High Holy Days
Information on parking, services, accessibility, and more is available in our online Guide to High Holy Day Services & Tickets. We look forward to sharing the beauty and joy of the High Holy Days with you.
Parking During the High Holy Days
We have new off-site parking locations this year, which remain the most convenient and stress-free way to park for High Holy Day services. Safe, comfortable, climate-controlled shuttle buses will run throughout the holidays, bringing you from off-site parking to the Temple’s door and back. Visit our parking information page to learn more.
America's Journey for Justice
NAACP will be ending their historic Journey for Justice march at Temple on Tuesday, September 15. Lend your voice to the call for economic equality, education reform, criminal justice reform, and voting rights by joining us for this event.
Sukkot: A Time of Action
Roll up your sleeves and join us for a week-long tikkun olam initiative. We're tackling serious issues that affect our community: hunger and homelessness, immigration, and civil rights and race relations. The week of events begins on Sunday, September 27. Visit our webpage to learn more.
I had the honor to spend two days on America’s Journey for Justice – an 860 mile walk, organized by the NAACP, from Selma, Alabama to Washington, D.C. We began the journey at the Amelia Boynton House where civil rights activists gathered 50 years ago to organize a march from Selma to Montgomery to fight for voting rights. The march that day turned into what was known as “Bloody Sunday,” and Amelia Boynton, one of the organizers, was beaten unconscious on the Edmund Pettus Bridge by police. It was a dark day in American history, which nevertheless became a catalyst for change. American men and women – who paid the same taxes as their neighbors, who fought and died in American uniform for the freedoms of others, and who were essentially denied the right to vote – organized to demand their civil rights.Read More ➔
Help children in need this fall by providing backpacks and school supplies to Friendship Place. Formerly known as the Community Council for the Homeless, Friendship Place is a leader in fighting homelessness and supporting formerly homeless individuals and families in our community. As a charter member, WHC has been involved with many Friendship Place initiatives, and we, along with other area congregations, are answering the call now to help 120 children by filling backpacks with items they need for the upcoming school year by Monday, August 17.Read More ➔