Yom Kippur begins on Tuesday, October 8 with Kol Nidre.  On Wednesday, October 9, the day begins with the family service on the bima at 9 am and the main service at 10.  After the main service, there are services and events throughout the day including the Afternoon Service, Yizkor, Neilah and Approaching the Ark.  Everyone is most welcome to these services and many people find these afternoon activities deeply moving and meaningful and personal.  Come and be with us.
Simchat Torah/Consecration/Yiskor
October 20
Events and activities begin at 9 am

The end of the Days of Awe culminates in Simchat Torah. At 9:00 am we will have a Sukkot text study and Yiskor service in the pre-function area.  All are welcome. At 10:30, we will be celebrating Simchat Torah as we end the Torah reading in Deuteronomy and begin again in Genesis. The cantor will lead us in song and we will share the moments together.  We will also celebrate consecration with the first graders and welcome new students to the school.
Don't forget to bring your personal needs donation to the temple on Yom Kippur, or anytime after, as we help our friends at Mercy Center as part of our new and deepening relationship.