High Holy Days

L’ Shana Tovah!

We are excited to share Temple Beth Hillel’s plans for celebrating the 5783 High Holy Days services. Rabbi Dean Kertesz, Cantor Marney Margules, the Ritual and Covid Safety Committees and so many others have worked diligently to create safe and meaningful services–both in-person and streaming options will be available.

Reserve your place for in-person and online services!  

For those attending in-person HHD services, the Covid safety protocol is the same as for in-person Shabbat services: medical grade masks (N95, KN 95, KF 94) or the doubling of surgical masks are highly recommended.  We also strongly encourage social distancing as much as possible.

Although there is no cost to attend TBH’s High Holiday services, donations would be greatly appreciated.

High Holy Days Schedule 2022

ROSH HASHANAH

Erev Rosh Hashanah ServiceSunday, September 257:00 PM
Rosh Hashanah Morning ServiceMonday, September 2610:00 AM
TashlichMonday, September 261:30 PM (approx)
Rosh Hashanah Get-Together @ Elaina Genser’s home (please bring a “nosh”)Monday, September 263:30 PM (approx)

 

YOM KIPPUR

Kol NidreTuesday, October 46:30 PM
Yom Kippur Morning ServiceWednesday, October 510:00 AM
Afternoon ServiceWednesday, October 54:30 PM
Yizkor (Memorial) ServiceWednesday, October 56:30 PM (approx)
Neilah (Concluding) ServiceWednesday, October 57:00 PM (approx)

Reserve Your Place

Let us know you’ll be coming to our High Holy Days services! We’ll send you the information you need to join us.

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Donations Welcome

We are so glad to have you join us during these High Holy Days. We hope you find the experience meaningful and we welcome you to continue to join us. We are committed to providing services that anyone can attend, without cost, during these difficult times when community is even more important. To support these services and the Jewish community in the East Bay, you can mail a check to Temple Beth Hillel, 801 Park Central Blvd., Richmond, CA 94803.

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