We're excited to begin 5776 with you and to use Mishkan Hanefesh,
the first new holiday prayer book in 40 years from the Reform Movement. Throughout the High Holy Days,
Rabbi Cattapan will share thoughts about the new machzor and how to find new meaning in old prayers.The new book includes updated translations, new readings and poetry, and easily accessible transliteration.
Please join us during the Days of Awe, beginning with our Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
and New Year's Reception
on Sunday evening, September 13. Find the High Holy Days Schedule. Find membership information.
The Temple's leadership, staff, and volunteers have been working hard to prepare for this sacred season. Please make a reservation or respond for the following:
· Rosh Hashanah Lunch following morning worship (RSVP by September 10)
· Tashlich and Open House for Temple members on Rosh Hashanah hosted by Rabbi Cattapan & Kris Gray at their home (RSVP by September 8)
· Break-the-Fast following concluding services on Yom Kippur (RSVP by September 16)
· Make a donation of $54 or more for the Floral Fund or General Operations by September 4 to be included in the special High Holy Days Announcements. Find out more.
· To have a loved ones name included during the Memorial Service on Yom Kippur, please let us know no later than September 16.
Please support our High Holy Days Food Drive by picking up a grocery bag on Rosh Hashanah and returning it on Yom Kippur filled with non-perishable food and household items for local food banks.
Please help us purchase new machzors for our congregation with your donation to the Prayer Book Fund. For each $36 contribution, we'll include a bookplate recognizing the donor, along with the name of a loved one or event to be commemorated. Find an order form.