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High Holy Day Central

Temple Israel is a shul and a center for Jewish community. Our strength is in our People. Like the majestic live oaks of Tallahassee, we are strong, and our roots are deep. Every single soul has a place in our beautiful forest. Whether you have been devoting your heart and soul to this congregation for generations or you have just become a member this past week. We honor you. We celebrate you. We are grateful for you. Read the entire message...

 

2020/5781 Schedule of Services: Join us for all of our wonderful virtual and/or socially distanced programming.

To RSVP for the 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah, socially distanced, limited seating service, click HERE.

High Holy Day Pledge: We hope you will consider investing at this pivotal time in our temple’s story. We begin a new chapter, building upon our successes, and, venturing out in new ways. It is an opportunity for each of us to be partners in supporting our community center.

To that end, we are asking that you answer this appeal in the affirmative as so many have done in the past. If you are able, we ask you to consider a monthly pledge offering for the next ten months.

Book of Remembrance Form: Remembrance is a soulful endeavor. May the precious memories of our loved ones help inspire us to live ever more vibrant and meaningful lives. We donate in their memory and thereby support and lift our community. At Temple Israel, these offerings go the Memorial and Cultural Fund.

Annual Social Action Drive: Each Rosh Hashanah our congregation is asked to take a bag and fill it with goods for our High Holy Day Social Action Drive. This year, we start a new tradition of giving all year long. For information and how to support Second Harvest of the Big Bend, Elder Care Services and Hope Community Center.

 

Memorial Prayers at the Cemetery Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur                   (This will need to be printed double sided and folded into a booklet)

Reb Simcha Raphael Educational Series (registration required)

Say your Sins to Sylvia-Alternative Kaparot 

Pamela Schuller - Lessons for an Inclusive Community (from a comedian)

High Holy Day Machzorim Reservation Request: Borrow a set of Machzorim for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (High Holy Day Prayer Books from Temple). 

Purchase Your Own Machzorim: Please visit our very own Spinning Dreidel Gift Shop or  CCAR press for more information! 

Lulavim/Etrogim: Buy your household a lulav and etrog set. 

 

PJ Library knows that something magical happens when parents sit down together to read with their children. PJ Library shares Jewish stories that can help your family talk together about values and traditions that are important to you.

Resources from PJ Library for the High Holy Days include podcasts, activities and books, and even meal ideas!

Books and Resources from the Reform Movement: 

ReformJudaism.org has activities, ideas and recipes for you and your family.  

CCAR Press - offers a wide range of books and resources for the High Holy Days. 

 

Creating Your Mikdash Me’at – Your Personal Worship Space: With the current health pandemic, and restrictions on group gatherings, our kitchens have become our classroom, our basements are our yoga studios, and the dining room has become our office. Where then, is our synagogue? Click the link for more information!

Click the link(s) below to learn how to blow a shofar, the different blasts, and prayers for the shofar!

Mon, September 21 2020 3 Tishrei 5781