This traditional, warm, and joyous service offers uplifting choral music and thoughtful prayer, and strikes a satisfying balance between the timeless and the contemporary. Rabbi David Minkus, Jonathan Miller, and the High Holiday Choir lead the services. Cantor Rachel Rosenberg joins Rabbi Minkus and Jonathan Miller on the second day of Rosh Hashanah.
Seating is open, and many congregants arrive early for this popular service. The southern section of the Sanctuary tends to be cooler than the other sections.
About the windows in the sanctuary: God, the Torah, and Israel are One.
→ main High Holidays webpage.