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West Cobb's Fifth Annual High Holy Days
Sponsor Congregation Ner Tamid
Type of Event Religious Services
Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
Description Congregation Ner Tamid, a growing and dynamic West Cobb Reform Jewish congregation, is celebrating their fifth High Holy Days this year. Formed in May of 2006 to service the needs of West Cobb, Paulding, Douglas, Cherokee counties and surrounding areas, the congregation has steadily grown to offer regularly scheduled Friday and Saturday Shabbat services, Religious School serving over 65 students, a B'nai Mitzvah program, and social groups for youth, teens, adults and the fifty plus crowd. "With the Jewish New Year around the corner, we welcome you to attend our services, enroll your children in our religious school and make Congregation Ner Tamid your spiritual home. I know you will like what you find. Becoming part of our young congregation will provide you with a network of friends many of whom will soon feel like extended family," says head Rabbi Tom Liebschutz, who has worked with the congregation since its inception. Ner Tamid invites you join them for the High Holy Days this year, held off of Dallas Highway in Marietta. Tickets will be open to the public for $72 per person to attend all services for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Ner Tamid’s community potluck break fast. Childcare for ages 2-6 is available for a small additional fee. Only a limited number of tickets are available; tickets are not available at the door. Call to determine availability after September 1st. High Holy Days begin with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, at 7:00 on Wednesday evening September 8th.
Date/Dates September 08 2010 - September 18 2010
Times 07:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Cost 72, may be applied to membership
Street Address 176 W Sandtown Road
(Mail: Box 795, Marietta GA 30060) Google Map
Location Marietta, GA 30064 United States
Contact Information
Contact Name Georgia Retiree
Phone Number (678) 264-8575
Additional Information
Religion Jewish - Reform
Audience Adult Children of Interfaith Relationships, College Students, Couples, Families, Gay/Lesbian, Grandparents, Men, Parents, Parents of Children in Interfaith Relationships, People of All Faiths, Singles, Teens, Women, Young Children
People who are interested in Spirituality, Synagogues and the Jewish Community, Shabbat and Other Holidays, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur