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High Holy Days

L'Shanah Tovah! 

Celebrating the High Holy Days in 2023/5784 will be an opportunity for us to join together in worship. We look forward to welcoming you to Temple Sinai's High Holy Day services, and wish you and your family a good and sweet new year. 

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Access to Services 

Our High Holy Day services, led by Rabbi Joseph Meszler and Cantor Becky Khitrik, will be held in-person and streamed live online. 

Access is available to all current members (and their households) at no additional charge.  Access to our online services will be emailed automatically to members who are up to date on their obligations and have submitted their 2023-24 pledge form.  Access for non-members and guests may be requested by submitting a Guest/Non-Member Tickets Form with payment. (Deadline Extended to 9/8)

youth Programs & services

Geri Segel coordinates our Youth Programming. Pre-registration is required to attend - please sign up online using this form. We deeply appreciate your Youth Programming Sponsorship to offset our staffing and programming costs. Thank you for your support! Use this form to have your 8th- 12th grader volunteer at the Temple or Camp HIHO for the High Holidays. (Deadline Extended to 9/8)

greetings, Yizkor Book & Festival Sponsorships

There are many ways to help celebrate and commemorate this High Holy Day season: ​Include a New Year's Greeting and remember a departed loved one in our Yizkor Memorial Book. These booklets will be delivered electronically this year and you have an option to request a printed copy. You can also sponsor a Festival Kiddush(Deadline August 30th)

New Babies & College Outreach

As in years past, we also have opportunities to recognize New Babies born this year (recognized on Rosh Hashanah morning), and a College Outreach sign-up form (to send small gifts to your college aged student). (August 30th)

High Holy Day Prayer Books - Mishkan HaNefesh

We will be using the Reform machzor (prayerbook for the High Holy Days), Mishkan HaNefesh. There are discounted ebook versions of Mishkan HaNefesh available through CCAR Press and discounted hard copy of Mishkan HaNefesh available for purchase.

We recognize that some families may still prefer to have a hard copy for the service. We are considering organizing a small book borrowing program. We are asking that families leave a security deposit when they borrow the machzorim, which will be returned when the prayerbooks are returned.

You can still consider dedicating a book plate for Mishkan HaNefesh to help support the purchase of our new prayerbooks. See the Mishkan HaNefesh Bookplate Dedication Form for details. 

High Holy Days Food Drive

For many years it has been Temple Sinai’s High Holy Day tradition to stock our local Sharon and Stoughton Food Pantries. This year the need is as great as it's ever been. 

Bag Drop Off: Please drop off your bags filled with non-perishable food, personal hygiene items, and/or infant supplies at the Temple, when you come in for High Holy Day Services. Our collection continues through Sukkot.

  • Monday-Thursday September 18-October 19, 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM, or whenever the Temple is open.

We thank you in advance for joining us in this mitzvah.

High Holy Days Resources

Celebrating the High Holy Days in 2022/5783 may be a blend of celebrating in-person and at home. Temple Sinai has pulled together some resources to help you make your home into mikdash me'at, your own sanctuary.  

physical challenges & auditory/Visual assistance

Temple Sinai is committed to a culture of inclusion and is actively working to meet everyone's needs. We know that streaming services may pose challenges for people with certain physical, auditory and visual challenges and other chronic medical conditions. Please contact our office  ( or 781-784-6081) with any questions or requests so that we can offer assistance in having a robust and enriching High Holy Days experience. 

Thu, May 23 2024 15 Iyar 5784