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Guide to Upcoming Holidays

With the Hebrew Year 5779 upon us, we thought we would centralize the information you would need in one place.  Check back here often as we update information.

  • Guests wishing to join CTI for high holiday tickets, please click here for more information and the order form. Please note, members of CTI do not have to pay for high holiday tickets.  
  • Selichot continue through Yom Kippur eve on Tuesday, September 18th.  On weekdays Selichot start at 6:30 AM followed by Shacharit.  On Sunday Selichot will be the evening before starting at 8:48 PM.
  • If you still have not picked up your Yair Emanuel Any Occasion Dish contact Joel or Debbie Tendler.
  • Sign up for childcare during the high holiday services, click here
  • Yom Kippur starts Tuesday evening, September 18th with Kol Nidre and concludes the following evening, Wednesday, September 19th, with Neilah services.  For a complete schedule click here.
  • Pick up the Lulav and Etrog you ordered in our shul starting the day after Yom Kippur, Thursday, September 20th, after Shacharit services.
  • Help us build our Sukkah on Thursday morning, September 20th, in front of the shul after Shacharit.  And bring your kids on Sunday, September 23rd to help decorate our Sukkah from 9:30 AM to 11 AM.
  • Sukkot starts Sunday evening, September 23rd and continues through Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah the following Tuesday, October 1st.  For a complete schedule of Sukkot services, please click here.
  • Join us for our First Annual Sushi in the Sukkah affair on the second day of Chol HaMoed, the Intermediate Days, at 7:30 PM in the CTI Sukkah in front of the Shul.  For more information and to RSVP click here.

We wish all a Shana Tova U'Metuka, a good and sweet year, one in which we are all blessed with good health and happiness.

Sun, April 21 2019 16 Nisan 5779