Find your center here with us these High Holy Days at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons. We look forward to seeing you during this time of renewal and elevated spirituality.
Please join us in preparing for this sacred and special time by sharing your holiday plans with us on the attached request forms. We hope to welcome you, as we welcome in the Days of Awe together.
These High Holy Days, explore the words that help lift our souls to genuine self-evaluation and resolve. Embrace the moments of introspection as we discover who it is that we are meant to be. Connect to your Hamptons Jewish community, and work to connect to something larger than yourself. Hear the sounding of the Shofar that awakens our souls, and calls us to dream of a more perfect time to come.
Join with us here in the heart of the Hamptons. Together we will rejoice in the new possibilities that await, express gratitude for the blessings of our lives, and sing the sacred melodies that connect to the Jewish past, present, and future.
L’Shana Tova Tikatevu… may you, your families, and all of us be inscribed for a good year of bountiful blessings.
Rabbi Joshua Franklin
Cantor/Rabbi Debra Stein
Diane Wiener, Director of Development, Executive Director Emerita
Dr. Joel M. Hoffman, Director of Education
Harry A. Katz, President
HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS request
For security purposes, tickets are required and must be presented for ALL High Holy Day services, including our Family Services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Everyone entering the tent and/or sanctuary must present a valid ticket. Upon presenting your ticket, you will receive a paper wristband for all services that day.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
Teaching with Dr. Joel Hoffman – 7:00pm
Selichot – 8:00pm (Sanctuary)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
Rosh Hashanah Eve – 8:00pm (Tent)
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
Rosh Hashanah Morning – 10:00am (Tent)
Babysitting Available* – 10:00–11:15am (Social Hall)
Family Service (Bring children & grandchildren) – 3:00pm (Sanctuary)
Tashlich at Main Beach (Bring family & friends) – 4:30pm (Main Beach)
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Rosh Hashanah Second Day – 10:00am (Sanctuary)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Kever Avot – 1:00pm (Shaarey Pardes Accabonac Grove Cemetery – 306 Old Stone Hwy., East Hampton)
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Yom Kippur Eve (Kol Nidre) – 8:00pm (Tent)
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Yom Kippur Morning – 9:30am (Tent)
Babysitting Available* – 9:30–10:45am (Social Hall)
Healing Service – 1:00–1:30pm (Sanctuary)
Reflections for Yom Kippur Afternoon – 1:30–2:30pm (Sanctuary)
Family Service (Bring family & friends) – 3:00pm (Sanctuary)
Yizkor, Afternoon Service & Neilah Service** – 4:00pm (Tent)
*Babysitting Available for children Ages 3–7. Pre-registration required. Click here to register.
**This service ends at approximately 7:00pm, after which we invite you to join us as we break our fast together on the Donald & Barbara Zucker Patio.
AT THE END OF OUR DAY OF ATONEMENT THE SHOFAR WILL BE SOUNDED
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Dedicate a High Holy Day Prayer Book
High Holy Days Babysitting is available for children Ages 3 to 7 for:
Rosh Hashanah morning service on Monday, September 10 from 10:00-11:15am
as well as
Yom Kippur morning service on Wednesday, September 19 from 9:30-10:45am
Pre-registration is required. Please complete the form below:
As the Jewish Center no longer owns the property at 56 Woods Lane, parking will be available at 30 Woods Lane, the property immediately to the east of the Jewish Center. In addition, we have made arrangements with the Village of East Hampton to provide some overflow parking at Main Beach, Lot 2 (87 Ocean Avenue). Members of the JCOH staff will have vans to escort you from Main Beach to our tent.
Please make every effort to leave yourselves extra time to enter our tent for High Holy Day services this year.