Do I need a ticket for the High Holy Days this year?
If you are attending in person, yes, you will need a ticket. Tickets will be mailed to all members in good standing. Members in good standing: those who have paid in full (1) the previous fiscal year’s (18-19) membership dues, building fund & security fee, and (2) the first quarter of this fiscal year’s (19-20) membership dues, building fund & security fee by September 3, 2019.
A ticket is not needed if you are watching the streamed service.
What COVID precautions will be in place for the in person services?
In order to ensure the health and safety of those who worship in person, masks will be required for all in attendance. Should our in person policies change prior to the holidays, a communication will be sent to the congregation.
How do I access streamed services?
A link will be mailed to the congregation the week prior to the holidays. The link will also be accessible from HCRJ’s website at www.hcrj.org.
Do I have to watch services live if I am streaming?
No, you do not have to watch services live. All services will be archived and can be watched after the fact.
How can I purchase a jar of honey?
Click here to purchase honey from HCRJ’s very own bee hive. 100% of the proceeds serve as a donation to HCRJ.
How can I add a name to the memorial book?
Click here to add a name to the memorial book.
How can I purchase a memorial plaque?
Click here to purchase a memorial plaque.
Will there be a break-fast?
While we will be unable to gather for a break-fast this year, we will be offering boxed meals for purchase to take home that can be picked up following the Yom Kippur concluding service. Click here to order your boxed meal.
I lost a loved one in the last year. How do I have their name read during the Yizkor/Memorial service?
During the Yizkor/Memorial service, Rabbi Gross will read aloud the names of those who have passed away in the last year. To ensure your loved ones name is included, please email Justin Deutsch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will there be a choir singing for the holy days this year?
Yes, there will be a choir singing for the holy days this year. Special measures will be taken to enforce social distancing ensuring the safety of all choir members, Rabbi Gross and others who may participate in services.
Please contact Melissa Wolfson at email@example.com