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High Holy Days
Sponsor Congregation Ner Tamid
Type of Event Religious Services
Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
Description Congregation Ner Tamid, a young and growing dynamic West Cobb Reform Jewish congregation, is celebrating their sixth High Holy Days as a congregation this year. Services will be led by Rabbi Thomas P. Liebschutz, D.D., D. Min., and held in borrowed space at Christ Lutheran Church, 176 West Sandtown Rd, Marietta, GA 30064. Non-member tickets, $72, may be purchased at or by calling 678-264-8575.  Reservations are requested as only a limited number of tickets are available. Call to determine availability. Ticket fees may be applied to a membership in Congregation Ner Tamid. Child Care is available at daytime services for a small fee. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins at sundown on Wednesday evening September 28th. Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, will start with Kol Nidre services at sundown on Friday evening October 7th. Yizkor, the Jewish Memorial Service, will be held Saturday afternoon, October 8th. 4:15pm, and is open to the public without tickets. A Community Potluck Break Fast is also included after Yom Kippur Concluding Services. For more information about obtaining tickets, schedule of monthly services open to all, joining the congregation, and several programs for the community, including Religious/Hebrew School & Adult Education, visit or call 678-264-8575.  We have a wonderfully energetic, well-run Religious School of over 65 students, a developed B'nai Mitzvah program, regularly scheduled Family Services and Tot Shabbats. Youth and Teen programs will also be held throughout the year. A developing program of activities for the Fifty and Over crowd is also in place.
Date/Dates September 28 2011 - October 08 2011
Times 7:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Street Address 176 W Sandtown Rd
(Mail: PO Box 795 Marietta 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 Young Children, Women, Teens, Singles, People of All Faiths, Parents of Children in Interfaith Relationships, Parents, Men, Grandparents, Gay/Lesbian, Families, Couples, College Students, Adult Children of Interfaith Relationships
People who are interested in Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Synagogues and the Jewish Community, Spirituality