High Holy Days

High Holidays

High Holy Days are a time for reflection, introspection, prayer, and re-connection.  We welcome you to join us in celebrating and observing these special Holy days.  We offer a variety of services to meet the spiritual needs of our diverse community. Please see the Schedule of Events for a list of dates, times, and locations of services.

Members of the congregation automatically receive their High Holy Day admission for each adult member of your household and dependent children over the age of 18.  Members are also welcomed to RSVP admission for relatives and guests.
There is no charge for admission; however, donations are gratefully accepted toward our Building Fund and can be made online by visiting our Online Store.

If you are not a member of the congregation you are also welcome to joins us for the High Holidays. Simply fill out this High Holiday Admission Request Form or contact the Office Administrator at (410) 939-3170.  We do not supply tickets, rather an RSVP for admission will be added to a list at the door.
There is no charge for admission; however, donations are gratefully accepted toward our Building Fund and can be made by visiting our Online Store.

Click HERE to inquire about our programs.

Admission to Events and other High Holiday needs may also be ordered through our Online Store or by returning this fillable PDF Order Form by US mail or email.

We look forward to sharing a wonderful High Holy Days together!

Selichot Program

September 21, 2019
6:15 PM
Join us for an engaging evening of prayers in preparation of High Holiday, then participate in a spirited Apple & Honey Bake off.
All ages are encouraged. You can enter the 7th annual bake off or judging panel by emailing RPC.

To learn more about Selichot, visit the Selichot page on our website.
View our Selichot Bulletin in a flip book format.

Join us for High Holidays at Temple Adas Shalom

September 29th – October 9th, 2019
All are welcome to attend services, however an RSVP is necessary for all guests of the Temple. Even if they are joining a member.  
Members can reserve Guest Admission by visiting our Online Store.
Non-Members will need to fill out our High Holiday Admission Request Form.

View our High Holiday 5780 Informational Bulletin in a flip book format.
View a detailed Schedule of Events with times and activities.

Tashlich at the Edge of the Susquehanna River

September 30, 2019
11:45 am
Join us at the river’s edge as we cast away all of our regrets and wrongdoings by skipping our teshuvah stones into the water.
For exact location information, please view our Location Map

As a reminder, you are welcome to bring your Shofar. Rocks will be provided.
Do not bring bread. Bread is harmful for ducks and aquatic life.

Rosh Hashanah Seder

September 30, 2019
6:15 PM
Join us for our annual Sephardic Rosh Hashanah Seder catered by Robin Way of Rumbleway Farms.
RSVP is required before September 16th

Member Admission can be purchased at the Member Portal of our Online Store
Non-Member Admission can be purchased at the Non-Member Portal of our Online Store

Fast & Learn with Dr. Paul Ruskin

October 9, 2019
1:30 pm
Join Dr. Paul Ruskin for his 11th Annual Yom Kippur Fast & Learn program.

TOPIC
“Moses, Jonah, and Yom Kippur: Changing the World in 40 Days”

Break the Fast

October 9, 2019
6:30 pm
Sisterhood sponsored Break the Fast, catered by Robin Way of Rumbleway Farms.
RSVP is required before September 27th

Admission can be purchased by visiting our Online Store

Community Sukkot Potluck & Festival Celebration

October 18, 2019
6:15 pm (Potluck) & 7:30 pm (Service)
RSVP for the Potluck is required before October 16th

Admission to the Sukkot Potluck can be purchased at our Online Store
Lulav & Etrog can be purchased at our Online Store

To learn more about Sukkot, visit the Sukkot page on our website.

Simchat Torah Celebration

October 20, 2019
11:00 am
Join us in the Joy as we celebrate with Jews around the world, reading from our Torah scroll the end of Deuteronomy and the beginning of Genesis. We will recite Torah blessings, dance, sing, pray, and parade with our Torah Scrolls.

To learn more about Simchat Torah, visit the Simchat Torah page on our website.