5783 High Holy Day Portal
Welcome Temple Emanu-El Community!
We are excited to present the 5783 High Holy Day Experience.
The High Holy Days are a time of being present. Many of the services during the Days of Awe begin with the words “Here I am” and over these days we will explore what it means to be present for our Jewish community, for our families, for ourselves, and for God. Like last year, we will have the opportunity to pray in different ways, inside, outside, and online. And we look forward to saying “here we are” we are present for these High Holy Days.
High Holy Day Registration Information
Tiny Tot Registration
Pre-Kol Nidre Meditation and Kol Nidre
Yom Kippur Discussion Groups
Yizkor and Neilah
Your Clergy Team
Frequently Asked Questions
How to Attend Temple Emanu-El’s 5783 High Holy Day Services
In Person Inside and Outside – Temple Emanu-El is open for you to worship in person. Services will take place in the Sanctuary and in the tent. Check out our schedule to find out where all of our services are located.
Simulcast Services – Stay connected to your Temple Emanu-El community without going indoors during a Simulcast Service. This means that you’ll be able to watch everything in the Sanctuary as it is happening from the tent with other members of the Temple Emanu-El community. Simulcasted Services include: Rosh Hashanah Sanctuary Service, Kol Nidre Service, Yom Kippur Sanctuary Service, and the Yom Kippur Afternoon Services. If you are interested in attending, please make sure to register!
Remote – All of Temple Emanu-El’s services will be available to be livestreamed wherever you choose to worship. Make sure to register in order to receive the livestream links.
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!