Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, begins in the evening on Friday, and the Jewish Center of the Hamptons will mark the start of the High Holy Days with a 5:30 service at Main Beach, weather permitting, or in a tent set up on the synagogue's grounds in case of inclement weather.
Services continue on Saturday morning of Sept. 16 at 10 in the tent. There will be a family service that day at 2:30 p.m. in the Jewish Center's sanctuary, and at 4 p.m., tashlich, the symbolic casting of sins into the water, will be at Main Beach. In case of rain, that will take place on Sept. 17. Rosh Hashana services will also be held in the tent that day
In-person services require tickets, which members and nonmembers can buy at jcoh.org. Services can also be watched virtually. Registration is required on the website and there is no charge to tune in this way, but those who attend virtually are given the option to make a donation when they sign up.
Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor will hold services Friday from 7:30 to 8:30. On Saturday, they will take place throughout the day, with a morning service at 10, two family services at 3 p.m., and the tashlich and shofar blowing at Havens Beach at 4:15. A second-day service on Sunday will begin at 10 a.m.
Gesher | The Bridge Shul will offer services at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor and over Zoom starting Friday with an evening service at 6:30. The next day's morning service will be at 9:30. On Sunday, Sept. 17, the morning service will be at 9:30, and the tashlich will be cast off from Sag Harbor's Long Wharf at 2 p.m.