Holidays 5784

Temple Beth Israel holds services for all of the Jewish holidays, fostering an environment of prayer, community and spiritual connection.

We invite you to join Rabbi Benjamin Chaidell and the entire TBI community. We are pleased also to welcome back Cantor Ellen Band to our High Holy Day services. Please see below for the 5784 High Holy Days in detail and other holidays at a glance.

All High Holy Day Services will be multi-access–in person at Temple Beth Israel and online–unless otherwise noted. For security purposes, if you wish to attend in person, you must have a pass for entry.

Please sign up here to receive your pass or call the office. Deadlines:

  • Register by September 8th to ensure you receive your passes
  • Registrations between September 9th and 14th may result in the passes arriving late
  • For registrations after September 14th, your names will be on our master list but no passes will be provided.
  • No Registrations will be accepted after September 22nd

For our current community health protocols for in-person attendance, please check here.

5784 holidays at a glance

To Join via Zoom:

All online services for the High Holy Days use this link, unless otherwise noted.

Meeting ID: 443 085 3359

Password: TBI5784

SelichotSaturday, September 9– 8:00 pm Havdalah, Meaning and Melodies of the High Holy Days
– 9:30 pm Selichot
(No refreshments)
Use link above
Erev Rosh HashanahFriday, September 15– 6:00 pm Community Dinner and RH Seder
– 7:30pm Evening Service
Use link above
Rosh Hashanah Day 1Saturday September 16– 9:00 am morning service
Use link above for morning regular service
Rosh Hashanah Day 2Sunday, September 17– 9:00 am morning service
– 5:00 pm Tashlich at Watch Factory
Use link above

Tashlich is in person only
Morning MinyanThursday, September 21– 8:00 am (online only)Use regular Thursday morning minyan link on home page
Shabbat TeshuvahSaturday, September 23– 9:30 amUse regular Shabbat morning link on home page
Sunday Minyan followed by Memorial ServiceSunday, September 24
– 9:00am Service at TBI
– 10:00 am at Beth Israel Memorial Park and online
in house only
Erev Yom KippurSunday, September 24– 6:15 pm Kol NidreUse link above
Yom KippurMonday, September 25– 9:00 am morning service
– 11:30 am (approx) Yizkor
– 2:45-3:45 pm discussion
– 4:00 pm Mincha, Neila, Ma’ariv, Havdalah
– 7:19 pm Shofar and Break the Fast
Use link above for regular services

Build the SukkahTuesday, September 26
Wednesday, Sept. 27
– 6:00pm Dinner provided
– Rain Date
Live only
Erev SukkotFriday, September 29– 6:00pm Kabbalat Chag
– 7:00pm Dairy Dinner in Sukkah
Live only
Sukkot Yom Tov Days 1 & 2Saturday and Sunday Sept. 30 and Oct 1– 9:30 am morning service; kiddush in the sukkahUse Saturday link on Sept 30 and above link on Oct 1

Kiddush is live only
Hol HaMoed Sukkot: Morning MinyanThursday, October 5– 8:00 am In House and OnlineUse link above
Hoshanah RabbahFriday, October 6Field Trip – Join Rabbi Ben at a nearby minyanN/A
Shemini Atzeret/Shabbat EveningFriday, October 6– 6:00pm Shabbat Service In Person and on Zoom
– 7:00pm Bring your own dinner in the Sukkah
Use link above
Shemini Atzeret

Simchat Torah Evening
Saturday Oct. 7

Saturday Oct. 7
9:30an Morning Service with Yizkor at 11am

– 7:00 pm evening service / Havdalah/ Dancing with the Torah
Use link above for service

Simchat Torah MorningSunday October 8– 9:30 am morning service: complete the Torah cycle and begin Bereishit/GenesisUse link above
Shabbat BereishitSaturday, October 14– 9:30 am Shabbat morning serviceUse regular Shabbat morning link on home page
HanukkahDecember 7 – December 15
PurimMarch 23 – 24
PassoverMonday April 22 – Tuesday April 30
ShavuotTuesday June 11 – Thursday June 13
Tisha B’avMonday Night, August 12 through Tuesday, August 13
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