Temple Beth-El High Holy Days 5780/2019

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Welcome the New Year of 5780 with High Holy Days at Temple Beth-El! Tickets are complimentary but required per service and per attendee.

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Erev Rosh Hashanah – An evening service combining traditional and contemporary elements to announce and celebrate the arrival of the new Jewish year. We affirm both the intimate and the transcendent presence of the Holy as we relate to God both as a parent (Avinu) and as a sovereign (Malkeinu).

Rosh Hashanah Morning – Highlights of the morning service for the New Year include the Sounding of the Shofar, reading the Story of the Binding of Isaac from the Torah, and a combination of music, poetry and prayer that lifts up our souls with joy.

Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day – A more intimate service fulfilling the tradition of a two-day celebration of the New Year (even in Israel!), with a contemporary prayer booklet that highlights the themes of the Holy Days through both stories and traditional prayers – including the Sounding of the Shofar.

Kol Nidre – On the Eve of Yom Kippur, Kol Nidre takes its name from the dramatic prayer that begins the observance of the Day of Atonement. Steeped in tradition, and illuminated by contemporary interpretative poetry, this service preserves what in ancient and casts it into the modern world in which we live.

Yom Kippur Morning – The High Holy Day prayerbook presents many different voices, metaphors and ideas as each of us is prompted to consider our behavior patterns, specific actions and thoughts from the previous year, make corrections and work on improving ourselves and our relationships in the year ahead.

Yom Kippur Yizkor – Immediately following the morning service, this annual Memorial Service provide the traditional space to remember loved ones who died in the past year, and those who once lived and left a legacy for us to treasure. The exquisite tones of our harpist and soloist touch in places deep within and allow us to give voice to our grief and our memories, both aloud and within our hearts.

Yom Kippur Afternoon & Neilah – Yom Kippur is day with spiritual practices and prayers that take us through the cycle of life, the encounter with death, and the return to life again, renewed, and empowered to live guided by our values and be our highest self. The Afternoon & Neilah service offer the uplifting experience that takes us out of the depths and turns us toward the light of a new day. Ending we a final blast of the Shofar, we hear the call and complete our return.

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