High Holidays 5778

High Holidays Information

For the Yamim Noraim schedule please follow this link.

For Sukkot, Snimi Atzeret & Simchat Torah times, please click here.


Special Selichot program

Saturday night, September 24

11:15pm - Introduction & d'var Torah by Rabbi Jason Strauss
Followed by kumzitz & introduction to the music of the High Holidays with KTM's High Holiday Ba'al Tefilah, Dr. Jesse Hefter
12:00am - Midnight Selichot Service

High Holidays Seat Registration

Ticket Options:

Select this option, if you have two adults and 3 or more young children in your household and you are a member of KTM.

Please select additional tickets for your guests and adult children below.

New, first-time "Individual Membership" - 1 free ticket

New, first-time "Household Membership" - 2 free tickets

   Number of Mens Seats
   Number of Womens Seats

Seat Selection Preferences:

Please enter the total number of seats you request. This will open up the seat preference selection menu.

If you would like to change seats or you didn't reserve seats last year, please use the next field to let us know about your preferences.

Seating Preferences:

We will try to accommodate your preferences but due to the large number of seat requests, we cannot promise to reserve these seats for you.

  Name Location When Requests Notes


Rosh Hashanah story Telling with Andrea Kamens

For children 3-13, with babysitters, singing and prayers for the younger kids. Caregivers welcome to stay and engage, or join services downstairs. Includes a Kosher Shofar blowing both days.

If you are not attending services at KTM, please sign up for the storytelling programs with a $18 family donation requested/day here. Drop-ins welcome!

To register, please click here.

To see the flyer follow this link.

Join KTM and Renew Membership

To join KTM, please click here.

To renew your membership, please pay through our online payment form or by sending a check to the Office.


Sisterhood Membership

As the New Year approaches, we would like to ask our members to contribute to the Sisterhood Fund by paying your Annual Sisterhood Membership fee.

Sisterhood donations and fundraising help run the kitchen, add items to the Shul needs that can't be covered by the Shul budget (i.e. the renovated ladies' room, the Siddur bookcases, coatroom, renovation of the Shul kitchen and storeroom, add items to the Children's Program, etc.), sponsors the Annual Chanukah Party that honors that year's Bat Mitzvah Girls with a special gift, and the annual Pre-Pesach Learning and Mother's Day Kiddush - among others.

Please, click here for paying your dues and learn more about our Sisterhood.


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