Are you looking for High Holiday services that are meaningful and spiritual, traditional yet relevant?
Are you searching for a place where you can find people like yourself who may not be members of a synagogue, but still want to celebrate the High Holidays?
Do you wonder if you can find a community that is open and welcoming?
We’ve got your solution.
For decades, The Jewish Theological Seminary has opened its doors to host High Holiday services for one and all. Our services are egalitarian and open to the public, and at once spirited and serious, intellectually stimulating and inspiring, traditional and forward thinking. We use Hebrew prayers interspersed with English readings, short teachings, and comments, and gently encourage participation.
Please join us as we sing, pray, think, speak, and strive for moments of spiritual connection this Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur 5774. For information on High Holiday service times and registration, please click below to register, or call (212) 678-8992.
Wishing you a shanah tovah u-metukah—a good and sweet year.
Rabbi Daniel Nevins
Pearl Resnick Dean of The Rabbinical School
Dean of the Division of Religious Leadership
The Jewish Theological Seminary