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Bagels and Babies (MMR) 9:30 am
Bagels and Babies (MMR)
Sep 6 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
 
First Friday Under Five Shabbat Service (MMS) 5:30 pm
First Friday Under Five Shabbat Service (MMS)
Sep 6 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 
Pre-Oneg (Foyer) 5:30 pm
Pre-Oneg (Foyer)
Sep 6 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 
Classic Shabbat Service (Main) 6:00 pm
Classic Shabbat Service (Main)
Sep 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
 
Simchat Shabbat Dinner 2019-09-06 6:15 pm
Simchat Shabbat Dinner 2019-09-06
Sep 6 @ 6:15 pm – 8:00 pm
Monthly festive community Shabbat Dinner with children. Contemporary American food will be provided. First Friday of the month, 6:15 p.m in Guild Hall.Adult Members- $24.00, Member children ages 11-17 – $24.00; Non-member Adults- $28.00, Non-member children … Continued
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Cooking for Congregants – Septmeber 12, 2019 9:00 am
Cooking for Congregants – Septmeber 12, 2019
Sep 12 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Do you enjoy cooking? Participate in this mitzvah led by congregant and former restaurant owner Gail Laghi, and congregant and chef Sari Swig. Together, up to four volunteers make meals for congregants in need. All … Continued
LifeStream Speaker Luncheon 2019-09-12 11:30 am
LifeStream Speaker Luncheon 2019-09-12
Sep 12 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
LifeStream Luncheon ticket for September 12 Event Signup
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Bagels and Babies (MMR) 9:30 am
Bagels and Babies (MMR)
Sep 13 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
 
Pre-Oneg (MMR) 5:30 pm
Pre-Oneg (MMR)
Sep 13 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 
Community Dinners + Back to Shul September Late Shabbat 6:30 pm
Community Dinners + Back to Shul September Late Shabbat
Sep 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
We want to invite all Jewish young adults from around the Bay Area to come together for intimate dinners – between 8 and 10 people – at some of the best spots in the Inner … Continued
Late Shabbat Meditation (Chapel) 7:30 pm
Late Shabbat Meditation (Chapel)
Sep 13 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
 
YA Late Shabbat (MMS) 8:30 pm
YA Late Shabbat (MMS)
Sep 13 @ 8:30 pm – 9:45 pm
 
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CEEP 2019 Back to School Picnic 10:00 am
CEEP 2019 Back to School Picnic
Sep 15 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
CEEP 2019 Back to School Picnic
Please join us for our all-school playdate as we gather to celebrate the beginning of the school year!Refreshments and breakfast will be served. Where? Mountain Lake Park Meadow (Enter at 11th Avenue)When? Sunday, September 15th at … Continued
Interfaith Picnic – September 15, 2019 12:00 pm
Interfaith Picnic – September 15, 2019
Sep 15 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Interfaith Picnic - September 15, 2019
Sunday, September 15, 12:00 – 2:00 pm: Main Post Lawn, PresidioJoin together with other Interfaith members of Congregation Emanu-El for a fun and casual afternoon at Off the Grid Presidio Picnic. Bring your own picnic blanket and … Continued
Interfaith Picnic – September 15, 2019 1:00 pm
Interfaith Picnic – September 15, 2019
Sep 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Interfaith Picnic - September 15, 2019
Sunday, September 15, 1:00 – 3:00 pm: Main Post Lawn, PresidioJoin together with other Interfaith members of Congregation Emanu-El for a fun and casual afternoon at Off the Grid Presidio Picnic. Bring your own picnic blanket and … Continued
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Bagels and Babies (MMR) 9:30 am
Bagels and Babies (MMR)
Sep 20 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
 
Pre-Oneg (MMR) 5:30 pm
Pre-Oneg (MMR)
Sep 20 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 
One Shabbat Service (MMS) and Festive Oneg 6:00 pm
One Shabbat Service (MMS) and Festive Oneg
Sep 20 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
One Shabbat Service (MMS) and Festive Oneg
Meet your new Engagement Team on Shabbat!(from L to R: Ariana Estoque, Randi Fields, and Rabbi Sarah Joselow Parris)Festive Oneg will be served after 6:00 pm services where you can engage in deeper conversations with … Continued
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The Tribe for Men: Mikvah in the Ocean at Dawn 2019 6:00 am
The Tribe for Men: Mikvah in the Ocean at Dawn 2019
Sep 22 @ 6:00 am – 8:00 am
The High Holy Days are a time where we open ourselves up and look deep inside our souls to examine who we have been and who we want to be. Have we accomplished all we … Continued
Elul Mikvah 2019: The Tribe for Women & Women’s Group 9:00 am
Elul Mikvah 2019: The Tribe for Women & Women’s Group
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Join Rabbi Mintz, Rabbi Fenves and women from Congregation Emanu-El’s Women’s Group and The Tribe for Women for a morning of spiritual exploration and preparation for the High Holy Days at Baker Beach. Bring your … Continued
Men’s Group -September 22, 2019 9:30 am
Men’s Group -September 22, 2019
Sep 22 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Men's Group -September 22, 2019 @ Private Residence
Men of Congregation Emanu-El have a monthly opportunity to socialize and study with a member of the clergy at a private home. This cross-generational group provides a small group experience so important to building community. This … Continued
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Cooking for Congregants – Septmeber 26, 2019 9:00 am
Cooking for Congregants – Septmeber 26, 2019
Sep 26 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Do you enjoy cooking? Participate in this mitzvah led by congregant and former restaurant owner Gail Laghi, and congregant and chef Sari Swig. Together, up to four volunteers make meals for congregants in need. All … Continued
24/6 Tiffany Shlain Discussion 6:30 pm
24/6 Tiffany Shlain Discussion
Sep 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day A Week  Join us for this pre-High Holy Day discussion, as Rabbi Mintz interviews Tiffany Shlain, Ken Goldberg and their daughters, about Tiffany's latest book exploring the value of … Continued
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Bagels and Babies (MMR) 9:30 am
Bagels and Babies (MMR)
Sep 27 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
 
Pre-Oneg (MMR) 5:30 pm
Pre-Oneg (MMR)
Sep 27 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
 
One Shabbat service (MMS) 6:00 pm
One Shabbat service (MMS)
Sep 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
 
One Shabbat service (MMS) featuring Rabbi Stephen Pearce 6:00 pm
One Shabbat service (MMS) featuring Rabbi Stephen Pearce
Sep 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Rabbi Emeritus and Taube Scholar Stephen Pearce will be our guest speaker.
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2019 ERH Family Service Ushering 4:30 pm
2019 ERH Family Service Ushering
Sep 29 @ 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Every year for the High Holy Day services, we need temple ushers who extend a warm welcome, hand out prayer books, help congregants with seating, and answer general questions. Enrich your High Holy Day experience … Continued
Erev Rosh Hashanah Family Service 5:00 pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah Family Service
Sep 29 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
 
2019 ERH Early Service Ushering 5:15 pm
2019 ERH Early Service Ushering
Sep 29 @ 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Every year for the High Holy Day services, we need temple ushers who extend a warm welcome, hand out prayer books, help congregants with seating, and answer general questions. Enrich your High Holy Day experience … Continued
Erev Rosh Hashanah Early Service 6:00 pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah Early Service
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
 
HHD 2019 ERH Sr. Transp 6:00 pm
HHD 2019 ERH Sr. Transp
Sep 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Transportation Assistance for Seniors in San Francisco on High Holy Days In partnership with the Jewish Community Federation, Congregation Emanu-El is again offering to subsidize half of the cost of transportation for elderly and disabled … Continued
2019 ERH Late Service Ushering 7:45 pm
2019 ERH Late Service Ushering
Sep 29 @ 7:45 pm – 8:45 pm
Every year for the High Holy Day services, we need temple ushers who extend a warm welcome, hand out prayer books, help congregants with seating, and answer general questions. Enrich your High Holy Day experience … Continued
Erev Rosh Hashanah Late Service 8:30 pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah Late Service
Sep 29 @ 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm
 
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Office Closed – Rosh Hashanah
2019 RH Early Service Ushering 8:15 am
2019 RH Early Service Ushering
Sep 30 @ 8:15 am – 9:15 am
Every year for the High Holy Day services, we need temple ushers who extend a warm welcome, hand out prayer books, help congregants with seating, and answer general questions. Enrich your High Holy Day experience … Continued
Rosh Hashanah Family Service – Children under 5 10:00 am
Rosh Hashanah Family Service – Children under 5
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
 
2019 RH Late Service Ushering 11:00 am
2019 RH Late Service Ushering
Sep 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Every year for the High Holy Day services, we need temple ushers who extend a warm welcome, hand out prayer books, help congregants with seating, and answer general questions. Enrich your High Holy Day experience … Continued
Rosh Hashanah Late Service 11:45 am
Rosh Hashanah Late Service
Sep 30 @ 11:45 am – 1:45 pm
 
Rosh Hashanah Family Service – Children ages 5-10 2:30 pm
Comm. Service led by Teens 3:30 pm
Comm. Service led by Teens
Sep 30 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
 
Rosh Hashanah – Tashlich at Baker Beach 5:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah – Tashlich at Baker Beach
Sep 30 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
As instructed by the Prophet Micah, we gather to throw breadcrumbs into the water on Rosh Hashanah afternoon. This ceremony is called Tashlich and represents a symbolic casting away of the transgressions of the past … Continued
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WORSHIP SCHEDULE

High Holy Days 2019/5780

The month of Tishrei begins the High Holy Day season. Our High Holy Day observances begin with Selichot and continue through Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah.

High Holy Days 2019/5780


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Welcome to High Holy Days at Congregation Emanu-El

Please consider donating any food you do not eat on Yom Kippur to those who are hungry. In particular, tuna & canned meat, peanut butter, rice, pasta, soups, canned fruits and vegetables are needed. Drop off at Temple Emanu-El, in the collection bin outside the main office or inside the main entrance gate, Mon-Fri, 9am–5pm

Jewish Family and Children’s Services Food Bank is also accepting donations during the holidays. Please help increase food security and reduce hunger.

One Pass

With your One Pass, you may attend any service. You will need to show your One Pass at all services except those that indicate “No One Pass or ticket required” or “Open to the Community.” Students are welcome to come with their current school IDs; no passes are needed.
Please note: All passes for High Holy Day services are non-transferable, for security reasons.

Security

For the protection of everyone, security personnel reserve the right to inspect all purses and packages and check identification. In the interest of time, please bring only what you will need during the service. Please allow extra time to pass through the security lines.

Transportation Assistance for Seniors in San Francisco

For seniors and disabled members residing In San Francisco, we offer transportation for the 6:00 pm  Erev Rosh Hashanah service on Sunday, September 29, the 6:00 pm Kol Nidre service on Tuesday, October 8 and the 5:30 pm Yizkor service on Wednesday, October 9, at a heavily subsidized price.  Our transportation provider is SilverRide, a company that specializes in transportation for older and disabled adults.

Reservations for the subsidized SilverRide service are made through the Temple, and the firm deadline is Friday, September 6.  To reserve and pay, please return the form that was mailed to you or email Ariana Estoque or call (415) 751-2535. The cost is $25 per person for each round trip.

Parking

If you would like to look for street parking around the Temple, we have obtained waivers of time limits and street cleaning for both sides of the following streets:

  • Lake Street: from Arguello to 4th Avenue
  • 2nd Avenue, 3rd Avenue, and 4th Avenue: from Lake to California
  • Arguello: from Jackson to California
  • Sacramento, Clay, Washington, and Jackson: from Arguello to Spruce
  • Cherry, Maple, and Spruce: from Jackson to Sacramento

Childcare

Child care is for ages 2 – 10 and is provided during Rosh Hashanah morning services, Kol Nidre early services and all day on Yom Kippur. There is no childcare for Erev Rosh Hashanah services or the late  Kol Nidre service.  A form must be submitted in advance to enroll your child(ren) for child care using the link below.

If you choose to bring a young child to services not specifically noted as child-friendly, please be sure that your child is able to sit through the entire service (approximately two hours) so as not to disturb other worshipers. Otherwise, please register now for child care, or make other arrangements.

Guests

You may include your friends or relatives who would like to attend in one of the following ways:

  • Register now online to request guest tickets. Tickets are $175 per seat per service or $600 if you are requesting tickets for all five services (two evenings, two mornings and Yizkor).
  • We have a limited number of tickets available for visitors and they can only be purchased by members of the synagogue. It is important to emphasize that Congregation Emanu-El members are our first priority with respect to space at High Holy Day services.
  • If your visitors belong to a Reform or Liberal congregation, please ask them to request tickets by having their synagogue email proof of membership, services requested and full contact information to reciprocity@emanuelsf.org. The URJ Courtesy Request form details the information needed.  Your guests should ask their synagogue to indicate that they are attending with you. The sooner your guests can request reciprocity, the sooner we can confirm that we have space to accommodate them. We may not be able to fill last minute requests for all services.  Email to reciprocity@emanuelsf.org.

Travel

The deadline has now passed for us to request reciprocity for our members at other congregations. We suggest you take your Emanu-El High Holy Day One Pass(es) with you to prove your current membership. We cannot guarantee that reciprocity will be accepted by the synagogue you wish to visit. Sorry for any inconvenience.

High Holy Days Ushers

Every year for the High Holy Days services, we need Temple ushers who extend a warm welcome,  help congregants with seating, and answer general questions. Enrich your High Holy Day experience by helping others. There are openings for every service. Register.

Requirement: You must arrive 45 minutes prior to the start of the service to be at your post and ready to greet when the doors open. For more information, please email membership@emanuelsf.org.

 
Questions

If you have any questions about the High Holy Days, please contact our High Holy Days office at (415) 751-2541 x138 or email hhd@emanuelsf.org. The High Holy Days office is staffed on a part-time basis.


Services Open to the Community


High Holy Day Schedule

Learn more about Rosh Hashanah customs here

Wondering about the different styles of our services?

Early Service (formerly Classic): Cantor Arik Luck leads a majestic musical ensemble including strings, clarinet, choir, and keyboard, creating a deeply emotional, uplifting and contemplative experience.
Late Service (formerly Contemporary): Cantor Marsha Attie and her musicians lead soulful, spirited, participatory, warm, intimate and prayerful services.

SELICHOT Program
Saturday, September 21
7:00 pm Schmooze and Havdalah 
7:30 pm HaMapah performance
9:00 to 9:30 pm Selichot service
HaMapah/THE MAP: DANCE/FILM/FINDING FORGIVENESS 
For Selichot, Congregational Emanu-El welcomes DNAWORKS, an arts and service organization that is committed to healing through the arts and dialogue. They will present the program entitled “HaMapah/The Map: Finding Forgiveness,” which incorporates both live and filmed dance performance. Founded in 2006 by Daniel Banks, Ph.D. and former Alvin Ailey dancer, Adam McKinney, M.A., DNAWORKS is an arts and service organization dedicated to furthering artistic expression and dialogue, focusing on issues of identity, culture, class and heritage.

EREV ROSH HASHANAH
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
5:00 pm – Family Service, Martin Meyer Sanctuary

One hour worship, led in a participatory, educational style by our clergy.  Open to the community.  Appropriate for children under age 5, accompanied by at least one adult.
No One Pass or ticket required.

6:00 pm – Early Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Rabbis Ryan Bauer and Sydney Mintz. Sermon by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer .
Music:  Cantor Arik Luck and accompanists.

8:30 pm – Late Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer and Rabbi Carla Fenves.  Sermon by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer.
Music: Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.

ROSH HASHANAH
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

9:00 am – Early Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer and Rabbi Carla Fenves. Sermon by Rabbi Jason Rodich.
Music:  Cantor Arik Luck and accompanists.

10:00 am – Service for families with children ages 5 and under, Martin Meyer Sanctuary
Led by Rabbis Ryan Bauer and Sydney Mintz with music by Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.
No One Pass or ticket required.

11:45 am – Late Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer and Rabbi Jason Rodich. Sermon by Rabbi Sydney Mintz.
Music: Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.

2:30 pm – Service for families with children ages 5-10, Main Sanctuary.
Led by Emanu-El clergy with Cantor Arik Luck and musician Jonathan Ferris.
No One Pass or ticket required.

3:30 pm – Community Service led by our teens, Main Sanctuary
Come and be inspired by the music, communal singing, Torah readings and commentaries created and led by our teens. With Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.
No One Pass or ticket required.

Tashlich

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5:00 pm –  Baker Beach
As instructed by the Prophet Micah, we gather to throw breadcrumbs into the water on Rosh Hashanah afternoon. This ceremony is called Tashlich and represents a symbolic casting away of the transgressions of the past year. Dress casually (and warmly), bring some breadcrumbs and join us for this meaningful ceremony of song and personal reflection. Led by Emanu-El clergy and musicians.

No One Pass or ticket required.

SECOND DAY ROSH HASHANAH
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1

9:30 am – Worship, Reuben Rinder Chapel
A quiet, meditative acoustic service led by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer, Rabbi Ryan Bauer and Cantor Marsha Attie.

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KOL NIDRE and YOM KIPPUR

Learn more about Yom Kippur customs here

KOL NIDRE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8

5:00 pm – Family Service, Martin Meyer Sanctuary
One hour worship, led in a participatory, educational style by our clergy.  Open to the community. Appropriate for children under age 5, accompanied by at least one adult.
No One Pass or ticket required.

6:00 pm – Early Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by  Senior Rabbi Beth Singer and Rabbi Ryan Bauer.  Sermon by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer.
Music:  Cantor Arik Luck and accompanists.

8:30 pm – Late Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Rabbis Sydney Mintz and Jason Rodich. Sermon by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer.
Music: Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.

YOM KIPPUR DAY
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9

9:00 am – Early Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer and Rabbi Jason Rodich . Sermon by Rabbi Carla Fenves.
Music:  Cantor Arik Luck and accompanists.

10:00 am – Service for families with children ages 5 and under, Martin Meyer Sanctuary
Led by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer and Rabbis Ryan Bauer and Sydney Mintz with music by Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.
No One Pass or ticket required.

10:00 am –  High Holy Day Learning, Guild Hall
Emanu-El Scholar Rabbi Lawrence Kushner: Parents

No One Pass or ticket required.

11:30 am – High Holy Day Learning, Guild Hall
Rabbi Emeritus Stephen Pearce:
The Development and Transmission of Jewish Law and Lore
If the Bible is the foundation of Judaism, then the post-biblical writing of the Talmud and numerous other collections of Jewish Law (Halacha) and Lore (Aggadah), created by some of the most gifted scholars in Jewish history, was designed to legislate and narrate centuries of Jewish life in times of change, transition, and revolution –  texts that created normative Judaism.

No One Pass or ticket required.

11:45 am – Late Service, Main Sanctuary
Led by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer and Rabbi Carla Fenves. Sermon by Rabbi Ryan Bauer.
Music: Cantor Marsha Attie and her accompanists.

2:00 pm –  A Panel on San Francisco’s Homeless Crisis, Guild Hall
Please join us for a critical discussion and update on the Tzedek Council’s efforts to reduce the number of youth experiencing homelessness in our city.  Learn about our successes in serving this population, plans for our social justice work in the coming year, and opportunities for you to get involved.

No One Pass or ticket required.

2:00 pm – Reflection and Renewal in the Redwoods: Prayer, Meditation and Music with Rabbi Sydney Mintz. Participants will meet at the front gate of the temple at 2:00 pm to walk to the Presidio and return in time for the 3:30 pm Community Service led by our teens.
No One Pass or ticket required. 

2:30 pm – Afternoon Service, Martin Meyer Sanctuary
Led by Rabbi Jonathan Singer.  Music by Cantor Arik Luck and accompanists.
No One Pass or ticket required.

3:30 pm – Community Service led by our teens, Main Sanctuary
Come and be inspired by the music, communal singing, Torah readings and commentaries created and led by our teen.  With Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.
No One Pass or ticket required.

4:00 pm Guided Meditation, Guild Hall (note: latecomers will not be admitted)
Led by Rabbi Ryan Bauer.
No One Pass or ticket required.

4:00 pm – Healing Service, Reuben Rinder Chapel
Led by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer.
No One Pass or ticket required.

YIZKOR AND NEILAH CONCLUDING WORSHIP

A memorial service called Yizkor (Remembrance) is recited near the conclusion of Yom Kippur. It is said by every person who has lost a parent or other loved ones.
Neilah (the full name of this service is Ne’ilat She’arim (Closing of the Gates), referring to the daily closing of the Temple gates in Jerusalem) follows Yizkor. On Yom Kippur, this literal closing is symbolically associated with the closing of the heavenly gates that remained open to prayer until sunset. If you wish to wait until the Yizkor service concludes, you may enter the sanctuary at the beginning of Neilah.

5:30 pm – Yizkor and Neilah Services, Main Sanctuary
Led by  Rabbis Ryan Bauer and Sydney Mintz. Sermon by Senior Rabbi Beth Singer.
Music: Cantor Arik Luck and accompanists.

5:30 pm – Yizkor and Neilah Services, Martin Meyer Sanctuary
Led by  Senior Rabbi Jonathan Singer and Rabbi Jason Rodich. Sermon by  Rabbi Carla Fenves.
Music: Cantor Marsha Attie and accompanists.
Space is extremely limited. Tickets or One Passes are required.

Havdalah and Break-the-Fast following Neilah, Courtyard

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20

Celebrate Sukkot at the Temple with a festive outdoor service at 5:00 pm on Sunday, October 13, followed by dinner in our courtyard sukkah. Reservations are required for the dinner; watch for registration to open soon.

Throughout Sukkot, bring a lunch or dinner and come shake the lulav!
Join us in the Courtyard with your meal and participate in the Sukkot ritual.

Monday, October 14
Nosh and Service, 8:30 am, Reuben Rinder Chapel

YIZKOR SERVICE
Sunday, October 20
Nosh and Service, Reuben Rinder Chapel

SIMCHAT TORAH
Sunday, October 20

5:00 pm
Join us as we mark the conclusion of the annual cycle of public Torah readings, and the beginning of a new cycle! This joyful and festive occasion includes a light dinner and dancing and singing with the Torah, and is a perfect celebration for the whole family. Reservations are required for the dinner; watch for registration to open soon.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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