The High Holidays open the Jewish year with the most important message of Jewish history: human dignity is not the gift of destiny; it is a human achievement, requiring courage and self-reliance. Only human will and intelligence can tame the environment, making it less terrifying and conducive to happiness. While some things are beyond our control, others may be conquerable.

Erev Rosh Hashanah – Wednesday, September 20 at 7 pm

Tashlich Rosh Hashanah – Thursday, September 21 at 10:30 am (at a member home). Reservations are required. If interested in attending, contact

Kol Nidre – Friday, September 29 at 7 pm

Yom Kippur – Saturday, September 30 at 4 pm

Break-the-fast at conclusion of the Yom Kippur service. A light dairy break-fast will be provided by Or Emet. Reservations are required by September 25. RSVP at Suggested donations are: $5 adults, $3, free for children 3-13 years old.

All events (except Tashlich) are at Sabes JCC 4330 Cedar Lake Rd South, St. Louis Park 55416

Reservations are required for Tashlich and Break-Fast. For late reservations and/or for further information email

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