5782 High Holiday Services

We are excitedly planning for in-person High Holy Day services this year in our synagogue home

on the Pride Center campus. Services will be live-streamed on FaceBook.

If you are not a member but would like to join us for services, we would love to have you!  Please look below for more information and feel free to email us with any questions.

Please note, the deadline for some items has passed.  Tickets and information are still available below.

5782 Service Schedule
Services will be live-streamed on FaceBook

   Erev Rosh Hashana                             Sunday, September 25 at 8pm

   Rosh Hashana Service                         Monday, September 26 at 10am

   Rosh Hashana Luncheon                   Monday, September 26 at 1:00pm

    Kol Nidre                                                                   Tuesday October 4  at 8pm             

    Yom Kippur                                                         Wednesday October 5 at 10am

    Yizkor Service (follows morning service approximately 12:pm-12:15)    

    Afternoon Healing Service                    Wednesday October 5 5pm

   Concluding Service                                   Wednesday October 5 6pm

   Break-the-fast                                    Wednesday October 5 7:30pm

 

JOIN OUR ETZ CHAIM FAMILY FOR THE HOLIDAYS

 

We welcome you to our services. Please let us know how we can help. 

Options to pay online are provided below.

We thank you for your continued interest and support!

Tickets

We suggest a donation of $60 per service. Tickets may be purchased at the door or by clicking below.

If you pay below we will have your name on a list at the door.

To donate a different amount, please click below.  Thank you for your support.

Services

All CEC members will be admitted to all services.  (Become a Member).

We are planning on having in-person services this year in our synagogue home on the Pride Center Campus.

We also plan to livestream services on FaceBook.

 

If you have any questions regarding             services or ticket options,                    email us or, if you prefer,         contact Rabbi Kitty directly.

High Holiday Appeal

The High Holidays are also a time for giving in our community.  Our High Holiday Appeal helps to fund the gap between our income from dues and programming, and our total operating costs. Thank you for considering a donation to the Appeal.