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Celebrate High Holy Days with Us

In Judaism High Holy Days more properly known as the Yamim Noraim "Days of Awe" mean the period of ten days including the holidays of Rosh Hashanah "Jewish New Year" and Yom Kippur "Day of Atonement". We invite you to celebrate High Holy Days at Beth David Congregation.

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High Holy Days Schedule

SELICHOT - Saturday, September 21

7:00PM Temple Israel Letting Go & Moving Forward: Selichot Workship
     

EREV ROSH HASHANAH - Sunday, September 29

7:00PM

Scher Chapel

Erev Rosh Hashanah Service

     

ROSH HASHANAH DAY 1 - Monday, September 30

9:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Rosh Hashanah Service*

10:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Children's Torah Processional & Singing

10:30AM

Scher Chapel

Children's Service

11:30AM

Cafeteria

Activities/Snack for Children

6:00PM

Alice Wainwright Park

Tashlich by the Water

     

ROSH HASHANAH DAY 2 - Tuesday, October 1

9:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Rosh Hashanah Service*

10:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Children's Torah Processional & Singing

10:30AM

Scher Chapel

Children's Service

11:30AM

Cafeteria

Activities/Snack for Children

     

KOL NIDRE - Tuesday, October 8

6:45PM

Falk Sanctuary

Mincha Service

7:00PM

Falk Sanctuary

Kol Nidre Service

     

YOM KIPPUR - Wednesday, October 9

9:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Yom Kippur Service*

10:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Children's Torah Processional & Singing

10:30AM

Scher Chapel

Children's Service

11:00AM

Falk Sanctuary

Yizkor Service**

11:30AM

Cafeteria

Activities/Snack for Children

5:15PM

Falk Sanctuary

Mincha Service

6:30PM

Falk Sanctuary

Neilah Service**

7:45PM

Falk Sanctuary

Children's Processional and Final Shofar**

7:45PM

Spector Ballroom

Break-the-Fast**

*Childcare for children ages 18 months - 5th grade available 

**Times are approximate

Volunteers for High Holy Days

If you would like to be part of our team in preparation for the High Holy Days, please contact the Synagogue's office at (305) 854-3911 and let us know how you would like to help.

We are always looking for ushers, greeters, Torah readers and those who wish to help with the flow of our services.

Sat, September 21 2019 21 Elul 5779