High Holidays 5783/2022

»  Many of our services are available on our public YouTube channel.

(And the link that takes you directly to the playlist for the High Holidays is here.)

»  If you would like to sponsor the livestreaming of a service to help defray technology costs, please click here.

Our sponsors’ names will appear during each High Holiday livestream. If you prefer to remain anonymous, please let us know when you fill out the form.

»  The High Holiday Guide and full schedule are here.

»  The High Holiday Machzor can be found here.

GUESTS: We welcome all who are interested in joining us for the upcoming High Holidays. Please make a donation to support our efforts to keep the Jewish community in Eugene/Springfield connected.

»  Please donate here

Did you know we have a flexible membership model and have eliminated the “dues” model?

»  Click here to learn more about membership

Order your lulav & etrog today!

The lulav and etrog are also called the four species, Arbah Minim. They consist of etrog (citron), lulav (palm), hadas (myrtle), and aravah (willow). It is a mitzvah to take up the lulav and etrog and recite the appropriate blessing during Sukkot. Cost is $40.

All orders must be submitted by September 23rd (the Friday before Rosh Hashanah). All orders will arrive at TBI for pick-up.

»  Order lulav and etrog here

Rent a sukkah from TBI

We have sukkah booths available to rent ($50) for members of TBI who would like to put up a sukkah. First come, first served.

»  Reserve a sukkah

Children’s services on Rosh Hashanah First Day (Sept. 26) and Yom Kippur (Oct. 5) will be in person this year.

  • 9:00 am Children’s Service (up to age 5)
  • 10:00 am Children’s Service (6-10 years old)

»  Click here for a fun Shana Tova coloring book!

We are offering childcare for the following services: Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah Day, Erev Yom Kippur, and Yom Kippur Day. To reserve a space for your child(ren), you must register here by September 21.

Have you ever done a Rosh Hashanah seder?

»  Click for a 10-minute seder

Your Virtual Sukkot/Sh’mini Atzeret/Simhat Torah Box holds many resources to help you celebrate the festival. Choose what nurtures you. Listen, watch, or read.

»  Click for Sukkot Box

Schedule of Services

Please note: For all in-person services and activities, if space is an issue, TBI members will be given priority.

Our YouTube channel is here.
(And the link that takes you directly to the playlist for the High Holidays is here.)

Saturday, September 17
8:00 pm Havdallah & S’lichot Service w/Rabbi Ruhi Sophia (Sanctuary & YouTube)

Sunday, September 25
7:00 pm Erev Rosh Hashanah Service (Sanctuary & YouTube)
Oneg hosted by TBI Sisterhood (Volunteer to bake or help out here)

Monday, September 26
9:00 am Children’s Service (up to age 5) (Ohel)
9:30 am Rosh Hashanah Service (Sanctuary & YouTube)
10:00 am Children’s Service (6-10 years old) (Ohel)
3:30 pm Tashlich and Shofar Service (Alton Baker Park Shelter)
8:00 pm Rosh Hashanah Evening Service w/Mina Wegner (Sanctuary & YouTube)

Tuesday, September 27
9:30 am Rosh Hashanah Second Day Service (Sanctuary & YouTube)

Sunday, October 2
Noon Memorial Service (West Lawn Memorial Park)

Tuesday, October 4
6:30 pm Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) Service (Sanctuary & YouTube)

Wednesday, October 5
9:00 am Children’s Service (up to age 5) (Ohel)
9:30 am Yom Kippur Morning Service w/Yizkor & Musaf (Sanctuary & YouTube)
10:00 am Children’s Service (6-10 years old) (Ohel)
4:45 pm Yom Kippur Mincha and Ne’ila Services (Sanctuary & YouTube)
7:30 pm Havdallah

Monday, October 10
9:00 am Sukkot Service (Sanctuary)

Tuesday, October 11
9:00 am Sukkot Second Day Service (Sanctuary) (This service was accidentally omitted from the printed version of the Sept/Oct newsletter.)

Sunday, October 16
9:30 am Hoshana Raba with Talmud Torah

Monday, October 17
9:00 am Sh’mini Atzeret Service w/Yizkor (Sanctuary & YouTube)
7:00 pm Simchat Torah Celebration (Sanctuary & YouTube)

Wednesday, October 18
9:00 am Simchat Torah Service (Sanctuary)

Order your lulav & etrog today!

The lulav and etrog are also called the four species, Arbah Minim. They consist of etrog (citron), lulav (palm), hadas (myrtle), and aravah (willow). It is a mitzvah to take up the lulav and etrog and recite the appropriate blessing during Sukkot.

You can place your own order online, pay for your items on the etrog website, and then pick up your order from TBI. 10% of your purchase will be donated to TBI to further Jewish programming, education and events. All orders must be submitted by September 23rd (the Friday before Rosh Hashanah). All orders will arrive at TBI for pick-up.

»  Order lulav and etrog here

Rent a sukkah from TBI

We have nine sukkah booths available to rent ($50) for members of TBI who would like to put up a sukkah. First come, first served.

»  Reserve a sukkah

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