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Online Registration is Closed - so register in person!

While Online advance Registration is currently closed, we would love to see you tonight. Please make sure that you purchase a parking pass and print it in advance. When you arrive, we will process your registration at the Shalom Table. Check in with an usher to be shown the way!

We are incredibly excited to offer our High Holiday tickets for FREE this year with advance registration. We want to remove any obstacles, financial or otherwise which might prevent your choosing to Find Your People with TBT during this season. So whatever your story, whatever your circumstances, you are welcome here. RSVP using the button above or at the bottom of this page.

S'lichot, Saturday, September 21, 7 PM

S’lichot begins our High Holiday season with an invitation to repentance, a contemplation on forgiveness, and a meditation on the loving kindness that is offered to us.

7 PM:  Intro to Jewish Meditation with Rabbi Sydney (suitable for all skill levels)

8 PM: Reception  

8:30 PM: Service


Rosh Hashanah, Sunday-Monday, September 29-30

As evening leads into morning, we celebrate the first day of our New Year. This year, we invite people to begin anew with us – starting a new practice, renewing the life of an old relationship, turning over a new leaf as we let go of old ones in Tashlich, and exploring all the new ways in which this community can bring life and purpose to its people. 

Rosh Hashanah Service Information

 Erev Rosh Hashanah: Sunday, September 29

Supper, Songs & Stories: 5:30 PM – A New Year Family Celebration

Bring your little ones (infant – grade 5) to share a meal, sing holiday songs with Mikayla Goodkin and enjoy a special Rosh Hashanah story with Rabbi Sydney.

Evening Service: 6:30 PM

Bring your family and celebrate the beginning of 5780 with Rabbi Sydney and Chava Mirel.

Rosh Hashanah Day: Monday, September 30

Family Service: 9:30 AM  (Appropriate for children infant – grade 5)

Bring your family and celebrate the beginning of the new year with Rabbi Sydney and Mikayla Goodkin.

Morning Service: 11 AM

Rosh Hashanah morning prayers and reflections with Rabbi Sydney, Chava Mirel and the TBT choir.

Tashlich: 1:30 PM 

We gather at Phantom Lake Park (2050 156th Avenue SE, Bellevue) to cast leaves into the water and recite prayers of repentance.

Sha’arei Tikvah: 4 PM at Temple De Hirsch Sinai (1441 16th Ave, Seattle)

A celebration for all with Temple De Hirsch Sinai! This community-wide service is designed to be meaningful for children and adults with cognitive disabilities, as well as their families, caregivers and friends. Free RSVP to Talya Gillman at education@jfsseattle.org or (206) 861-8784. 

Yom Kippur, Tuesday-Wednesday, October 8-9

Yom Kippur can have a special kind of restorative and reconciling power. Beyond asking for and granting forgiveness, it gives us the permission to just let go of all that negative emotional baggage that we drag around with us every day. It’s a reminder that giving and receiving forgiveness is not only possible, but an expected part of being Jewish. 

These services offer an invitation to do the work of reconciling and reaching out – not just on a spiritual or self-reflective level, but relationally – with the people who mean the most to us. We want you to find your people—both new and old—these High Holidays at TBT. 

Yom Kippur Service Information

Erev Yom Kippur: Tuesday, October 8

Supper, Songs & Stories: 5:30 PM –  A pre-Yom Kippur Family Gathering

Before the start of your fast, bring your little ones (infant – grade 5) to share a meal, sing holiday songs and enjoy a special Yom Kippur story with Rabbi Sydney.

Kol Nidre Evening Service: 6:30 PM 

Celebrate the entrance into our Day of Atonement of 5780 with Rabbi Sydney, the TBT choir and musical guests

Yom Kippur Day: Wednesday, October 9

Family Service: 9:30 AM (Appropriate for children infant – grade 5)
Bring your family to share this sacred holiday with Rabbi Sydney and Mikayla Goodkin.

Morning Service: 11 AM

Yom Kippur morning prayers and reflections with Rabbi Sydney, Chava Mirel and the TBT choir in the sanctuary.

Spiritual Electives – Session One: 1:30 – 2:30 PM

Choose from the Options Below:

Introduction to Jewish Meditation OR Yoga with a Jewish Twist OR Music of the Soul: High Holiday Song Session

Spiritual Electives – Session Two: 3 – 4 PM 

Choose from the Options Below:

Intro to Mussar: The Jewish Process of Self-Improvement OR Contemplative Walk OR Lay-led Mincha Service

Yizkor Service: 4:30 PM 

Join Rabbi Sydney, Chava Mirel and the TBT choir for this sacred time of reflection and contemplation on the memory of loved ones.

Neilah Service: 6 PM 

Join Rabbi Sydney and Chava Mirel as we take one last opportunity as a community to pray and meditate on the year ahead.

Break-the-Fast: 7 PM 

A communal meal at the conclusion of our day.