High Holy Days

During the High Holy Days Season — from S’lichot through Simchat Torah — we look forward to an inspiring and enriching experience with Rabbi Kupetz, Cantor Buch, the TBI Choir and the many TBI Members who participate in services. Our High Holy Days Season service schedule is shown on the next page.

The schedule shows that tickets are required only for the Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur evening and morning services. All are welcome to attend the other services shown.

TBI members receive High Holy Days Tickets as a benefit of membership. In addition, TBI will provide complimentary High Holy Days Tickets for one year to those persons who live in the community around TBI who have not previously been TBI members or have not previously received local guest tickets. Those who receive local guest tickets are asked to:

  1. provide their names, address, and phone number so that the TBI Membership Committee can contact you, and;
  2. provide a monetary donation. This donation will be applied to your membership pledge if you should choose to join. Please contact the TBI Office or call 909.626.1277 to obtain these tickets.

Families with small children are invited to attend our Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur Day Family Services at 2:00 pm. In addition there will be childrens’ programs on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur mornings. These programs require pre-registration only. The programs are free of charge. Also our Sukkot and Simchat Torah Evening Services are family friendly.

We want to reach out to those who are currently unaffiliated as well as those who have never been affiliated with a synagogue. We welcome you with open arms and we will be happy to address any questions you might have. Hopefully, you will find the feelings of warmth and closeness at our High Holy Days Season services to be representative of our entire congregation.

May the new year bring health and happiness to each of you and your loved ones.

L’shalom,
Temple Beth Israel

 

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