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Celebrating High Holy Days 5781

Celebrating High Holy Days 5781:
Making Each Home a Sanctuary

 

Celebrating the High Holy Days in 2020/5781 will likely be a new experience for many of us. Temple Sinai has pulled together some resources to help you make your home into mikdash me'at, your own sanctuary. 

Machzorim (High Holy Day prayer books), Shofarot and Lulavim/Etrogim

Children's Resources

Supplemental Resources

Temple Sinai High Holy Day Services

Your Guide for Getting Ready for the High Holy Days: From the Reform Movement


machzorim, Shofarot & Lulavim/Etrogim

 

Purchase your own set of print machzorim (High Holy Day prayer books) for Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur.

Buy your own shofar through Temple Sinai’s Amazon Smile page.

Buy your household a lulav and etrog set. 

Order your own sukkah* for your backyard.
*We especially recommend the “tubular, strong, lightweight, klutz-proof” sukkah kits.


Children's Resources

PJ Library knows that something magical happens when parents sit down together to read with their children. PJ Library shares Jewish stories that can help your family talk together about values and traditions that are important to you. 

Resources from PJ Library for the High Holy Days include podcasts, activities and books and even meal ideas!

Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
Sukkot


Supplemental Resources

These supplements offer opportunities to add themed readings, to integrate symbols of local, national & global social justice issues, and to discuss themes of the story of Exodus in our modern context.


Temple Sinai high holy day services

Our High Holy Day services, led by Rabbi Joseph Meszler and Cantor Becky Khitrik, will be streamed live on Facebook. (Details are forthcoming).

View the schedule of services and programs.


Books and Resources from the Reform Movement

ReformJudaism.org has activities, ideas and recipes for you and your family. 

CCAR Press - offers a wide range of books and resources for the High Holy Days.

Printable Calendar for High Holy Days 5781 

Tue, November 24 2020 8 Kislev 5781