Autumn is just around the corner and Temple Judea’s clergy and staff are hard at work preparing a series of meaningful, inspirational experiences for the High Holy Days and the Festivals of Tishrei. 

As a member, you and your immediate family (adults and children in your household between the ages of 9-30 years old) are entitled to tickets for High Holy Day Services at Temple Judea. If you have not yet renewed your commitment for 2023-24, please renew online or email Member Services for help, as we cannot confirm High Holy Day ticketing without your completed membership.





Sanctuary Services will take place the Goor Sanctuary for those 4th grade and older. 

Youth & Family Programs such as Rosh Hashanah @ Camp Alonim and Yom Kippur Youth & Family Experience @ TJ are geared towards children 9 and under, and their families.

Childcare is also offered by to members during select High Holy Day services (listed in the schedule below) so that adults may enjoy a prayerful and contemplative moment while their children are cared for in a trusted environment.

 To learn more about our online High Holy Day service options and/or to fulfill the mitzvah of making a contribution to our High Holiday Appeal, click the applicable image below.



Rejoice. Reflect. Renew.
Saturday, September 9 @ 8pm
in the Goor Sanctuary & Grossblatt Chapel

Erev Rosh Hashanah
An evening for setting intentions.
Friday, September 15 @ 5pm & 8pm
in the Goor Sanctuary

Childcare is available for the 5pm service

Rosh Hashanah Day
Welcome the new year together.
Saturday, September 16 @ 9am & 12pm
in the Goor Sanctuary

Childcare is available for both services

Rosh Hashanah @ Camp
A day of outdoor inspiration for the kid in all of us!
Monday, September 16 @ 9am
at Camp Alonim

Community, social action, and ritual.
Sunday, September 17 @ 9am
at Malibu Creek State Park

Kol Nidre
The holiest night of the year. 
Sunday, September 24 @ 5pm & 8pm
in the Goor Sanctuary

Childcare is available for the 5pm service

Yom Kippur Morning
Reflection and repentance.
Monday, September 25 @ 9am & 12am
in the Goor Sanctuary

Yom Kippur Youth & Family Experience
A meaningful experience for the younger set.
Monday, September 25 @ 10am
in the Judea/Solael Rooms

Yom Kippur Study Session
With Rabbi Aaronson.
Monday, September 25 @ 2:30pm
in the Goor Sanctuary

Yom Kippur Afternoon, Yizkor & Neilah Prayers
Music & reflection, the Yizkor & Neilah prayers.
Monday, September 25
Yom Kippur Afternoon Service @ 3:30pm
Yizkor & Neilah @ 4:30pm
in the Judea/Solael Rooms

Childcare is available between 2:30 - 6 pm

Shabbat Sukkot Service
Celebrate Shabbat & Sukkot in the Sukkah.
Friday, September 29 @ 6:15pm
in the TJ Courtyard

Simchat Torah Family Shabbat
Dance. Sing. Begin Again.
Friday, October 6 
Simchat Torah Youth & Family Dinner @ 5:30pm
Shabbat Service @ 6:15pm
in the Goor Sanctuary


PARKING: During High Holy Day services, parking will be available in the north lot on Lindley Ave. until full, with overflow parking available at St. Paul's Methodist Church (on the corner of Lindley Ave. and Burbank Blvd.) and wherever street parking is available.

BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE: It is a Jewish custom during the High Holy Days to honor the memory of our family members and friends who are no longer with us by including their names in a Yizkor book - a Book of Remembrance. We hope this digital keepsake adds to this sensitive time of reflection for you and the members of your family. Members may make a donation when reserving sanctuary service or family program tickets. 

NON-MEMBER TICKETS: After member ticket reservations are fulfilled, non-members may purchase tickets at $50 per person, per service. Please call (818) 758-3800 to fulfill your ticket request, if space is available.

To learn more about our online High Holy Day service options and/or to fulfill the mitzvah of making a contribution to our High Holy Day Appeal, click the applicable image below.