Days of Awe (High Holy Days)

Excerpt From Yom Kippur Service

  What Does it Mean to Forgive?  On Yom Kippur, several congregants were asked to reflect on meaning of forgiveness. Read thought provoking and heartfelt stories as congregants share their personal experiences. 

  Listen to the message from the Clergy.

Rabbi Z with Shofar

High Holy Days 2016 - 5777

Worship schedule

Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, October 2, 2016
Rosh Hashanah First Day - Monday, October 3, 2016
Rosh Hashanah Second Day - Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Kol Nidrei- Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Yom Kippur - Wednesday, October 12, 2016

We look forward to gathering as one family and community for worship during the Days of Awe. We encourage you to join us at services to celebrate the New Year and seek meaning and purpose in your life.

Kol Nidre Pledges

Days of Awe 2016 - 5777 Supplement 

Click here for the complete Days of Awe Supplement Guidewhich includes: Worship Schedule, High Holy Day Seating Information, Childcare, Online Services, Parking, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, 


Break the Fast

RSVP here>  October 12
Join us for the community Break-the-Fast, after the conclusion of Yom Kippur services, sponsored by The Sisterhood of The Community Synagogue. RSVPs are a must. $12 adult / $5 child (2-12)

High Holy Day Prayer Book


Order your personalized High Holy Day Prayer Bookplate in honor of:  

  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah, birth, wedding or other joyous moment
  • Celebrating your children, parents, grandchildren or grandparents
  • In memory of loved ones 
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Ticket Information - 2016

Member Seating & Complimentary Guest Tickets

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All members families (children through age 26) will automatically receive tickets for the Main Sanctuary.

Guest tickets for the Main Sanctuary are complimentary and limited to four(4) per member family.

Additional guests are welcome to join us and will be issued tickets for seating in our High Holy DayTent or in the Multi-Purpose Room.

 If you wish to order guest tickets, please complete the on-line Member Guest Ticket registration form  


General Seating Information: 

All seats are on a first come, first seated basis... and arriving early for services is recommended. Please be polite to others and refrain from saving seats. We also ask those who anticipate leaving prior to the conclusion of the service to take seats on the outer aisle, close to the doors. Overflow seating will be available in the Multi-Purpose Room with streaming of services.

Seating for Non-Members:  

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Tickets are FREE for non-affiliated individuals who join us for worship, and sit in the Tent or the Multi-Purpose Room. This will help us reduce the overcrowding in our sanctuary during the High Holy Day services and help us to raise some much-needed funds to balance our budget.Reserve your non-member High Holy Day tickets.


Book of Memory

A Book of Memory is distributed to the congregation during Yizkor services on Yom Kippur afternoon.  Book of Memory form


Child Care

Child care is available for children 3 - 6 years of age. Reservations are REQUIRED as space is limited. 

Please call Allison, the Clergy Assistant, 883-3144 ext 328 to reserve a spot. Call early!


Family Services

On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur there is age-appropriate, innovative, educational, and fun programming for children. 

High Holy Day Music