Apple and Honey Dish


This year, join a meaningful and inspiring High Holiday service, following social-distancing guidelines and government health requirements,

in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Services will be held on Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year (September 18th - 20th),

as well as Yom Kippur – the Day of Atonement (September 27th - 28th).


This year we will be having 3 prayer services that will run simultaneously in 3 different rooms, led by our rabbis:

- Rabbi Mordechai Shain in the main sanctuary with a maximum capacity of 50 men/50 women.

- Rabbi Yitzchak Gershovitz in an outdoor tent with maximum capacity of 50 men/50 women. 

- Rabbi Yossi Katz in the multi-purpose room with a maximum capacity of 25 men/25 women.

  • All congregants will be required to wear a face mask and follow the social-distancing guidelines that will be set in place. 

  • Pre-registration for seats is required. Due to the limited space available, seats will be filled on a first come, first serve basis so please register for your seats asap at . A security fee will be assessed for each registration.

  • There will be no children's program at the synagogue this year BUT we will be having shofar blowings for the entire family at 3 separate times on Sunday, September 20th:

3:00 pm at the Gazebo at Davis Johnson Park

4:00 pm at the Tenafly Nature Center

6:00 pm at the pond at Roosevelt Commons

A special Rosh Hashanah gift will be given to each child.

  • There will be no food served after services on Rosh Hashanah. Water bottles and a bagged snack will be provided for the break-fast after Yom Kippur services. 


For further information please call us at 201-871-1152 or to reserve your seats please click here.
Seating is limited and will be assigned on a first come first serve basis.


High Holidays Schedule

Wishing you a happy and healthy sweet new year!

Learn about the High Holidays