HHD 5780

High Holy Day Schedule Welcome to High Holy Day Worship 5780/2019

Erev Rosh Hashanah Sunday, Sept 29 | Rosh Hashanah Monday, Sept 30 | Rosh Hashanah II Tuesday, Oct 1 | Kol Nidre Tuesday, Oct 8 | Yom Kippur Wednesday, Oct 9

 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to High Holy Day Worship 5780/2019

Erev Rosh Hashanah Sunday, Sept 29 | Rosh Hashanah Monday, Sept 30 | Rosh Hashanah II Tuesday, Oct 1 | Kol Nidre Tuesday, Oct 8 | Yom Kippur Wednesday, Oct 9

With the arrival of the Jewish month of Elul, which immediately precedes the High Holy Days, we turn to our own spiritual preparation.

All of our Congregational Services are open to members only and will be ticketed. All tickets will be scanned and will require a photo ID upon entry. Large bags are not permitted in the building; all bags will be searched at the door.

For a complete and printer-friendly High Holy Day Schedule, click here.

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Members

Services Open to Members

All Family Services will require a separate ticket, which is different from the member Congregational ticket. In mid-August, families with children ages 0–12 will receive an invitation for the Main Sanctuary Family Service and/or the Sholom Sprouts Service. RSVP is required and all tickets, which are printed at home, will be scanned.

Questions about Family Services?
Email: membership@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3051

Members with children ages 0–5 will automatically receive tickets by email on August 10.

Questions about Sholom Sprouts Services?
Email: lschiff@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3059

Programming for the 2nd–6th Grade High Holy Day Experience runs in conjunction with Congregational Services and consists of fun and educational activities, hands-on tzedakah projects, and a child-friendly High Holy Day Service. Snacks and a pizza lunch will be provided. ***Parents must be at the synagogue during the time their child(ren) is (are) attending the 2nd–6th Grade High Holy Day Experience.***

Registration is mandatory and must be made by Tuesday, September 4th. Click here to register.

To help defray the cost of programming, contributions are greatly appreciated. Click here to donate to the 2nd–6th Grade High Holy Day Experience.

Questions about the 2nd–6th Grade High Holy Day Experience?
Email: hhdkids@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3083

On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we invite you to a unique and abbreviated worship experience led by our Clergy. The service will include the hallmarks of our High Holy Day liturgy and music, as well as moments of learning, reflection, and interaction.

To request tickets, please click here.

Questions about the Service at 84th Street?
Email: membership@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3051

All are welcome to our Rosh Hashanah Shireinu Service for families with special needs on Tuesday, October 1 at 11:00 AM. Join the Rodeph Sholom clergy and extended family for a sensory sensitive, musical, and interactive worship experience welcoming the New Year! There will be a Sign Language Interpreter and snacks, and the service will end in time to participate in the congregational Tashlich Service in Central Park.

No ticket is necessary and the service is open to non-members; RSVP is strongly encouraged. To register, contact specialneeds@crsnyc.org or 646-454-3124. Please include your name, email address and/or phone number, number of people attending, the age of the individual with special needs, and the nature of the special need (optional).

Ticketing

Click here to request a Guest Ticket on behalf of your guest.

Questions about Guest Tickets?
Email: rbernstein@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3051

Click here for young adult (ages 18–25) ticket requests.

Questions about Young Adult Tickets?
Email: seating@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3051

Questions about Reciprocity Ticketing?
Email: reciprocity@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3043

While we cannot guarantee every seating change, we will do our best to accommodate your request. To request a seating change, please contact:
Email: membership@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3051

Other

The Roll of Remembrance Book is given to worshipers at the Yizkor (Memorial) Service on Yom Kippur, acknowledging our ongoing love for those who have passed away.

If you would like names listed in the 2019 Roll of Remembrance Book, please submit your information prior to our deadline of August 22, 2019.
To list your names you may:

  • Return the form that was mailed to you with your High Holy Day information
  • Call the Development Office at 646-454-3052
  • Email your names to remembrance@crsnyc.org
  • List names and make a donation online

Questions about Roll of Remembrance?
Email: remembrance@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3052

Complimentary child care is available for children ages 3–7. RSVP is required and must be made in advance.

ROSH HASHANAH—Monday morning, September 30th from 10:00 AM until Congregational Services end
All adults dropping off before 10:50 AM must wait in the 84th Street lobby until Family Services end and all congregants exit the building.
YOM KIPPUR—Wednesday morning, October 9th from 10:00 AM until Congregational Services end
All adults dropping off before 10:50 AM must wait in the 84th Street lobby until Family Services end and all congregants exit the building.

All children must be potty trained.
* Please send a NUT-FREE, KOSHER-STYLE lunch with your child if staying for full day. * Child Care provides various activities and we serve Goldfish, raisins, and cookies as a light snack.

Please email mbaron@crsnyc.org to RSVP.

Questions concerning membership bills?
Email: billing@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3065

The Yom Kippur Appeal depends on the full participation of every family in our community to support the breadth and quality of worship and engagement opportunities that make this synagogue special. Every gift is appreciated, as membership dues cover roughly half of our expenses. Your participation in the 2019 Yom Kippur Appeal not only supports a wide range of CRS activities, but also allows us to assist all members of our synagogue family who find themselves in difficult financial circumstances.

Click here to donate now.

Questions about the Yom Kippur Appeal?
Email: llevine@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3050


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Non-Members

Services Open to Non-Members

Non-members with children ages 0–5 may request tickets by clicking here.
Questions about Sholom Sprouts Services?
Email: lschiff@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3059

We are pleased to offer a Community Yikzor/Neilah Service open to non-members beginning at 4:15 PM on Yom Kippur. If you wish to attend, please click here to RSVP. You must print out and bring the ticket and photo ID to the service.

All are welcome to our Rosh Hashanah Shireinu Service for families with special needs on Tuesday, October 1 at 11:00 AM. Join the Rodeph Sholom clergy and extended family for a sensory sensitive, musical, and interactive worship experience welcoming the New Year! There will be a Sign Language Interpreter and snacks, and the service will end in time to participate in the congregational Tashlich Service in Central Park.

No ticket is necessary and the service is open to non-members; RSVP is strongly encouraged. To register, contact specialneeds@crsnyc.org or 646-454-3124. Please include your name, email address and/or phone number, number of people attending, the age of the individual with special needs, and the nature of the special need (optional).

Other

Questions about Reciprocity Ticketing?
Email: reciprocity@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3043

The Roll of Remembrance Book is given to worshipers at the Yizkor (Memorial) Service on Yom Kippur, acknowledging our ongoing love for those who have passed away.
If you would like names listed in the 2019 Roll of Remembrance Book, please submit your information prior to our deadline of August 22, 2019.
To list your names you may:

Questions about Roll of Remembrance?
Email: remembrance@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3052

Become a Member
Email: membership@crsnyc.org
Phone: 646-454-3051

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For a full schedule of High Holy Day Information, click here

 

Accessibility

Our 83rd Street building is accessible, and all of our services are ASL-interpreted. To make sure that our services and programming is accessible to all, we ask that everyone take the following steps.

  1. Please consider entering the building through the 84th Street entrance (i.e. through the Rodeph Sholom School, and across the courtyard). This will lessen foot traffic around the main entrance, which will make it easier for all to enter.
  2. If you are arriving by taxi, please consider having your taxi drop you off on Central Park West. This will leave the area in front of the main entrance clear so that people who are unable to walk can be dropped off directly in front of the building.