Temple Emanuel
Denver, Colorado
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Welcome

 

High Holy Days at Temple Emanuel 2017/5778

Rosh HaShanah begins at sundown on September 20, 2017

Yom Kippur begins at sundown on September 29, 2017

Join us in welcoming Mayor Michael B. Hancock on Yom Kippur! He will join us in the afternoon to share his reflections on the day and our community. 

Join us in welcoming Mayor Michael B. Hancock on Yom Kippur! He will join us in the afternoon to share his reflections on the day and our community. 

Whether this is your first year here or your fiftieth, we are happy that you have chosen to celebrate the High Holy Days with us. We are proud that this is our 143rd year as a congregation. Our Clergy Team (Rabbi Joseph Black, Rabbi Brian Immerman, Cantor Elizabeth Sacks, and Steve Brodsky), our Executive Director Steven Stark, and the entire professional team have been working hard to offer your many meaningful Holy Day options.

Everything you need to know about different worship options and times can be found in the Temple Emanuel Guide to the High Holy Days.
Shanah tovah u'metukah - Best wishes for a sweet and happy New Year!

 
 

Traditional and contemporary worship

Experience the power and spirituality of the High Holy Days with our Clergy Team and choir, or with spirited musical worship. Current members do not need to register.

Rosh HaShanah at Shwayder Camp

Creative Rosh HaShanah worship service and tashlich experience. 

High HOly Day Experience - Age 2 Through Grade 1

A Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur experience especially designed for young children. Creative and meaningful programs including a short service, an opportunity to hear the shofar, art projects, stories, and more. Concurrent with our 8:30 a.m. services on the first day of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. 

High Holy Day Youth Project - Grades 2 through 5

A musical morning service and holiday-themed activities run by our Friedman Club teens and advisors. Concurrent with our 8:30 a.m. services on the first day of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.