[The Book of Remembrance is also available as a printable PDF.]
MEMORIALIZED ON THE TREE OF LIFE
Pvt. Arthur A. Bier
Dorothy A. Ehrenreich
Annie L. Fein
Shelley Anita Goren
Susan Helen Goren
Ralph M. Holzman
Bernard R. King
Shirley Kaplan Landau
Lorence L. Pollen
MEMORIALIZED ON THE MEMORIAL BOARD
Dr. Hyman Alexander
Dr. Joseph S. Amster
Wanda H. Ascherman
May Hartley Barclay
Wade Crawford Barclay
Flo S. Baswitz
Max M. Benat
Mortimer A. Bengloff
Rebecca B. Bengloff
Dr. Milton Berger
David M. Bernstein
Evelyn K. Bernstein
Julius C. Bernstein
Arthur A. Bier
Sidney H. Bleicher
Benjamin J. Block
Irving A. Bloom
Sylvia L Bloom
Sylvia A. Brezinsky
Benjamin B. Brody
William N. Catlin
Anne K. Cohen
Dr Abraham G Cohen
Gladys S. Cohen
Louis S. Cohen
Robert E. Cohen
Ruth S. Cohen
William A. Colman
Lesley Ann Cooper
Bert I. Corwin
Esther Leah Davies
Rabbi Daniel L. Davis
Sonia K. Davis
Helene Gordon DeNat
Richard Graham Dick
Sadie Chaya Dimitman
Morris G. Duchin
Norma R. Duchin
Lenore Kaufman Ehrenberg
Dorothy A. Ehrenreich
Samuel G. Ehrenreich
Katie A. Elkind
Dr. Allen Marshall Epstein
Annie L. Fein
Arthur J. Fishman
Eve W. Flaum
Robert Scott Forman
Fay ‘Billie’ Gelsey
Samuel Z. Gelsey
David R. Gibson
Sarah B. Gladstone
David A. Goldberg
David Ira Goldberg
Esther S. Goldberg
Harry N. Goldman
Stephen M. Grosberg
Aaron Moses Gross
Theodore I. Gruber
Dr. Kitty F. Hahn M.D.
Ada R. Hawtof
Sylvia Z. Hirshfield
Katharine A. Hollister
Anne L. Hulnick
Katy B. Isaacson
Leonard Alan Isaacson
Myron Theodore Jaffe
Harris Carl Jeffer
Joan Ellen Josephson
Mark Eric Josephson
Gerson Nathaniel Kaplan
Minna B. Kaplan
Nat H. Kaplan
Rose Lillian Kaplan
Seymour F. Kaplan
Anna S. Karow
Barbara Ruth Katersky
Arthur A. Katz
Nicholas M. Katz
Albert M. Kaufman
John F. Kennedy
Arthur J. Kolin
Toby B. Lampert
Irene E. Lande
Evelyn Plant Larick
Pavel H. Lempert
Joseph T. Levin
Dr. Abraham Levit
Joel M. Lieberman
Rachel Dina Lieberman
Gertrude G. Maggin
Joseph V. Marcus
Anna Wiener Margolin
John Harry Morrison
Virginia S. Morrison
Jack M. Moskowitz
Allen Murray Myers
David L. Myers
Louis J. Naftalison
Beulah Wright Nalven
Herman J. Nalven
Joseph B. Nicklosky
Florence L. Norwood
Pauline Kessl Ober
William C. Ober
L. Regis Peloquin
Leah Meisel Plimack
Rabbi Nathan Rabinowitz
Leon A. Rains
Adele Lakind Elentuch Reis
George W. Reis
Maurice G. Reisner
Barbara M. Richman
Anne A. Rosenberg
Fanny N. Rosenberg
Kenneth B. Rosenberg
Max D. Rosenthal
Prof O. William Ross
Rhoda S. Ross
Anne P. Roth
Richard Allen Rothchild
Victor Louis Rothstein
Allan I. Rubinstein
Claire R. Sayers
Lila L. Schaber
Rosa Lee Schack
W. Bernice Schreiber
Louis Alfred Schwartz
Roberta A. Schwartz
Helen W. Schweitzer
Anita Jaffe Seyler
Melvyn J. Shapero
Abraham D. Shifrin
Joseph D. Shifrin
Leo A. Shifrin
Sophia D. Shifrin
Viola S. Shifrin
Arnold A. Siegel
Edith J. Siegel
Sarah S. Siegel
Lawrence Freund Silver
Deborah K. Slom
Nellie H. Sowka
Sara A. Spencer
Rose S. Spinrad
Harry H. Spring
Julian W. Spring
Leonard H. Spring
Selma B. Spring
Michele Foster Stepkin
Milton W. Stern
Pauline Bauer Stern
Sue Allyn Stetzer
Dr. Samuel Stone
Jan L. Struber
Lillian D. Struber
C. Jack Sussman
Lucille O. Sylvester
Florence Josephson Thomases
Frances N. Trachtman
Ruth L. Ulman
Beverly Van Dyne
Dr. Joseph Van Dyne
Fanny Chanah Warkonyi
Edwin D. Wells
Esther H. Wells
Beatrice B. Williams
Morris D. Wiener
Beatrice B. Williams
Arlynn Heather Wilson
Eva Hilfstein Witek
Daniel Paul Witzling
Ruth T. Witzling
Helen Wolfe Dunn
Shephard S. Wollman
Linda Judith Youchah
Meryl Jeanne Youchah
Charles B. Zamsky
Irving M. Zamsky
Elsie B. Zipkin
Jane Zirinsky Wyatt
Ely Marc Zornberg
The entire East End Temple community mourns the loss of our beloved members who died during our temple year…
Michael Ginsburg -- November 4, 2022 Steven Stampleman -- April 25, 2023 Helene Spring -- August 14, 2023
WE REMEMBER OUR LOVED ONES…
Marion Aaron Alex Aaron Esther Klausner Herbert Lieberman Irene Willens-Gallontz
Magdalina Abraham Robert Abraham ~ We remember you during holidays and family gatherings. Your good works are a model of a life well lived. You left a legacy. You are not forgotten, you remain with me.
Joan Beranbaum Elliott Beranbaum Jean Beranbaum Mendel & Bessie Beranbaum Samuel & Betty Beranbaum Arthur Samson David Samson Henry & Adelaide Samson Merle Soferman Lillian Soiferman Bennett & Adeline Stackhouse John Stackhouse
Audra & David Berger Miriam & Arthur Berger
Alice & Norman Bloom Steven I. Becker
Scott Brawer Leonard & Bernice Alberts Milton & Virginia Alberts Irving & Muriel Baum Andrew Brawer Jerome & Lillian Brawer Joyce Brawer Milton Brawer Samuel Brawer & Minnie Brawer Kalmens Milton Davis Mort & Doris Denker Susan Denker & Jerry Sobel Myra Glaser Eli & Esther Hirschberg Rose & Isaac Hirschberg Esther & Nathan Jacobs Philip Kalmens Maurice & Lillian Levy David & Carol Michaels Jane Sablow & Carl Edwards Lester & Rhoda Sablow Arthur & Pearl Smith Rose Weiner
Cantor Olivia Brodsky, Sue and Marc Brodsky Anna and Jacob Brodsky Herman Brodsky Lilian and Meyer O. Cantor Rosa and Robert Ernstein Rose and Lewish Konikof
Steven & Marianne Brower Gary Brower Herbert & Jacqueline Brower Raymond & Anne Graeber Stanley Jacobs David & Lillian Rubinstein
Elliot & Marianne Carlin Esther Beth Carlin Herbert J. Carlin Seth A. Carlin
Mirah Curzer & Rabbi Joshua Stanton Abraham Curzer Stephen Engel Ruth Epstein Gilda Kahn Henry Stanton Doris Kahn Zaslow
Derek Dorn & Salvatore Gogliormella Vivian Stern Asrelsky Abraham Dorn Blanche & Marvin Perlmutter
Ron & Cynthia Dubensky Mildred & Barnet Dubensky Bernice & Saul Morgenstern
Roger & Carin Ehrenberg Lenore & Edward Ehrenberg Al Graydon
Susan Eisenberg Ephron Hyman Eisenberg Joel Eisenberg Sydell Eisenberg
Iris Elentuch Sylvia Cohen Irving & Ida Elentuch Maurice Elentuch S. Elentuch Arnold Lakind Isadore & Edna Lakind Jack Mamber Adele Lakind Elentuch Reis George W. Reis Lila L. Schaber
Shelley Emmer Alan Emmer Fannie & Sidney Emmer Colin Brian Rochester ~ Colin, we miss you every day and love you.
Susan Epstein & Harold Horowitz Lillian & Harold Epstein Edith M. & David Horowitz Renata Horowitz William H. Merritt Max Scher
Suellen & Boris Eshed Sonia & Max Hasnees Ruth & Saul Levine ~ In loving memory of our parents
Marian & Robert Fish Esther & Eugene Cohen Polly & Samuel Fish
Nancy Flaxman & Lila McCarthy Celia & Sam Fell ~ You gave us all that you had hoped when you came to America. We take pride in your story, as we know you take pride in us. Sadie Fell Flaxman ~ A Mother and Bubby whose legacy of love, warmth, wisdom, and laughter has enabled her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren to live our Jewish values. June & Floyd McCarthy ~ I love you and think of you often.
Eleanor Goldman & Jay Grossman
Alexis Witek Kab
Eva Hilstein Witek & Max Witek
Michael & Sandra Gordon and Jonathan, Eric, Mimosa, Adi, Ben and Amelia Alfred B. & Sylvia Clyman Herman Clyman & Amelia Goldberg Clyman Benjamin & Mollie Datlof Joseph & Rose Datlof Samuel & Clair Datlof Nathan Fridkin & Rachel Jacknovitch Fridkin Alexander & Esther Gordon Chaim & Mary Gordon Louis & Rose Gordon Richard Greenberg Charles Salomon Jacknovitch Georges Jacknovitch Germaine & Simon Jacknovitch Maurice Jacknovitch Bruce Jacobson Howard Ira Lorenz & Charlotte Rheinhold Lorenz Sidney & Leona Peck Richard Warren Tedhams
Peter Gordon & Julie Livingston Marion & Alfred Gordon Barbara & Bud Livingston Shari Livingston ~ In loving memory
Mark Gurvitz & Lee Anne Baer Ervin & Helga Baer James Fabrizio Arnold Goodman Gerald & Jeannette Gurvitz Donald Marcus
Molly Harris, Susan Harris & Family Robert M. Harris Harriet Minczeski Dorothy N. Shulman
Linda Hetzer David Ginsburg Michael Ginsburg ~ Beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Michael was a photographer extraordinaire with a good eye, a curious soul, and a generous heart. Ruth & Theodore Hetzer
Scott Hochhauser & Sally Kay Joyce & Marshall Hochhauser Jules Kay
Robert & Ali Hoffman Dr. Joseph & Beverly Van Dyne
Judith Jacobson Herbert & Jeanette Jacobson Sidney & Charlotte Kohleriter Edward & Norma Lavin Thomas Lavin Shirley Lynn
Robert & Marian Klein Evelyn & Milton Klein Lillian & Bernard Lerner
Robert & Francine Kolin Alison Abrams Benjamin & Sarah Abrams Theodore & Roz Abrams Arthur & Rita Kolin Julius & Beckie Kolin Abraham & Dottie Marder Eve Marder-Cohen Frances Marder Irving & Rosalyn Marder Sadie Weinstein
Denise Krupit Norman Krupit Lily Preaudat Marguerite & Oscar Roth
Beth Labush Wilfred & Janet Kraegel Gerald Labush Isadore & Muriel Labush
Frances Lee Rose R. Lee
Brian Lifsec & Marcella Rosen Harry Lifsec Maria Christina Ocampo Jane Stone
Judith Lorber Henry Lorber ~ 1899-1975, beloved father of Judith, Alan, and Stephen Sophie Lorber ~ 1902-1999, beloved mother of Judith, Alan, and Stephen
Sandy Magesis Gary Magesis
David Marcus Irving & Lil Haber Shirley Lentz Babs Marcus Joseph V. & Vivian Marcus
Roni Messer Selma & Benjamin Messer Peter Mark Messer Melvyn Schwartz Sue & Hyman Spivack Hope Lazarescu Wikander
Richard & Wendy Muskat Stanley & Vickie Greenwald Leo & Ann Lowenthal Jack & Elaine Muskat Morris & Sarah Muskat Harry Zuckerman
Ronald Orland & Lisa Denby Richard & Barbara Denby Gail Friedman Ari Orland Dennis Orland
Alex Putterman & Elizabeth Katz Price Meropol McMahon ~ One of the most special people you could ever meet. She is gone too soon but will never be forgotten. Her excitement, passion, humor and energy were unrivaled. She was an incredible friend and co-worker. Remembered by Alex and Liz Debby Putterman ~ We remember our amazing Debby today and every day. The most loving, sweet, and kind mother and grandmother is in our hearts forever. Remembered by Alex, Liz, Cara, and Zoe
Harmony Reynolds Harriette Reynolds Karyn Reynolds
Paul & Barbara Ringel Gertrude & Lewis Brodsky Sonny Pliner Tybee & Morris Ringel
Francine Rodin-Kotin Neil Kotin Bernard Rodin Esther Weiler Elias Weiler
Susan Rosenstock Louis & Sarah Ginsberg Richard P. Nolan Charles & Rose Rosenstock Matilda Rosenstock Sam & Lila Rosenstock Nathan & Eleanor Walker
Elyn & Barry Rosenthal Morris & Edith Rosenthal Stanley & Lyla Zelman
Shelley, Loren, Ethan & Noah Ross Flo S. Baswitz Birdie Browne Annabelle Cohen David & Esther Goldberg Miriam Goldberg Thomas Harding Leon & Evelyn Hendline Florence Herz Theodore & Mollie Krainin Philip & Lena Meyerowitz Allen Murray & Roslyn Myers David L. Myers Jack Myers Prof. O. William & Florence Ross Abraham D. Shifrin Joseph D. Shifrin Leo A. & Viola S. Shifrin Sophia D. Shifrin
Jeffrey Rotenberg & Melissa Feldsher Helene & Dennis Feldsher
Shirley Roth Irving Roth
Demetria Royals Regina Arnold Zeva Greendale Virginia Adams Huggins ~ You made me feel that every time I walk into a room, I brought the sunshine in my pocket. Your memory to this very hour is a blessing. Adele Jennings Pamela Rachel Oline ~ Though you did not bring me into the world, you gave me the world. Your memory for me is always a blessing. Ebb Royals Joshua Singer ~ We both learned to turn our “infirmaries into weapons.” I miss you and I’m taking care of your Mom like I promised.
Lawrence Safran & Romulo Aromin Jr. Irene Ann & Allan Safran
Steven A. Sanders Jane Engelberg Esther & Abraham Lipkind Lesley Sanders Millie Sanders Sam Sanders Vivian & Daniel Sanders Wolf Sanders Henrietta Simon Helene Spring
Judy & Marty Scherzer David & Sonia Scherzer Peter & Ernestine Vogel
Nancy & Larry Schneider Bella & Joseph Friedman Claire & Henry Schneider Barbara Shelzi
Susan Schwalb Martin Boykan Lawrence Miller Evelyn & Morris Schwalb Rita Ann Schwalb
Sam Seltzer Helen Wolfe Dunn Sarah & Samuel Levine Loulu & Moses Seltzer Libby & Louis Seltzer
Shaul, Sharon, Saar & Sivan Shemesh Naavah & Shaul Halman Edward Shemesh
Robert Sherer Fay Sherer Leslie Sherer ~ We miss you and love you; your memory is a blessing.
Mindy, Stephanie & Larry Sherry & Barbara Kornblau Michelle Herman Goldstein Gert & Sol Kornblau Marilyn & Stan Ross Ira Sherry Max & Mildred Sherry Miriam Sherry Shellie Sherry Manny & Miriam Sternberg Polly Sternberg
Miriam Spiro Joanna H. & Herzl R. Spiro
Abby Strauss Harold Strauss ~ Grief and love are sisters, forever intertwined.
Judith Sussman & Donald Sussman C. Jack & Marjorie Sussman Philip & Ida Sussman Shephard S. & Anna Wollman
Jeffrey Thomases Mark & Joan Josephson Elizabeth Thomases Fred & Florence Thomases Robert Thomases
Laurie Treuhaft Ali Ekram Ali Elaine & Milton Treuhaft
Celia & Greg Vimont Leona Barach Kirsch & Benjamin Sollow Kirsch Rabbi Aaron Panken Aaron Slom Deborah K. & Stanley Slom Earle Slom Sophie & Maurice Leo Slom William J. Vimont
Dina Weintraub & Michelle Fraticelli Carmen Nogueras Abella Hilda Abella ~ Beloved grandmother of Michelle Fraticelli Yvonne Fraticelli Abella ~ Beloved mother of Michelle Fraticelli
Jennifer Weisbord & Lorenzo Ciniglio Louise Weisbord ~ Mom you are always and forever in our hearts. We miss you and love you. Jennifer, Lorenzo, Hannah, and Marley
Shellie Winkler David Ira Goldberg Morton & Janet Goldberg Robert & Rhoda Winkler ~ May they rest in peace
Larry & Patricia Witzling Daniel Paul Witzling Ruth T. & Samuel Witzling
Ellen & Steven Zelman Mildred & Ellis Greene Mary & Samuel Sohn Sanford Sohn Estelle Wagman
May their memory be for blessing…
Worship At EET
Please see the East End Temple Everywhere page for frequent updates on services and other programming.
Fridays at 6:15 pm
Select Saturdays at 10:00 am
(from our Sanctuary during services)
The intimate and inviting nature of East End Temple worship, set within a charming townhouse, is home to many seeking a traditional but approachable Reform Judaism service.
At East End Temple, we embrace song and music as an essential piece of a truly spirited Reform Judaism experience. Services are in a mixture of Hebrew and English.
Join Us in Worship
See the East End Temple Everywhere page for upcoming dates of our services.
Shabbat at East End Temple is a celebration of community and spirit. We gather in our beautiful sanctuary for a reflective and uplifting musical prayer service. Our regular Kabbalat Shabbat service takes place every Friday night at 6:15 pm, and is about one hour and fifteen minutes long. Using Mishkan T’filah, the Union for Reform Judaism’s current prayer book, our service weaves a combination of Hebrew and English prayers and modern and traditional melodies. Come join us in welcoming Shabbat at our elevating and inspiring service. All are welcome.
Shabbat Services in our Sanctuary
Fridays at 6:15pm
All are welcome to join us in person as we welcome Shabbat.
- For online viewing, our services are streamed via Livestream.
- If you or anyone in your household are not feeling well or have been sick in the past five days, please stay home and attend the service online.
Select Saturdays at 10:00 am
Other Shabbat Services We Offer
One Friday night a month we celebrate Simchat Shabbat, an enhanced musical service featuring our own EET 17th Street Band, led by Grammy Award Winner Ben Wisch. These lively services are followed by a community dinner, guest speaker or program and then a dessert reception.
For tots, infant through K, this is a special musical sing-along service for our youngest members. The service features singing, dancing and story-telling. Following the service, we have a Shabbat oneg with candle lighting, challah, and juice.
Family Services will be offered one Friday of each month. This is a lively and engaging Shabbat service created especially with children ages 6-10 in mind. A wonderful opportunity for families to have the experience of a Friday night service that is welcoming and accessible.
In summer months we are fortunate to welcome Shabbat in Stuyvesant Square Park, just outside our front door. Join us in this casual setting for a condensed 30-minute service. Some congregants bring provisions for a Shabbat picnic dinner in the park.
In coordination with our B’nei Mitzvah schedule, we offer services on selected Saturday mornings.
On occasional Saturday evenings, we gather for a brief service to end Shabbat, followed by a potluck dinner. This special service was created by the members of our Sh’ma Project, EET’s community organizing cohort. This informal approach offers a unique opportunity to come together in prayer, conversation, and noshing, while serving to strengthen the EET community. Families are welcome to attend together.
Our High Holy Days are filled with an abundance of joy, reflection, and connection. We worship in person and online, creating a sense of shared time and purpose.
All are welcome to join our High Holy Day family services and programs free of charge — advance registration is required.
All services and programs will take place at Hebrew Union College, 1 West 4th Street — see registration form for full schedule.
YOUNG FAMILY SERVICE (ages 0-5)
Led by Tkiya
A lively yet intimate service conducted in a sing-a-long format, geared towards families with children ages 0-5.
Tots and their parents join together in celebrating the holidays with songs, prayers, and stories.
FAMILY SERVICE (ages 6-11)
Led by Rabbi Joshua Stanton and Cantor Olivia Brodsky
A fun and engaging service geared towards families with children in 1st-5th grades (ages 6-11).
The experience is much like a regular service, with many of the traditional prayers as well as readings from the Torah. An excellent opportunity to allow young children to actively participate in a real High Holy Day service that is both age appropriate and very meaningful.
Family Resources: Check out some ideas for High Holy Days at home from PJ Library
TEEN PROGRAM (ages 12+)
Teens in 6th grade and older will join Youth Director Ben Cutler for teen experiences on Yom Kippur to welcome, celebrate, and experience the New Year. For more information, or to sign your teen up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our High Holy Days this year will be filled with an abundance of joy, reflection, and connection. We will worship in person and online, creating a sense of shared time and purpose. Rabbi Joshua Stanton, Cantor Olivia Brodsky, and award-winning musicians will enliven our spirits and open our minds. We will have programs for people of all ages and interests, including some of “The Best Kid-Friendly Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Celebrations in New York.”
For more information about our Young Family, Family, and Teen services and programs during the High Holy Days, please click here.
Kol Nidrei Appeal
We are always grateful for your generous support, so we can continue our sacred work as a community. Click here to contribute.
High Holy Days 2023/5784
Selichot: Saturday, September 9
Rosh Hashanah: Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16
Yom Kippur: Sunday, September 24 and Monday, September 25
Sukkot: begins Friday, September 29
Simchat Torah: Thursday, October 5
Full schedule and online streaming links available on the Schedule and Links page (for the password, see the weekly e-blast or call the EET office)
In Person: All member families have received in-person service tickets via email. Members may attend all services and programs.
Online: All members will also have full online access to all High Holy Day services and programs, through our password-protected “Schedule and Links” page with the online streaming links (via HowLive) for all services and programs. Streaming access information will be included in the ticket email.
Members who wish to purchase additional tickets for friends/family:
- Please visit the Contribute page of the EET website
- Choose donation type “HHD Ticket Members 2023”
- Include the full names of your guests in the “Payment Notes” box
In person: Guest tickets may be purchased via our High Holy Day In-Person Guest Ticket form.
— Yizkor services on Yom Kippur (Monday, Sept. 25 at 12:45pm) are open to the community (no ticket necessary). ID is required. This service is held at Hebrew Union College, 1 West 4th Street.
Online: Guests may join us online without charge (although a donation is suggested) by registering using our High Holy Day Online Registration Form.
If you would like more information about membership, you can learn more about our unique Community Commitment membership or begin your application.
FOR FAMILY SERVICES (MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS):
Tickets are not required for Family and Young Family services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, but pre-registration is required (see Family High Holy Days page for more information). The same form may be used to register for kids’ programs (grades Pre-K-8) during the morning congregational services on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur).
Book of Remembrance
Our Book of Remembrance, a long-standing East End Temple tradition, is now available, as an online page and a printable PDF. A printed version will also be on display in our beautiful Helene Spring Library in perpetuity.
High Holy Day Prayer Books
If you would like to purchase your own set of Mishkan HaNefesh, the prayer books we use for the High Holy Days, they may be purchased through the CCAR Press. We will not be able to lend books this year.
High Holy Day Resources
Torah Blessings: Join us in blessing the Torah as the whole congregation is honored — click here
Havdalah Blessings: Join us in the blessings at the end of Yom Kippur — click here
“A Time to Grow”: A PJ Library Family Guide to the Fall Holidays. This beautiful new PJ Library guide explores ways for your family to celebrate the Jewish fall holidays at home. To read more and download the guide, click here.
DIY Havdalah Spice Pouch: Celebrate Havdalah with us at the end of Yom Kippur, and make your own spice pouch! Click here for easy, at-home instructions
Hineni – Here I Am. The Union for Reform Judaism has created new online resources to help us be present for ourselves, encounter the spiritual, mourn our personal and societal losses, and enter the New Year with a sense of renewal. For more information, click here.
The Shofar Project: The Institute for Jewish Spirituality is offering a free four-week program during the month of Elul and leading up to the High Holy Days, from August 21st – September 18th.The Shofar Project is for people of all backgrounds who want to make this a year of continued awakening, responsiveness, renewal, and transformation. For more information and to register, click here. If you would like to buy your own shofar, please click here, here, or here.
“Welcome To Our Table”: Try a new baking project for the new year! Click here for a few selected recipes from the EET Sisterhood cookbook
Prayers and Rituals: A brief description of some of the words and rituals you might hear and experience during the High Holy Days
High Holy Day Recipes