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The High Holidays are a unique time of year.  They blend solemnity, joy, and reflection.

Much work goes into the services which we all enjoy during this time.  Many people spend countless hours making sure that the services at Rodeph flow smoothly and seamlessly.  In addition to the clergy and other members of Rodeph's professional staff, a corps of volunteers, work hard to achieve that goal.  The volunteer effort of the Mitzvah Corps, usher staff, setup staff, and Ritual Committee ensures the quality of the services which are the focus of this special time of year.  We thank all of them for all of their work.

There are some basic "ground rules" which govern attendance at Rodeph Sholom High Holiday services:

Please remember to bring your tickets with you to the synagogue and present your tickets at each service.  The safety and security of our Rodeph families are of utmost importance to us.  We appreciate your cooperation and attention to this very important matter.

Children, college students, and military personnel are not required to have a ticket but will be asked for photo identification.  Arrangements can be made for the admission of out-of-town guests with the synagogue office prior to the holidays.

Best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year to all of our Rodeph Sholom congregants, families, guests, and friends.

Please help us with proper synagogue decorum:

  • Cell phones must be turned to either vibrate or the "off" position and should not be used in the building.
  • Both men and women must wear head coverings on the pulpit.  Men must also wear a Tallit on the pulpit.
  • Tickets must be presented to enter the synagogue.  Only "members in good standing" will be issued tickets (which are not transferable).
  • We ask that everyone maintain proper decorum while inside the synagogue building.

See important High Holiday links below.

High Holiday Links

Mon, May 27 2024 19 Iyyar 5784