Join the Northeastern New York Jewish community as we celebrate the 5784 High Holidays.


Click on the organization's name to see all their High Holiday events.


B'nai Sholom Reform Congregation

All services will be both in person at B’nai Sholom (420 Whitehall Road) and available via Zoom. Guests must pre-register for either format via our Google form or by contacting the synagogue office: (518) 482-5283 / We also offer a one-hour children’s program on RH morning (9/16) and YK morning (9/25).

Friday, 9/15

Erev Rosh Hashanah – 7:30 pm

Saturday, 9/16

Rosh Hashanah morning – 10 am

Children’s program 10:30-11:30 (geared to ages 3-7, but all ages welcome)

Sunday, 9/24

Erev Yom Kippur – 7:30 pm

Monday, 9/25

Yom Kippur morning – 10 am

Children’s program – 10:30-11:30 am (geared to ages 3-7, but all ages welcome)

Yom Kippur study session – 1:30 pm

Healing service – 4 pm

Yom Kippur afternoon – 4:45 pm

Yizkor – 6 pm

N’ilah – 6:45 pm

We will also participate in the Community Tashlich at Buckingham Pond on 9/17.

Congregation Beth Emeth

Join us For a Season of Sweet Returns

While everyone is welcome to our services, pre-registration is required.


Our phone number is 518.436.9761

High Holiday Spread

The Massry Residence & Daughters of Sarah

Jewish Family Services

High Holiday Gift Gift Bags

JFS is distributing gift bags to our older adult neighbors who are isolated, lack nearby family, are alone or live in long-term care facilities. We're filling and delivering High Holiday bags so that they can celebrate as they have their entire lives. We're recruiting volunteers to fill bags (September 6 & 7) and deliver them in the Capital region (week of September 11). Please sign up here or call 518-722-4980 to volunteer.

Supporting the JFS Community Chaplain

JFS Community Chaplain, Rabbi Ami Monson is providing special visits, spiritual guidance and religious services for those living in long-term care throughout the community. Your gift can help fund the JFS Chaplaincy program here.

High Holiday Kosher Home Delivered Meals

JFS delivers meals to older adults who can no longer prepare their own. Weekend holiday meals are above and beyond their county subsidy and this holiday season, they are delivering more than 150 extra meals! Please consider helping fund these meals here.


Congregation Agudat Achim

Shana Tova!

All are welcome to join us at Congregation Agudat Achim for our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, including our Community Tashlikh at Blatnick Park, the Kever Avot Cemetery Service, Junior Congregation, Shana Tova Tots, and a brand new Family Service on the second day of Rosh Hashanah. No tickets or prior registration is necessary to attend our services for anyone including: CAA members, community members, out-of-town guests, interested newcomers, and everyone else. We do ask that if you're planning to use our childcare that you let us know in advance. Come as you are and celebrate with us! Our diverse community welcomes people of all backgrounds including interfaith families, singles, seniors, couples, single-parent and same sex families, trans and nonbinary folks, members of the queer community, Jews of color, those who are neurodiverse or differently abled, and converts/Jews-by-choice. Within our warm and inviting surroundings, Congregation Agudat Achim encourages meaningful participation and creates a sense of belonging. We hope you will also join us for the Carrot Festival and the Professor Berk Lecture Series, as well as for Sukkot and Simchat Torah. Our first communal meal of the year is our famous Pizza-in-a-Hut lunch in the Sukkah, prepared by As You Like It Catering. Rabbi Spitzer's door is always open for pastoral meetings, and you can schedule at time with him using this easy link: Our religious school accepts students on a rolling basis throughout the year, and we would be happy to give you a tour of our facilities and programs. Check out our website ( for more information about all of the above. Rabbi Spitzer, President Steve Schmidt, and the entire CAA professional and lay leadership look forward to participating with you in our fall holidays and events.

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High Holy Days for Kids and Families at Congregation Agudat Achim

Rosh Hashanah Family Service

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Come Celebrate Sukkot With Congregation Agudat Achim

Religious School Tashlich at Lock 7 Park

Religious School Family Event

Sukkot Lunch & Pizza in a Hut

Come Celebrate Simchat Torah With Congregation Agudat Achim

Congregation Gates of Heaven


Congregation Berith Sholom

The Nassau Synagogue & Jewish Community Center

We invite you to join us as we usher in the New Year, 5784.

Join us for Services at the Shul for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Email us for more details:



Congregation Shaara Tfille, Saratoga

Congregation Shaaray Tefila, Glens Falls

Congregation Beth Shalom, Clifton Park

Beth Shalom Clifton Park - High Holiday Schedule 5784

Date Day of Week /Service Start Time
9/9/2023 Saturday (Shabbat) Havdalah & Selichot 6:30 PM
9/15/2023 Friday Erev Rosh Hashanah 7:30 PM
9/16/2023 Saturday (Shabbat) Rosh Hashanah morning 9:30 AM
9/16/2023 Saturday (Shabbat) Tashlich 3:00 PM
9/16/2023 Saturday (Shabbat) Rosh Hashanah evening 7:00 PM
9/17/2023 Sunday Rosh Hashanah morning 9:30 AM
9/17/2023 Sunday Rosh Hashanah evening 7:00 PM

9/22/2023 Friday Shabbat Shuvah 6:30 PM
9/24/2023 Sunday Kol Nidre 7:00 PM
9/25/2023 Monday Yom Kippur Morning 9:30 AM
9/25/2023 Monday Yom Kippur Mincha 4:30 PM
9/25/2023 Monday Concluding Service - Ni'ilah 6:15 PM
9/25/2023 Monday Sounding of the Shofar 7:15 PM
Break The Fast 7:30 PM

Please note that there is NO charge for non-members who want to attend High Holiday services.

Knesseth Israel Synagogue, Gloversville

Knesseth Israel Synagogue cordially welcomes all to our High Holy Day Services.  No tickets are needed, just you! Our beautiful and spiritual
services are led by Rabbi Suzanne Schermerhorn.

High Holy Days 5784

Temple Beth El, Glens Falls

Columbia & Greene County

Congregation Anshe Emeth, Hudson

Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York wishes you and your loved ones a sweet and healthy new year!