Because of the COVID-19 pandemic all information here is tentative. Final plans will be posted later.
Temple Israel provides a full schedule of High Holy Days services and childcare for certain services. Temple Israel’s parking lot provides parking for services, but overflow parking areas are available with neighboring businesses.
High Holy Day tickets are mailed to congregants. Free tickets for guests are available upon request; guests and non-affliated people can buy tickets.
Bags and purses will be checked upon entry to the building. We recommend that members and guests do not bring bags or purses.
To make your HHD service experience more meaningful, Temple Israel provides some tips and information about restrictions during services.
Temple Israel serves as a Foodbank drop-off point during the High Holidays.
Temple Israel’s Sisterhood provides challah and bubka for the holidays.
The temple office is open during normal hours (9 am – 5 pm, Monday-Friday) during the HHD period, but it closes at 2:30 pm on both Erev Rosh Hashanah and Kol Nidre and closes on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (depending on the specific dates for HHD in any year).