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High Holy Days 2019

We open our doors and welcome the community to worship with us during the High HolY Days!  

Please contact the Temple Office at connect@tinw.org or 914.271.4705 x121  to request parking & seating passes, which must be picked up in person on or before Sept. 6.  We are now employing a security company to maintain a secure space for worship, please read all instructions for attendance carefully and be patient with new processes.

A donation of $180 to TINW is suggested for those joining us only for the High Holy Days as a generous way to allow us to continue our open-door policy and allow for security, but is not required. 

If you are not a member but would like to learn more about joining our community, feel free to contact us and to see additional information here.  You may also view the Worship Calendar here for all future services and holiday observances. 

Become a member family:  Make your 2019-20 Pledge Now 

Member - Already Pledged 2019-20:  Request High Holy Day Seating & Parking Passes
Non Member - Not Pledging in 2019-20: Requesting High Holy Day Seating & Parking Passes

2019 High holy days Services/Programming

SELICHOT

Saturday, September 21
  6:15 PM Light Dinner (sponsored by Sue Feir) and Havdalah, followed by an interactive program on “Facilitating Forgiveness” and a brief Selichot service, please RSVP here.

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 29
  8:00 PM Adult Service

Monday, September 30
  8:45 AM Adult Service (starts promptly, all late-comers are welcome)
  8:45 AM Children's Activity Drop Off Program (Free for TINW members & appropriate for ages 4-9)
  12:45 PM Multi-Generational Service (appropriate for ages 6+)
  12:45 PM PJ Library Rosh Hashanah Tot Experience led by Rabbi Pein with Matty Roxx as a musical guest (Tot + caregiver programming is appropriate for ages 2-5 with caregiver, older siblings welcome).  This group is welcome to join the Multi-Generational service after the Tot Experience.
  3:00 PM Tashlich at Senasqua Park (All ages, led by Laura Copel)

yom kippur

Tuesday, October 8
  6:00 PM Multi-Generational Kol Nidre (appropriate for ages 6+)
  8:15 PM Adult Kol Nidre

Wednesday, October 9
  10:00 AM Adult Service
  10:00 AM Children's Activity Drop Off Program (Free for TINW members &  appropriate for ages 4-9) 
  10:45 AM Youth Worship Experience (Most appropriate for ages 7-12) This will be an interactive participatory service with discussion, movement and music that ends when the Adult Service concludes.
  1:30 PM Adult Educational Program, The Sins We Confess To, Led by TINW Scholar in Residence, Professor David Sperling
  1:30 PM PJ Library Yom Kippur Tot Experience Program (appropriate for ages 2-5 with caregiver older siblings welcome)  This program features Sh'ma Na Na, the TINW band.
  3:00 PM Afternoon Service, Yizkor (Memorial) Service, Concluding Service & Break-the-Fast
              -Youth Havdallah Procession in Concluding Service

Parking

Parking at TINW during the High Holy Days is expertly arranged by our Brotherhood volunteers who also generously donate their time to usher during the High Holy Days services.  Please follow their helpful directions.

High Holy Days Music

 

Un'Taneh Tokef by Max Janowski

 

2019 Reform Jewish Holidays celebrated

Tu B'Shevat:  January 21
Purim March:  20
First Passover Seders:  April 19
Yom Hashoah:  May 1
Yom Ha'atzmaut:  May 9
Shavuot:  June 9
Rosh Hashanah:  September 30
Kol Nidre: October 8
Yom Kippur:  October 9
Sukkot: October 14
Simchat Torah: October 22
Hanukkah:  December 23

Sun, September 22 2019 22 Elul 5779