Name tags/tickets have been mailed out. When you receive your name tags/tickets, please do not misplace them. All are asked to wear them anytime you will be in the building for the High Holidays.
We Worship as a Community
We are looking forward to spending the High Holidays together as a community. We hope that they will be meaningful, uplifting and inspiring. Those with tickets to our services are welcome at any and all services and programs listed in this brochure. We encourage you to invite friends and neighbors to those services that are open to the public, as marked on the schedule.
Children and families are welcome at all services and programs. Age guidelines are merely a recommendation based on past experience. Adults are also welcome at all services.
• Young Children’s Services: infants – preschoolers
• Family Services: all ages
We offer a range of assistance for those who need a little extra help worshipping with us:
• Copious handicap accessible parking
• Listening assistance devices
• Wheelchair access
• Tickets for health aides
• ASL interpreters
Click for LIVE STREAMING during the High Holidays
Read the Rabbi's Letter here ...
Read the President's Letter here ...
Click for the High Holiday Brochure
Click for the High Holiday Radio Brochure
High Holiday Childcare
Childcare during the High Holiday services is complimentary for families attending services. It includes age-appropriate activities, play and snacks for children 6 weeks through 6 years old, and is held in the Kehillah School for Early Learning. Infants need appropriate food and supplies. Click for more information and to reserve a spot for your child(ren).
Second Day Rosh Hashanah Hike & Service on Bear Mountain
Tuesday, October 4, 9 am - 12:30 pm
Since Judaism’s inception, mountains have featured prominently in our stories and traditions: from the Binding of Isaac on Mt. Moriah, to receiving Torah on Mt. Sinai, to the events on Mt. Masada and more. Join us for our 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah service at a beautiful outlook on Bear Mountain. Click for more information and to reserve space. Or, you can choose to attend Rosh Hashanah Services at Temple Israel of New Rochelle.