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service schedule


6:15 pm - Mincha/ Ma'ariv
7:12 pm - Candle Lighting


8:30 am - Shacharit 
10:30 am - Alternative Service, Tapuach Tots ("Little Ones" and families) and Teen Services
11 am - Sermon by Rabbi Kaiman
11:30 am - Torah Study with Rabbi Jonathan Crane  
5:30 pm - Mincha
6:00 pm - Outdoor Shofar service @ CSI/Tashlich/Ma'ariv^
(Click here for a list of additional outdoor neighborhood shofar and Tashlich gatherings.) 
8:11 pm - Candle Lighting


^Please note: Ma'ariv on Rosh Hashanah Day 1 will not be livestreamed, as it will take place outside of the synagogue following Tashlich.


8:30 am - Shacharit
10:30 am - Alternative Service & Tapuach Tots
10:30 am - Torah Study with Rabbi Jonathan Crane
11 am - Community Beit Midrash
7:00 pm - Mincha / Ma'ariv
7:58 pm - Havdalah


KOL NIDRE - tuESDAY, octoBER 4, 2022

6:30 pm - Mincha
7:00 pm - Candle Lighting
7:00 pm - Kol Nidre
7:15 pm - Ma'ariv
8:00 pm - Sermon by Rabbi Ari Kaiman


YOM KIPPUR - wedneSDAY, octoBER 5, 2022

9 am - Shacharit
10:30 am - Alternative Service, Tapuach Tots ("Little Ones" and families) and Teen Services
11:00 am* - Yizkor
12:15 pm - Sermon by Rabbi David Helfand
2 pm - Torah Study with Rabbi Jonathan Crane
4:30 pm - Yoga with Julie Zeff
5:15 pm - Mincha
6:30 pm - Neila
7:36 pm - Ma'ariv/Havdalah, Shofar Blowing & Break the fast
*Yizkor start time is approximate

alternative service (outdoors)

CSI Spiritual Music Innovator Ori Salzberg will lead an alternative outdoor service on both days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, from 10:30am - 11:30am. This is an abbreviated, song-filled, interactive, family-friendly service. All ages are welcome to attend. Look for the tent at the corner of University Drive and Spring Valley Lane.

Alternative Service - Register Here

torah study with rabbi jonathan crane

We're pleased to offer opportunities for Torah Study with Rabbi Jonathan Crane during the High Holidays. The sessions will be held in Zimmerman Hall. 


Rosh Hashanah Day 1 (11:30 am): Sowing Doubt or Hiding Reasons: What’s your strategy?

Welcome to the age of uncertainty in which questioning evidence, undermining truths, and casting aspersions are commonplace.  By confusing and concealing, such strategies construct ignorance.  Do not be alarmed, though: the rabbis of old did the same.  What’s your preferred strategy to skew things in your favor?

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 (10:30 am): Holy nap?

Want to get some shuteye at shul?  Sure!  Nodding off into a siesta at a simchah?  Go for it!  This session will teach you that those forty winks, that snooze, these catnaps are not just halakhic, they’re righteous.  Just don’t tell the rabbis. 

Yom Kippur: To Be or Not: Let’s Vote. (2 pm)

For two and a half years a debate raged between Hillel and Shammai about whether it is preferable to be created or not.  We do not have the luxury of so much time, but the issues surrounding that question are no less fascinating or urgent.


We are pleased to be offering outdoor gatherings in a few neighborhoods on the 1st day of Rosh Hashanah to hear the shofar blasts and perform the Tashlich ritual. Locations include Shearith Israel, Herbert Taylor ParkPeachtree Creek Greenway (Brookhaven) and Glenlake Park (Decatur). Click the button below for times, meeting places, and details. 

Register Here

kever Avot

We will continue our annual tradition of Kever Avot, visiting the gravesites of our beloved deceased between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, on Sunday afternoon, October 2. Join Rabbi Ari Kaiman and fellow community members for this meaningful tradition. Click the link for directions:

Mon, October 3 2022 8 Tishrei 5783