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High Holy Days

Come Celebrate With Us


  • S’lichot September 17th

    • Begin the “Days of Awe” with us, hear the joyful voices of the TKA Choir and the see the changing of the Torah covers to white. 6:30pm dessert provided by Sisterhood 7:00PM Service 
  • Rosh HaShanah (New Year) September 25th – 26th

    • Erev Rosh HaShanah – 6:00PM Service
    • Rosh HaShanah, morning – 10:00AM Service
    • Multi-Generational 3:00 PM Service – Marshbank Park
    • Tashlich 4:00PM Service – Marshbank Park
  • Kol Nidre October 4th

    Yom Kippur October 5th

    (Day of Atonement)

    • Kol Nidre 7:30PM Service
    • Yom Kippur, morning 10:00AM Service
    • Multi-Generational 2:00PM Service
    • Afternoon 3:00PM Service
    • Yizkor 5:30PM Service

Sukkot Oct 9th-16th
Simchat Torah Oct. 16th and
Shemini Atzeret Oct. 17th


Temple Kol Ami’s – President Message

Hello Friends,

Please join me as Rabbi Steven Denker and Cantorial Soloist Janet Christensen lead our High Holy Day worship along with our choir and other participants. You are welcome to attend in-person or online via YouTube or Facebook.

We will be using new prayerbooks this year, Mishkan HaNefesh. There are two books in the set – one for Rosh Hashanah and one for Yom Kippur.  If you ordered books and have not picked them up yet, please contact the office to arrange a time to get them. If you did not order books, you may still purchase them. Contact the office for that as well. Cheryl Spektor ( will be happy to help you.

Included in this mailing are tickets and a schedule of services that will be offered in the Temple building and online via Facebook Live and YouTube, as well as other opportunities Temple Kol Ami has to offer.

Security is very important to you and me. Please have your tickets out which identify you as someone who is supposed to be at Temple Kol Ami to the ushers and our security team. If you arrive and do not have your ticket, there will be someone with a list of members’ names. You can ask an usher to direct you to that person.

As I type this, in mid-August, masks are required to be worn by everyone at services held in the building. This may change at any moment. We will communicate any changes should they happen.

The Temple Kol Ami leadership and staff look forward to seeing you and welcoming in 5783 together.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please reach out to me.

Shana tova,

Karee Strome /

High Holidays 2022/5783

Wishing everyone a sweet new year. 

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