The High Holy Days at the Temple are open to all and unlike some congregations in larger communities, tickets are not required to attend. The schedule below is for the 2016 High Holidays and details the various services and other events.  The 2017 schedule will be posted when available later this year.

The High Holidays are

. . . the snapshot the Jewish people pull out every autumn of the great journey all human beings must make across the world: the journey from Tisha B’Av to Sukkot, from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur, from birth to death and back to renewal again. Seeing yourself in this snapshot will help you chart the course of your own spiritual evolution. Every soul needs to express itself. Every heart needs to crack itself open. Every one of us needs to move from anger to healing, from denial to consciousness, from boredom to renewal. These needs did not arise yesterday. They are among the most ancient of human yearnings, and they are fully expressed in the pageantry and ritual of the Days of Awe, in the great journey we make between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. (Alan Lew, 2003, This Is Real And You Are Completely Unprepared)

October 2nd (Sunday) Erev Rosh Hashanah
Erev Rosh Hashanah Service 7:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Oneg 8:30 pm

October 3rd (Monday) Rosh Hashanah Day
Rosh Hashanah Morning Service 10:00 am
Temple Lunch 11:30 am
Rosh Hashanah Afternoon Family Service 2:00 pm
Tashlikh Service at Raccoon River Park 4:00 pm

October 11th (Tuesday) Kol Nidrei
Yom Kippur Kol Nidrei Family Service 6:00 pm
Yom Kippur Kol Nidrei Adult Service 8:00 pm

October 12th (Wednesday) Yom Kippur Day
Yom Kippur Morning Service 10:00 am
Yom Kippur Interlude I 12:00 pm
  Dennis Goldford Speaking, "In the Spirit of Repentance, A Casual
  Conversation about the State of Our Politics," 
Yom Kippur Interlude II 1:00 pm
  Movie Downstairs in the Loeb Conference Room,
  "Gentleman's Agreement"

Yom Kippur Afternoon Torah Service 3:30 pm
Yom Kippur Healing, Yizkor, Ne’ilah Service 4:15 pm
Break the Fast Meal 6:00 pm