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High Holidays 5778

High Holidays Information

We look forward to sharing High Holiday services with you!

To view our services schedule please follow the links bellow:

 

DATES OF HIGH HOLIDAYS / 5779

  • Pre-Selichot program: Evening of Sept. 1 followed by Selichot after midnight.
  • Erev Rosh HaShanah: Sept. 9 (Sun.)
  • Rosh HaShanah: Sept. 10-11 (Mon.-Tue.)
  • Fast of Gedaliah: Sept. 12 (Wed.)
  • Shabbat Shuvah: Sept. 15 (Sat.)

 

  • Erev Yom Kippur: Sept. 18 (Tues.), Mincha 2pm, Kol Nidrei 6:35pm
  • Yom Kippur: Sept. 19 (Wed.) – YIZKOR RECITED
  • Sukkot: Sept. 24-25 (Mon.-Tue.)
  • HoShanah Rabbah: Sept. 30 (Sun.)
  • Shemini Atzeret: Oct. 1 (Mon.) – YIZKOR RECITED
  • Simchat Torah: Oct. 2 (Tue.)

High Holiday Seats

You may reserve seats on-line, as well through the Office. Last year’s seats will be held until August 28, 2018. Members in good standing will also have priority for choosing seats until this date. We ask you to pay for your seats when you reserve them.

We are continuing with our incentives for first time new members, both family and individuals. Family membership is $600; Individuals $300. New members who pay dues by Sunday, September 2nd are entitled to free high holiday seats (2 for family members, 1 for and individual member). This offer does not apply to Associate or Alumni members.

Looking forward to the holidays and wishing you all a very happy New year and K’Tiva V’Chatima Tova!

Seats
  Name Location When Requests Notes

 

HH Children's Programming and Childcare

Congregation Kadimah Toras-Moshe is pleased to, once again, offer supervised, safe programming and babysitting on the High Holidays.

Storyteller Andrea Kamens takes your kids on a magic carpet to the witty and wise times of
King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, into a dance party in an east African jungle, and
deep into the heart of the question!


HOURS: 9:00 AM-1:30 PM on Rosh Hashana (Day 1 & Day 2) and  9:00 AM - 3:00 PM on Yom Kippur.
Light snacks and drinks will be provided. Lunch will be provided on Yom Kippur only to allow the parents to daven longer while their children can enjoy lunch upstairs in the shul.

  • Parents need to connect with the babysitter when they drop off their chid(ren). Discuss food allergies or other information the babysitter should be aware of. You should remain on the premises during the entire time your child(ren) is/are registered with the childcare providers.Since there is a limited number of children we can accommodate, we need to know as soon as possible to have babysitters in place. And, I need to know the exact count for lunch, snacks and beverages.

  • To register your child(ren) for babysitting. Please let us know no later than September 1.

If your guest’s children need babysitting services, or if you have any questions please contact Cheryl Sisel at cheryls18@aol.com.

 

Yizkor Book 5779 (2018-2019)

Our congregation prints a booklet with the Yizkor prayers and a list of individuals who we remember in a special way with those prayers. We use this booklet throughout the year, and we would like to include the names of the people that you wish to remember. The Yizkor prayers are printed in the book in Hebrew, English and Russian, enabling everyone to fully participate.

 

The cost is $25 to participate and that includes listing three names. Additional names can be listed for $5 each. Filling the form on line will allow you to pay by credit card, and will allow us to process your form and donation more quickly. However, if you prefer to pay by check, you may fill out the enclosed form and return it with a check to the KTM office by July 10. Please be sure to write “yizkor book” in the memo line, and to include your telephone number and an email address so that if necessary, we can check the spelling or answer any question me might have.

 

To participate in the Yizkor book please follow this link.


Special Selichot program

Saturday night, September 1

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

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.


 

Wed, November 14 2018 6 Kislev 5779