PLANNING FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS 5778!

Enter into the High Holidays in a most meaningful way with SelichotIntimate, Reflective, Spiritual!
Saturday, September 16 - Selichot Service, 7 PM
TBT will use the new Selichot prayer book, Mishkan HaLev for the first time at this service. Learn more about Selichot here.

Rosh HaShanah 5778 (2017)
Wednesday, September 20 - *Erev Rosh HaShanah, 8:00 PM
Thursday, September 21 - *Rosh HaShanah Morning, 10:00 AM
          Children's and Youth Services, children grades K - 5 will be dismissed from main service by Rabbi to attend special programs
Thursday, September 21 - Tashlich, 2:30 PM, at the beach off Soundview Avenue, Madison, CT
Thursday, September 21 - Rabbi & Nancy’s Open House, 3:30-6:00 PM
Friday, September 22 - Rosh HaShanah Morning II, 10:00 AM

Yom Kippur 5778 (2017)
Friday, September 29 - *Kol Nidrei, 8:00 PM
Saturday, September 30 - *Yom Kippur Morning, 10:00 AM
          Children's and Youth Services, children grades K - 5 will be dismissed from main service by Rabbi to attend special programs
Saturday, September 30 - Yom Kippur Discussion, 2:00 PM
Saturday, September 30 - Yom Kippur Micha, Yizkor, and Ne’ilah, 3:30 PM
Break-the-Fast Communal Dinner will immediately follow the Ne'ilah Service

*Your High Holiday ticket is required to attend marked events
Reminder: the High Holiday Form is due by September 5th

The High Holiday Shofar 5778 is here and contains lots of information.
The High Holiday Response Form is here and is due by September 5th.
Description of Programs and Services for Children ages 2 years old through grade 5 is here.
          Please note that we do not offer programming or services for children under 2 years old. Please feel free to bring your very young children and babies to services with you. There are coloring supplies and toys in the Library where the services are audio-streamed if you and your little ones need to take a break from the service in the sanctuary.

High Holiday printable calendar here.

We Wish You And Your Loved Ones
A Very Sweet New Year!
L'Shanah Tovah!