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High Holy Days

The High Holy Days, sometimes called the Days of Awe, represent the spiritual and religious crescendo of the Jewish calendar. The festivities begin with the Jewish new year of Rosh Hashanah, literally “head of the year.” They conclude after ten days of reflection on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s High Holy Days 5780 beginning on Sunday evening, September 29!

New Format for Erev Rosh Hashanah!

We are excited to announce that to meet and respond to the needs of our ever evolving membership, there will be one service time of 7:30 pm on Erev Rosh Hashanah for two concurrent services as follows:

  • Sanctuary Worship Service featuring a New Year sermon by Rabbi Berg and music from our wonderful volunteer choir Please contact Cantor Hartman if you wish to join the group.
  • Schwartz-Goldstein Hall Service curated for young professionals and open to all with a laid back approach and music from The Temple Band. 


Tickets will be mailed the week of September 9 to all members in good standing who have contributed at least ¾ of their annual commitment.

Please have your tickets and ID ready for our ushers at the doors when you arrive for services. This will assist in getting in as quickly and smoothly as possible. We appreciate your cooperation as we all do our part in enhancing our safety and security.

Be an Usher and Help your Fellow Members. Dependent children between the ages of 18 and 22 will also receive tickets. If you have out of town immediate relatives, please fill out the Visitor Ticket Request form . The form also includes instructions on the Union for Reform Judaism courtesy reciprocal seating system.

If you would like to be part of the Usher Team, in service to your fellow Temple members, please fill out the Usher Volunteer form and email our Usher Coordinator, Janet Dortch at In addition to warmly welcoming everyone, ushers also assist in creating the safe and secure environment we have grown accustomed to in partnership with the many off-duty Atlanta Police Department personnel positioned throughout our building and campus.

Below, you will find more information about our online forms for the Memorial Book, Out of Town Ticket Requests, Ushering & to sign up for childcare. 

Memorial Book

The Temple publishes a Memorial Book which will be distributed at our concluding service on Yom Kippur. This Book includes a list of memorials as well as information on how to observe mourning and remembrance in Judaism. Click here for more information and for our online Memorial Book form.

Mon, March 30 2020 5 Nisan 5780