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Early bird requests taken until July 24.  
Final date to submit ticket requests - August 10. 
Tickets mailed - August 29.
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High Holiday Seat Reservations
Join us for the High Holidays! Please reserve seats for your whole party at once.  You can only requests seats online one time.  If you need to add seats at a later time, pleas contact Stevie Friedman. 
Early Bird rates are in effect July 1 - 24. 
If these prices are prohibitive, please contact our office and we will accommodate your needs.
Pricing is listed as early bird/standard.
  • Input names exactly as you'd like them to appear on tickets. 
  • Use dropdown menu to indicate location request for each person in your party.
  • Use Notes field to make requests regarding seating location preference (please give a few options, see layout of Epstein here and Abramson here) and next/near to whom you'd like to be seated. (e.g. Front Right near Goldberg family) 
    Everyone in your party will be seated together unless otherwise requested.  Every effort will be made to accommodate requests.
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Yizkor Book 
Our Yizkor Memorial Book will be published for Yom Kippur each year, and will then be available in shul for the other times Yizkor service is recited (Shmini Atzeret, 8th Day of Pesach, 2nd Day Shavuot).  People are encouraged to take the books with them after shul on Shavuot as a keepsake of those in their family who have been memorialized in the book.
We will have a memorial page for the members we lost this year, and encourage each person to contribute the names of their family members and friends.  While it is traditional to say Yizkor for immediate family members (parents, siblings, spouse, children), so many more people impact our lives on a daily basis such as grandparents, aunts & uncles, friends, and cousins, and so the book has been designed to be inclusive for as many your loved ones as you’d like to include.
Debra Band, a longtime Beth Sholom member, Judaic artist and published author, is bring her talents to this project in order to enhance the book in a way that will bring kavod (honor) to those memorized in the book and bring meaning to the Yizkor service for those using the book.
Lulav and Etrog Sales
Purchase your lulav and etrog sets now. Proceeds from each set will be used to support Youth Programming at Beth Sholom. Lulav and Etrog orders will be taken until Friday, September 7, 2018.
   Medium Set ($54.00)
   Large Set ($65.00)
   Deluxe Set ($80.00)
   Hoshanas Bundle ($5.00)

 

 
High Holiday registration for 2018 begins on July 1st.
 
Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur at Beth Sholom is a wonderful way for you to get to know our shul! We have over 1200 adults and youth davening in three different Minyanim. 
 
Traditional Service (Epstein Sanctuary) This service, featuring chazzan Abe Cherrick, will include familiar tunes in a traditional mode accompanied by commentary and explanation by Rabbi Antine and Rabbanit Fruchter, who will be present for most of the service.
Participatory Service (Abramson Social Hall) This service, led by various lay chazzanim and Rabbi Aaron Frank, will feature ruach (spirit), singing, and dancing. The service will also include introductions and explanations of the various prayers from Rabbi Aaron Frank.
Sephardic Service (Bobrow Chapel) This service, led by a professional Sephardic chazzan, is a Sephardic Edot Mizrach minyan.
 
All services feature sermons from Beth Sholom Clergy. Additionally, during Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, join us for a two-hour Guided High Holiday Experience​, which will include pieces from the traditional liturgy, meditation, reflection, Shofar blasts, and discussion. Don’t know Hebrew? No fear! The program will balance traditional texts in Hebrew with plenty of explanation and guidance in English and will be accessible and easy to follow.
 
A note on inclusion: Need special accommodations or have specific accessibility concerns? Please email sfriedman@bethsholom.org. Service dogs welcome. 
 
Tue, July 17 2018 5 Av 5778