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5783 High Holy Days

We hope you will join us for our High Holy Days.


5783 High Holy Days Schedule

Selihot

Saturday, September 17 – Leil Selihot

6:15 pm – Minhah/Ma’ariv/Havdalah (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

8:30 pm – Dessert Reception

8:45 pm – Program & Discussion

10:30 pm – Selihot Service

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 25 – Erev Rosh Hashanah

6:00 pm – Minhah/Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:01 pm – Candle Lighting

Monday, September 26 – Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Tashlikh

8:30 am Morning Services (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

These times are approximate (babysitting available starting at 9:00 am):

  • 8:30 am – Preliminary Service
  • 9:00 am – Shaharit
  • 9:30 am – Torah Service
  • 10:30 am – Shofar Service
  • 11:15 am – Sermon
  • 11:30 am – Musaf

10:30 am – Kavannah (Alternative) Service 

10:30 am – Youth Programming for K-5th Grade 

11:15 am – Youth Programming for 6-12th Grade 

11:15 am – Preschool Family Service 

5:15 pm  Teen Tashlikh [At the Center Pond (if raining, under the Portico)]

6:15 pm – Tashlikh [At the Center Pond (if raining, under the Portico)]

7:00 pm – Minhah followed by Study Session & Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:53 pm – Candle Lighting

Tuesday, September 27 – Rosh Hashanah Day 2

8:30 am Morning Services (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

These times are approximate (babysitting available starting at 9:00 am):

  • 8:30 am – Preliminary Service
  • 9:00 am – Shaharit
  • 9:30 am – Torah Service
  • 10:30 am – Shofar Service
  • 11:15 am – Sermon
  • 11:30 am – Musaf

10:30 am – Youth Programming for K-5th Grade 

11:15 am – Youth Programming for 6-12th Grade 

11:15 am – Preschool Family Service 

7:00 pm – Minhah followed by Study Session & Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:52 pm – Yom Tov Ends

 

Cemetery Memorial Services and Tashlikh at the Beach

Sunday, October 2 

10:30 am – Memorial Service – New Center Cemetery

11:15 am – Memorial Service – Beth Shalom Cemetery

4:00 pm – Tashlikh at the Beach – Jax Beach at 16th Avenue South

Yom Kippur 

Tuesday, October 4 – Kol Nidre

7:10 am – Morning Minyan (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:30 pm – Minhah followed by Kol Nidre (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:50 pm – Candle Lighting

 

Wednesday, October 5 – Yom Kippur

8:30 am Morning Services (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

These times are approximate (babysitting available starting at 9:00 am):

  • 8:30 am – Preliminary Service
  • 9:00 am – Shaharit
  • 9:30 am – Torah Service
  • 11:00 am – Congregation’s Address
  • 11:15 am – Musaf
  • 1:15 pm – Rabbi’s Sermon followed by Yizkor

10:30 am – Kavannah (Alternative) Service 

10:30 am – Youth Programming for K-5th Grade 

11:15 am – Youth Programming for 6-12th Grade 

11:15 am – Preschool Family Service 

4:00 pm – Healing Service with Hazzan Holzer (Henry & Miriam Kramer Library; there is no virtual option)

4:00 pm – Yom Kippur Dialogue & Discussion with Rabbi Jonathan Lubliner (Sanctuary; there is no virtual option)

5:00 pm – Minhah (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:15 pm – Youth Ne’ilah

6:30 pm – Ne’ilah (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:42 pm – Fast ends followed by Ma’ariv, Final Shofar & Break the Fast (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

Sukkot

Sunday, October 9 – Erev Sukkot

8:30 am – Morning Minyan (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

5:30 pm – JTLI Sukkot Dinner in the Sukkah (Sulzbacher)

6:00 pm – Minhah/Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:44 pm – Candle Lighting

 

Monday, October 10 – Sukkot Day 1

9:00 am – Sukkot Morning Service (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

10:30 am – Sukkot Outdoor Family Program 

6:45 pm – Minhah followed by study session and Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:37 pm – Candle Lighting

 

Tuesday, October 11 – Sukkot Day 2

9:00 am – Sukkot Morning Service (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

10:30 am – Sukkot Youth Services 

10:30 am – Gan Sukkot 

6:45 pm – Minhah followed by study session and Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:35 pm – Havdalah/Yom Tov Ends 

 

Friday, October 14

7:10 am – Morning Minyan (Sanctuary and Live Stream)

5:30 pm – Family Dinner in the Sukkah

6:15 pm – Shabbat Sukkot Evening Service (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:38 pm – Candle Lighting

7:00 pm – Congregational Dinner in the Sukkah

 

Saturday, October 15 – Shabbat Hol HaMoed

9:00 am – Shabbat Morning Service (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

10:30 am – Sukkot Outdoor Family Program 

5:45 pm – Minhah (Sanctuary with Live Stream), Seudah Shlisheet (in the Sukkah), Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:30 pm – USY Havdalah in the Hut 

7:32 pm – Havdalah 

 

Sunday, October 16 – Hoshanah Rabbah/Erev Sh’mini Atzeret

8:00 am – Hoshanah Rabbah Service (Sanctuary with Live Stream

6:00 pm – Minhah/Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:36 pm – Candle Lighting

 

Monday, October 17 – Sh’mini Atzeret/Erev Simhat Torah

9:00 am – Sh’mini Atzeret Service with Yizkor (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

10:30 am – Sh’mini Atzeret Youth Services 

10:30 am – Gan Sh’mini Atzeret 

5:15 pm – Young Family Simhat Torah Celebration 

5:45 pm – Minhah (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

6:15 pm – Teen Program (D3: Dinner, Dancing & Dessert)

6:15 pm – Congregational Simhat Torah Dinner 

7:15 pm – Ma’ariv and Musical Hakafot (Services in the Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:29 pm – Candle Lighting

 

Tuesday, October 18 – Simhat Torah

9:00 am – Simhat Torah Service (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

10:30 am – Simhat Torah Outdoor Family Program

6:30 pm – Minhah followed by study session and Ma’ariv (Sanctuary with Live Stream)

7:28 pm – Havdalah/Yom Tov Ends

 

Live Stream 


5783 Memorial Plaque & Yizkor Booklet Order Forms

One of our most cherished High Holy Day traditions is our beautiful Yizkor Book of Remembrance which is published and distributed each year during the Yizkor Memorial Service on Yom Kippur and utilized at other Yizkor services throughout the year. Memorializing our loved ones in this manner is a significant way in which we honor their memory.
During the Yom Kippur Yizkor Memorial service, the names on all Perpetual Memorial Plaques secured in the past year are included in the Yizkor booklet and are formally dedicated with the names being read from the pulpit. 

Remembering your dearly departed for years to come.

Before submitting a 5783 Yizkor Booklet entry request, please check what your family requested to be published in the 5782 Yizkor Booklet by clicking here.

The Family Entries are listed alphabetically and placed in a special section of the booklet or at the bottom of pages with a page dedication space arranged directly with Danielle Berke due to limited availability.

Please note: the section comprised of a list of single names indicates the dearly departed who have plaques dedicated in our Hannah Setzer Memorial Hall. These will annually and perpetually appear in a separate section of the booklet from the Family Entries. All dearly departed whose families purchased a memorial plaque at the Jacksonville Jewish Center in their memory are automatically included in this single-name list. This is different from the Family Entry mentioned above.


5783 Yizkor Book of Remembrance

It is now required to request an entry for all names that you desire to have included in the Yizkor Book, even if the entry is to be a repeat from last year.

To request an entry through ShulCloud and pay online, click here.

For a downloadable PDF of this form to print at home, click here. Payment instructions are on the form.


5783 Memorial Plaque Request Form

You and your family have the opportunity to establish a Perpetual Memorial for the departed members of your family. This means their names can be inscribed on a plaque that would be lovingly and reverently displayed year-round in the Hannah Setzer Memorial Hall. All names will be dedicated and read aloud on Yom Kippur Day at Yizkor Services for the first year, and then the name will automatically be included in future publications of the Yizkor booklet. Additionally, designated members of the family are annually mailed a Yahrzeit notice informing them of the date the name will be read during minyan. Furthermore, the loved ones’ names will be printed in the Center’s Shabbat Handout which lists the Yahrzeits for that week. A Perpetual Memorial records the name of a loved one for all time.

To order a Memorial Plaque through ShulCloud and pay online, click here.

For a downloadable PDF of this form, click here. Payment instructions are on the form.