Welcome to the High Holiday Hub. Here, you’ll find all the registration forms you’ll need for the High Holy Days. Click HERE for service times. L’Shanah Tovah!
Guest tickets are available by request. We welcome friends and neighbors, as well as college students who are looking for a spiritual home. Please submit a guest request using the button below. Donations for guest tickets are not required, but always appreciated.
Child care will be available for children ages birth to Pre-K, supervised by staff from the Rothschild Early Childhood Center. Rosh Hashanah (both days): 8:30 am to end of service; Kol Nidre: 6:30 pm to end of service; Yom Kippur: 9:00 am to end of service. Child care donations are not required, but always appreciated.
Summer Flash Sale
Take advantage of these end-of-summer savings and make the High Holidays even more special by buying or dedicating a set of prayer books. Take the books to use at home; Dedicate them – in honor, in memory, or in celebration of a loved one; or a do a combination of the two.
*To receive the $150 price, you must buy the bundle of prayer books (Humash, Siddur, and Mahzor). Separately, each book will maintain its regular pricing, but may be purchased for use at home or dedicated.
The sale ends Wednesday, September 13.
Plenty of copies of each prayer book will be available to use at the temple during services. This year, we are resuming use of the Mahzor Lev Shalem.
Blessing of the Newborns
On Rosh Hashanah, we celebrate the creation of the world and the rebirth that is possible for each of us. We are also blessed to celebrate the births from the previous year and bless our new children and grandchildren. The Blessing of the Newborns will take place on the first day of Rosh Hashanah (Saturday, September 16 at the end of the service). Fill out the Newborn Information Form so we may share in your joy. Whether you join us onsite or online, every newborn and their family will be recognized during the service.
TAY Apple Picking at Navarino Orchard
Sunday, September 24; 12 pm – 2 pm
All ages welcome! Bring a picnic lunch and a blanket for a nosh afterward.
Lulav & Etrog Set Orders
Gather together the four species from the land of Israel that we wave on Sukkot – palm, myrtle, and willow branches and the citron fruit. Celebrate the land’s abundance and listen to the sound they make together, echoing our prayers for rain in Israel throughout the winter. To order, please fill out the Lulav & Etrog Set order form. Complete sets are available for $40 each. You can mail a check to: TAY, 450 Kimber Road, Syracuse, NY 13224, or submit order online using the button below. Please order by Friday, September 15.