High Holiday Schedule 5778

HH Seating Reservation Form

Kol Nidre 5778 Pledge/Donation Form

Kol Nidre 5778 Online Donation


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High Holidays with CSAIR

Submission to the "5778 Book of Remembrance"

ShofarOur book of Rememberance deadline is remaining open until Thursday, August 24th at Noon.

To submit names for the Book of Remembrance, you may make your submission and payment securly online which is our preferred method.

If unable to complete online, please fill out the printable form and mail to the CSAIR office along with your check for $18 per name.

If you had submitted names in the 5777 Book of Remembrance, a copy of the list is available here for your viewing.

Should you have any questions or concerns with submission of names in the 5778 Book of Remembrance, please email Remembrance@csair.org.

Submission can only be accepted through Thursday, August 24 at Noon.

Submissions received after this date will be placed in the following year of Remembrance.


Heart of the High HolidaysThe Heart of the High Holidays

Rabbi Shai Held in dialogue with
Rabbanit Devorah Zlochower

Join us on Sunday, September 10 at 7:45 PM as we prepare for the Days of Awe and celebrate an important new publication. In small groups, with talented teachers from the Riverdale Jewish community, study High Holiday themed selections from Rabbi Shai Held's newly published The Heart of Torah: Essays on the Weekly Torah Portion.

Then, join a conversation between Rabbi Held and Rabbanit Devorah Zlochower, Rebbe at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, about The Heart of Torah, the Days of Awe, and what it means to read the Bible with an open mind and an open heart.

Books will be available for purchase at the end of the evening.

Shirah b'Kippur

Following Kol Nidre Services on Friday, September 29 join Rabbi Katz and guest Shaliach Tzibbur Nahum Binder in the library for 30 minutes of singing Hebrew songs with words and melodies that evoke the moods of Yom Kippur. All voices welcome!