Download the High Holy Day Information and Forms Packet, for the full service schedule, information on seating, our annual food drive, and more.
Register for tickets online. You will need to be an active member with a ShulCloud account to register here.
Tuesday, September 7
Centennial Park, Pavilion H
4800 Woodland Road, Ellicott City
1:30pm – bring a picnic lunch, if you wish
2:30pm – Family service led by Clergy and Educators of Temple Isaiah
3:45pm – Tashlich service
When you sign up, you can choose which services you’d like to volunteer for:
- Rosh Hashanah Eve Service, Monday September 6 @ 7:30 pm
- Rosh Hashanah Morning Early Service, Tuesday September 7 @ 8:30 am
- Rosh Hashanah Morning Late Service, Tuesday September 7 @ 11:15 am
- Rosh Hashanah Family Service (Centennial Park) Tuesday, September 7 @ 11:30 am
- Rosh Hashanah in the Park, (Centennial Park) Tuesday, September 7 @ 2:30 pm
- Kol Nidrei, Wednesday, September 15 @ 7:45 pm
- Yom Kippur Early Service, Thursday, September 16 @ 8:30 am
- Yom Kippur Late Service, Thursday, September 16 @ 11:15 am
- Yom Kippur Family Service (Centennial Park), Thursday, September 16 @ 11:30 am
Take time for private reflection in our sanctuary during the Days of Awe. Individuals/Families can sign up for a 15-minute slot for quiet contemplation and prayer, perhaps in front of the Ark or in our Memorial Alcove.
During the Yizkor Yom Kippur Memorial Service, we will remember deceased relatives and congregants by entering their names in a special Memorial Booklet. Check the Wednesday What’s Happening email for the link to download last year’s booklet, to see whose names you submitted, so you know whether you need to make any updates this year. You can download the finished 6782/2021 Yizkor book here.
Traditionally our congregants have generously supported our High Holy Day Services, helping to defray special expenses or making general donations. The High Holy Days allow us to gain a greater focus into our lives through joy and contemplation, leading to a more secure spiritual state of mind. This time is an opportunity for those who desire and can, to express appreciation for our synagogue community through philanthropy.
The Temple strives to maintain close contact with our college students through letters and phone calls from Rabbi Axler, visits to local campuses, our College Shabbat Service, and mailings from the Temple office. Please make sure that we have updated contact information for your college students.
If you’d like to have your own lulav and etrog for celebrating Sukkot, you can order them here. Prices range from $31 for the Children’s set, and $65 for the Superior set.
Be a part of the High Holy Days services! As we begin our preparations for High Holy Day services this year, we are asking our volunteers to utilize our online sign up feature. Each volunteer will need to complete a separate request form with their preferences, even if there are two or more from the same family.
High Holy Day Ushers are vital to a stress-free worship experience for members. As we begin our preparations for High Holy Day services this year, we are asking our volunteers to utilize our online sign up feature. Each volunteer will need to complete a separate request form with their preferences, even if there are two or more from the same family.
If you are attending services remotely instead of at the Temple, you may either borrow or purchase your own copies of Mishkan HaNefesh, the Machzor for the Days of Awe. If you would like to purchase them, copies are $38 per set and can be ordered online.