High Holy Days
We look forward to observing the High Holiday Season
Rosh Hashanah Sept. 18/19 & Yom Kippur Sept. 27/28
This year Temple Beth-El’s High Holy Day services, learning and programming will be presented on our streaming platforms. Despite our great desire to be physically together at Temple, the current health concerns related to COVID-19 prohibit us from doing this safely. Instead, we like other Reform Congregations around the world, will fulfill our religious obligations in this way.
The High Holy Days present us with the opportunity to reflect on the past year, consider where we missed the mark and commit ourselves to a better future. We look forward to welcoming 5781 with you during this most unusual time.
High Holy Days
We are streaming Services Online
During the High Holy Days we will use the Prayer Books Mishkan HaNefesh and Mishkan HaLev. These prayerbooks are available online, although you may find it helpful to purchase a copy of the books to follow along from CCAR Press . The books are also available for Kindle here.
In order to follow the service online, it is suggested that you use an additional device to follow along from the prayer book.
The online prayer books can be found at:
Mishkan HaNefesh for Yom Kippur
Zoom Registration Links
All of our High Holy Day services will be live-streamed on our website as well as our Roku and YouTube channels. The following services will also be available on Zoom. Please click on the link to register to join us on Zoom for these services. Registration is required.
Temple Beth-El welcomes all guests to join us online for all of our services. We encourage those eligible for membership to complete an application or by contacting Joel Swedlove 210-733-9135 ext. 151. Donations in appreciation for joining us for services are welcomed and can be made at HHD donations.
Bake your own delicious Rosh Hashanah challah with these recipes from Cantor Berlin.