As we celebrate the world’s birthday, we bring our awareness equally to the fundamental precariousness and preciousness alongside the joys and the simchas of life. Let us live up to our highest values by embracing with all our hearts and all our souls, with everything that we have, the path that will lead us to a deep and abiding fulfillment.
—Rabbi David Fainsilber
High Holy Day tickets are a benefit of a JCOGS membership. If you are a member in good standing, you should have received your tickets. If not, please submit your dues payment promptly, and tickets will be mailed to you. For dues received after August 28, tickets will be held at the Welcome Table. To purchase tickets online please click HERE.
We hope you will join us in acknowledging and remembering your loved ones during this High Holy Day season while also supporting JCOGS through the Yizkor Book of Remembrance. The monies raised help support a robust calendar of quality programs and events across the JCOGS spectrum.
Please fill in the form HERE. We will not be able to include names in the booklet if updated information and payment is not received by the deadline, August 28.
Break the fast
JCOGS is delighted to continue its tradition of coming together as a community to Break the fast at the conclusion of the Yom Kippur havdalah service. Please complete the form HERE to join us.
Family Holy Day Experience
Age-appropriate programs will take place throughout the Holy Days. During other times, children in third grade and above are encouraged to join us in the sanctuary, where they will be engaged with a special High Holy Day discovery guide. JCOGS will provide supervision for younger children during services. Please complete the form HERE to join us. Please make sure to sign your child in when you arrive. All childminding is included with your tickets.
L’shanah tovah tikatevu.
Rabbi David Fainsilber
Patti C. Rubin (Coordinator – High Holy Days)
Nancy Krakower (Yizkor Book Coordinator)