5778 High Holiday Information

5778 High Holiday Information

Join us for High Holidays Services!

We look forward to sharing High Holiday services with you!

Service Times and Dates

Rosh Hashanah
First Night Services Wednesday, September 20, 6:00 pm
First Day Services Thursday, September 21: 8:30 am
Second Night Services Thursday, September 21:  6:00 pm
Second Day Services Friday, September 22: 8:30 am
Second Night Service Friday, September 22: 6:00 pm mincha followed by Shabbat services
Yom Kippur
Kol Nidre Friday, September 29:  6:30 pm
Morning Services Saturday, September 30:  9 am
Study Session Saturday, September 30: 3:30 pm
Mincha Saturday, September 30: 4:45 pm
Shofar Saturday, September 30: 7:15 pm
Sukkot
First night of Sukkot Services Wednesday, October 4: 6:00 pm
First Day of Sukkot Services Thursday, October 5: 9:00 am
Second Day Sukkot Services Thursday, October 5: 6:00 pm
Friday, October 6: 9:00 am
Friday, October 6: 6 pm mincha followed by Shabbat services
Shabbat Sukkot Services Saturday, October 7: 9:00 am
No Torah Study
Kiddush sponsored by Rabbi and Lenore Layman
Shemini Atzeret Night Services Wednesday, October 11: 6:00 pm
Shemini Atzeret Day Services Thursday, October 12: 9:00 am
Simchat Torah Services Thursday, October 12: 6:30 pm
Friday, October 13: 9 am
Friday, October 13: 6:30 pm mincha, followed by Shabbat services

To help make everyone’s High Holiday experience more enjoyable:

  • Seating is “open seating” with some of the aisle seats reserved for those with physical conditions requiring them to sit on the aisle.  We ask all our participants to be respectful of those seats during the High Holiday services.
  • Parking:
    • We have 100 spaces on our property – If walking is easy for you, PLEASE consider leaving these spaces for those needing handicapped or closer spaces.
    • Street parking – We can park on the street (access road). The police department recommends we park ONLY on the far (east) side of the access road. They also recommend we drive to the end of the access road, turn around in the circle, and then park. This allows for easy egress when you leave and sufficient space for emergency vehicles to get down the road. Many cars can park on the street.
    • Parking at Olney Manor – We have permission to park at Olney Manor (other side of Georgia Avenue) but NOT IN FRONT OF THE POOL BUILDING.  Please use the cross walks to more safely cross Georgia Avenue.