We Worship as a Community
We are looking forward to spending the High Holidays together as a community. We hope that they will be meaningful, uplifting and inspiring. Those with tickets to our services are welcome at any and all services and programs listed in this brochure. We encourage you to invite friends and neighbors to those services that are open to the public, as marked on the schedule.
Children and families are welcome at all services and programs. Age guidelines are merely a recommendation based on past experience. Adults are also welcome at all services.
• Young Children’s Services: infants – preschoolers
• Family Services: all ages
We offer a range of assistance for those who need a little extra help worshipping with us:
• Copious handicap accessible parking
• Listening assistance devices
• Wheelchair access
• Tickets for health aides
• ASL interpreters
Read the Rabbi's Letter here ...
Click for the High Holiday Brochure
Click for the High Holiday Radio Brochure
Visiting adult children over 25 years old and out-of-town family of Temple members are eligible for guest tickets. Click to fill out the extra tickets request card, and either mail it to 1000 Pinebrook Boulevard, New Rochelle NY 10804, or walk it to the Temple.
If you wish to memorialize loved ones during the Yizkor Memorial Service on the afternoon of Yom Kippur, click to fill out the memorial card request, and either mail it to 1000 Pinebrook Boulevard, New Rochelle NY 10804, or walk it to the Temple no later than noon on Monday, September 26th. Names received after that time cannot be included in the “In Memoriam” list. Only names submitted on this Memorial Card form can be included.