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High Holy Days

 

Erev Rosh Hashanah -- Monday, September 6, 7:30pm

Rosh Hashanah morning -- Tuesday, September 7, 10am

Kol Nidrei -- Wednesday, September 15, 7:30pm

Yom Kippur Morning-- Thursday, September 16,  10am

Yom Kippur Yizkor & Closing Services -- Thursday, September 16, 5pm

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. 

With health and safety our highest priority, all services on campus will be limited to those who are fully vaccinated against the COVID virus. 

EVERY SERVICE ON CAMPUS will be live-streamed!  So, if you cannot be on campus, or simply chose not to be, you can enjoy the music, prayer and spirituality you have come to expect from the comfort of your home, much like you did last year. 

This also means that children under 13, who cannot be vaccinated at the current time, may not come to services on campus.  The wonderful and fulfilling "Rosh Hashanah at Camp" experience is the perfect way for a family with children under 13 to celebrate this special time. 

In addition, given the recent LA County mask mandate, all will be required to wear masks while in services. 

Members may request tickets by clicking HERE.  Please note:

Tickets will be specific to each person.  To enter, you will have to show your ticket, your proof of vaccine, and a matching photo ID every time. 

Members may purchase limited guest tickets for extended family.  Non-members may purchase tickets once we are know we have satisfied all requests of members. Given the limited space this year, it is possible that we cannot offer any tickets to non-members. Please be in touch with Bruce Raff at if you have any questions about services or tickets. 

 

 

WE ASK THAT YOU RSVP TO WATCH.  THEY ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY!  ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS

LET US KNOW

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. 

 

RSVP HERE