Welcome to Temple of the High Country

Schaefer Jewish Community Center

                           Friday, Sept. 30, Shabbat service
               online only via Zoom due to inclement weather

                                SHABBAT SERVICES VIA ZOOM &
                                            IN-PERSON WITH

                              PROOF OF VACCINATION & BOOSTER 
              Children over the age of 5 are required to show proof of full vaccination,
         & adults over the age of 18, must show proof of full vaccination plus booster
                             *Children under 5 can attend with a vaccinated caregiver

                                           MASKS ARE OPTIONAL

                                                         

Every Friday we conduct services at 6:00 p.m. in Person & via Zoom
Zoom Information will be emailed to our current group email list

Schedule of Services is Below
You can review this week’s portion at the Reform Judaism website: https://reformjudaism.org/  

 Online Shabbat Prayer Books/Siddurs
Mishkan T'filah for Shabbat - Central Conference of American Rabbis

www.ccarnet.org or

Online Flip Bookhttps://www.ccarnet.org/publications/resources-repaginated/#
Then click on the first Shabbat Book Photo or the word flipbook to the right of the photo

Weekly Shabbat Services, Programs & Events                                   
Friday, September 30 at 6:00 p.m. - ONLINE VIA ZOOM ONLY Due to Inclement Weather
                                                                Sisterhood Conducts Shabbat Shuva
                                                                Service, Parshat Vayeilech

Most Thursday Mornings at 6:00 AM - Shacharit Service at the TOHC 
Contact Chuck Lieberman for Details (828) 964-2030
The service is brief and a wonderful way to start the day! - Putting on Tefillin is optional
Click Here for Shabbat Service Recordings or Click on the Shabbat Recordings Tab on Top

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Rabbi Alty Leads Yom Kippur Services with a Choir & Musicians
                                          In-person & Via Zoom

Tuesday, October 4 at 6:00 p.m. - Erev Yom Kippur Kol Nidre Service
Wednesday, October 5 at 10:00 a.m. - Yom Kippur Day Shacharit Service
Wednesday, October 5 at 5:00 p.m. - Yom Kippur Yizkor-N’eilah Service
A Break-the-Fast will be Provided at the Conclusion of the Yizkor-N’eilah Service
If you would like to bring a dairy kugel or a dessert, please let Elaine Rothenberg know
erothenberg1@gmail.com

PARKING
Handicap parking is in the Temple's lower parking lot. 
Drop off is under the porte cochere/awning.
OVERFLOW PARKING is ACROSS the ROAD on POPLAR GROVE CONNECTOR in the
HUMAN SERVICES/SENIOR CENTER PARKING LOT DURING THE TIMES BELOW

Tuesday, October 4, 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm        Wednesday, October 5, 9:30 am - 10:30 pm
*You will be ticketed if you park in their lot at other times

Please park furthest from the building as a courtesy employees & clients of the agencies.
-Membership Cards are given out in the lobby when you arrive for a HHD service.
-Non-members will wait about 15 minutes for members to be seated & then can come in for services.
-Please be prepared to show proof of Covid vaccination & booster.

-The Zoom link will be sent in emails.
FOOD DRIVE
It has been the tradition of the TOHC to help support the Hunger and Health Coalition during the High Holy Days.
-Donations of non-perishable food items can be brought to any of the services and left in our lobby area. 
-Large paper shopping bags will be available for you to take and return filled with food for the needy of our community. 
-In addition, checks made out to the Hunger and Health Coalition can be given to any Board Member or usher.  
**Please DO NOT make checks out to the Temple.

We look forward to spending these very special & significant days with you!
Friday, October 7 at 6:00 p.m. – ASU’s Hillel Conducts Kabbalat Shabbat Service
                                                          Parshat Ha’Azinu
Friday, October 14 at 6:00 p.m. - Rabbi Alty Conducts Kabbalat Shabbat Service
                                                          4th Int. Day of Sukkot
Friday, October 21 at 6:00 p.m. - Rabbi Alty Conducts Kabbalat Shabbat Service
                                                           Parshat Beresh
Friday, October 28 at 6:00 p.m. - Rabbi Alty Conducts Kabbalat Shabbat Service,
                                                           Parshat Noach

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INTRODUCING OUR NEW RABBI 

 "RABBI ALTY" 


​​Rabbi Alty Weinreb is Both a Rabbi and a Cantor  
He brings music, joy and scholarship into his services that engage the entire family

    Rabbi Alty's Office Hours at the Temple are:
        Tuesdays and  Wednesdays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m

& Will Alternate Each Week for Thursday & Friday
Meeting Times

             Make an Appointment via Email rabbialtytemple@gmail.com to Meet with Rabbi Alty! 
 
 

         (Click Here or on the Education Tab for a Schedule of His Classes)

                                                                                     

 
   Bonnie & Jamie Schaefer 

      
  1043 West King Street, Boone, NC 28607
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2895, Boone, NC 28607
828-266-9777
 templeofthehighcountry@gmail.com

Office Hours
Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. 
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                                                 Ruth & Stan Etkin Education Wing 

          

 

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If  you are interested in the Czech Torah Scrolls taken during WWII, please go to the following website
Czech Memorial Scrolls Trust Web Page Further information can be seen on the website “Find Our Scrolls”  
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The Caring Committee

Do you know a member of the congregation who is ill, grieving, or has had a life cycle event occur? Please let us know.

                  Sisterhood Has a Well Stocked Gift Shop!
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                                      at 917-270-1632

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Temple of the High Country Mission

Our mission is to be a spiritual, educational, and social home for our Jewish community, and to enhance the lives of our congregants and community at large. As we embrace our Jewish traditions, we are able to support one another through times of sadness and joy as well as further the Jewish vision of worldwide justice and peace.