Wishing you and your family a very happy, healthy and meaningful New Year.
We look forward to sharing these High Holy Days with you. This year, the need for community is stronger than ever. Thank you for making M'kor Shalom part of your community.

The Officers, Board of Trustees, Clergy and Staff of Congregation M'kor Shalom
We hope everyone in our M'kor Shalom Community
– congregants, family, friends and community members –
is enriched spiritually by our High Holy Day celebrations.

All services will be virtual.
The later morning services on the first day of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur and the service for Kol Nidre will be streamed. A link to each service will become active at the appointed start time for the service. All other services will be available through Zoom; these services will start at the appointed time. Only those who have registered in advance will be provided (via email) the links for the services.
You only need to register once for all services.
Friday, September 18, 6:30 pm 
At the beginning of each new year, the Talmud suggests eating the following foods: gourds (pumpkin, squash, etc.), leeks, beets, pomegranates, fish, dates and apples/honey. Each is accompanied by a special blessing 0that asks for divine gifts of bounty, strength, health and peace. Click HERE for more information.
Saturday, September 19
9:00 am Mishpacha (Family) Service
11:00 am Late Morning Service – Sermon by Rabbi Frenkel
"In Times of Uncertainty, What's Your Pivot Point?"
3:00 pm Tashlich Service (CANCELLED)
Although our in-person event has been cancelled due to circumstances outside of our control, please consider other ways to observe Tashlich using the birdseed included in the High Holy Day gift bag and the Tashlich service booklet linked here.

Sunday, September 20, 10:00 am

Shabbat Shuvah
Saturday, September 26, 10:00 am

Sunday, September 27, 8:00 pm
Sermon by Rabbi Frenkel
Monday, September 28
9:00 am Mishpacha (Family) Service
11:00 am Late Morning Service – Sermon by Rabbi Frenkel
2:30 pm Tot Family Service
2:30 pm College & Burkett Member Schmooze with Cantor Hochman
2:30 pm Adult Study Session
The Reform Movement has made our High Holy Day Prayerbook, Mishkan HaNefesh, available online; click HERE to follow along online.
Team Hineini is here for you!
Having technical issues on the day of any High Holy Day service? Did you register, but can’t find the Zoom login information or the link to the streamed services? Having trouble accessing or using the flip book? Having trouble re-naming your device in order to be admitted to a Zoom service? Just email MkorShalomHelpDesk@gmail.com (within a half-hour of the start of any service or during the service) and someone will get back to you promptly. Please be sure to include your phone number in your email.
For more information about High Holy Day services,
study sessions and alternative programming, please visit our website:

The Birth of
Hudson Riviello
grandson of Don & Laurie Riviello
nephew of Stephanie & John Riviello

nephew of Lauren Rardin
Upcoming Events:
Monday, September 21, 7:00 pm

Early Bird Order Deadline: Wednesday, September 30