Selichot

Saturday, September 1 at 7:00 PM

We will begin with a light meal then move into the Chapel for Havdalah, study and a worship service with the Solel choir. This is an informal opportunity to learn, reflect, and prepare for our sacred days.

Adult Services

A formal service with sermons geared to adults and children in 6th grade and older. Doors open one hour before services begin. Our seating policy allows you to save one seat for a designated driver. Cards of Admission are required.

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 9

Evening Service 8:00 PM

Monday, September 10

Morning Service 10:00 AM

Board Reception 12:30 PM

Tuesday, September 11

Second Day Service 10:30 AM
(at Lakeside Congregation)

 Yom Kippur

Tuesday, September 18

Kol Nidre 8:00 PM

Wednesday, September 19

Morning Service 10:00 AM

Afternoon Service 3:30 PM

Memorial/Yizkor Service 4:30 PM*

Concluding Service 5:00 PM*

*Times are approximate

Family Services

Join us for lively, informal services for families with children. Guests are welcome and Cards of Admission are not required. Bring friends and family!

Rosh Hashanah

Monday, September 10 at 2:00 PM
Followed by Tashlikh

Yom Kippur

Wednesday, September 19 at 2:00 PM

Tashlikh 

Monday, September 10 at 3:00 PM
Immediately following Family Services

Tashlikh ceremony will start at 3:00 PM as we walk to the pond in Fink Park, where we will have a short service. If weather doesn’t cooperate, Tashlikh will be at Congregation Solel.

 High Holy Days
2018 – 5779
Worship Schedule

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday 9/9/2018
Erev Rosh Hashanah 8:00 PM

Monday 9/10
Rosh Hashanah 10:00 AM
Board Reception 12:30 PM
Family Service 2:00 PM
Tashlikh 3:00 PM

Tuesday 9/11
Second Day Service 10:30 AM
(at Lakeside Congregation)

Yom Kippur

Friday 9/18
Kol Nidre 8:00 PM

Saturday 9/19
Morning Service 10:00 AM
Family Service 2:00 PM
Afternoon Service 3:30 PM
Memorial/Yizkor Service 4:30 PM*
Concluding Service 5:00 PM*
(*approximately)

Congregation Solel uses the two-volume machzor set titled Mishkan HaNefesh published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Click the picture of books above to order your copy from Amazon.com; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of these books will be returned to Congregation Solel.

Need more help ordering copies of this machzor? Please contact the office by email or phone (847) 433-3555.

What to know about High Holy Days at Solel

How do I get tickets?
Solel Members should mail their Member Cards of Admission Request Form. This form can be found in your High Holy Day packet. If you are attending services at another congregation, please contact the office.

If you are affiliated with another congregation, but would like to attend services at Solel, please contact your congregation for a Reciprocity Request form.

If you are not affiliated with any congregation and would like to attend services at Solel, please contact us. We suggest a donation of $360 per ticket. Any guest who joins Solel within the subsequent 12 months will be given a credit toward the first year of dues.

Special Seating Requests
Use the Special Seating Request Form included in your High Holy Day packet. Use this form to inform of us of your special need (mobility, visual or hearing impairments).

T-Coil
The sanctuary is equipped with a T-Coil hearing enhancement system. Please arrive early or use the Special Seating Request Form to reserve a seat in the sanctuary.

High Holiday Services
A formal service with sermons geared to adults and children in 6th grade and older. Doors open one hour before services begin. Our seating policy allows you to save one seat for a designated driver. Cards of Admission are required.

Family Services
Join us for lively, informal services for families with children. Guests are welcome and Cards of Admission are not required. Bring friends and family!

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