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High Holy Days 5782 / 2021

As we prepare to welcome in the new year, we look forward to seeing and connecting with you during this year's High Holy Days.

Go to our High Holy Days 5782 webpage for a complete High Holy Days calendar, a welcome message from Rabbi Gurevitz, and information on our High Holy Days protocols.

This year, to ensure that you are able to attend, both members and guests must register by August 20th.

Links to the registration forms are on the High Holy Days 5782 webpage.

School Opens In Person

Religious School, Grades PK - 5, Opens on Sunday, September 12!
Hebrew School, Gesher and Chai School open on Tuesday, September 21!

For more information and specifics behind the decision, please go to COVID-19 Update

Shabbat in the Courtyard (or the Sanctuary)!

Friday evenings at 6:45pm

Welcome back to in-person services!
Reconnect with friends and make new connections!
Sing together with us
All are welcome!

Weather permitting we will be in our beautiful courtyard.

Pre-registration is no longer required.
The service will also be live streamed

           Temple Hours, Reaching Temple Staff & Zoom

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                                         Messages

Rabbi Gurevitz

Message from Rabbi Gurevitz

YOU helped us create Jewish life together in the year of the pandemic. Thank you. 

What have we learned, and where are we headed? We learned a lot about what was most needed by our members — because we asked you. We asked you to help us focus on the most essential ingredients of a High Holy Day experience. You helped us to design services that reflected that essence, that included the shofar blowers, the Torah readers, the melodies, and more. You helped us ensure that we found a way to bring our families with young children together rather than on screen in whatever way we safely could.

Rabbi Eiduson

Message from Rabbi Joe

As the school year is coming to an end, we are already busy planning next year’s special programs.
Not only are these wonderful learning opportunities, but they give your pre-teens and teens the chance to bond with one another, with our clergy and faculty, and to form their own close community within our B’nai Shalom congregation. We believe that these experiences are essential and allow your student to grow and stay connected to Judaism long after high school.

Temple President

Message from Steven

This time of year marks some significant annual milestones in the life of our congregation. 
This year, we had to do things a little differently — ok, a lot differently — and that was not all a bad thing. It forced us to become even more creative, to understand more clearly what mattered to congregants, and how to meet those needs in new ways. It gave us the freedom and opportunity to try things we never would have otherwise undertaken: Shabbat at home, online school, Shabbat in the Lot, experiential outdoor programs, online High Holy Day services, Zoom shiva minyans, virtual choirs, student multi-media presentations, and on and on. 

Thu, August 5 2021 27 Av 5781