July 20, 2021
Beth Emet has a variety of worship options and programming this year for the High Holy Days to ensure that everyone – whether in-person or virtually – can renew their spirit, connect with the community and friends new and old, and build upon Beth Emet’s foundation of strength. Many of these details were reviewed in the Beth Emet Town Hall on July 12; you can view it here and in the email sent to the congregation on July 13.
High Holy Day Schedule: As an easy reference, you may access the the schedule here to help plan your service attendance (viewing at home or requests for in person worship).
Please complete and submit the online form – link below – no later than July 30.
The registration form is easier to complete on a computer versus a phone. You will be asked to confirm your contact information, worship preferences, and contribute to many High Holy Day-related opportunities, including remembering loved ones in the Yizkor (Memorial) Book.
Click here for the Registration Form for the High Holy Days
FAQs: We understand you may have questions regarding the attendance and registration process. We have created a set of Frequently Asked Questions to assist in answering the more common questions we are fielding. If these do not address the questions that you have, please submit your questions here.
A BIG THANK YOU TO THE HIGH HOLY DAY TASK FORCE
It takes a village to make this year’s High Holy Days with all of its complexities a reality! We’d like to thank the following members of the Task Force for all of their efforts, creativity and problem solving which will enable the congregation to have meaningful worship experiences no matter how they participate:
Rabbi London, Cantor Cotler, Bekki Kaplan, Allison Aaron, Nisan Chavkin, Danielle Cohen, Mort Denlow, Ellen Feldman, David Graham, Karen Isaacson, Mike Isaacson, Dan Kaberon, Lisa Levin, Barry Miller, Marti Netler, Rebecca Raus, David Spitulnik.