2021 High Holidays
Thank you for visiting the 2021 High Holidays Page for Aish of the Rockies. We have a full and exciting program planned for children, teens, and adults. To help us plan appropriately, please register for services and programs whether or not you are a member.
Covid-19 Related Note: We are monitoring and will adjust our programs if needed to comply with Federal, State, and County standards as we have throughout the Pandemic.
We welcome your feedback. For questions and comments about High Holidays registration, please contact the office.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The Jewish New Year 5782 begins with Rosh Hashana on Monday, Sept 6, and concludes on Wednesday night, Sept 8. The Eve of Yom Kippur is on Wednesday, Sept 15. Yom Kippur begins Wednesday evening, concluding on Thursday night, Sept 16.
Since the beginning of the Pandemic in March 2020, Aish of the Rockies places the health and wellbeing of our community as the highest priority. We are monitoring and adhering to Federal, State, and County standards as we have throughout the Pandemic. For example, if masking is recommended but not required, we do recommend masking and do not require it.
If you plan to attend Services, please register. Without registration, we do not know you are coming and are unable to plan properly.
High Holiday seating is included in your paid Membership to The Shul.
If you are not a Member of The Shul and it is your first time attending, thank you for joining us; there is no charge.
If you are not a Member and have joined us for the High Holidays in the past, there is a charge of $150 per adult, total for both Holidays.
If you are registering your child(ren) aged 5-12 for children’s programming, there is a minimal fee.
There is no charge for Children 0-4 and Teens 13 and up.
There are no charges for just attending classes.
Currently, we are not planning on outdoor Services and Classes. We are monitoring and adhering to Federal, State, and County standards as we have throughout the Pandemic.
Prayer Books are available for you if you do not bring your own. 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 a limited number of sets available for loan. Please contact our office via email or phone to reserve your set for pick up.