Important High Holiday Information
Yom Kippur Customs
It is a custom to wear white on Yom Kippur. We wear white clothes to symbolize forgiveness. It is moving to come to a service where everyone is wearing white. Please help us create this atmosphere and consider wearing white to Kol Nidrei and all day.
Refrain from Wearing Leather
Along with fasting, there is a tradition on Yom Kippur not to wear leather. This is a sign of compassion for other living things. If you wish to observe this custom, feel free to wear any kind of non-leather shoes or sneakers.
Day Services: Additional parking for day services is available behind St. Augustine Catholic Church; pass the Hebrew Center, turn right, turn right at next street - parking lot is on the right.
Evening Services: Additional parking for evening services is available at Tisbury School; pass the Hebrew Center turn left, turn right at corner, parking lot is on the left.