We welcome the New Year of 5782 in September with a hope for a better year to come.
While we couldn’t come together as a community as we wanted to last year for the High Holidays, we will be together this year in person while observing COVID protocol guidelines. For those who are not comfortable joining in-person, livestream will be available for many of the services and events at www.tinr.org under "LIVESTREAM SERVICES & HIGH HOLIDAYS" You DO NOT need to register for LiveStream viewing.
ONLINE signups have CLOSED. If you would like to sign up:
- Call us at 914.235.1800 x215 OR
- Email [email protected] OR
- Leave a message at the front desk 914.235.1800, we will call you back!
Temple Israel of New Rochelle has been guided by the Jewish value of pikuach nefesh: putting health and safety first. We invite all to participate in a variety of High Holiday events and programs that will broaden our Jewish connection to each other, our temple, and ourselves.
Wishing you a healthy, safe, and sweet New Year. L’shanah tovah um’tukah.
Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum - Cantor Randall M. Schloss
DONATION FOR GUEST NAMETAGS
Guests: High Holiday services are open to all. Security procedures demand that everyone has tickets, but they are available to anyone who wishes to attend. We always welcome your support and the suggested donation is $120 per guest for each holiday, $200 for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Please click here to complete your donation.
- All services will now be held under a tent on the Temple Israel grounds. No services will be held indoors.
- Tot Services for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, along with Teaching Study, led by Jason Morris, will be held in the Courtyard.
- ZOOM link for N'ilah will be sent on Tuesday, September 14th.
- All attendees 12 or over, must be fully vaccinated (two weeks post the second vaccine or J&J vaccine).
- Proof of vaccination (vaccination card or Excelsior pass) along with your nametag will be required to attend services.
- All attendees must wear a mask at all times, indoors and outdoors, whether vaccinated or not.
- You should not attend services if you or someone in your household has a cough, sore throat, muscle aches, difficulty breathing, new loss of taste or smell, or fever at or above 100.4.