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High Holiday Tickets

Tickets were emailed on Wednesday, 9/21. If you did not receive your tickets or you need to make changes to your registration, please contact Alise at If you participated in Rosh Hashanah services via livestream and have decided that you would like to attend Yom Kippur services in person, please contact Alise at

High Holiday Livestream

You can access the livestream here:

If there are any issues with the above livestream page, please copy and paste this link: into your browser (instead of clicking the link on this webpage).

Machzor and Yizkor (Book of Remembrance) Pick-Up

Machzors and Yizkor Books are available for pick-up at the Beth El security booth.

Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, we have several back up locations in place.

The Tent Service will proceed as long as it is safe to do so. However, those that have registered for the tent service and would prefer, are welcome to join in the Main Sanctuary.

The Family Service will be relocated from the Upper Terrace to the Kasakove, indoors. The Teen Service will be relocated from the Kasakove to the Youth Lounge.

If the inclement weather plan needs to be implemented, you will receive an email before the start of the holiday.

Yom Kippur 5783 Service Schedule

Tuesday, October 4 | Kol Nidre

Mincha (Den) 1:00 pm

Kol Nidre Services 

Outdoor Tent 6:00 pm

Main Sanctuary 6:20 pm

Teen Service (Kasakove) 6:20 pm

Family Service (Upper Terrace) 6:20 pm


Wednesday, October 5 | Yom Kippur

Simultaneous Services

(Main Sanctuary & Outdoor Tent) 9:00 am

Tot Service (Upper Terrace) 9:45 am

Family Service (Upper Terrace) 10:30 am

(Yizkor at the conclusion of the service)

Teen Service (Kasakove) 10:00 am

Yizkor Service (Time is approximate) 10:45 am


A Person Screams Out For What They Lack: A Discussion with Rabbi Yoav Ende
Join us for a discussion, during the break after Musaf, about the merits and drawbacks of crying out for the things in life that we lack. Rabbi Yoav Ende, The Executive Director of the Kibbutz Hannaton Education Center, will facilitate this discussion in the sanctuary after Musaf ends and prior to the beginning of Mincha. The conversation will use Israeli artist Meir Ariel's song צועק את שחסר לו "One Screams Out for What They Lack" as a textual starting point and raise themes of Yom Kippur. 


Mincha (Main Sanctuary & Outdoor Tent) 4:45 pm

Ne’eilah (Main Sanctuary & Outdoor Tent) 5:55 pm

Youth Magic Show (Upper Terrace) 6:00 pm

Maariv (Main Sanctuary & Outdoor Tent) 7:15 pm

Havdalah: Children are invited to gather in the Outdoor Tent or in the Main Sanctuary at 7:15 pm for the conclusion of the service. Children and adults are invited to bring their own Shofarot for the final blast. 

All services taking place in the Main Sanctuary will be available on livestream

High Holiday Food Drive

Please bring in non-perishable food items for this year's High Holiday food drive. Collection bins are located outside the front office and food can be delivered during Beth El open hours today-Thursday, October 6th.

COVID Precautions & Protocol

It is critical that you monitor how you and your children are feeling before coming to Beth El. If you do not feel well, or are experiencing Covid symtpoms, please stay home. Individuals ages five and above must be vaccinated against Covid 19; proof of vaccination is not required as we are now operating on an honor system. Masks are optional and we encourage those who feel more comfortable wearing a mask to do so. However, if you had Covid and have finished your period of isolation, you must wear a high quality, well fitting mask through day 10. If you have been exposed to someone with Covid, you must wear a high quality, well fitting mask for 10 days following the last date of exposure. Seating in the sanctuary is set in rows with adequate space between rows and aisles. Please be sensitive to those who are not comfortable sitting next to someone outside of their immediate household by first asking if it’s okay to sit next to them.

Limited Parking

In order to accommodate our outdoor tent service, parking will be limited. We strongly encourage you to park on a street within walking distance of Beth El, to walk from home if you are able, or to park in a friend’s driveway as to allow those with limited mobility to park in our parking lot. 

Dropoff access at the front of our building is available.

All parking spaces available in the front of Beth El will be reserved for those displaying a handicap sticker (first-come, first-served). 

The Wykagyl Shopping Center (CVS) is a privately owned lot, and you may be towed if you park there. 


Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation. 


Your safety and security, along with preserving a healthy environment, are our priorities. We take extra precautions for the High Holidays and thank you in advance for your cooperation. Every family has been required to register for the High Holidays. You will receive a confirmation email just before the holidays that will serve as your ticket. Please print and bring this email with you and be prepared to show it to the security guards along with a Photo ID. Our security guards will be situated at the entrance of each service and throughout the property. Allow extra time to enter since security precautions may result in delays. Beth El reserves the right to check all bags. 

Please acquaint yourself with relevant exit signs and publicized evacuation routes, and be aware at all times of your surroundings and new features of our security infrastructure, including doors which lock from the inside and a strobe/siren alert system.


Babysitting (for children ages 2-5)

10:30 am–12:15 pm on Yom Kippur morning.

Babysitting will take place in rooms 2 & 3.

Children ages 2–5 can be dropped off for childcare. Children under 2 years old are welcome to join with an adult ONLY. Water and a snack will be provided. Please do not bring any food into the babysitting classrooms. Only a parent/guardian may remove a child from the room, older siblings are not permitted to pick up younger siblings.

Nursing Room

Located in Room 4 throughout the holidays.

Quiet Space

Room 106 is reserved as a quiet room throughout the holidays. Children must be accompanied by an adult when using this space. There will be couches to relax on, books to read, and quiet games to play. This room is designed by our Keruv Committee to ensure a quiet place for those that need a break from the holiday bustle.  

B’Yachad Campaign 5783

The High Holiday season coincides with the launch of our annual B'Yachad campaign, which is so vital to Beth El's operations. Contributions will be recognized in the next issue of The Bulletin. 

Please donate as generously as you can here.


Mon, October 3 2022 8 Tishrei 5783