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Dear Congregants,
We are aware that Covid is still with us. It is our desire and plan to offer all our members High Holiday seating options which will make everyone feel as welcome and comfortable as possible.

All High Holiday services will be broadcast on Zoom for those who will not attend in person.  Although current local and national guidelines do not require masking in places of worship, many members have advised they prefer being masked while in an indoor venue for a prolonged period.  


Therefore, we will partition the sanctuary in two sections - mask required and mask optional.  The Cantor’s side will be the mask required section and the Rabbi’s side will be the mask optional section. We are requiring those in the mask required section to be fully masked, covering both their nose and mouth. There will be no assigned seats in either section.  We are asking those who sit in the mask required section to allow row and seat spacing between their family group and the next family group.  This is the plan we will use provided there are no changes in county or state regulations as we approach the High Holidays. 

For ALL congregants, any time you are not sitting in your seat, you will be required to wear a mask. If you are walking in and out of the sanctuary, around the building, and to the restroom, regardless of the section choice you are sitting in, you must wear a mask.  


If enough congregants indicate they plan to attend services in person, we will open the wall into the social hall so that there will be ample space available for everyone.

We ask that all members complete the High Holiday Form indicating how they plan to attend High Holiday services and in which section they wish to sit.  We hope that these measures will encourage members to attend High Holiday services in person.    

As the New Year approaches, an important issue we would like to emphasize is that your yearly membership dues, aside from providing you with free seats at the High Holidays, also help to sustain the synagogue in many ways.  Your membership supports the synagogue staff and allows them to maintain the building in good working order.  It allows for the planning of engaging programming and for care and outreach to members during life cycle events.  We hope that in the months to come there will be more and more reasons for you to join us in person and reconnect with your fellow members.    

Even with full-paying memberships, not all our expenses are covered at the synagogue.  We also depend on those families that have the means to donate more to help keep the lights on.  For those families that can generously support us we have three higher levels of membership:  Donor ($4,000), Patron ($7,000) and Benefactor ($10,000).  At these higher levels you are entitled to additional free High Holiday seats and Yizkor Book listings.  In addition, this year, your higher-level membership will include a special opportunity to join us at an exclusive Sponsorship Dinner.  Please call the office if you would like to change your membership level to become a Donor, Patron, or Benefactor.  Your support of the synagogue is greatly appreciated.

Wishing you a joyous and Covid-free 5783,

Rabbi Steven Suson and the HTAA Board of Directors

Join us for high holidays services this year!

 
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Complete our High Holiday Form to:

  • Register for IN PERSON High Holiday Services
  • Register for the VIRTUAL High Holiday Broadcast
  • Sign-up for Youth and Family Services
  • Make your Kol-Nidre donation.
  • Submit names for inclusion in this year's Yizkor Booklet

We prefer you fill out the High Holiday Form online, but you can also:

  • Print and mail the form to us.
  • Email it to us at: info@htaa.org

Please contact the office if you do not receive a confirmation email of its receipt within one week of sending it to us alternatively.

ROSH HASHANAH

Sunday Evening, September 25
Evening Services  6:30pm
Candles 6:43pm
 
Monday, September 26
Morning Services 9:30 am 
Tashlich Mincha & Shofar (at Sligo Creek Park) 5:00 pm
Candles after 7:39 pm
 
Tuesday, September 27
Morning Services 9:30 am 

YOM KIPPUR

Tuesday Evening, October 4
Candles 6:29 pm
Kol Nidre 6:30 pm
 

Wednesday, October 5
Morning Services 9:30 am
Mincha & Sefer Yona 4:30pm
YIZKOR  5:30pm
N'eila 6:00pm
Final Shofar & End of Fast 7:25pm

Family and Kids Programs

Kids and families are welcome for an educational, meaningful, and above all, fun high holidays experience.

Our program includes crafts, stories, and other fun activities for children of all ages.
Parents must remain in the building.

Please note that all family programs will require advance registration

You can register for the children's program when you reserve your seat using the High Holiday Reservation Form.

Rosh Hashanah Family Program

 September 26th, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM

 September 27th, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM

Yom Kippur Family Program

October 5th, 10:30 AM-1:00 PM

Click HERE to register

TICKETS

WHEN YOU ARRIVE IN PERSON TO SHUL:

  • YOUR ID IS YOUR TICKET – Please check in with the attending officer at the front door BEFORE approaching your seats.
  • You will find a seating chart that will identify your seats. 

 

Wed, September 28 2022 3 Tishrei 5783