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High Holy Days 5782

This page is regularly updated as information is available. If you have questions, contact info@dortikvah.org.
 

Safety Update for Simchat Torah

As we are still in the midst of the Covid pandemic, our programming and safety committees have been working diligently to plan a celebration that is both SAFE AND FESTIVE.  Please mind the following:
 
  • Face Masks must be worn while participating in Simchat Torah services and hakafot.
  • Food will be served and there will be seating provided both inside and outside.
  • The initial hakafot will include dancing in our Social Hall while the last hakafot will lead to an outdoor location.  The middle hakafot will occur in the Zucker Family Sanctuary. All hakafot will require face masks.
Please feel free to engage in all or part of our Simchat Torah celebration given your own level of comfort. We look forward to seeing everyone at Dor Tikvah!

High Holy Dates

Schedule

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Please look out for schedule changes in our weekly email & Shabbat newsletters.
 
All Dor Tikvah services will be held indoors in the Zucker Family Sanctuary unless otherwise noted. Due to Covid spikes in the area, we will still require face masks be worn at all services.

We ask that individual congregants allow spacing of 1 cushion (3ft) between congregants while seated, but family units may sit together. Sections will be available for congregants that desire greater spacing (6ft).
 
Registrations for holidays are below. Shabbat services sign-up will be on our regular services registration page.

High Holiday Honors

Following a longstanding local tradition, we again offer High Holiday Honors for purchase this year, IN PERSON. Please consider honoring a friend, family member, or even yourself with one of these highly sought-after opportunities!
NEW High Holiday Honors Information

Sukkot - Simchat Torah

Covid safety protocols apply for all service attendance. See full rules and requirements here.
Social distancing is to be observed. All persons are to wear a mask at all times. Please do not attend if you have cold-like or any other early symptoms or signs of any infection.
 

Sukkot first days services registration is not available. If you have questions, contact us at info@dortikvah.org.

Holiday Kiddush sponsorships are available! Reach out to Rebecca at info@dortikvah.org to reserve a sponsorship.
 

Services registration for the last High Holidays of the season is not currently available. If you have questions, contact us at info@dortikvah.org.

 

Youth Programming

 

Sept. 25th, 10:30 am
 
 

Rosh Hashanah

 

Rosh Hashanah services registration is closed. If you have questions, contact us at info@dortikvah.org.

 

Yom Kippur

 

Yom Kippur services registration is closed. If you have questions, contact us at info@dortikvah.org.

 

Thursday, September 23rd, 6 - 8 PM

An evening of Food and Fraternity hosted by Greg Rothschild in the Dor Tikvah Sukkah

● BYOKB - Bring Your Own Kosher Beer
● RSVP by Sept. 21st. to GregRothschild@icloud.com 
● Add to your Facebook Calendar
What Beer is Kosher?

Rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 25th, 4:00 pm

Join us for a small pre-Mincha hop to the Rosenberg's and Monderer's Sukkahs.

Tisch is canceled.

Arbah Minim Orders are closed.
Pickup is available FRIDAY, 9/17 until 3 pm
SUNDAY, 9/19 from 10 am to 12 pm
MONDAY, 9/20 from 10 am to 3 pm
 
Contact Jonathan Zucker at jmzucker@email.com or 843-790-3979 for questions.
Sun, October 24 2021 18 Cheshvan 5782