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2024 HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICE SCHEDULE

Selichot: Saturday, September 28

7:00-9:00 pm: exact program TBD – [Havdalah will be at 7:20 pm]

Erev Rosh Hashanah: Wednesday, October 2

5:45 pm: Traditional Rosh Hashanah Service – Kohn Chapel

7:30 pm: Monkarsh Family Erev Rosh Hashanah Live – Ziegler Sanctuary

Rosh Hashanah, Day #1: Thursday, October 3

8:30-9:30 am: P’sukei D’Zimrah & Shacharit – Barad Hall

9:00-10:00 am: Shofar Blast – Look: New location! Weinberg Gym

  • A Dor Chadash Experience for Young Children
  • For children ages 0-Kindergarten, siblings are welcome too!
  • With Rabbi Kornsgold, Rabbi Taff, Cantor Orly Campbell

9:30 am:

  • Barad Hall Service – Barad Hall
  • Ziegler Sanctuary Service – Ziegler Sanctuary

Rabbi Guzik sermon at approx. 11:30 am (subject to change)

9:30-10:00 am: Rosh Hashanah Learning with Rabbi Wolpe – Gold Hall – Open to everyone    

10:00 am: Traditional Family Minyan Service – Gold Hall

  • With Rabbi Gavriella Kornsgold and Cantor Keith Miller

10:00 am: Children’s Programming Begins

  • Child CarePotty Trained – 2nd Grade G level
  • Grades 3-6 check-in Rickles Gym
  • ** all Children’s Programming ends when adult services conclude

10:00 am: NEW – Tween & Teen Rosh Hashanah Hang-Out – Room TBD

10:15- 11:45 am: L’Dor V’Dor Intergenerational Musical Service – Weinberg Gym

With Rabbi Avi Taff, Cantor Orly Campbell and professional musicians

90-minute Family Experience featuring:

  • Child and teen participation
  • Musical highlights
  • Family blessings for the New Year
  • Rabbinic wisdom for all generations

10:30-11:15 am: ATID Rosh Hashanah Experience with Rabbi Wolpe – Kohn Chapel

11:30 am -12:15 pm: Teen Gathering – with Rabbi Moe – Youth Lounge

5:45 pm: Mincha/Maariv – Kohn Chapel

Rosh Hashanah, Day #2: Friday, October 4

8:30 am: P’sukei D’Zimrah & Shacharit – Kohn Chapel

9:00 am: Shofar Blast – Gold Hall

Dor Chadash Experience for Young Children

 On Rosh Hashanah, Day #2- Ziegler Sanctuary is open to all members

9:30 am: Ziegler Sanctuary Service – Ziegler Sanctuary

9:30-10:00 am: Rosh Hashanah Learning with Rabbi Erez Sherman – Gold Hall

  • Open to everyone

10:00 am: Traditional Family Minyan – Kohn Chapel

10:00 am: Children’s Programming Begins

  • Child CarePotty Trained – 2nd Grade – G level
  • Grades 3-6 – Rickles Gym

5:45 pm: Mincha/ Shabbat Maariv – Kohn Chapel

Tashlich: Sunday, October 6

 

Kol Nidre: Friday Evening, October 11

1:00 pm: Mincha – Kohn Chapel

6:00-7:00 pm: L’Dor V’Dor Intergenerational Musical Service  (Weinberg Gym) with Rabbi Taff, Rabbi Moe & Cantor Orly

6:00 pm: Kol Nidrei

  • Ziegler Sanctuary
  • Barad Hall
  • Traditional Family Minyan

6:00-8:30 pm:  Child Care

Potty Trained – 2nd Grade – G level

  • Grades 3-6
  • Rickles Gym (4th Floor)
Yom Kippur: Saturday, October 12

9:00 am: P’sukei D’Zimrah & Shacharit – Barad Hall

9:00-10:00 am: Shofar Blast – Weinberg Gym

  • Dor Chadash Experience for Young Children

10:00 am: Children’s Programming Begins

  • Child CarePotty Trained – 2nd Grade – G level
  • Grades 3-6 check-in
  • Rickles Gym
  • ** all Children’s and Teen Programming ends when adult services conclude.

10:00 am: NEW –  Tween & Teen Yom Kippur Hang-Out – Room TBD

10:15 am: Ziegler Sanctuary Service – Ziegler Sanctuary – Rabbi Sherman sermon followed by Yizkor at approx. 12:30 (subject to change)

  • Barad Hall Service – Barad Hall
  • Traditional Family Minyan – Gold Hall

10:15- 11:45 am: L’Dor V’Dor Intergenerational Musical Service – Weinberg Gym

  • 90-minute Family Experience featuring:
    • Child and teen participation and leading
    • Musical highlights

10:30-11:15 am: ATID Yom Kippur Experience with Rabbi Moe – Kohn Chapel

 11:30 am -12:15 pm:  Teen Yom Kippur Gathering- with Rabbi Moe – Youth Lounge

2:45-3:30 pm: Ziegler Sanctuary Ark Open for Private Prayers & Blessings

3:30-4:00 pm: Yom Kippur Dialogue with Rabbi Wolpe and Rabbi Artson

4:00-5:30 pm: Mincha- Ziegler Sanctuary – Mincha- Ziegler Barad Hall

Neilah, Saturday, October 12

5:00-7:00 pm: Child Care and Childrens’ Programming

5:30 pm: Neilah

  • Ziegler Sanctuary
  • Barad Hall

Traditional Family Minyan

  • L’Dor V’Dor Intergenerational Musical Service

7:00 pm: Blowing of the Shofar (approximately)

 

5785 BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE

How do we remember a loved one, especially as we attend services during the High Holy Days and throughout the year? The answer is deeply personal, as there are many ways we commemorate, both privately and publicly.

Many Sinai Temple congregants find it meaningful to include a loved one’s name in the annual High Holy Day Book of Remembrance, which is distributed, along with prayer books, throughout Sinai Temple each year on Yom Kippur.

To include a loved one’s name in the 5785 Book of Remembrance, please click on the link below by Friday, August 9, 2024. Kindly ensure all names submitted are spelled correctly, as we’ll print the names exactly as indicated on your form, the cost is $20 per individual.

If you have any questions, please contact Judy Begin by email at [email protected] or by phone at (310) 481-3222.

We hope you have a wonderful summer and look forward to warmly welcoming you to our High Holy Day services.

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