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Pre-Kol Nidre Meditation
September 15 at 5:00 PM – Outside in the Tent AND Virtual

Kol Nidre Service
September 15 at 8:00 PM – In the Sanctuary AND Virtual

Simulcast Kol Nidre Service
September 15 at 8:00 PM – In Person in the Tent

Yom Kippur Intergenerational Kulanu Service
September 16 at 8:45 AM – Outside in the Tent AND Virtual

Yom Kippur Morning Sanctuary Service with Kol Haneshamah Accompanist Rick Calvert and Choir
September 16 at 10:45 AM – In the Sanctuary AND Virtual

Simulcast Yom Kippur Sanctuary Service (read more below)
September 16 at 10:45 AM – In Person in the Tent 

Tiny Tot Service
September 16 at 2:00 PM – In Person in the Tent AND Virtual

Discussion Groups
September 16 at 1:00 PM – Click here for more details

Yom Kippur Teen Reflection (grades 8 – 12) with Emily Halpern
September 16 at 1:00 PM – In person by Teva – Register Here

Yom Kippur Afternoon Service(s) including:
Healing Service – Sanctuary
Torah Service – Sanctuary
Yizkor – Sanctuary
September 16 beginning at 3:00 PM – In Person in the Sanctuary AND Virtual

Simulcast Yom Kippur Afternoon Service(s)
September 16 beginning at 3:00 PM – In Person in the Tent

Neilah and Havdalah 
September 16 at 5:30 PM – In Person in the Tent

High Holy Day Food Drive

HHD Food Drive 5782

Our Services

Sanctuary Services

The core of Temple Emanu-El’s worship experience.
Before our pre-fast meal, we will have the opportunity to gather to set our intentions for Yom Kippur.

Pre-Kol Nidre Meditation and Kol Nidre

Before our pre-fast meal, we will have the opportunity to gather to set our intentions for Yom Kippur.

Simulcasts in the Tent

Worship together while outside in the tent watching the service broadcast from the Sanctuary. The Simulcast Service is a participatory service with machzorim, visits from the clergy, and shofar blasts.
Enrich your Yom Kippur experience during a discussion group covering a wide range of topics including Israel, Jewish texts, and contemporary issues.

Yom Kippur Discussion Groups

Enrich your Yom Kippur experience during a discussion group covering a wide range of topics including Israel, Jewish texts, and contemporary issues.
This unique worship experience is designed as a prayer option for those families with students in grades 2-7.

Kulanu/Intergenerational Service

This unique worship experience is designed as a prayer option for those families with students in grades 2-7.

Healing Service

On Yom Kippur, our clergy grounded in our Jewish tradition will lead a meditative service that focuses on the healing of mind, body, and spirit.

Tiny Tot

It is a lively, celebratory experience intended to bring the themes and meaning of the High Holy Days to young ones and their families.

Yizkor and Neilah

Yizkor is a reflective memorial service to remember and honor our loved ones who have died and Neilah concludes Yom Kippur.

Your Clergy

Senior Rabbi

Rabbi Ethan Prosnit

Senior Rabbi
Senior Cantor

Cantor Martha Novick

Senior Cantor
Associate Rabbi

Rabbi Victor Appell

Associate Rabbi
Assistant Cantor

Cantor Ilana Goldman

Assistant Cantor

What types of worship services does Temple Emanu-El offer for the High Holy Days?

Book of Remembrance

Book of Remembrance

Each year Temple Emanu-El publishes a Yom Kippur Book of Remembrance that contains the names of beloved departed members of our families whose memories we cherish and wish to honor at this sacred time.

When we rise to recite the Kaddish  during our Yom Kippur services, or when you light a memorial candle in their memory on Erev Yom Kippur at home we will be strengthened as a community, as one congregational family.

May we recall our loved ones’ hugs and kisses and the love and affection they bestowed on us. May we recall their teachings and their examples that guide us even when they are not physically with us. May their memory be a blessing!

Honey Drive

Apples symbolize the constant cycle of life and honey the sweetness and joy. We at Temple Emanu-El hope your New Year is filled with health and happiness, and sweet moments for you and your family.
 
The deadline for this fundraiser has passed. If you still wish to make a donation, please contact Jackie Master at jmaster@tewnj.org or 908-232-6770 x 133.
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