Temple Rodeph Torah: Where tradition meets innovation
Please join us for our High Holiday services
Registration for non-members begins July 15, 2019. Tickets for our NEW, innovative and traditional services are also available for FREE to anyone 35 years old or younger, or any active member of the US Military. Check out our informative info-graphic on celebrating the High Holidays at TRT.
See our Special Offer for families with children entering grades K-6
(available July 15, 2019)
- NEW, innovative services; traditional services also available
- FREE tickets for anyone 35 years old or younger, or any active member of the US Military. More info
- Children’s services are FREE and open to the entire community.
- Many other services are open to the entire community. Check this schedule for details,
- Tickets are still available for all services. Order now!
This year, come spend the High Holidays with family and friends,
and the friends you haven’t met yet.
Innovative and Traditional Services
This Rosh Hashanah morning – you can pick from two different services:
- Our traditional Rosh Hashanah service at 8:30 a.m.
A Reform service featuring Hebrew and English reading, a mixture of traditional and contemporary High Holiday melodies accompanied by piano .
- Or rock on at our 11 a.m. Rock Hashanah service
Rock Hashanah will be a mostly musical service with a mixture of traditional melodies and Rock Shabbat melodies, and holiday melodies not yet heard at TRT. The service will also feature the hands-free worship experience utilizing our Visual T’filah projection screens. Come for the band, stay for the prayer. More info.
We hope that whatever you choose, you choose to join us at TRT and celebrate the birthday of the world. We hope that you will join us in voice (and in song) as we lift our prayers to God, and connect you to the Jewish People and to the Rosh Hashanah missions of celebration and T’shuvah (return or repentence).
Yom Kippur will also feature a unique experience during the afternoon. At 3:30 p.m., join us for a free and open to the public worship we are calling “Sacred Texting.” Share thoughts with fellow congregants and experience Yom Kippur in a new 21st Century way! More info
All of our High Holidays services are held at Marlboro High School, on Route 79 in Marlboro, NJ. Tashlich, held at Lake Topanemus in Freehold, is the only exception. Click here for a complete schedule of services.
Our children’s services are free and open to the public. Please join us for Rosh Hashanah children’s services on Monday, September 30 at 2:30 p.m., and for Yom Kippur at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 9. Pre-registration is not required.
Anyone 35 years old or younger, or any active member of the US military, may request free High Holiday tickets via this form. Note that tickets must be requested by September 10, 2019, and are required for entry to our services.
High Holiday tickets are available for purchase from the Temple Office or by filling out this High Holiday Registration form. Please call the Temple Office at (732) 308-0055 weekdays between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. for more information.