Sign In Forgot Password

 

High Holy Days 2019/5780

דרכיה דרכי נועם וכל נתיבותיה שלום 

Its ways are pleasant ways, and all its paths, peaceful.

L'Shana Tova! Join us for an inspirational High Holy Day experience at Adas Israel. Whether you are new to the community or a member of many years, we invite you to step out of your daily routines, to join together with the kehilla, to reflect deeply on what matters to you, and to embrace the pinnacle of our Jewish prayer experience. This year our theme for the Yamim Noraim is centered around pathways. Together we are invited to face each other and ourselves, and to build space for honesty, loss, longing and ultimately connection.

 

 

 

Livestream High Holy Day Services

Click Here to access our broadcast page
In keeping with our ongoing efforts to provide inclusive community offerings, we will provide livestreaming, available for services in the Charles E. Smith Sanctuary and Kay Hall.


 

 

The Adas Fund 2019

Please give to The Adas Fund 2019, inspired by the work of our Social Action Committee, and supports all of our activities at Adas. Thank you for supporting us, and thank you for being a member of our Adas Israel family. Contribute Today.


 

 

Youth & Families Services

Full Schedule of Youth & Families Services
We are blessed to have so many families in our community. Each one is unique. And we celebrate our similarities and our differences as we come together to mark sacred time.


 

 

High Holiday Preparation Programs

Click here for a full schedule of events
Each session offered this High Holy Day season will unpack and build upon the essential Days of Awe and prepare us to bring our full selves to Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur.


 

 

High Holy Day Volunteer & Greet

If you would like to do more than attend services this year, consider participating as a volunteer! Every year a dedicated group of members volunteer as ushers and greeters.


 

 

Sukkot / Simchat Torah

Click Here to Learn More!
Hag HaSukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, reminds us of the huts (sukkot) in which our ancestors dwelt in the desert for forty years on their way to the Promised Land. 


 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Click Here to find answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions about the High Holy Days including answers on parking, tickets, seating, and more! Receive an Aliyah or Honor | High Holy Day Ticket RequestSeating Charts

Please click here for Non-Member High Holy Day Tickets
Ticket Sales will close at 10am on Monday, October 7th


 
Sat, October 19 2019 20 Tishrei 5780