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High Holidays Services, 5782

High Holidays 2022/5783

Beit Am is planning our customary schedule of in-person High Holiday services, with Zoom access for those who prefer to join us virtually. COVID-19 precautions and mitigation measures will depend on the current public health conditions. Please watch your email for announcements as we get closer to the holidays. Thank you in advance for your flexibility as we work to plan a meaningful High Holiday experience that is accessible to the community and includes reasonable COVID-19 precautions.

Beit Am’s High Holiday services are open to all our members and their guests. No tickets or advanced registration is required. We extend a special invitation to local college students, faculty, and staff to attend our High Holiday activities. Non-members may contact the Beit Am office for more information about attending services.

  • Masks are required for all attendees and must be worn at all times at Beit Am. We request that you select a well-fitting mask and not wear only a face shield
  • Please do not attend in-person if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have recently tested positive for the coronavirus, or have been advised to quarantine or isolate by your healthcare provider or public health authority. 

All services (except Tashlikh) are at Beit Am. Zoom links will be provided closer to the service dates. 

Also note that the attachments at the bottom of this page provide forms for adding a name to our Book of Remembrance published for the High Holidays and.or for ordering lulav and etrog for Sukkot.

September 25, Sunday, Erev Rosh Hashanah

Candle lighting and services, 7:00 pm

 

September 26, Monday, Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Morning services, 9:00 am

Children’s programming 10:00 am - noon, open to everybody regardless of Beit Midrash enrollment; more details to be announced via email.

Outdoor activity, 3:30 pm, at the Walnut Barn in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park (map) including shofar sounding and youth and family programming. Tashlich to follow at 4:30 pm. All are invited to join us afterward for a snack/picnic. BYO food with apples, honey, and light refreshments provided by Beit Am. More details to follow via email.

 

September 27, Tuesday, Rosh Hashanah Day 2

Morning services, 9:00 am, potluck oneg to follow

 

October 1, Saturday

Shabbat Shuvah Services, 10:00 am

 

October 4, Tuesday,. Erev Yom Kippur

Candle lighting and Kol Nidre services begin at 6:15 pm

 

October 5, Wednesday, Yom Kippur

Morning services, 9:00 am

Children’s programming 10:00 am - noon, open to everybody regardless of Beit Midrash enrollment, more details to be announced via email

Study session with Rabbi Phil at Beit Am following services, approximately 1:00 pm

Yizkor memorial service, 5:00 pm

Children’s programming, 5:30 - 6:30 pm (concurrent with Minchah, everybody is invited to stay for concluding services afterward)

Minchah, 5:30 pm

Ne’ilah, 6:30 pm

Havdalah, 7:30 pm

Community break-the-fast following Havdalah, more details TBD pending COVID-19 circumstances.

 

 

 

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