Welcome to the High Holiday 2016/5777 page. Below is the schedule and other pertinent information.
For the Yiskor book, go to this link
Join the temple community as we prepare for the Days of Awe. Our first service is a service of preparation called Selichot which means ‘Forgiveness’. Selichot will take place on September 24 at 8:15 pm and we will begin with Havdallah, have an informal short service of reflection, continue with refreshments, a movie with the theme of change and growth and end with a discussion about some of the movie’s themes. This is a very moving and beautiful ceremony enhanced by the music of Cantor Camhi, a creative service, fantastic and creative refreshments prepared by Stella Stanway, the feeling of community and the reflections of the Days of Awe. There is no charge, of course, and you are welcome to bring a friend. Please let us know you are coming by calling the temple at 732-222-3754.
Hi Honey, it’s Rosh Hashanna!
The Men’s Club is having a fundraiser with RHHoney. You can order an 8 oz. bottle of honey, send it with a personalized message, and help support our TBM
Men’s Club. There is no shipping or handling.
Go to RHHoney.com. Enter TBMhoney when it asks for our “coupon”. The price is $12 dollars a jar. The Men’s Club is using this to spread Rosh Hashanna joy and as a fundraiser so buy lots of jars!
High Holiday Amidah
HIGH HOLIDAY SCHEDULE 2016/5777
The dates for the Days of Awe services follow:
Saturday, September 24
Selichot Service 8:15 PM
Sunday, October 2
Erev Rosh Hashanah 8 PM
Monday, October 3 ROSH HASHANAH
Children’s Service (1-5yrs) 9 AM
Morning Service 10 AM
Community Family Service 3 PM
Tuesday, October 4
Second Day Rosh Hashanah Morning Service 10 AM
Friday, October 7
Shabbat Shuvah Service 7:30 PM
Sunday, October 9
Cemetery Service 10 AM
Tuesday, October 11
Kol Nidre 8 PM
Wednesday, October 12 YOM KIPPUR
Yom Kippur Services
Children’s Service (ages 1-5) 9 AM
Morning Service 10 AM
Study with the Rabbi 1 PM
Community Family 3 PM
Musical Spiritual Reflection 4 PM
Yizkor (Memorial) 4:30 PM (approx.)
Neilah (Closing) 5:30 PM (approx.)
This year watch for:
- extensive Sukkot programming
- introduction of new machzor
- beautiful music
- meaningful worship in a completely egalitarian setting
High Holiday Music
One of the tasks is deciding which music we will introduce to the congregation. Of course most of the music will be the same as in years past but every so often we find something that is really wonderful. You are invited to learn the music and hear the new songs by clicking the links below. Enjoy!
HaYom T’amtzeinu היום תאמצינו – Strengthen Us This Day