Rosh Hashanah 

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The two-day festival of Rosh Hashanah is observed on the 1st and 2nd days of Tishrei.

The primary theme of the day is our acceptance of G‑d as our King. The Kabbalists teach that the renewal of G‑d’s desire for the world, and thus the continued existence of the universe, is dependent upon this. We accept G‑d as our King, and G‑d is aroused, once again, with the desire to continue creating the world for one more year.

Much of the day is spent in synagogue. G‑d not only desires to have a world with people, G‑d wants an intimate relationship with each one of us. In addition to the collective aspects of Rosh Hashanah worship, each man and woman personally asks G‑d to accept the coronation, thus creating the bond of “We are Your people and You are our King.”

The central observance of Rosh Hashanah is the sounding of the shofar, the ram’s horn. The shofar is sounded on both days of Rosh Hashanah.  Altogether, we listen to 100 shofar blasts each day of Rosh Hashanah.

Back by popular demand, we will again be offering services in an outdoor tent for enhanced safety.

Sunday, Sept 25, 2022

Light Candles at 6:36 pm

Say Blessings 1 & 5

Evening Services: 7:00 pm

Monday, Sept 26, 2022

Morning Services: 9:30 am

Children Service: 10:45 am

Shofar Sounding: 11:15 am

Tashlich Service: 5:00 pm

Evening Services: 8:00 pm

Light Candles* after 7:33 pm

Tuesday, Sept 27, 2022

Morning Services: 9:30 am

Shofar Sounding: 11:15 am

Holiday Ends at 7:31 pm