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High Holidays 5783

Book of Remembrance (Yizkor Book) 5783
A copy of the Book of Remembrance will sooon be available to view here.  Print copies will be available for use at services. 
Reserve a Time Slot in the GRJC Sukkah
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Lulav and Etrog
The deadline for orders is Monday, September 19.  Place your order HERE.  $38 per set.
Get a copy of the Machzor Lev Shalem (High Holiday prayerbook)
If you plan to watch our services via livestream, GRJC members may borrow a copy from the GRJC, download a digital copy or purchase your own book from the Rabbinical Assembly.
1. If you would like to borrow a copy of the machzor (available only to those who plan to attend over livestream), please contact Administrative Assistant JoAnne Forman at (201) 652-6624 or
2. To download a free licensed digital version (we suggest doing this at least a few days before the start of the holiday):
Enter the code NKY8KYT5
3. To purchase your own physical copy of the Machzor Lev Shalem, go directly to the Rabbinical Association's website:
Our holiday services are structured this year in such a way as to provide both safety and comfort, to the best of our ability, as we make our way out of the COVID pandemic.  Due to our reduced limited maximum capacity, we are asking that you RSVP for the service(s) you plan to attend.  Registrations for each service will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis and will close when we have reached capacity.

Please note: our COVID protocols are subject to change at any time.
To view our full High Holiday schedule, click HERE
Services with an * are open to the public.
Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sunday, September 25
5:00pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah service *
Rosh Hashanah (Day 1)
Monday, September 26
8:30am: Morning service with Children's Programming from 9:00-11:30am
11:30am: Community Shofar service, outdoors (weather-permitting) *
3:30pm: Apples & Honey service (for young families) *
5:15pm: Mincha (Afternoon service), Tashlich and Maariv (Evening service) at the Duck Pond
Rosh Hashanah (Day 2)
Tuesday, September 27
8:30am: Morning service with Children's Programming from 9:00-11:30am
11:30am: Community Shofar service, outdoors (weather-permitting) * followed by Mincha (Afternoon service)
Kol Nidre/Erev Yom Kippur
Wednesday, September 15
6:15pm: Mincha - Afternoon service
6:30pm: Kol Nidre
Yom Kippur Day - Yizkor
Thursday, September 16
Two service options:
8:30-11:30am: First service, including Yizkor at approximately 11am
9-11:30am: Children's programming 
12:15-3:15pm: Second service (with GRJC choir), with Yizkor (*) at approximately 2:45pm
5:45 pm: Mincha  - Afternoon service *
6:30 pm: (approximately): Neilah  - Closing service *
7:43pm: Fast ends
If you would like to view services over live stream, please use THIS LINK
Monday, September 20
7:00pm: Erev Sukkot service and desserts in sukkah *
Tuesday, September 21
8:00am: Sukkot service with lulav and etrog *
Wednesday, September 22
8:00am: Sukkot service with lulav and etrog *
Friday, September 24
8:00pm: Erev Shabbat and Chol Ha'Moed Sukkot services *
Saturday, September 25
9:00am: Shabbat and Chol Ha'Moed Sukkot services *
Monday, September 27
8:00am: Hoshana Rabbah service *
8:00pm: Erev Shemini Atzeret service with Yizkor *
Tuesday, September 28
8:00am: Shemini Atzeret service with Yizkor *
5:00pm: Dancing with the Torahs for Young Families (outdoors) register HERE.
6:00pm: Simchat Torah Dinner (outdoors) (registration closed)
7:00pm: Sanctuary Service celebrating honorees (indoors with outdoor dancing) register HERE.
Wednesday, September 29
8:00am: Simchat Torah service and breakfast celebrating honorees (indoor service with outdoor dancing, weather permitting, and outdoor breakfast) * register HERE.
Sun, July 3 2022 4 Tammuz 5782