Rosh Hashanah begins Sunday evening, September 9, with candle-lighting

at 6:58 p.m. It ends Tuesday evening, September 11, at 7:58 p.m.

Yom Kippur begins Tuesday evening, September 18, with candle-lighting

at 6:43 p.m. It ends Wednesday evening, September 19, a while after sundown.



“Your policy not to turn away any Jew at any time, regardless of income,

including during the High Holy Days, is what makes us most proud

of being associated withthis synagogue....”

This unsolicited accolade comes from a member who had moved to Florida.

When he moved to our area over 30 years ago, he tried the “fancier” synagogues,

but he was just starting out in life and could not afford the high dues, the high building fund,

the high “minimum donation,” or the high prices for High Holy Days tickets.

They told him to look elsewhere.

He did—and he found us.

We are a Conservative egalitarian synagogue that takes seriously its mission

to serve every Jew in our community, regardless of income, or social status.

No stranger ever walks through our doors, only long-lost relatives who finally found their way home.

This year, come home for the Holy Days.

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