Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish new year, which is observed in the fall, is a major opportunity to acknowledge and let go of the personal habits that prevent us from being the persons we hope to be. Jewish tradition provides us with a number of ways we can prepare for the upcoming Days of Awe (the days between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur). During this period, individuals examine their behavior over the past year, consider atonement for misdeeds, and seek a closeness with God. -- reprint from ReformJudaism.org
Congregation Shalom offers High Holy Day services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Tickets are required to attend. Members in good standing will receive their tickets in the mail after the first Information Packet you receive. Members may purchase tickets for guests. View the full High Holy Days schedule here. If you have any questions about the High Holy Days, contact Abby Habush Schroeder, Director of Synagogue Relations, by email or by calling (414) 352-9288.
Due to increased security measures, all attendees will be asked to show their High Holy Day tickets.
Book of Remembrance
Complete the online Book of Remembrance form (credit card payment required) here. Download the Book of Remembrance form here. September 1, 2017 is the deadline for us to receive your Book of Remembrance form.
Rabbi Noah's Rosh Hashana Sermon
Rabbi Noah's Yom Kippur Sermon
Rabbi Rachel's Yom Kippur Sermon