Help Us Send "Shaloha From Hawaii!"

The 92nd Y has invited Temple Emanu-El to be one of ten Jewish communities around the world to send a global Rosh Hashanah greeting.

Using our Facebook page on Thursday, September 10, Temple Emanu-El along with communities in Australia, Africa, Europe, Los Angeles New York will send the following blessing:

May we move the world with our commitment and our voice. May those you love live in health and may there be well-being within your communities and peace in your cities. #NewYearPrayer

We ask each member of Temple Emanu-El and the greater Oahu Jewish communities to help us share our Shaloha in either:

A video clip reflecting the words of the above New Year's blessing combined with Shaloha or simply showing what Shaloha looks like. Here are the guidelines:

          *The clip can be between 10-60 seconds long
          *It can have sound or no sound (depending on the sound quality we may or may not add music
            underneath the clip
          *You can use a video camera, go pro or smart phone (please hold your smart phone horizontally
            while filming)

Or a photo reflecting the words of the global New Year's blessing above combined with Shaloha, or simply showing what Shaloha looks like. We will use the photos to create photo galleries with added music.

Please send your video clip or photo by the evening of Monday, September 7, 2015 to hawaiiken@gmail.com or call 595-7521 for more  information.

NON-MEMBER HIGH HOLY DAY TICKET REQUEST

Temple Emanu-El is pleased to offer tickets to nonā€members for the High Holy Days. Should you consider the option to join as members during the year and had paid for High Holy Days passes, we will be very happy to credit that amount to your membership. If you would like to consider membership, please email the executivedirector@shaloha.com or call (808) 595-7521 and we will make the process very easy for you.

There is a great opportunity to get to know the Temple Emanu-El family. We look forward to spending this High Holy Day season with you! Tickets may be purchased for $125 each for all individuals over the age of 18 years old for each set of High Holy Days Services. Children under the age of 18 do not need tickets. Passes are free for all enlisted military and family and for students. The $125 is a suggested amount, but as we do not deny entrance based on financial inability to pay, we are grateful for any amount that you deem appropriate.

Please click the Donate button to pay for your pass and indicate in the memo field which set of services and the names of the attendees. Name badges will be prepared which serve as the passes.

High Holy Days Services 2015/ 5776

Sunday, September 13
7:30 PM Rosh HaShanah Evening Service featuring the High Holy Days Choir conducted by Sangeet Gellhorn 

Monday, September 14
10:00 AM Rosh HaShanah Morning Service

3:00 PM "A Birthday Party for the World" at Magic Island Beach Park (Rosh HaShanah program for families with children ages 2-12)

4:00 PM Tashlich & Potluck at Magic Island Beach Park

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Tuesday, September 22
7:30 PM Kol Nidre Service
featuring the High Holy Days Choir conducted by Sangeet Gellhorn (child care available)

Wednesday, September 23
10:00 AM Yom Kippur Morning Service  (child care available)

1:00 PM Yom Kippur Afternoon Presentation

3:00 PM "Being a Better Me" (Yom Kippur program for families with children ages 2-12) in Sanctuary

4:00 PM Yom Kippur Afternoon Torah & Haftarah Readings

Yizkor Service- "I Remember..."

N'ilah Service

7:00 PM Break The Fast

Unlikely Liberators Exhibit Running August 21-September 6

Unlikely Liberators 


The remarkable story of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion

and the liberation of the Dachau Death March 

  

 

A photo exhibit curated by military historian, Eric Saul, documents the encounters between

Nazi concentration camp prisoners and Nisei soldiers of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion.

The 522nd was part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, a segregated unit made up

primarily of Japanese Americans who fought valiantly for the U.S. in World War II.  

In the war's closing days, the 522nd came across sub-camps of the Dachau complex.

                  GIs from the 522nd - some of whom had volunteered from U.S. "internment camps" where
                  their families were imprisoned - came face to face with and assisted the sub-camp survivors.

 

Exhibit Schedule:

 

August 20 - September 6, 2015:     Temple Emanu-El

  

M-F: 9am-5pm            Sat.-Sun: 10am-5pm

 

For more information call: 971-1060

 

 

 

 

SJS Begins Year Sunday August 30 - Jewish experiences create Jewish lives!

Help your children cultivate their Jewish identity by doing Jewish.

Register today for our Sunday program (SJS, for Kingergarten-7th grade) and our Wednesday program (Kadima for 4th-7th graders). Click the link for more information and to register!


 

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