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High Holidays 2019/5780

Erev Rosh Hashanah: Sunday, September 29th
Rosh Hashanah (1st Day): Monday, September 30th
Rosh Hashanah (2nd Day): Tuesday, October 1st
Kol Nidre Yom Kippur: Tuesday, October 8th 
Yom Kippur: Wednesday, October 9th 

Download a Schedule of Services


Get Tickets:

FOR TBZ MEMBERS: To receive ticket(s) to our High Holidays Services, you must re-commit to TBZ membership for the 2019/2020 year and pay your dues. Please complete the 2019 Membership Dues and Additional Seats Form by Thursday, September 19th to have your ticket(s) mailed to you (tickets requested after that date will be held at Will-Call). Contact Susan Diller, Executive Director, at 617-566-8171 x10, to discuss a payment plan. You may also purchase additional tickets for your family and friends here

FOR THE GREATER TBZ COMMUNITY (i.e. everyone else!): Purchase tickets here.

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets purchased/requested by Thursday, September 19th will be mailed to your home. Tickets requested after that date will be held at the temple at Will-Call. 
 

Other Important Links:

Submit to our Yizkor Book by September 19th.
Sign up for the Yom Kippur Break-Fast Meal
Volunteer to be a High Holidays Usher
View High Holiday Sermons and Personal Prayers from Congregants

Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret, & Simchat Torah at TBZ (coming soon)


Selikhot:

[CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SELIKHOT]

 

About TBZ's High Holiday Services:

If you are looking for a spiritual, meaningful and uplifting experience for the High Holidays then TBZ may be the right place for you. Whether you are a long time TBZ member or joining us for the first time, we hope you will feel welcome and comfortable in our sanctuary and will enjoy our services. We are a relaxed, warm and welcoming congregation.

Our services include time for meditation, lay participation and as usual, a great deal of singing. TBZ has its own Makhzor (High Holidays prayer book) created collaboratively by Reb Moshe and several TBZ members. This allows us to include poems, reflections, meditations and teachings alongside the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur liturgy. Almost all the liturgy has transliterations and translations for those who do not read Hebrew.

Our seating is open and unassigned. There are services specifically for families with young children, and study sessions for teenagers. We have volunteer TBZ member ushers at each service to guide you to a place to sit and direct you to restrooms, coatrooms and childcare locations.

If for any reason you have financial difficulties, please speak to the TBZ office. TBZ is your Jewish community and no one is denied access because of finances.

Sun, September 15 2019 15 Elul 5779