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Ne'ilah starts at 6:30PM on Monday, September 25. Full High Holy Days schedule

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We Look Forward To Seeing You Soon!

Mishkon’s beautiful sanctuary fills for the High Holy Days, beginning with Rosh Hashana through the deeply spiritual Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur. Services feature a mix of traditional and contemporary liturgy, with the Hazzan and the Kol Mishkon Choir. Congregants are encouraged to participate in the services, and there are opportunities for Torah readings and personal reflections, spiritual side trips and alternative services. High Holy Days services at Mishkon Tephilo are open to all, regardless of membership status.

Continue with the festival of Sukkot, joining families in the sukkah for services and meals, and visiting others’ sukkahs throughout the 8-day festival, ending with dancing with the Torah on Main Street for Simchat Torah and the celebration of Shmini Atzeret.


High Holy Days Food Drive

Join the High Holy Days food drive for our partner Westside Food Bank! Drop off items in the receptacles in the Mishkon lobby from September 9 through September 29. 

Most needed items include: Pasta, Pasta sauce (unbreakable packaging please), Juice (Ex: individual plastic bottles, Capri Sun), Granola bars, Protein bars, Snack items (Ex: bags of nuts), Breakfast cereal, Cans of high-protein/hardy soups with pop tops



Socks and Underwear Drive

Safe Place for Youth (SPY) provides essential resources for young people experiencing homelessness. Please help by donating only new socks and underwear all in their original packaging. You may drop off items through October 9. Click here to learn more about SPY

Most needed items include: M-XXL Men’s and Women’s underwear, Women’s sports bras, and adult socks, all sizes.





Attention Preschool Parents
Would you like to join us for High Holiday Services? Tickets are included in your membership for Jewish families and child care is available during services for a fee. We would love to welcome your family! Inquire at

Register for Child Care

  • Child care is available by prepaid reservation only. NO DROP-INS!
  • Childcare is $50 for members, $75 for non-members (per child, per service)
  • Child care is being offered for Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur Morning (times listed here)
  • The deadline for reserving child care will be Friday, September 1st.                                             


Mishkon does not have its own parking lot. For most services and events, there is free or metered street parking in the neighborhood. If you cannot find parking on immediate adjacent streets, we suggest trying Marine Street and 3rd Street. Please read street parking signs carefully. Other lots listed here.

Tue, September 26 2023 11 Tishrei 5784