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High Holy Days
Temple Beth Israel will conduct a full schedule of High Holy Day services in our sanctuary this year, beginning with Erev Rosh Hashanah on Shabbat evening, September 15, at 7:30 p.m. see our full schedule below. TBI members receive admission tickets to services and are entitled to limited guest privileges as part of their membership. We also welcome first-time guests to our services at no charge (donations appreciated) with pre-arrangement through the TBI Office. Otherwise, TBI does not promote or sell tickets to our High Holy Day worship.
We also provide opportunities to attend our High Holy Day services virtually. TBI members receive the link to those events via email. If you wish to attend virtually and are not currently affiliated with our community, please contact the TBI Office.
In addition, we will conduct our outdoor Tashlich gathering on Saturday afternoon at 4pm. See below for details.
Families with younger children are invited to attend our Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur Day Family Services at 2:00 pm. in our sanctuary, regardless of membership status.
Please note that all attendees at in person worship at our facility will be required to undergo security screening prior to entering.
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 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, even during these unusual times, of our entire congregation.
May the new year bring health and happiness to each of you and your loved ones, along with good health and sweetness.