Every year, the Holy Days present the special times we gather as an entire community to pray, to sing, to be together, and to launch the year. This year, with the pandemic still upon us, we have unique challenges -- and opportunities -- to celebrate the holy days.
From the comfort of your home, you will be able to enjoy meaningful and inspirational services, led by our entire clergy team. Look at the bright sides! No getting all dressed up, no stress about parking, no security lines, and yet, beautiful, engaging services like those you have come to know and expect.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will be broadcast on this website. We'll go LIVE for each service, yet all the services will remain available to you to watch anytime thereafter. For your convenience, they will also be available on FacebookLive and the Temple Judea YouTube page.
Erev Rosh Hashanah -- Friday, September 18, 7pm.
Rosh Hashanah morning -- Saturday, September 19, 10am.
Kol Nidrei -- Sunday, September 27, 7pm.
Yom Kippur -- Monday, September 28, 10am.
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Each service, with most of the prayers and music you expect, as well as a rabbi's sermon, will last between an hour and an hour 10 minutes.
These services don't require a prayerbook. But we are sending temple members a beautiful commemorative book of prayers and readings to accompany the service. This book will also be our annual Book of Remembrance, listing the names of our lost loved ones. A version of the book is available HERE