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		                                    High Holy Days 5784		                                </span>

Many people ask whether things quiet down over the Summer at Sinai? And while maybe it’s a tiny bit slower here, we spend much of the summer getting ready for the High Holy Days. 

We invest so much time and love into the High Holy Days because it is a sacred season that brings our community together. The Holy Days are a chance for us to pray together, to learn together, to simply be together and want to laugh together. We celebrate that even though we all connect to Sinai in different ways during the year, we are united by our observance and celebration of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. 

The centerpiece of the High Holy Day liturgy is the Unetaneh Tokef prayer. In this prayer we recite the famous line: “Repentance (teshuva), prayer (tefilah), and charity (tzedakah) annul the severity of the decree.” These are the things we can do in our lives to make a positive difference, for ourselves and those around us. (Teshuva, tefilah, tzedakah) What resonates with us? One of the above? All of the above? What will you connect with this year? What services will you attend on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur day? Our Main Service? Or our Reconsidered Service?  Will you take a walk on the nature trail, study with me and Rabbi Levenberg or join Beth Shafer for a Healing Service?  

As we begin 5784, we are grateful that the Holy Days will bring our many paths together, and we are excited to share this most beautiful season with you as we celebrate our Many Journeys, One Home. L’shanah Tovah!

Temple Sinai is delighted to have Beth Styles, Guest Cantorial Soloist, with us during the High Holy Days. Beth will be joining the clergy on the Bima during many of our services.  You can read more about her in her bio here. 



Cellist Amy Sue Barston will also be with us and on the bima for our Kol Nidre service. Learn more about Amy here.

We are pleased to continue the use of e-tickets for the High Holy Days and have simplified the process for you to receive your unique e-ticket. Select the 'E-Ticket' option below to learn more.

Should you need assistance, please contact 404-252-3073 or email Note due to a high call volume during the High Holy Day season, email is preferred and we greatly appreciate your patience! 

General Information

As we gather together, please join us to help create a courteous and respectful atmosphere for worship, study and community in our holy space:
• Please turn off or silence cell phones during all services.
• The sanctuary doors will remain closed while the congregation is standing and during the sermon.
• During these sacred Holy Days, please allow congregants the opportunity for prayer and reflection by keeping noise in the sanctuary and the lobby to a minimum.

Important Dates and Deadlines
August 15: E-tickets Sent From SimpleTix
August 28: 5784 Babies Form Due 
August 28: Yizkor Book Form Due 
September 5: Special Assistance Seating and Parking Selections Due 
September 8: Erev Rosh HaShanah Dinner Registration Due 

Prayer Books
We remain grateful to the children and grandchildren of Eva and George Stern, who enabled us to purchase copies for every member of the congregation. If you would like to purchase books to follow along at home, click here for details.

Saving of Seats
In order to enhance the High Holy Days experience for everyone, attendees will only be able to save a seat for him/herself, one additional adult and non-adult children. Congregants wishing to reserve seats for additional family members or friends will need to ensure there is one adult present for every two seats.

Sun, May 26 2024 18 Iyar 5784