Join us for the New Year and the Days of Awe as we begin 5780. Rabbi Douglas Heifetz will lead our services with prayers, rituals, meditation, music, art, and reflections on the search for “A Meaningful Life.” Let us use the values of our Jewish tradition to seek peace and consolation in this turbulent world as we gather together in sacred community.
The High Holy Day Palette contains a complete schedule of services. Please use the other links below to reserve your place at services and add names to the Yizkor Book. If you wish to submit names for the Yizkor Book, please send us the appropriate form by or before October 1.
To help us with our planning, please send your forms to us as early as possible. Forms can be scanned and emailed, or sent by mail. Donations can be made online via PayPal through our Donate page, or by a check mailed with your forms.
We look forward to having you with us!
General schedule of services:
Sunday, September 29 – Erev Rosh Hashanah – 7:30 pm
Monday, September 30 – Rosh Hashanah – 10:00 am
Tuesday, October 8 – Kol Nidre and Erev Yom Kippur – 6:00 pm
Wednesday, October 9 – Yom Kippur – 10:00 am
Following the service on Rosh Hashanah (September 30), a special Tashlich will be led by Rabbi Heifetz – Tashlich of Temporal Sand Art. In this participatory communal ceremony, we will create a temporal group art piece using natural sand and stones. The experience will encourage personal reflection, contemplation, and renewal.
Please click on the links below to see additional details and download forms. To become a member of Beit Tikvah, please use our Join Us page.
The High Holy Day Palette – Complete schedule of services