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Welcome to All Things High Holy Days 2022/5783
As we enter our peak season of togetherness, inspiration, and renewal, we are looking forward to being together in-person and online for the High Holy Days. For everything you need to know about this year’s High Holy Days (service times and descriptions, guest passes, livestreaming, parking, nametags, and more), please click here:  HIGH HOLY DAYS 2022/5783 


If you are planning to attend IN-PERSON, let us know you are coming and   



Our online services are livestreamed on our WEBSITE or on FACEBOOK.


Read our High Holy Day Program here.



"June 29, 2022: It was one week ago that the Supreme Court issued the ruling of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, overturning that which for five decades has been a constitutional right– the right of a woman to terminate pregnancy. . .As a human being, a father of a daughter and husband to a wife, and a rabbi I find the ramifications of this ruling inhuman and massively abusive. And while I know I stand with the great majority in a progressive community such as our own, I nonetheless wish to share a word from my rabbinic perspective."


Read Rabbi Soffer's full letter: 

"Rabbinic Reflections on the Overturning of Roe v. Wade."




 COVID-19 PROTOCOL as of August 15th

  • Vaccinations required; no proof needed.
  • No limit on size of gatherings; no sign-ups required.
  • Masks required for all worship & large congregational event. (KN95 preferred)
  • Mask-optional for in-person, indoor gatherings of 25 or fewer, although strongly encouraged.

As always, we trust our community to act in the best interest of all to keep our staff and community safe and these protocols could change. If you are at all concerned about being in-person — feeling sick or concerned that you have COVID or an exposure — please err on the side of “an abundance of caution” and stay home for the time being. For more details about policies, read HERE.

SHABBAT SERVICES AS OF August 15th, 2022: Shabbat Services will continue to mixed presence (in-person & online) in the Sanctuary. We require masks for indoor worship and vaccinations. Sign-ups are no longer required. Questions: contact Jodi Lampley, Executive Assistant at

All policies are subject to change.

You can access Judea Reform's virtual programs

on Facebook or on our website

Live Streaming made possible by the Daniel Weiss Fund



In the event of an illness, death, or other emergency please contact our after-hours answering service at 305-940-4241 



Find us at 1933 West Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC 27705.
Contact us at 919-489-7062.
For our hours, a map, and other information, click here.

Wed, September 28 2022 3 Tishrei 5783