High Holy Days Schedule – 5780

SPACE FOR PEOPLE IN WHEELCHAIRS – at this year’s High Holy Days Services, there will be space in the front row of the Sanctuary for people in wheelchairs, and their significant others.  If you are in a wheelchair and would like to sit in that location, please do so.

 

JOIN US FOR INCLUSIVE, WARM, INVITING, MEANINGFUL,

PARTICIPATORY, AND INSPIRATIONAL

 

5780/2019 HIGH HOLYDAY SERVICES AT

TEMPLE BETH-EL,

305 W. MADISON STREET, SOUTH BEND IN

574 234 4402, TBE-SB.ORG

 

THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE –

CHECK OUT WHAT’S AVAILABLE BELOW

AND JOIN US FOR ANY OR ALL OF THESE OCCASIONS

 

Sunday, September 29

8pm                Erev Rosh Hashanah service (Rosh Hashanah evening service)

Monday, September 30

9.30am           Young people’s service including Shofar-blowing, followed by apples and honey

10.30am         Rosh Hashanah morning service, including Shofar-blowing (child-care available during this service)

5.00pm           Tashlich (symbolic casting away of our misdeeds) – Wheelabrator Pavillion at Central Park, 295 E. Mishawaka Ave., Mishawaka

Tuesday, October 8

8pm                Kol Nidrei service (Yom Kippur evening service)

Wednesday, October 9

9.30am           Young people’s service, followed by violin music performed by Katherine and Elizabeth Chernyak (daughters of Sasha Chernyak, our cantorial soloist) followed by art activity

10.30am         Yom Kippur morning service (child-care available during this service)

1.30pm           Interactive Session

(approx.)

4.00pm           Yizkor (remembrance) service, followed by Ne’ilah (final) service, and Havdalah (separation ritual)

Check our website tbe-sb.org any time for up-to-date calendar details throughout the year or call us on 574 234 4402 or email us at temple@tbe-sb.org for more information.

WE WELCOME VISITORS TO OUR HIGH HOLYDAY SERVICES

People who are not members of Temple Beth-El are welcome to attend any or all of our High Holyday services.

Supporting our houses of prayer, study, and gathering, such as Temple Beth-El, is a mitzvah, and we appreciate your considering making a donation to help support the Temple if you are visiting us over the High Holydays.  Contributions may be sent to Temple Beth-El at 305 W. Madison St., South Bend IN 46601, dropped off at Temple, or made over the phone via a credit card.

Thank you and we wish you a shana tova u’mtukah – may you be written in the Book of Life for a good and sweet year.