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High Holy Days 2020

HIgh Holy day Services will be Live Streamed 

This year, We open our screens and welcome the community to worship with us during the High HolY Days! 

High Holy Day Donations:
If it's important to you that Temple Israel continues to exist in our area, your support is critical. Preserve the world that you want to live in. 

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. Please fill out a donation form below or contact the Temple Office at to request access to our streaming services and programs.

Learn More About Becoming a Member Family:
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:  Learn more about becoming members of TINW.

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Make Donation & Join TINW for High Holidays



High Holy Day Reflections & Discussions 2020

This year we will be offering special opportunities for TINW congregation members to engage in deeper reflections and discussions leading up to the High Holy Days, in small Zoom meetings.  These sessions are not open to the public.  Registration for each discussion will be required to receive the Zoom link.  Please log in to your account and click the blue links below to begin registration.

Wed. September, 2 - 7:00 PM Rabbi Pein, The Jewish Value of Memory and How it Relates to our High Holiday Experience 
Thurs. September, 10 - 7:00 PM Laura Copel & Liz Panken, Tashlich  
Sun. September, 13 - 4:00 PM Laurel Cates, Changing in a time of COVID 
Tues. September, 15 - 7:00 PM Cantor, Sounds of the High Holy Days 
Tues. September, 22 - 7:00 PM Rabbi Ferris, A New Look at Forgiveness

Thurs. September, 24 - 7:00 PM Sue Feir/Gordon Cutler, Jonah, what's your problem?
Mon. September, 28 - 1:00 PM Professor David Sperling The Sins We Confess 
Mon. September, 28 - 3:00 PM Rabbi Jennifer Jaech Preparation for Yizkor 

music for the High Holy days

  • TINW Congregation Members must log in to access High Holy Day Music On Demand
    High Holy Day Music On Demand is a special selection of music carefully curated by Cantor Fogelman from our archives of previous years' High Holy Day Services.  One for evening, morning and multi-generational services.
  • Available to all: Virtual Ensembles for the High Holy Days

2020 High holy days Services/Programming


Saturday, September 12
  7:00 PM Havdalah, followed by a brief Selichot service. (LIVE STREAM)

Rosh Hashanah

Prayer Books are not needed to follow the service but are available by using the links below.
Friday, September 18
  8:00 PM Adult Service (LIVE STREAM) Prayer Book Flipbook Link

Saturday, September 19
  10:00 AM Adult Service (LIVE STREAM) Prayer Book Flipbook Link
  12:00 PM Multi-Generational Service (LIVE STREAM) Multi-Gen Prayer Book Flipbook Link
Family Videos & Programs for Rosh Hashanah:
Watch anytime!  The series was created by TINW Clergy and congregants to walk families with young children through the High Holy Days at home -- in short, fun videos that include songs, activities, stories and more!  

yom kippur

Sunday, September 27
  6:00 PM Multi-Generational Kol Nidre (LIVE STREAM) Multi Gen Prayer Book Flipbook Link
  8:00 PM Adult Kol Nidre (LIVE STREAM) Prayer Book Flipbook Link

Monday, September 28
  10:00 AM Adult Service (LIVE STREAM) 
  10:30 AM Yom Kippur Youth Activities Join Rabbi Pein for exploring the themes of Yom Kippur interactively -through digital resources and on hand supplies.  Recommended for Grades 4-7 (Register here:  ZOOM for congregational members)
    1:00 PM Adult Educational Program,  Led by TINW Scholar in Residence, Professor David Sperling (Register here: ZOOM for congregational members)
    3:00 PM Preparation for Yizkor,  Rabbi Jaech will lead this opportunity for congregants to prepare for the Yizkor (Remembrance) service by joining with community members for an informal conversation about the legacy of those loved ones for whom they say Yizkor.  Participants are invited share photos and say a few words about those loved ones if they wish.  (Register here: ZOOM for congregational members)
    4:30 PM Afternoon Service, Yizkor (Memorial) Service, Concluding Service (LIVE STREAM) 

Family Videos for Yom Kippur:
Watch anytime!  The series was created by TINW Clergy to walk families with young children through the High Holy Days at home in short, fun videos that include songs, activities, stories and more! 

The Book of Life:
A special way to remember your loved ones is to include their names in the Book of Life.  TINW will be printing and mailing hard copies to our congregation so you may have a copy to keep.  Use the blue link to include your loved ones names in the Book of Life 2020.

Donate to Feed The hungry

Midrash Psalms 118:17

When you are asked in the world to come,“What was your work?” and you answer, “I fed the hungry,” you will be told, “This is the gate of Adonai, enter into it, you who have fed the hungry.”

TINW recognizes that this is a difficult time for many people. This year, instead of donating food directly to the hungry, we offer the opportunity to donate to organizations who provide meals and food:

Feeding Westchester - Supporting Westchester's hungry
Mazon - Jewish response to hunger
Gulotta House - Helping Westchester residents facing hardship

Mon, June 14 2021 4 Tammuz 5781