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High Holy Days

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The High Holy days give us an opportunity to celebrate and reflect. As one of the largest Reform congregations in the country, we offer our members several options for High Holy Day worship. 

High Holy Day Sermons and Music
High Holy Day Sermons and Music

If you weren't able to join us for the High Holy Days — or you did and would like to revisit some of the highlights — we are delighted to share our rabbis' sermons and a selection of our cantors' music.

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Elul - A Month to Reflect and Prepare
Elul - A Month to Reflect and Prepare

Elul, the last month in the Hebrew calendar, is a time of reflection. At the start of every week during this special month, we will share guided meditations, texts, prayers, and poems for you to contemplate and practice.

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Selichot
Selichot

Toward the end of the month of Elul, a week before Rosh Hashanah on Saturday night, we gather as a community and recite selichot, prayers of penitence.

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Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur

Beginning with the Kol Nidre and its soul-stirring prayers, the Day of Atonement provides our congregants with many options for community prayer and personal reflection at Temple. 

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