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High Holidays Services, 5784

High Holidays 2023/5784

Beit Am is planning our customary schedule of in-person High Holiday services, with Zoom access for those who prefer to join us virtually. High Holiday services Zoom links are published in the weekly What’s Up bulletin, as well as on the members only side of the website calendar. 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.

Overflow parking on Erev Rosh Hashanah and first day Rosh Hashanah services will be available at the LDS church parking lot. Please follow signs and our parking lot volunteers to make sure everybody is able to navigate the parking lot safely. 

On the second day of Rosh Hashanah, the church lot will not be available to Beit Am. We don’t anticipate the Beit Am lot will fill up, but you are able to carpool or take alternative transportation, that will help with parking availability. 

More details about High Holiday programming and volunteer needs will follow by email as we get closer to the holidays. Please review Beit Am’s current guidelines at to protect the health of our members and guests.

During the lead up to High Holidays and Yom Kippur, if you want to hear the shofar, visit Hear the Shofar!

All services (except Tashlich) are at Beit Am. 

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

September 15, Friday

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Candle lighting and services, 7:00 pm

September 16, Saturday

Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Morning services, 9:00 am, luncheon to follow (provided by Beit Am with community contributions)

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

September 17, Sunday

Rosh Hashanah Day 2

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

Tashlich, 4:30 pm (see the What's Up or announcement emails for location)

September 24, Sunday

Erev Yom Kippur

Candle lighting and Kol Nidre services begin at 6:45 pm

September 25, Monday

Yom Kippur

Morning services, 9:00 am

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

Study session with Rabbi Phil in Beit Am library and over Zoom following services, approximately 1:00 pm 

Meditation/contemplative practice, 4:00 pm

Yizkor memorial service, 5:00 pm

Children’s programming TBA

Minchah, 5:45 pm

Ne’ilah, 6:45 pm

Havdalah, 7:45 pm

Community break-the-fast following Havdalah (provided by Beit Am with community contributions)





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