This year all High Holyday services will be online.

NO TICKETS REQUIRED.

Please invite your relatives and friends. Everyone may attend free of charge (and make a donation of their choice, if they like). 

Guests, please register by clicking here

We welcome you to this year’s online High Holyday services!
TBA has Zoom and Streamed services.
For ZOOM services, members and guests need to register in advance.
Members should have received an email with registration information. Guests, please register HERE.
For streamed services, click on the name of the service.

All ZOOM services will be restricted to those who register.
Links for Streamed Services will be available 10 minutes prior to the start of services.


Click the picture for tips on “How to Turn Your Home into a Sanctuary for the High Holidays” from ReformJudaism.org

Services are conducted in both the Reform tradition and the Conservative tradition. At TBA, we know that there are many ways to express one’s Judaism. There are also different ways to worship and celebrate. We offer a variety of prayer services and holiday programs designed to encourage our members to experiment and stretch. We not only have services that speak to adults on their level, but also services aimed at toddlers and school-age children.

The CCAR has made the Reform prayer books (Mishkan Hanefesh) that we use available in an online flip book version for free this year. To access the prayer books, click on the links below.

(You will need to have two screens available when using the books–one to view the prayer book, and the other to view the online service.)

Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
There are also discounted Kindle editions And you may purchase the books directly at: CCAR

Friday, Sept. 18   Erev Rosh Hashanah
6:15pm Conservative – ZOOM service
Registration required
  7:30pm Reform – ZOOM service with pre-recorded music
Registration required
Saturday, Sept. 19   Rosh Hashanah Day 1 (Shabbat)
  9:00am Conservative – STREAMED SERVICE
No registration required
service
  9:30am Reform – STREAMED SERVICE, with Shofar
No registration required
  1:00pm Children’s Service, ages 8 and up –  ZOOM, with Shofar
Registration required
  1:00pm Reimagining Rosh HaShanah (*see details below) – ZOOM service, with Shofar
No registration required
  2:30pm Family Service, ages 0-7– ZOOM, with Shofar
Registration required
  4:00-6:00pm Day 1 Tashlich – Live & In Person (CDC permitting) at Loh Stream**
Sunday, Sept. 20   Rosh Hashanah Day 2
  9:00am Conservative – STREAMED SERVICE, with Shofar
No registration required
  9:30am Reform – STREAMED SERVICE, with Shofar
No registration required
  1:00-2:30pm Day 2 Tashlich – Live & In Person (CDC permitting) at Loh Stream**
Sunday, Sept. 27   Kol Nidrei
  6:15pm Conservative – STREAMED SERVICE
No registration required
  7:30pm Reform – STREAMED SERVICE
No registration required
Monday, Sept. 28   Yom Kippur
  9:00am Conservative, w/ Yizkor – STREAMED SERVICE – No registration required STREAMED SERVICE – No Registration required
  9:30am Reform – STREAMED SERVICE
No Registration required
  1:00pm Healing Service – ZOOM
Registration required
  1:00pm Children’s Service, ages 8 and up – ZOOM
Registration required
  2:30pm Family Service , ages 0-7– ZOOM
Registration required
  4:30pm Reform Afternoon Service, Yizkor and Conclusion – ZOOM
Registration required
  5:00pm Conservative Afternoon Service and Conclusion – ZOOM
Registration required

*Please join Sharon DeLevie and Felise Milan in our 6th year of “Reimagining Rosh Hashanah,” an alternative service including poems, readings, interactive discussions, and break-out groups. This year’s service will include discussion about a controversial prayer and take on the question of Sarah’s white privilege.  Also, expect some fun Shofar blowing!

 **Tashlich is not a formal service but will consist of a two hour time period during which you will be able to perform the ceremony, greet Rabbi Holtz, and hear the Shofar. 

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