Donation Form for

High Holidays, Membership and Yizkor Book

(2 pages)

Please mail your Yizkor Book names and check

by Oct. 1st 

Join Us!


Sunday, Sept. 29th - 7 p.m. ~ Service followed by Kiddush with apples & honey and schmoozing


Monday, Sept. 30th  - 10 a.m. - Service 

11:00 a.m. ~ Children's Service and Activity* 

1:15 p.m. ~ Community Potluck Lunch                          

2:00 p.m. ~ Walk to Community Park North for Tashlich



Tuesday, Oct. 8th  - 6:30 p.m. ~ Kol Nidre with cellist


Wednesday, Oct. 9th - 10 a.m. ~ Service

11:00 a.m. ~ Children's Service and Activity*      

1:15 p.m. ~ Yizkor Service                                                                                    5:15 - 6:15 p.m. ~ The Book of Jonah                                                                        6:30 ~ Minchah, Neilah, Havdalah and Potluck break-the-fast

*Please RSVP to with the name, gender, and age of your child by Wednesday, Sept. 25 for Rosh Hashanah and Thursday, Oct. 3 for Yom Kippur.  Drop-ins are also welcome!  Children under 6 must be accompanied by a parent or adult family member.  Restrooms are located downstairs next to Classroom 1, where the service will be.  Everyone must sign in.  All children must be supervised by an adult, and may not wander around the building or grounds. 




Everyone is invited to our communal potlucks in the UUCP lobby.  Reusable plates, cups and utensils will be provided.  Members and guests can bring vegan, vegetarian, dairy or fish dishes of 6 or more servings to share with the community, according to their last names as detailed below.  A list of ingredients (or even the recipe) will be appreciated, especially by those who have dietary restrictions or allergies.  Even if you are unable to bring a dish, you can feed your appetite, soul and curiosity.  There’s always room for everyone, and you can meet friends, new people, and speak with Rabbi Maurice.   

            ROSH HASHANAH

Last names starting with

A-G:  beverage or dessert                                                           

H-P:  salad or fruit                                                    

Q-Z:  entrée, grains, beans or vegetables     


YOM KIPPUR                                                  

Last names starting with

A-G:  entrée, grains, beans or vegetables

H-P:  beverage or dessert

Q-Z:  salad or fruit

The UUCP composts all food scraps.  Clear your plate in the designated pail and put it in the sink.  Recycle bins for glass, cans and #1 & #2 plastic are in the kitchen under the counter to the left of the sink.

String of Pearls ~

Princeton Reconstructionist Synagogue

Founded in 1992

Contact Us

Mailing Address

 as of Dec. 2019

P.O. Box 3332

Princeton, NJ 08543

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String of Pearls Congregation