High Holy Days
High Holy Days at Temple Sinai
All of us at Temple Sinai are eager to wish you L’Shanah Tovah! Our clergy, staff and Board look forward to welcoming you to High Holy Day services as we begin the new year together. We hope 5777 will be a year of health, happiness and peace for all.
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Welcome the High Holy Days with S'lichot - Saturday, September 24 at 7:00 PM
We invite you to welcome the High Holy Days with a special S’lichot celebration:
7:00 pm - Empty Nester’s Dinner & wine
8:00 pm - Rabbi Kingsley will present his recently published memoire “My Spiritual Journey: A Life of Service, A Life of Choice”
9:00 pm - Dessert reception
9:30 pm - S’lichot Service
To participate of the Empty Nester’s dinner, there will be a cost of $18 per person. Kindly RSVP to the Temple office at 305-932-9010 or firstname.lastname@example.org by September 16, 2016.
Preparing for the High Holy Days
With the overriding goal of encouraging a greater degree of participation and engagement in services and liturgy, Rabbi Litwak and Cantor Norman have been working together to bring our community a newly revised High Holy Day experience.
In order to help you prepare for the High Holy Days, Rabbi Litwak will be offering two adult learning sessions:
- Sunday, September 11 at 9:30 am. Topic: Rosh HaShanah
- Sunday, September 18 at 9:30 am. Topic: Yom Kippur.
This program is free and open to the community. Kindly RSVP to email@example.com for one or both sessions.
High Holy Days Services
There will be an Oneg after Erev Rosh HaShanah service.
Sisterhood is sponsoring a Break Fast following the Yom Kippur afternoon service.
*If your children (ages PK3 to 4th Grade) are pre-registered for the Children’s Program and worship, please be sure they are signed in by 9:45 a.m. The Children’s Program ends immediately at the conclusion of the adult service.
**Please note that Temple Sinai will again be offering a Family Service geared towards elementary age students.