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High Holidays 5781 / 2020


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Shanah Tovah! While the High Holidays will look different this year, we’re going to bring you an incredible viewing experience that will allow your High Holidays to be both meaningful and safe.

While it’s tough that we can’t all be together for services, there are some special things that we’re planning to do—like Tashlich at Sugar House Park! Also, for Ne’ilah we will be allowing individuals or families, one at a time, into the synagogue to have a moment in front of the ark for your personal prayer. Afterwards you'll have the opportunity to hear the shofar blast together from your the parking lot.

Thank you so much for your support during this trying year. With the renewal of your membership you'll receive a unique passcode to access all of our services. To be a Member-In-Good-Standing you need to have made payments equal to 25% of your annual commitment or have made other arrangements. If you have any questions, please contact Danny Burman.

Guest access is also available and can be purchased here for $180 which gets you a unique link for all High Holiday services.

5781 High Holiday Service Schedule

Saturday, September 12th
6:30 pm — Selihot Night Live
Join the Conservative Movement to learn, sing, and connect as a community. Over 60 rabbis and cantors will present, and a variety of Selihot services will be offered throughout the evening. This event is free and open to all. Learn more and register.
Registration closes on Thursday, September 10th.

The ACC, CCAR and URJ are pleased to offer this one-hour Selichot service and worship experience. The service provides meaningful reflection, song, and prayers from Mishkan HaLev, a Siddur for Selichot, as well as a visual ritual for changing of the Torah Mantles to white for our sacred days. Watch the service here.

Rosh Hashanah
Friday, September 18th
8:00 pm — Erev Rosh Hashanah Service

Saturday, September 19th
9:00 am — Conservative Service
9:30 am — Reform Service
11:30 am — Family Service
5:00 pm — Tashlich (Sugar House Park)
8:00 pm — Erev Rosh Hashanah
 Second Evening Service 

Sunday, September 20th
9:00 am — Rosh Hashanah Second Day Morning Service
2:00 pm — Teen Tashlich

Yom Kippur
Sunday, September 27th
7:00 pm — Kol Nidre Service

Monday, September 28th
8:30 am — Conservative Service
9:30 am — Reform Service
11:30 am — Family Service
1:30 pm — Breakout Sessions
Approx. 5:00 pm — Mincha Services
Approx. 6:30 pm — Yizkor Service
7:00 pm — Ne’ilah Service
7:54 pm — Yom Kippur Ends with Shofar Blow

Friday, October 2nd
TBA — Erev Sukkot Service

Saturday, October 3rd
9:00 am — Sukkot Morning 1 Service

Hoshana Rabbah
Friday, October 9th
9:00 am — Hoshana Rabbah Service

Sh'mini Atzeret and Simchat Torah
Saturday, October 10th
9:00 am — Sh'mini Atzeret, Shabbat Morning, and Yizkor Service
TBA — Simchat Torah Service

Sunday, October 11th
9:00 am — Simchat Torah Service

Sun, September 20 2020 2 Tishrei 5781