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High Holy Days 2022

Service Schedule

A printable schedule of services for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur can be found here.  Concurrent programming for all children (preschool through 12th grade) will take place during our 10:00 a.m. morning services.  See "Camp Kol Emeth - High Holy Day Edition" section below for more information.  


Kol Nidre Tues 10/4 8:00 p.m. HERE

Yom Kippur Wed 10/5 10:00 a.m HERE

Yom Kippur Afternoon / Yizkor / Neilah begins at 4:30 p.m. HERE



High Holy Day Tickets

High Holy Day tickets were mailed to all members in good standing (those fulfilling at least three months of their annual membership commitment). To make sure your account is up to date, please contact the TKE office at 770-973-3533.  In addition, most services will be streamed online.  Information on how to access services online will be provided as the holy days approach.
Additional Guest Ticket Information

If you are interested in purchasing guest tickets for Yom Kippur services, please email Rachel Barich to inquire about availability.
Camp Kol Emeth: High Holy Day Edition - Youth Engagement Opportunities (ages 2 - 12th grade)

Online registration for our High Holy Day Yom Kippur youth programming is now closed.  We have very limited space available in certain grades.  Please email Cindy Livingston with any questions about availability. 

(There will be a preschool-focused "Kiddish Klub" service at 9 a.m. for preschoolers, their siblings, and parents.  There is also an elementary-school-focused service for students and their families at 3:30 p.m. There is no registration needed for these services.)


Yizkor Memorial Books

Submission for the Yizkor Memorial Book is now closed.  The book will be available during Yizkor services on Yom Kippur afternoon (Wednesday, October 5 at 5:30pm).  For those wishing to have a digital version of the Yizkor Memorial Book, you can view/download it here

High Holy Day Prayer Books

TKE uses Mishkan HaNefesh: Machzor for the Days of Awe for our High Holy Day services. For those attending in person, we have books available for use during services. 

For those attending virtually or those who simply wish to have their own sets, copies can be purchased from the CCAR Press HERE. Please note that this is a two- book set, one for Rosh Hashana and one for Yom Kippur. For those who purchased sets last year, we encourage you to bring yours with you to in-person services this year.


High Holy Day Food Drive Supporting JF&CS Food Pantry

For three decades, the Atlanta Jewish community has partnered with the organizations to help feed our hungry neighbors in north Georgia. The Jewish community has been able to provide over 1 million pounds of food to children, seniors, veterans and working families.  This year, TKE is supporting the JF&CS High Holidays Food Drive. We are pleased to be able to collect non-perishable food items in-person for donation to this worthy cause.  If you prefer to make an online monetary donation or want to learn more about the JF&CS High Holidays Food drive, please click here.

Start off the New Year by performing a mitzvah! We need warm greeters throughout the High Holy Day services, so please complete the usher volunteer form here and assist our congregants in having an easy and meaningful experience.
High Holy Day Fundraising Campaign

For our 40th anniversary year, our high holiday campaign is focused on gaining pledges to put us on a path to eliminate our mortgage. Thanks to the 40% of members who have pledged & donated to the Legacy Campaign, we are 86% of way toward our goal with $2.5 million in Legacy pledges and $2.2 million of those pledges paid. In addition, every 2022 donation is eligible for matching with new donors being matched 1:1. Please consider a Legacy pledge today by reaching out to one of our Legacy Co-Chairs, Craig Aronoff or Ben Singer, or Fundraising VP Frank Mix. You can donate to Legacy here by selecting the donation type a the top labeled “Legacy Campaign - 2022 High Holy Day Focus” or by sending a check to the TKE office indicating “Legacy Campaign” on the memo line. Without a mortgage to pay every month, we will have funds available for the exciting innovative programs that our Rabbi, Staff, and Congregation envision! 


Community Yom Kippur Break Fast

Join us as we break the Yom Kippur fast together immediately following the conclusion of services on Wednesday, October 5. 

Bagels, cream cheese, and drinks will be provided by TKE.   Please bring a dairy dish to share that corresponds to the first letter in your last name. 
A - L: Salads/Sides (pasta, egg, tuna, kugel) 
M - Z: Desserts (cakes, cookies, fruit)

For more information or to RSVP, click here.



Need More Information?

Temple Kol Emeth looks forward to welcoming our community back into our sanctuary for this High Holy Day season.  In keeping with the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the principle of Pikuach Nefesh (preservation of human life), we encourage all those who wish to wear a mask to do so.  We also ask that anyone currently experiencing symptoms related to COVID or any other illness participate virtually so as to protect others. Our policies may change at any time in accordance with the CDC or other medical guidelines. 

Got questions about the High Holy Days at Temple Kol Emeth? Please contact Rachel Barich in the TKE
office at 770-973-3533 or email at

Thu, March 23 2023 1 Nisan 5783