September 15, 2021 • Volume 18 No. 12
High Holidays 5782 – 2021
G'mar Chatimah Tovah
May you be sealed in the Book of Life
Let's join together in person, and online, for Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur ... joining as a strong and vital community here at Temple Israel!
IN PERSON
All Yom Kippur services will be held under a tent on the Temple Israel grounds if weather permits. Unless severe weather, no services will be held indoors.

REMINDERS on COVID PROTOCOL
 
  • All attendees 12 or over, must be fully vaccinated (two weeks post the second vaccine or J&J vaccine).
  • Proof of vaccination (vaccination card or Excelsior pass) along with your nametag will be required to attend services.
  • All attendees must wear a mask at all times, indoors and outdoors, whether vaccinated or not.
  • You should not attend services if you or someone in your household has a cough, sore throat, muscle aches, difficulty breathing, new loss of taste or smell, or fever at or above 100.4.

LIVESTREAM ONLINE
if you are not able to attend Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services in person, you can view from the Temple Website at:
 
 
...or click on the LiveStream link on the upper right corner of the Temple website when services begin. Reminder! Registration is NOT REQUIRED for viewing LiveStream.
Some Tips for Online Streaming
 
  • Test your computer connection in advance by clicking the livestream link about 5- 10 minutes in advance of the published service time. That way you will be confident everything is working.
  • The stream can be viewed on any smart device (smartphone, tablet, etc.)
  • To watch in full screen, click the two arrows in the bottom right of the livestream window.
  • Recommended browsers for streaming: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox
  • Streaming services on your computer or cast to your TV will provide the highest quality viewing at high definition.
  • If your livestream hasn’t started at the scheduled time, try refreshing your browser.
The Temple Office is closed at 3:00 pm today, Wednesday, September 15th for Kol Nidre.
Sukkot / Simchat Torah
Tuesday, September 21, 7:00 am
Sukkot Service

Tuesday, September 28, 10:30 am
Simchat Torah Special Festival Service with Yizkor  

The Temple Office will be closed on Tuesday, September 21st and Tuesday, September 28th.
High Holiday Appeal
The funds provided by membership supports roughly 59% of our expenses. We are gifted with a beautiful campus that allows us to continue to provide and expand our programming but has its costs. Please consider supporting this community during the High Holidays.

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Shabbat Services / Events: Friday, Saturday
Friday, September 17

10:30 am: Kehillah Shabbat via ZOOM

5:45 pm: Shabbat Welcome & Refreshments. Service to follow in-person and via ZOOM (Meeting ID: 885 5732 2368, Passcode: 7wW055) and via Livestream
Saturday, September 18

9:00 am Shabbat Morning Blessings/Torah Study in-person and via ZOOM (Meeting ID: 853 3548 4859, Passcode: 58QLMa) only. No Livestream.
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A Note to Members! There is a Board of Trustees meeting once a month that is always open to all members of Temple Israel.

You are invited to join the next meeting on Wednesday, September 22nd, 7:30 pm (with a meet & greet at 7 pm).
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We are a community that adds meaning and purpose to modern lives through an inclusive approach to Judaism. We live our Jewish values in our worship, celebration, lifelong learning and Tikkun Olam–the repair of the world.