High Holidays – 2016/5777
Everyone is welcome to attend TBI’s High Holiday services with a ticket. If you are not currently a member, become a member and tickets are included. All services are at TBI unless otherwise noted. On Yom Kippur it is traditional to wear white. It’s special, we promise.
High Holiday FAQs
What books do we use? Gates of Repentance is our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur prayerbook. Created by the Reform Movement it contains readings, meditations, and songs and has gender inclusive language throughout.
Where’s it all going to be? Services will be held in our beautiful sanctuary. Tashlich will be at Woodward Park and Yom Kippur Break the fast will be held at a congregants home.
Rabbi? We’ve got one. Rabbi Rick Winer. Word around town is he’s pretty awesome!
Food? No, because, we will be fasting. Well, just on Yom Kippur, the rest of the time there will be food and lots of it. After services on Erev Rosh Hashanah there will be an Oneg hosted by Sisterhood. Yom Kippur Break the Fast will be a community wide celebration at the home of Sindy and Mark Alson.
Parking? There is plenty of parking at TBI, though we suggest you get here early. Parking at Woodward park for Tashlich is outside the Japanese Tea Garden and there is an entrance fee. Street parking is really the only option at Break the Fast. We recommend people carpool (there is a sign up sheets in the lobby). There will be a limited number of spaces reserved for those who need assistance in the Alson’s driveway.
Ok, it sounds great. How can I get tickets?
- Non-members: If you would like to attend High Holy Days, don’t wait, space is limited. Call the TBI office today (559) 432-3600.
- Members: By now you should have received your tickets via snail mail. Please call the office if you have not. You can also request extra tickets by calling the office.
- Members AND non-members: Get your Port & Chocolate tickets for Sukkot!
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