Welcome to The Temple of the High Country
1043 King Street, Boone, NC 28607
We are adopting a Winter schedule for Shabbat services,mainly to avoid weekly nighttime driving.
From January through April:
Friday night services at 7:00 PM will ONLY be on the First Friday of each month.
All the other weeks of the month- Saturday morning services at 10:30 AM. These services will include a short Torah service.
If you check our website. www.templeofthehighcountry.org, you will see the schedule for the current month.
Shabbat Services Schedule for the Month of April
Services will be held on:
Sat. Mar. 29 at 10:30am
Fri. Apr. 4 at 7pm-Conducted by Hillel
Sat. Apr. 12 at 10:30am
Sat. Apr. 19 at 10:30am
Fri. Apr. 25 at 7 PM led by Rabbi Roberts
Sat. Apr. 26 at 10:30am Bar Mitzvah of Ethan Hoffman conducted by Rabbi Roberts and Chuck Lieberman- Followed by Torah study and pot luck luncheon
NEW TEMPLE POLICIES
Because of increased costs of operating a building, dues are being raised to $175 from the current $125.
We will be issuing membership cards for High Holiday Services this year. The membership cards will be sent to you after membership is paid. You must have your membership card to be seated at all High Holiday services, with the exception of Yiskor service on Yom KIppur afternoon.
The Temple of the High Country, a Reform Congregation is located in downtown Boone, close to Appalachian State University. It is a stop on the route of AppalCart, Boone’s free public transportation system. Its accessibility makes it an ideal location for residents, faculty and students. The congregation encompasses many surrounding communities, including Banner Elk, Beech Mountain, Blowing Rock, Jefferson, Lenoir, Linville Ridge, Newland, Pineola, Seven Devils, Sugar Mountain and Valle Crucis. There is ample parking. Boone is a central point for Watauga, Avery, Ashe, Wilkes, and Caldwell Counties.
The Temple of the High Country/Schaefer Jewish Community Center houses events enjoyed by Hillel, which is the ASU campus Jewish organization, Jewish symposiums, film festivals and community events. Bonnie and Jamie Schaefer have generously contributed $1,000,000 as the “seed money” to make this happen. Please join us for services on Friday evenings at 7:00.