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		                                    High Holy Day Virtual Access		                                </span>

All services will be available to stream virtually both in real time and on demand (upon the conclusion
of the service). Registration for virtual viewing is NOT required.

Sunday, September 24
Kol Nidre/Erev Yom Kippur
5:00 pm - Tot Service

8:00 pm - Kol Nidre Service

Monday, September 25
Yom Kippur
9:30 am - Yom Kippur Service

12:00 pm - Ask the Clergy (In Person Only)

1:30 pm - Yom Kippur Reconsidered Service

1:30 pm- Legacy & Longing: The Yom Kippur War at 50 Years

3:15 pm - Traditional Service

3:15 pm - Healing Service

3:15 pm - Texts from the Cutting Room Floor

4:15 pm - Yizkor/Neilah

You will need to purchase the Mishkan HaNafesh (High Holy Day machzor) to participate in our services online.

High Holy Day Prayer Books
We will use our High Holy Day machzor (prayer book) Mishkan HaNefesh for this year’s Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. Members of our community who will be participating in our Holy Day worship services virtually are highly encouraged to acquire either a Kindle or Hardcover version of Mishkan HaNefesh*.

  • Mishkan HaNefesh: Rosh Hashanah: Machzor for the Days of Awe – Kindle edition, $9.99 PURCHASE HERE
  • Mishkan HaNefesh: Yom Kippur: Machzor for the Days of Awe – Kindle edition, $9.99 PURCHASE HERE
  • Mishkan HaNefesh: Machzor for the Days of Awe – Hardcover edition (2 vols, RH & YK), $50.00  PURCHASE HERE 

• Books will not be loaned from Temple Sinai.
• The ability to participate fully in worship is an essential value at Temple Sinai. Thus, we are happy to help any members limited to virtual participation with the associated costs of acquiring a siddur should assistance be needed.  Please reach out confidentially to Jack Feldman –

Connect to a Big Screen
There are many ways to enhance your virtual High Holy Day experience and one way is to hook your computer up to a big screen for a better viewing experience.  You can connect to your TV or even rent a big screen and watch it in your backyard. Click here to watch a video from Rabbi Ron Segal or here for written instructions to connect your device to a big screen.

Wed, July 24 2024 18 Tammuz 5784