Rosh HaShanah begins the evening of September 6. Yom Kippur begins the evening of September 15.
Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur call to us through the piercing majesty of the sound of the Shofar, inviting us to renew our connection with ourselves, with our people, and with G-d.
This year more than ever we turn to our tradition for words of comfort and hope. The pandemic has challenged us. For that reason it is important to support each other and expand and deepen our connections during these High Holy Days. We yearn to be with our community.
Southern Arizona’s congregations welcome you to celebrate the High Holy Days and hope each of you find a congregation in the Tucson Jewish community that will help you greet the New Year 5782, in a meaningful and uplifting way. The Great Shofar will be sounded . . . Join with us in hearing its call!
Please visit the websites of the following congregations for information about their High Holiday services.
Congregation Anshei Israel (Conservative)
Congregation Beit Simcha (Reform)
Congregation Bet Shalom (Traditional Egalitarian)
Beth Shalom Temple Center (Non-denominational)
Congregation Chaverim (Reform)
Congregation Chofetz Chayim (Orthodox)
Temple Emanu-El (Reform)
Institute for Judaic Services and Study (Saddlebrook)
Congregation M’kor Hayim (Reform)
Congregation Or Chadash (Reform)
Chabad of Oro Valley (Chabad)
Chabad of Sierra Vista (Chabad)
The Shul of Tucson (Orthodox)