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High Holiday Registration 5784/2023

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Childcare will be available on Rosh Hashanah Day 1, Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre, and Yom Kippur morning. Childcare is complimentary (thank you to the ‘Arnold and Florie Krell Childcare Fund’ in the Temple Beth El Foundation). Registration is required. You can register for childcare, register for events, and make donation. Click here to register!


 Parking will be available at TBE parking lots, upper and lower. Please reserve the lower TBE parking lot for handicapped parking only. Please do not block the breezeway. Shuttle service will be available from Independent Presbyterian Church as in years past for Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur. Shuttle service will begin at 8 AM on RH1 and the last shuttle will depart after services/light kiddush at 1:45 PM. On Yom Kippur, shuttle service will begin at 8:00 AM and the last shuttle after services will depart TBE at around 2:00 PM (at recess).

Your High Holiday Questions Answered

 Are we doing tickets this year? Yes! If you are a dues-paying member you will receive tickets by mail. If you are not, you will need to register for your tickets. However, we are asking that even if you got a ticket by mail, you register online for the events you plan to attend to better help us plan for parking and security. Tickets are free for non-members, but you must have a ticket in hand to attend Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. 

Where do I register for Services? Sign up for childcare? We’ve developed a one-stop form where you can sign up for childcare and let us know when you’re coming.

When is the office closed? Our Temple Beth El offices will be closed on the following dates in observance of the Holidays:

Friday, Sept. 15, beginning at noon, for Erev Rosh Hashanah
Monday, Sept. 18, following Rosh Hashanah
Monday, Sept. 24, Yom Kippur
Monday, Oct. 9, following Sukkot

How do I ensure my child can miss school to observe the holidays?

If your child is planning to miss any school days in order to attend holiday services, Rabbi Henkin has prepared a letter to give to the administration of your child's school asking that he/she/they be excused on particular days to celebrate Jewish holidays.

 If you would like a copy of the letter, please email him at and let him know the name of the school and which of the dates you are planning on not sending your child so that they can celebrate the holiday with their community. Rabbi Henkin will fill out and sign the letter which you will be able to pick up at the synagogue.

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