High Holy Days

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Rosh Hashanah (ראש השנה) September 10-11, 2018/ 1-2 Tishre
Kol Nidrei ( כָּל נִדְרֵי) September 18, 2018 / 9 Tishre
Yom Kippur (יום כפור‎) September 19, 2018/ 10 Tishre

High holidays 2018 schedule 

2018 JF High Holiday Security Recommendations

Our large sanctuary opens to accommodate the entire congregation for the High Holy Days. We also offer Family children’s and teen services, however parents are encouraged to bring their children into the main sanctuary to hear shofar, and also to pray together as a family if they choose.


All about High Holiday Tickets for 2018:

Tickets are required to attend High Holiday services; all attendees must show tickets to ushers before entering the synagogue.
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Emanuel Members in good standing will receive tickets by mail. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Tickets for family members, and un-affiliated non-member guests, are available for pick up in the Emanuel Synagogue front lobby (see dates and times at right) in exchange for a donation in the amount of one’s choosing. All non-member guests will be asked to show ID in exchange for a ticket.
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If you are unable to pick up tickets at the synagogue by September 7, please complete and return a HH 2018 ticket request form  via email. Non-member guests who did not pick up tickets at The Emanuel should be prepared to show ID to ushers prior to entering the synagogue.
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As is our tradition for the High Holidays, The Emanuel always offers complimentary tickets to children, college students, and those currently in the Armed Services.

Family & Teen Services

We offer services for Families and Teens at 10 am on both days of Rosh Hashana and at 11:00 am on Yom Kippur. Click link below for details

The Emanuel Synagogue choir accompanies much of the main sanctuary service on the first day of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur for Kol Nidre; additionally we also offer a more intimate Chapel Service during Musaf.  Childcare is available, by reservation, for all High Holiday services.

Moshe Shofar

We welcome lay participation in our services! Please contact Moshe Pinchover or Hazzan Cohn if you would like an aliya, to read Torah or Haftarah, , blow Shofar or have any other honor.

Ritual Director Moshe Pinchover, Email – (860) 236-1275, Email Moshe Pinchover
Hazzan Sanford Cohn, 860-236-1275, Email Hazzan Cohn

Family Holy Day Services

The significance of each holiday is celebrated joyously with appropriate prayers, stories, and holiday-appropriate activities. For Questions: Gail Mackey, Religious School Admin, EMAIL (860) 233-2774 #120

CLICK HERE
to see Emanuel’s Ari blowing the Shofar!