Erev Rosh HaShanah
Sun, Sept 25 - 7 PM
Mon, Sept 26 - 10:30 AM
Erev Yom Kippur
Tues, Oct 4 - 7 PM
Wed, Oct 5 - 10:30 AM - all day
Oct 9 thru Oct 18
High Holy Day Schedule
Please read carefully!
High Holy Days are a special time before the Lord. Please dress appropriately, no shorts, jeans, Tee shirts, flip flops please. Most men wear shirt and tie, nice collared Polo shirt; a sports or suit coat is welcome, ladies dresses or business casual pants and tops. AC can be cold bring a wrap to keep warm.
Shofar blowers are needed
for Yom Teruah see Tim Franks.
Erev Rosh HaShanah is
Sunday, September 25th; 7:00-9:00 p.m.
A traditional New Years nosh of apples & honey cakes to follow the service. Everyone needs to bring something please! Needed: (From EVERYONE!*)
Please bring sliced honey cakes on disposable dishes. We also need sliced apples. To keep the sliced apples from turning brown, we recommend soaking them in 7-up or Ginger Ale. Please do not bring whole apples, there will be no one to slice them. Honey cakes are available for sale at the Tom Thumb, Coit & Campbell. See recipes for honey cakes at the bottom of this notice!
Rosh HaShanah is Monday morning
September 26th 10:30-3:00 pm
We will have a full oneg lunch to follow.
A catered Oneg lunch will be provided.
Monday afternoon at leave EC BY 3:30 pm
(No children's activities after oneg Kids go with parents to Tashlich or to home.)
Big Lake Park 3800 Rainier Rd., Plano TX 75023
From Central Church/Eitz Chaim, go north on Premier, then turn left, heading west on Parker. Turn right at the second light heading north on Rainier. Pass Christie Elementary, and turn left on Cross Bend, then right onto Old Orchard. The first block is Wagon Wheel. Park along the street and enter the park to your left. It’s a short walk under the grove of shade trees to the creek's edge. Very flat terrain and a short walk for easy access this year.
Please bring bread crumbs for the Tashlich service.
Erev Yom Kippur--Kol Nidre Service
Kol Nidre sung by Rusty Acheson and Kathrine Sykes
Tuesday evening October 4th at 7:00 pm Wednesday morning 10:30 am, October 5th, please join us for our observance of the Day of Atonement.
Yom Kippur is a FAST day, no Oneg after services, however, please bring a dish to break the fast later in the evening.
Everyone is asked to stay after services on Wednesday, October 5, for an afternoon of special activities: mini drash, time of reflection, prayer & repentance, ending in the evening with Yitzkor & Nielah services, 1:30-7:00pm.
At 7:30pm, we'll "break the fast" together, with a pot luck feast!
(From EVERYONE!*) Everyone is asked to bring a dish for Wednesday evening's "break-the-fast." at 7:30pm