In-person religious services have resumed. Services will continue to be streamed online, on Zoom and Facebook.

Covid-19 and influenza: Masking is requested, especially if it’s possible that you have been exposed recently, or are experiencing any symptoms.

Meetings, classes and other events are a mix of hybrid, online-only and in-person-only events. Please check the twice-weekly LINKS emails from Rabbi Blair for participation info. If you aren’t receiving these emails, please contact Rabbi Blair.

Holiday Calendar

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All holidays begin at sundown on the evening prior to the date listed, unless otherwise noted.

Please see the “Events” calendar on the Home page for dates and times of holiday services.

Erev Rosh Hashanah – evening of Sept. 25

Rosh Hashanah – Sept. 26

Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidrei) – evening of Oct. 4

Yom Kippur – Oct. 5

Sukkot – Oct. 10-17 (observed evening of Oct. 7)

Simchat Torah – Oct. 17 (observed evening of Oct. 14)

Hanukkah – Dec. 19-26 (Light 1st candle evening of Dec. 18) 

Tu B’Shevat – Feb. 6 (observed evening of Feb. 3)

Purim – March 7 (observed evening of March 3)

Passover – April 6-12, 2023(Passover Seder, evening of April 5)

Yom HaSho’ah – April 18 (service, evening of April 17)

Yom Hazikaron/Yom Ha’Atzma’ut – April 25-26 (Israel Memorial Day and Israel Independence Day, observed evening of April 28)

Pesach Sheni/2nd Passover – May 5 (observed May 5)

Shavuot – May 25-27 (observed evening of May 26)

Tisha B’Av – July 27 (fast begins evening of July 26)

Would you like to sponsor an Oneg Shabbat reception?

Following our Shabbat service we gather for an Oneg reception to celebrate the “Joy of Sabbath”.*

We encourage you to sponsor an Oneg by reserving a date with the Oneg committee. You may prepare the food yourself or cover the cost of the Oneg by writing a check for $35 payable to Temple Israel.

*Please note we do not have Onegs in the summer when we only serve challah, wine, and juice. These items are always provided by the Temple.

Would you like to sponsor Shabbat flowers for the bimah?

You may sponsor the flowers on the bimah by contacting Betty Stern to reserve a date. The cost of sponsorship is $40 by check made payable to Temple Israel Sisterhood. Please note: we don’t have flowers at summer services.