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High Holy Days

High Holy Days

 

Please join us for the High Holy Days – no ticket is required

Rosh Hashanah

  • Wednesday September 20th – Evening Service 7:30pm
  • Thursday September 21st – Morning Service 10am

Yom Kippur

  • Friday September 29th – Pre-Yom Kippur Dinner (Pot Luck – No Dairy) 5:30pm
  • Friday September 29th – Yom Kippur Kol Nidre Service – 7pm
  • Saturday September 30th – Morning Service 10am

Yom Kippur Kol Nidre Service

Join us for a beautiful Yom Kippur Kol Nidre service of reflection and renewal. Experience a spiritualistic interpretation of holiday traditions. If you love Jewish culture or if you are just beginning to experience it, you will find our services rich with song, meaning, beauty and joy.

All are welcome. No tickets are required.

Shanah Tovah

Rosh Hashanah Greeting 2017

 

 

Please join us for the High Holy Days – no ticket is required

Rosh Hashanah

  • Wednesday September 20th – Evening Service 7:30pm with an Oneg immediately following
  • Thursday September 21st – Morning Service 10am with a luncheon immediately following

Meet & Greet

Star of David - Moving

Temple Beth El cordially invites you, the community, to a discussion on bringing unity and healing as we enter into the new year.

Everyone is WELCOMED!

Open Door Gathering & Member Meet/Greet!

Sunday September 10th 2017 – 11am

Children welcomed to participate in an arts & crafts project.

Come shake hands with fellow members old and new. 

We would love to answer any questions or suggestion you have.

BRUNCH will be served

Shabbat Services

Shabbat Service

Next service in Hammonton:   Friday, Julay 7, 2017    7:30 PM

Join us in welcoming Shabbat 

Stay with us for our Pot-Luck Oneg!

Shabbat Services Family

Our services are a unique blend of tradition and creativity in both Hebrew and English, using song, prayer, teaching and Torah to connect with Jewish practice in a meaningful and spiritual way.  We hope you, your family and friends, join our welcoming and open community as we gather to celebrate and embrace the joy of Shabbat.” - Rabbi Abby Michaleski

Temple Beth El, Hammonton