Simchat Torah
9:30 AM
Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdala
7:45 PM

Sunday, October 18 – Monday, October 19

Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan
8:30 AM

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Yizkor

On Yom Kippur and Shemini Atzerit we say Yizkor, the prayer to remember the deceased who touched our lives. A line in this liturgy says: “In tribute to his/her memory, I pledge to perform acts of charity and goodness.  May the deeds I perform and the prayers I offer help to keep his/her soul bound up in the bond of life as an enduring source of blessings.” 

Traditionally, we have taken this to mean, we honor those who have gone before us with the mitzvah of tzedakah.

Please click the buttons below to download a Yizkor Card. Please mail all donations to the Temple and mark the envelope “Yizkor”.

Click here for a printable Yom Kippur Yizkor Card Click here for a printable Shemini Atzerit Yizkor Card

Temple Torat Emet Live Stream

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WE TRULY MISS OUR TEKIAS AND SHEVARIMS

The Pandemic has created new rules (social distancing, masks, etc.) with which, one has to be creative. Everyone knows the Mitzvah of listening to the Shofar during the month of Elul and more so during Rosh Hashana…so I have a few suggestions:

If you participated in the temples shofar lessons or troop and having a festive dinner this Friday night, before sunset, take out and blow/play for you and your guest a few notes from one, of the oldest musical instruments known to mankind (with plenty of biblical back up). Likewise, if you are not streaming or viewing the services this Sunday, do the same from sunrise to sunset and of course, at sunset, at the end of Yom Kippur with a long solid blast.

Wishing you a PANDEMIC FREE SHANA TOVA V METUKAH

Michael (Miguel) Libfeld

Baal Toke’ah

 

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