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High Holy Days
5783 | 2022 - 2023

New Beginnings

We look forward to celebrating the High Holy Days in person and on Zoom!

The High Holy Days are close at hand - Rosh Hashanah begins on the evening of Sunday, September 25th, and continues through Tuesday, September 27th. Yom Kippur starts with Kol Nidre, on the evening of Tuesday, October 4th, and closes with the final shofar blast at the end of the day, Wednesday, October 5th. We begin our formal introduction to the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) even earlier, with the community-wide Selichot service on the evening of Saturday, September 17th at 9:30PM, a beautiful service that features rabbis and cantors from our many congregations coming together to provide a moving, meaningful and musical experience.


Ticket Information


You (and your children under age 23) already have tickets waiting at PSJC by household under the last name of the primary member on your account! Please bring your ticket with you to each service you attend. To bring guests who aren't members, please fill out the form below.


Visiting friends or family this holiday season? Make sure they register in advance! If your home synagogue has a reciprocity agreement, have them contact us to set it up.

Want to see if PSJC is right for you? We welcome anyone, but you'll need to purchase tickets in advance. Our Community Kol Nidre service and Youth and Family programming are free for all, with donations greatly appreciated.

Yom Kippur


HHD Schedule
Yout & Family

Download the PSJC High Holy Days Songbook

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