High Holidays 2020

Yom Kippur 5781 - 2020

Thank you for visiting the Yom Kippur 5781 – 2020 Registration Page. To help us plan properly, we ask that you register again now even if you’ve registered earlier before Rosh Hashana, as your plans may have changed, and we want to collect the most up to date information.


Erev Yom Kippur, Kol Nidre
Followed by Maariv
Sept 27 (6:00 pm)

Yom Kippur Day
Sept 28 (8:30 am)

Yom Kippur Day, Mincha
Sept 28 (4:30 pm)

Yom Kippur, End of Day, Neila
Sept 28 (6:00 pm)

Thanks for your patience. We welcome your feedback and questions. We hope our efforts result in a meaningful experience for everyone.

For questions about registration, please contact the office.

Frequently Asked Questions:

The Jewish New Year 5781 begins with Rosh Hashana on Friday, Sept 18, and concludes on Sunday night, Sept 20. The Eve of Yom Kippur is on Sunday, Sept 27, and Yom Kippur begins Sunday evening, concluding on Monday night, Sept 28.
Since the beginning of the Pandemic in March 2020, Aish of the Rockies placed the health and wellbeing of our community as the highest priority. Initially, all our facilities including The Shul and Business Office were closed. Slowly, with consideration, implemented Protocols, Waivers and Assumptions of Risk and ongoing information to our community, we opened The Shul and the Business Office and are now offering limited services at some locations. Aish of the Rockies Leadership are in regular consultation of legal, insurance, medical, governmental, safety and other professionals to move ahead in reopening and resuming operations. Masks, Social Distancing, Use of Hand Sanitizer are all required, and other key related details are the essence of our operations. We have cleaning crew on site during all Services, and limit capacity to 50 persons or 50% capacity, whichever is fewer. Please review the Protocols for details.

Due to the unusual circumstances of the Pandemic, we have to know in advance who and how many are attending services. Space is limited. If you plan to attend Services, you must register. Without registration, we do not know you are coming and are unable to offer seating. Registration is available on our Home Page at AishRockies.org.

Prayer Books are available for you if you do not bring your own. We do not wipe down each of the books after use but require everyone to use hand sanitizer before and after use to ensure that safety is maintained. If you would like to borrow a set of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur High Holiday Prayer Books for your use at home, we have 75 sets available for loan. Please contact our office via email or phone to reserve your set for pick up.

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