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Welcome to the High Holy Days at Temple Har Zion

This year, the High Holy Days will be different than any other year, but we are working to create a unique experience that will inspire and bring meaning to our sacred community. There are a whole new array of options to participate in and to contribute to the services. Please see below for our holiday F.A.Q. 

If you are not a Temple Har Zion member and you would like to join us for the High Holy Days please click here ... ALL ARE WELCOME!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I attend the Har Zion High Holiday services from my home?

The High Holy Days services will be streamed three ways:

• On Zoom: zoom.us/j/86140021427 with the usual password.

• To the temple’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/WSTHZ/ (no password).

• To YouTube: bit.ly/HarZionYouTube (no password)

For more information, see How Do I Stream the Services at Home? below.
 

Can I attend in person?

We are planning to welcome up to 50 members to attend High Holy Day services in person. The bima will be pushed all the way to the Gottlieb Hall stage to ensure that every attending individual or family will be safe and socially distant from each other. 

If you would like to attend a service in person, you MUST fill out this request form!

All attendees must abide by the Temple Har Zion attendance policy.

 

What are we doing for Sukkot and Simchat Torah?

We are planning on having a Sukkah (thanks to the Men's Club!). We are hoping to have events in the Sukkah taking into account social distancing. We will have Sukkot/ Shemini Atzeret/ Simchat Torah services with a limited amount of in person attendees on Shabbat.

This Simchat Torah, Rabbi Glick will unroll a Torah and lead us through a virtual tour of the Five Books of Moses. Cantor Figa will lead us in singing. We will have a small number of members hold Torahs as in person attendees dance from their seats.

 

I have other questions related to the High Holidays this year. Whom should I contact?

Please be in touch with the office for logistical and administrative questions related to the holidays and participating with prerecorded video, and the Rabbi for religious questions.

 

I would like to make a donation to Temple Har Zion or enter my annual Yom Kippur Appeal contribution. How do I do so?

Please contact the office or click here.

 

Shanah Tovah U'Metukah!

For a printable copy of this flyer, click here.

High Holy  Days Services and Programs Schedule

All services and programs will be videocast on YouTube, Facebook, and Zoom. Many services also will have limited in person attendance—up to 50 people—with individuals or family groups seated a safe distance from each other. 

Services that are only available virtually are noted with a "V" (V).

Services that will also have limited in person attendance are noted with "V/P" (V/P).

No one will be admitted to services in the shul without a reservation and an express confirmation from Har Zion.

 

Shemini Atzeret

Saturday, October 10; Service at 10 AM (V/P)

 

Simchat Torah 

Saturday, October 10; Service at 6:30 PM (V/P)

Sunday, October 11; Main Service at 10 AM (V/P)

 

All services will be offered virtually. Services which will also have limited in-person seating attendance are noted with "V/P" (V/P). Services that are only offered virtually are noted with a "V" (V). No one will be admitted to services within the building without a reservation and an express confirmation from Har Zion.

 

To View Previous Services from this High Holy Day Season, Click Below
 

Rosh Hashanah  

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Friday, September 18; Service at 6 PM (V/P)

Rosh Hashanah First Day

Saturday, September 19

 

Rosh Hashanah Second Day

Sunday, September 20

Yom Kippur

Erev Yom Kippur

Sunday, September 27

 

Yom Kippur

Monday, September 28

 

 

 

  • To download  or scroll through the Book of Remembrance   click here. 

 

How Do I Stream the Har Zion High Holy Day Services at Home?

This year’s services are going to be a unique synergy of in person and virtual services. We have installed new audio & visual equipment to bring you the best possible experience for the High Holy Days. Below please find the specific links and technical information to allow you to stream our services from your home. 

Where will the services be streamed?
We are planning to stream our services directly to Zoom & the Temple’s Facebook and YouTube pages simultaneously.

Will there be a password required?
For our Zoom stream, we will be using our current password. Facebook and YouTube will not require a password.

How do I stream the services on Zoom?
This link will give you access to ALL of our High Holy Day Zoom services (Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur). This Zoom feed will use the usual Har Zion Zoom password. Contact the office at 708.366.9000 or at office@harzion.org if you need the password.

For a tutorial about how to access a Zoom meeting, click here.  

How do I stream the services on Facebook?
Please visit the Har Zion Facebook page.

How do I stream the services on YouTube?
Please visit the Har Zion YouTube Channel.

My family is watching services together. Is there a way for us to stream it to our television?
YES! If you have a smart TV or an external streaming device (Roku, Fire Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, etc), download the YouYube App and visit the Har Zion YouTube channel at the start of services.

You are also able to stream directly from your smartphone to your TV. For a tutorial on how to do that with your iPhone, please click here or click here for Android.

I am not good with all this technology. What can I do?
You can use a telephone to call into the Zoom meeting to get the audio feed only. To do so, please call 415.762.9988 or 646.568.7788 and enter the meeting ID# 861 4002 1427.

I am still confused!!
No problem! Please call me the temple administrator, Eddie Simon, at 708.366.9000 or email him at esimon@wsthz.org and he can help walk you through it. 

Thank you and Shanah Tovah!


Please consider making a donation in honor of your friends at the synagogue by    clicking here.

 

Mon, June 21 2021 11 Tammuz 5781