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Schedule of Services & Activities

MONTH OF ELUL
               All month      various Shofar Blasts
Sat., September 9 9:00 pm   Selichot *
  10:00 pm Selichot Service *
Sun., September 10 9:00 am   Holiday Food Deliveries
  9:30 am   Goldberg Cleanup Day
12:00 pm   Cemetery Service
 Thu. September 14      1:00 pm Holiday Prep Class Begins
ROSH HASHANA
   Fri., September 15      Erev Rosh Hashana *
  6:30 pm   Wolman Services *
   Sat., September 16     Rosh Hashana Day 1
  9:00 am   Wolman Services *
  11:00 am   Family Services
  11:30 am   Age-Specific Services
   Sun., September 17    Rosh Hashana Day 2
  9:00 am   Wolman Services *
  5:00 pm Tashlich, BYO Picnic & Mincha
   

 

*In person and via Zoom

YOM KIPPUR
   Sun., September 24         Erev Yom Kippur
  6:15 pm   Empty Your Pockets
6:30 pm   Mincha *
  6:45 pm   Kol Nidre *
Mon., September 25 Yom Kippur Day
  9:00 am   Wolman Services *
11:00 am   Family Services
11:30 am   Age-Specific Services
~ Noon   Yizkor
12:45 pm   Teen Program
3:30 pm Gentle Yoga
4:30 pm  Ask the Rabbi Session
5:30 pm   Mincha *
6:30 pm   Neilah *
7:45 pm   Break Fast
 

 

 

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Register for Services

REGISTER HERE

 

 

Wolman Services
Our beautiful traditional egalitarian services are led by Rabbi Michael Werbow, along with expert lay leaders. We use Mahzor Lev Shalem, which is rich in commentary and links study and prayer through a synthesis of historical scholarship and spiritual vision.
Services will be available in person, with open seating for all services, and via Zoom.

Youth, Teen and Family Services
Families with children of all ages are invited to join Rabbi Kelley for an engaging, interactive service (complete with shofar blowing) in the Cherner Auditorium before heading to age-appropriate holiday-themed activities and davening.  Age-specific programming will be available for tots, kindergarten through second graders, third through sixth graders and teens.

Borrow a Mahzor
You may borrow a Mahzor for home use during the Holidays by stopping by TI during office hours.

Not a TI Member (yet)?
We are delighted to have you join us for High Holiday services and for services and activities throughout the year.
If you are interested in learning more about Tifereth Israel, contact Membership Vice President Jennifer Kefer here.
If you're ready to join now, CLICK HERE and receive complimentary High Holiday tickets.


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Youth Programs & Childcare

ROSH HASHANA DAY I - Saturday, September 16 YOM KIPPUR DAY - Monday, September 25
11:00 am-12:30 pm Teen Program 11:00 am-11:30 pm Family Services
11:00 am-11:30 pm Family Services 11:30 am-12:30 pm Age-Specific Services
11:30 am-12:30 pm Age-Specific Services   Tots and Parents for Snacks and Activities
  Tots and Parents for Snacks and Activities   Junior Minyan: K, 1st and 2nd Graders
  Junior Minyan: K, 1st and 2nd Graders   3rd to 6th Grades for Services
  Junior Minyan: 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Graders 12:45 pm-2:00 pm Teen Program


CHILDCARE
Childcare is offered for children 18 months—12 years old.
9:00 am-1:15 pm  -   Rosh Hashana I and II

6:15 pm-end of Services   -  Kol Nidre
9 am-1:15 pm  -   Yom Kippur

REGISTER HERE

 

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Remembrances

TI offers many ways to honor the memory of loved ones. The Book of Remembrance is used during Yizkor services, and
memorial plaques are lit on yahrzeitn. To learn about other ways to honor a loved one's memory, contact Sheri Blonder.


Memorial Plaques


Book of Remembrance


Yizkor Donations


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Volunteering & Tzedakah

DELIVER A SWEETER NEW YEAR

Sunday, September 10, 9:00 am
Sponsored by the Social Action Committee
in Partnership with the Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA)

Help brighten the High Holidays by delivering bags of Holiday groceries to seniors, immigrants and others in need. Packages will be ready for pick up on the Juniper Street steps. For more information, contact Gene Herman.
Register here to deliver groceries.


GOLDBERG CLEANUP DAY

Sunday, September 10, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
This special day is named after Marcia and Jeremy Goldbergz'l, who led and supported the TI community for many years, and whose children, Eliot and Devra, continue this tradition of generosity today. To honor their memory, we gather each year before Rosh Hashana to help make the building and grounds sparkle for the New Year. All ages and abilities welcome, snacks provided!
Register here (or just show up!)


EMPTY YOUR POCKETS CAMPAIGN: MOSAIC VISIONS

Sunday, September 24, 6:15 pm
Sponsored by the Social Action Committee
Each year, the Social Action Committee selects an organization to support and encourages TI members to "empty their pockets" on their way to Kol Nidre services. This year's recipient is Mosaic Visions, dedicated to forming an inclusive space that generates visibility for marginalized and underrepresented Jews of Color within the Global Jewish community.
Learn about Mosaic Visions here.


ANNUAL APPEAL

The Annual Appeal is TI's main source of operating support beyond dues, tuition and general donations. Now more than ever, TI is committed to strong fiscal responsibility while sustaining existing programs and coming up with new, creative responses to the community's needs. Through your generosity, TI will flourish and grow in the New Year.
Donate here.

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