High Holy Days 5783 – 2022

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Selichot

Selichot – Saturday, September 17

6:30 PM Service & Program
In person and virtual options.

Rosh HaShanah

Erev Rosh HaShanah – Sunday, September 25

7:30 PM Service
In person and virtual options.

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Rosh HaShanah – Monday, September 26

9:00 AM Rosh HaShanah Tot & Young Children Service

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10:00 AM Rosh HaShanah Morning Service
In person and virtual options.

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1:30 PM Rosh HaShanah Family Service (3rd – 6th Grades)

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​3:30 PM Rosh HaShanah Congregational Tashlich Service (Offsite)
In person only.

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Shabbat Shuvah – Friday, September 30

6:30 PM Shabbat Shuvah Evening Service
A Special Shabbat between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur
In person and virtual options.

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Kever Avot Service: Visiting the Graves of Our Loved Ones
Many Jews make a point of visiting loved ones’ graves during the Hebrew month of Elul just prior to the onset of the High Holy Days. Temple Dor Dorim will be offering a service booklet to support you if you’d like to include this in your preparations and reflections this year.
If you choose to go to the cemetery, please do so safely. Contact Faye Kotler for the service booklet.

Yom Kippur

Erev Yom Kippur – Kol Nidre – Tuesday, October 4

7:30 PM Kol Nidre and Erev Yom Kippur Service
In person and virtual options.

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Yom Kippur Day – Wednesday, October 5

9:00 AM Yom Kippur Tot & Young Children Service

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10:00 AM Yom Kippur Morning Service
In person and virtual options.

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1:30 PM Yom Kippur Family Service (3rd – 6th Grades)

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3:00 PM TDD Talks

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4:00 PM Yom Kippur Healing, Yizkor (Memorial), Neilah (Concluding), and Havdalah Services
In person and virtual options.

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Break Fast
dordorim.org/break-fast

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High Holy Day tickets are complimentary with your 2022-2023 Temple Dor Dorim membership for you and those listed on your account.  If you would like to join us as a guest, please contact Faye Kotler for pricing at FKotler@templedordorim.org.

Login information will be provided prior to service/program.

COVID protocols may be implemented and/or modified based on the recommendations of the CDC and medical professionals.

Please note this High Holy Day schedule is subject to change.

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Challah & Honey Orders

Support our ECC and our Religious School by ordering your holiday challot and honey.
Order Challah
Order Honey

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Food Basket & Food Drive Donations

Temple Dor Dorim members have a tradition of opening their hearts to families in need. Once again, during the High Holy Days, we will be asking for your participation in donating to The Cupboard, the Goodman Jewish Family Services Food Bank. Your kindness will be symbolically represented in beautiful food baskets decorating our bimah.

Please use this form to send a monetary donation and/or please purchase and contribute canned and non-perishable food. For your convenience, grocery bags will be distributed the week before Rosh HaShanah. The bags of food will be collected the week before Yom Kippur.

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Book of Remembrance

Throughout the Generations eternalizing our beloved departed through acts of tzedakah in their names has been an important component of Judaism. In this spirit, we will inscribe the names of our loved ones in our Book of Remembrance, which you will receive virtually. Printed copies will be available upon request. Inscribe your loved ones in the Book of Remembrance.

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High Holy Day Appeal

In Judaism, charity is not merely an act of giving; it is a moral commitment of faith. In short, it’s a fundamental part of Jewish living. Although many people believe that the Hebrew word tzedakah means charity, the word’s roots convey much more – a combination of righteousness, fairness and justice. The Rabbis of old taught that the construction of the Temple was not completed until everyone had contributed to the effort. As a result, the Holy Temple, the place where our people and God met, was dependent upon the good will and donations of each and every one of our ancestors.
dordorim.org/appeal

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