High Holy Days 5779

SELICHOT

SATURDAY | SEPT. 1

8:00p.m. – Study Session
9:00p.m. – Service

ROSH HASHANAH

SUNDAY | SEPT. 9
Erev Rosh Hashanah

7:30p.m. – Congregational Service

MONDAY | SEPT. 10

9:00a.m. – Family Service
10:30a.m. – JK-3rd Grade HHD Experience
10:45a.m. – Congregational Service
4:00p.m. – Tot Service
5:00p.m. – Tashlich (Lakefront)

TUESDAY | SEPT. 11
Second Day Rosh Hashanah

10:30a.m. – Congregational Service

SUNDAY | SEPT. 16

11:00a.m. – Westlawn Memorial Service
At Westlawn Chapel, 7801 W. Montrose Ave.

KOL NIDRE

TUESDAY | SEPT. 18

5:30p.m. – Congregational Service
8:15p.m. – Late Congregational Service

YOM KIPPUR

WEDNESDAY | SEPT. 19

9:00a.m. – Family Service
10:30a.m. – JK-3rd Grade HHD Experience
10:45a.m. – Congregational Service
1:30p.m. – Study & Reflection
1:30p.m. – Teen Reflection & Discussion
1:45p.m. – Meditation & Music
3:00p.m. – Yizkor & N’ilah


SUKKOT

SUNDAY | SEPT. 23
Erev Sukkot

4:00p.m. – Sukkah Decorating
4:30p.m. – Tot Service
5:00p.m. – Tot Family Dinner

MONDAY | SEPT. 24

10:30a.m. – Sukkot Service
At Temple Sholom with Emanuel Congregation

SIMCHAT TORAH

SUNDAY | SEPT. 30
Erev Simchat Torah / Consecration

5:00p.m. – Congregational Dinner
5:45p.m. – Simchat Torah Service
6:45p.m. – Dessert & Dancing with Torahs

MONDAY | OCT. 1
Simchat Torah / Shmini Atzeret

10:30a.m. – Yizkor Service
At Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. Sheridan Road

Moving the Bimah

The Bimah moving can only mean one thing! It’s almost the High Holy Days 5779! L’Shanah Tovah!

Posted by Temple Sholom of Chicago on Tuesday, September 4, 2018


Alternate Parking Information for Temple Sholom of Chicago

Please consider taking public transportation or cabs. If you do choose to drive, please be aware that on the High Holy Days the Temple parking lot is reserved for congregants with disabilities who have a state-issued disability placard or license plate and who have made arrangements with us IN ADVANCE to park in the lot.

Your best options are street parking or one of the parking garages listed below:

Hawthorne House
3450 N. Lake Shore Drive

just south of Temple Sholom (low brown brick structure between two buildings)

Mid-City Public Parking Garage
3440 N. Broadway

one block west of Temple Sholom

We encourage you to plan ahead and consider using ParkWhiz or SpotHero, both offering parking options in the temple neighborhood.

Make Temple Sholom a Part of Your Celebration.