High Holy Days 5781  2020

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Temple Kol Tikvah is preparing for an unprecedented Holy Days without congregants filling the seats in our sanctuary.  Our worship and activities will be remote experiences this year.  We are creating a virtual space for welcoming in the New Year. Our worship times may follow traditional paths, but our structure will be filled with innovative experiences and interactivity. 

Attendance for High Holy Day programming is a benefit of membership and tickets are not required. Full-time students are welcome at no charge. Members of other synagogues with a verifying letter from their home synagogue are also welcome at no charge but we ask that you contact the office at admin@templekoltikvah.org to register.


Guests and non-members are welcome to join us but require that you register in advance to receive the link for our virtual activities.

Our Book of Remembrance provides an opportunity to keep the memories of our departed loved ones close to us during this season. A copy will be distributed to families that contribute to the book this year.  

Please consider a donation to our flower fund.

Yom Kippur Food Drive

Our High Holy day food drive this year will be virtual as we support the Ada Jenkins Center in Davidson.  We ask that you purchase grocery store gift cards in any denomination. These can be brought to the temple during office hours. Financial donations are also being accepted by the temple and we will purchase the gift cards on your behalf. 

More Information

Would you like to connect with Rabbi Lipper or someone in the community before High Holy Days? Click here

Hebrew Cemetery Annual Memorial Service

The Hebrew Cemetery of Charlotte's annual memorial service is virtual this year on September 27th at 10:30am. You can find the link to their website here and a direct link to the video here