High Holy Days

Information for 5781 (2020) – dordorim.org/HHD5781

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ECC Tot High Holy Day Services will be held on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur Mornings in the Multi-Purpose Room at 9:00 am.  Join us for a short, interactive High Holy Day Service with songs and prayers for the New Year! No RSVPs required.

High Holy Day Child Care Program will be available for children ages 12 months (as of Sept. 1) through 7 years or are currently enrolled in our Nest Program. Please pre-register for our High Holy Day Child Care Program with your child’s information and which service you are attending.


Challah & Honey Orders
Support our ECC and our Religious School by ordering your holiday challot and honey.
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Food Basket & Food Drive Donations
Temple Dor Dorim opens its hearts to families in need. Once again, during the High Holy Days, we will be assembling beautiful food baskets decorated for the bimah. These baskets will be donated after Yom Kippur to The Cupboard, the Goodman Jewish Family Services Food Bank. While floral arrangements are indeed beautiful and traditional, food baskets are a wonderful way of helping others in need.

We welcome any monetary donations to help cover the cost of these baskets. Acknowledgments are in knowing that you have done the mitzvah of tzedakah as well as being recognized in our High Holy Day programs. Click here to donate now.

Reminder: We will be collecting canned and non-perishable food as well. We will distribute grocery bags at Rosh HaShanah services to be filled by you. Please bring your filled grocery bag back to Temple Dor Dorim on Yom Kippur. Your kind and generous donations have been very much appreciated in the past, and we look forward to 100% participation this year.


Selichot ~ Prayer, Repentance, and Tzedakah
On the Saturday night before Rosh HaShanah, we gather together for a very special service to help us prepare for the upcoming High Holy Days. The service is called “Selichot,” named for our prayers for forgiveness that we begin to offer at this time. The Selichot service introduces us to the themes, liturgy and music of our Yamim Noraim – the Days of Awe – thus helping us to get ready for this most holy and important time of year. The more we prepare, the more we get out of our High Holy Days.
This year we begin with a dessert reception and Havdalah at 8:00 pm as we say good-bye to Shabbat and welcome the week beginning. At 9 pm we will begin our Selichot service. We hope that you will plan on joining us for this very meaningful and beautiful service as we prepare for Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

Selichot Service – Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019
8pm: Dessert Reception
9pm: Havdalah & Selichot Service


Rosh HaShanah Evening Services
Sunday, September 29 at 7:30 pm

Monday, September 30
Rosh HaShanah Morning Service at 10 am
(For adults, parents and children grades 5 and up.)

Rosh HaShanah Family Service at 1:30 pm


Kever Avot Service at Menorah Gardens in the Temple Dor Dorim Section
Sunday, October 6 at 2 pm


Yom Kippur Evening/Kol Nidre Service
Tuesday, October 8 at 7:30 pm

Wednesday, October 9
Yom Kippur Morning Service at 10 am

(For adults, parents and children grades 5 and up.)

Yom Kippur Family Service at 2:30 pm

Mincha (Afternoon), Yizkor (Memorial), Neilah (Concluding) at 4:00 pm

We are inviting parents and children, K ~ 4th grade, along with their older siblings & grandparents to attend the Family Services for both Rosh HaShanah (1:30 pm) and Yom Kippur (2:30 pm).

Book of Remembrance ~ Remembering Our Loved Ones
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 will be printed and distributed during our memorial Yizkor Service on Yom Kippur afternoon.
Inscribe your loved ones in the Book of Remembrance.

Break the Fast ~ Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Bring your family and friends to our annual Break-The-Fast dinner immediately following the concluding service on Yom Kippur. Enjoy a delicious meal catered by Palm Caterers of Weston.

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Erev Sukkot: Pizza in the Hut – Sunday, October 13 at 6 pm


Erev Simchat Torah Dinner & Service – Sunday, October 20
Dinner at 5:30 pm | Service at 6:30 pm


Festival Yizkor Service – Monday, October 21 at 9 am


Enhanced Membership

We need you! Please consider becoming a part of our Enhanced Membership Tzedakah Circle. Your generosity helps to provide membership and Religious School to those who cannot afford it. Your Enhanced Membership will ensure that our Temple doors will remain open to our Jewish community and no one will be turned away because of financial difficulties.
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