High Holidays 5782

SERVICES INFORMATION
All Sukkot services will be held virtually.
THERE WILL BE NO IN PERSON SERVICES FOR SUKKOT.

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Rabbi Michael Klein and Cantor Anita Schubert will conduct our Sukkot services this year

To Zoom any of our services, please use link below:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/146777953pwd=RTUyaHRrYjJucUZDZ2VWV1ZLUkFmZz09 
or by dialing in at 301-715-8592 and then entering the meeting ID# 146777953. If it asks for a password, enter 5780.

Monday, September 20 – Erev Sukkot

  • Zoom and Streaming on website

6:00 PM


Tuesday, September 21 – Sukkot 1st Day

  • Zoom and Streaming on website

9:30 AM

  • Mincha/Ma’ariv Zoom and Streaming on website

6:00 PM


Wednesday, September 22 – Sukkot 2nd Day

  • Zoom and Streaming on website

9:30 AM

  • Mincha/Ma’ariv Zoom and Streaming on website

6:50 PM


Friday, September 24 – Erev Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot

  • Mincha/Ma’ariv Zoom and Streaming on website

6:00 PM


Saturday, September 25 – Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot

  • Zoom and Streaming on website

9:30 AM

  • Mincha/Ma’ariv Zoom and Streaming on website

6:50 PM


September 23-26 – Chol Hamoed

  • Zoom 8:30 AM/5:00 PM (regular morning and evening Zoom links)

Monday, September 27 – Hoshanah Rabba

  • Streaming

8:30 AM

  • Erev Shemini Atzeret Virtual only

6:00 PM


Tuesday, September 28 – Shemini Atzeret

  • In Person and Streaming

9:30 AM

  • Yizkor

11:00 AM

  • Erev Simchat Torah Mincha/Ma’ariv In Person and Streaming

7:00 PM

  • Hakafot

8:00 PM


Wednesday, September 29 Simchat Torah

  • In Person and Streaming

9:00 AM

  • Mincha/Ma’ariv/Havdala Virtual only

7:45 PM


Wednesday, October 6 & Thursday, October 7 – Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan

  • Zoom 8:30 AM (regular morning and evening Zoom links)

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Yizkor

On Yom Kippur and Shemini Atzeret 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
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