High Holy Days 5782/2021

The High Holy Days are a time for celebration as well as reflection. As we prepare for the High Holy Days, we wish you Shanah Tovah and a year filled with health, happiness and peace. We look forward to being together as a community during this special time of return and renewal.

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Member registration for High Holy Days
Including additional tickets, donations & Memorial Book

Non Member registration

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High Holy Day Programs

Selichot | August 28

We kick-off our High Holy Days programming on Saturday, August 28, at 7:30 pm, with the observance of Selichot. This will be a fun and awe-inspiring evening, which will begin with a High Holy Days honey cake and apple/honey recipe bake-off contest. Then, we’ll watch a thought-provoking episode of Northern Exposure entitled, “Shofar So Good,” which will be followed by a group discussion. The Selichot Service will begin at 9:00 pm as Cantor Reinwald leads us through a beautiful melodic service, as we change the Torah mantels and prepare our hearts and minds for the Holy Days ahead. Register for Selichot.

Rosh Hashanah | September 6-8

Erev Rosh Hashanah services will be held at 7:00 pm, on Monday September 6.
Child Care/ Youth Programs

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Rosh Hashanah First Day is Tuesday, September 7. We start at 9:00 am with our Children’s Service for 1- to 9-year-old children and their parents. This will be followed by a congregational service at 10:30 am, where all ages are welcome. During the traditional service, we will offer a preschool program and an educational youth break-out session (following the first blowing of the shofar and returning for the final blowing of the shofar).

Second Day Rosh Hashanah Service is Wednesday, September 8 at 10:30 am. It will be followed by a luncheon, for a nominal fee.
Lunch box option for 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah: https://tbsoc.shulcloud.com/form/2021–5782-high-holy-days-meals.html

Shabbat Shuvah / Tashlich | September 11

10:30 at Corona Del Mar beach. Service including a 9/11 Commemoration.
There is public parking (for a fee) at the main beach. After parking walk to the beach and go right and we will be on the right side of the main beach. Signs will be placed in the parking lot to point to the gathering spot.

Yom Kippur | September 15-16

Erev Yom Kippur
Wednesday, September 15, 7:00 pm
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Yom Kippur
Thursday, September 16
Childcare/Youth Programs
**Children’s Service (ages 1-9) | 9:00 am
Congregational Service | 10:30 am
Discussion Groups | 2:00 pm 
*Afternoon Service | 3:30 pm
Yizkor Service | 4:30pm
N’ilah Service | 5:30 pm
Havdalah |6:00 pm

Sukkot | September 20-26

Erev Sukkot
Monday, September 20 | 6:00 pm

Sukkot Shabbat
Friday, September 24 | 6:00 pm – Bring your own dinner
Saturday, September 25 | 3:00 pm – ​​​​​​​FWYC Sukkot Building Event & Havdalah

Simchat Torah
Sunday, September 26 | 11:00 am – Service & Celebration with Consecration

Tickets will NOT be mailed out. Please come to the ticket table before each service to pick up your tickets or with any questions. Thank you

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Safety Guidelines

Throughout the High Holy Days, we will be practicing all recommended health and safety guidelines at the temple. 

TBS Mask Policy for the High Holy Days
1. Masks must be worn, always, inside all buildings at TBS by all over the age of 2.  Assigned readers in services may remove their masks while doing their part in the service.
2. Unvaccinated individuals must wear a mask at all times on Temple Property.
3. During the children’s service, which will be held held outside, masks are optional for vaccinated participants as long as social distancing is followed.
4. Masks are required to enter the building for restroom needs.

​​​​​​​For those who are unable to attend, or not yet ready to join in person, services also will be available through our streaming services. Everyone, both in-person and streaming attendees, must register. Please RSVP by clicking the High Holy day button below.

Tickets

All tickets will be available at the will call table only. The will call table will be open 45 minutes before services.
Please select the services you and your family will be attending in person when you Register. We need an accurate count.

Members: All members in good standing will receive their tickets at the table. 

Non-Members: We invite you to join TBS for the High Holy Days! Please use this link to purchase tickets.

If you need to discuss an alternative financial arrangement, please contact Ruth Irving before Rosh Hashanah in order to ensure that tickets will be set aside for you at our Will Call table.

Parking

Limited parking will be available in the TBS parking lot. As a reminder, overflow parking will be at the Orange Stake of the Church of Latter Day Saints, located at 674 S. Yorba St. Orange, CA 92869.  Parking attendants at the lot will direct you and shuttles will be available during all services to bring you to and from the Temple.
 
The temple parking lot will have spaces reserved for the following:
·     Handicapped individuals
·     Kavanah-Level Donors
 
Please note that parking in our neighborhood is strictly limited to resident permit only, You may be ticketed if you choose to park in the neighborhood. TBS will not be responsible for any parking tickets.

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