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High Holy Days


L'Shanah Tovah!


We look forward to seeing you at Temple Sinai for the High Holy Days!
Below is some helpful information.
If you have any questions, please call us at (303) 759-1827.

Yom Kippur Schedule (with links!) 

Click here to view the Mishkan HaNefesh Yom Kippur prayerbook online.

Sunday, September 27

5:00 PM - Yom Kippur Family Kol Nidre (virtual)
Check your email for the Zoom link
7:30 PM - Traditional Service in the Zwerin Sanctuary (in-person & virtual)

Monday, September 28
9:00 AM - Traditional Service in the Zwerin Sanctuary (in-person & virtual)
11:00 AM - Experiential Service in the Abrahams Family Chapel (in-person & virtual)
Facebook view preferred:
1:30 PM - Yom Kippur Discussion with Rabbi Rick Rheins: "For the Sins of Silence: Where are the protests about Anti-semitism?" (virtual)
Check your email for the Zoom link
3:30 PM - Afternoon Service in the Zwerin Sanctuary (in-person & virtual)
5:00 PM - Yizkor (Memorial) Service in the Zwerin Sanctuary (in-person & virtual)
6:00 PM - Neilah Service in the Zwerin Sanctuary (in-person & virtual)


In case you missed any of our High Holy Days services, and if you wish to watch our daily videos sustaining the High Holy Days spirit between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, we invite you to click the image above for the following link to watch our recorded videos on Facebook:


In-Person Attendance


We are excited to offer limited in-person seating for our High Holy Day services. Many of you have requested seats for our services and we have done our best to accommodate as many of you as possible according to local, state, federal guidance.

If your seating request was acommodated, you should have received an email from Lisa Thorner notifying you of the service(s) in which you received seats.

Only those registered for our services will be allowed entry into the building. Please bring your acceptance letter and your signed waiver with you as you arrive to attend the service(s) to which you were admitted. When entering and visiting the building, please follow all instructions posted on signage around the building and directions from our staff and ushers.

Masks must be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of your visit in the building. Please allow us to check your temperature as you enter the building with a touch-free thermometer. We are encouraging a one-way directional flow of foot traffic, so please enter and exit through the doors specified by signage, floor markers, staff and ushers.

We look forward to connecting with you these High Holy Days, in-person and online. Together with your cooperation we will keep each other safe as we stay spiritually connected and uplifted.

If you test positive for COVID-19 after being in the building, please contact Greg Kellner at as we are required to communicate this to the health department.


Food, Diaper & Clothing Drive


For the 28th consecutive year, Temple Sinai members are supporting the International High Holidays Hunger Project.  Once again, we ask you to pick up King Soopers paper sacks before you leave the Temple and bring them back, filled with nonperishable food, on Yom Kippur.  This year, all the food collected will go to the Weinberg Food Pantry.  If you are not attending Yom Kippur services, please bring back to Temple Sinai from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on September 22-24.
We also ask you to bring in children’s NEW socks, pajamas and underwear for SafeHouse Battered Women’s shelter and disposable diapers and wipes for Wee Cycle. BabiesNow! has merged with Wee Cycle. 
Bring the food and baby items into the lobby when you come to services, and there will be a staff member or usher to direct you. 


Tue, September 29 2020 11 Tishrei 5781