2022/5783 High Holy Day Options in the Greater Charleston Area

Rosh HaShanah: Sun-Tues Sept 25-27

Yom Kippur: Tues-Wed Oct 4-5

Sukkot: Sun-Sun, Oct 9-16

Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah: Sun-Tues, Oct 16-18

Brith Sholom Beth Israel (BSBI)- Orthodox Union

High Holiday services will be led by Rabbi Elisar Admon this year. All services are free and open to the public. You do not need to be a member to attend. Babysitting will be available. Click here for a schedule of their services.

Congregation Dor Tikvah- Orthodox Union

You can find all information for Congregation Dor Tikvah on their website:  https://www.dortikvah.org/hhd5783. For information regarding Sukkot and Simchat Torah click here. All services are free and open to the public.

Chabad Center for Jewish Life

Contact Rabbi Yossi Refson at info@jewishchs.org for questions and more information about services.

Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (KKBE)- Union for Reform Judaism

Because KKBE will be holding High Holiday services at KKBE rather than offsite, and their space is limited, their core services will be restricted to members in good standing. All services will be livestreamed, free of charge. For a schedule indicating which services are open to the public and for livestream information, please visit https://www.kkbe.org/hhd.

Synagogue Emanu-El- United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

You can find everything you need to know about High Holidays at Emanu-El here: https://www.emanu-el.com/hhd.

Resources for Families with Young Children

PJ Library's “High Holidays at Home” is your guide to celebrating Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur together as a family. You can access the PDF for free and print the whole guide or individual pages at a time: http://pjlibrary.org/highholidays

Young Jewish Charleston (YJC)

We invite you to join us for a YJC Break the Fast on October 5th. Register here by October 3rd. Contact Erin for more details about this event and for information regarding services for people in their 20s-30s. We will also host the Enchanted Sukkah event with Congregation Dor Tikvah this year.