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Yom Kippur 5782

09/14/2021 11:51:02 PM



Yom Kippur 5782

Wednesday, September 15
Mincha 3:00 PM
Kol Nidrei 6:40 PM
Candle-lighting before 6:46 PM
Fast Begins 7:04 PM
Thursday, September 16
Shacharit 9:00 AM
"HaMelekh" 9:30 AM
Yizkor 11:30 AM
Mincha 5:00 PM
Neila 6:15 PM
Maariv 7:35 PM
Havdala 7:45 PM
As always, there will be a to-go break-fast
immediately following services.



To attend services, you must have a confirmed reservation and sit in your assigned seat(s). We have sent out confirmations for all services. If you have not heard from us, this most likely means that you are not confirmed. Immediately reply to this email with any questions or concerns.


Our High Holy Day Services are limited to the fully-vaccinated. (This requirement excludes children under 12 who are welcome, but must sit with their parents in the sanctuary or distance play - while masked - in the social hall.) Masks must be worn (properly) by all in attendance. The only exception to our mask policy applies to our Baalei Tefilla and speakers. They have all been recently tested and will remove their masks only when alone on the Bima. We insist that all ark-honorees stand far to the side when not negotiating the ark.


Your names may be found on your seats. There are maps when you walk into the building and also in the sanctuary. We strongly recommend that you consult the online maps/listing found here to familiarize yourself with your location.


If you have already asked to sit in the balcony, you will not find your name on either map, but your name should be on the listing.


If you will not be using your seat, please let us know ASAP.


Make sure that your family/friends are accounted for. Of course mistakes creep in, so please let us know if there are any problems.

The balcony will be mostly empty and is a reasonable option for those of you that would like some extra room.
If you haven't yet paid for your seats or your membership, this would be a great time to do so. Click here.
We are so over pledge-cards. To get a head start on our Kol Nidrei Campaign, click here.
Finally - and a bit non-sequitur (but we are very excited):
We wish a Mazal Tov to Charlotte Harary & Haim Shechtman upon their recent engagement.
We wish a Mazal Tov to Sophie Smolen & Michael Krasna upon their recent engagement.


Gmar Tov.





Sixth Street Community Synagogue

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Fri, September 24 2021 18 Tishrei 5782