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High Holy Days Participation

Thank you to all who sent in videos, pictures, offered to do a High Holy Days reading and participated in the Book of Remembrance. The window to submit these items is now closed. Please continue to send us your recipes and remember the date of September 13th for the JFS High Holy Day Baby Supplies Donation Drive .

We will be updating our main High Holy Days page with information about services and classes in the next week.

Holiday Recipes

Do you have a special dish you serve during the holidays? Brisket? Kugel? Honey cake? If so, we’d love for you to share your recipe. Pictures are welcome too! Please let us know so that we can share it with the congregation. Recipes will be published on our dedicated High Holy Days webpage. Please send your recipes to Deb Sheldon.

Tikkun Olam

This year presents unique challenges to many of those in our community. You can help by supporting Jewish Family Service. Drive By High Holy Day Baby Supplies Donation Drive. The Baby section of the Jewish Family Service Food Pantry needs re-stocking! Baby food, formula and diapers in various sizes are in high demand and low supply. Please drive by the new Jewish Family Service Park City location at 1960 Sidewinder Drive between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2020 to drop off your baby supplies.

JFS will be there to gratefully accept your items and point out their new Park City office!

Please contact Ellen Silver if you have any questions at

We look forward to hearing from you!!

Our entire team is available to assist in any way we can to make sure that everyone can take advantage of these wonderful opportunities for you to participate in our High Holy Days Services and Programs.


Donna Gordon (,

Deb Sheldon (

We invite you to participate in our High Holy Day online streaming program by submitting a photograph or video. When submitted, you concur that this material will be integrated into streaming and other audio/visual presentations and may be used by Temple Har Shalom for those purposes.

Wed, January 27 2021 14 Shevat 5781