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High Holy Days 5779/2018

              L'Shanah Tovah!


We are looking forward to seeing you here for the Holy Days! Below is some helpful information and the full service schedule is on the right. If you have any questions, please call us at 303.759.1827.

High Holy Days Service Schedule

Please click HERE to view the High Holy Days Service Schedule.
 

Visitors and Additional Tickets

Please Bring Your Tickets to Services.
ALL members of Temple Sinai must have their tickets with them and present them at the door to our building.  For security purposes, tickets are required for admittance.  When you approach the synagogue, please have your ticket out and ready to present to our volunteer ushers.  If you misplace your tickets, a photo ID will be required for entry.

Temple Sinai welcomes guests to our community for the High Holy Days.  
Those not affiliated with our Temple may purchase tickets HERE.  Ticket prices this year are: $200 for non-members ($100 per holiday).

Members of Temple Sinai may purchase tickets for IMMEDIATE family members for $180 per person ($90 per holiday).  Immediate family includes parents or grown children.  PURCHASE TICKETS HERE!

Relatives or friends who are members of out-of-town Reform congregations may request seats at our services by having a Courtesy Seating Request form or a Letter of Reciprocity from their congregation sent to Temple Sinai. These requests must be received no later than August 30.  Forms can be faxed to 303.759.2519 or emailed to Loretta Cawelti, Interim High Holy Day Coordinator. 

Temple Sinai members who will be out of town during any High Holy Day Services are asked to call the office so their tickets can be donated to those in the community who might otherwise not be able to attend.

If you are under 30 and have a financial need, please do not hesitate to contact Loretta Cawelti at 303.759.1827 so we can assist you with High Holy Day service tickets. 

Members of the Armed Services and college students may receive guest tickets with I.D.

Tickets may be arranged by calling our office before the holidays at 303.759.1827.

High Holy Day Prayerbooks

We have a limited number of guest copies available, but encourage you to purchase your own. Click HERE to purchase your set. Books can be picked up in the Temple office before the Holy Days or at Will Call during the Holy Days.
 

Greetings and Memorial (Yizkor) Booklets

The Greetings and Memorial Booklet is the perfect way to send a special holiday message, honoring an individual and/or celebrating a simchah (joyous occasion) like a birth, anniversary, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, wedding, graduation, etc. or send wishes for the New Year and/or to memorialize and remember those who have been called to their eternal rest. This booklet will also include a listing of all members and family members who have passed away since Yom Kippur last year. 

Click HERE to contribute in the High Holy Days Greetings and Memorial Book.
 

Tot and Youth Program Reservations

Click HERE to RSVP for the Tot Programs on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

Click HERE to RSVP for the Youth and Junior Congregation Programs on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

Parking

Parking is available on the street around our campus.  For those who are in need of ADA or Handicap Spaces, we ask that you call the Temple Office by August 30th so that we may provide you with a parking pass and place your name on our parking pass list.   
 

Spaghetti in the Sukkah - Sukkot Dinner

Click HERE to RSVP for Spaghetti in the Sukkah - Sukkot Dinner on September 28 following Erev Shabbat Service (service is at 6:00pm).
 

Shemini Atzeret - Simchat Torah Brunch

Click HERE to RSVP for FREE brunch following the Shemini Atzeret - Simchat Torah with Yizkor Service on October 1 at 10:00am.

Office

The Temple office will be closed on the following dates:
Rosh HaShanah:  September 10 and 11
Kol Nidre:  September 18, closes at 12:30pm
Yom Kippur:  September 19
Sukkot:  September 24
Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah:  October 1

Sat, October 20 2018 11 Cheshvan 5779