High Holy Days 5784
We look forward to celebrating the High Holy Days with you!
(remote access via Zoom available)
We enter the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) with the community-wide Selichot service on
Saturday, September 9th at 9:30 PM, which features rabbis, cantors, and participants from many congregations coming together for a moving musical experience.
Rosh Hashanah is Friday evening, September 15th through Sunday, September 17th, and Yom Kippur starts with Kol Nidre, Sunday evening, September 24th, and closes with the final shofar blast on Monday night, September 25th.
Where's my ticket?All PSJC members (including their children under age 23) will have tickets waiting at PSJC by household under the last name of the primary member on your account.
Do I need to bring my ticket for each service?It is helpful for our greeters and security for everyone to have your ticket with you. If you forget yours at home, please check in upon arrival.
Are guest tickets available?PSJC welcomes guests of members, as well as community guests, but they must be registered in advance. Information on purchasing guest tickets can be found here.
Guests of Members$300 (all) / $180 (single holiday) Purchase guest tickets here.
Community Guests$400 (all) / $200 (RH) / $250 (YK) Purchase tickets here. Our Community Kol Nidre service and all youth and family services remain free for all, with donations greatly appreciated.
Visiting friends or family at PSJC this holiday season?
Does your home synagogue have a reciprocity agreement? Fill out the form below. If you are a PSJC member who requires a letter, please email email@example.com.
Download the PSJC High Holy Days Songbook