High Holidays

Come Home to TBA for the High Holidays

Be a guest in our Beit Am (House of the People) by logging on to the Temple Beth Am High Holiday services.

TBA members: The zoom link and password for all High Holiday services will be sent to all members’ emails.

Friends, Guests and Prospective Members of TBA: Click the button below for the live stream for High Holiday services. No password needed. For questions, please email HighHolidays@tempbetham.org. 


2021 High Holiday Services

Selichot: Saturday, August 28 at 8pm (TBD where and with whom, but I think it’s safe to say it will be at 8pm)

Erev Rosh HaShanah: Monday, September 6 at 8pm

Rosh HaShanah Day One (one service): Tuesday, September 7 at 10am

Children’s Service: 2pm (on Zoom only)

Tashlikh: 3:30pm (place TBD, hope to decide soon, a body of water in Framingham with parking, let me know if you have ideas)

Rosh HaShanah Day Two: Wednesday, September 8 at 10am

 

Kol Nidre: Wednesday, September 15 at 8pm

Yom Kippur Morning: Thursday, September 16 at 10am

Children’s Service: 2pm (on Zoom only)

Study Session for Adults with Rabbi Splansky: 2pm (either in the library or Zoom only—will speak to him this week to make the decision)

Afternoon Service (Healing Service, Mincha, Yizkor, Neilah): 3:30pm

 

Next Service: 

Yom Kippur – Afternoon Service, Monday, September 28, 2020, 4:15 PM


Our doors are wide open!


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Temple Beth Am’s virtual doors are wide open during the 2020-2021 High Holiday season!

All of our services will be available for everyone: Members of the congregation will log on to Zoom, Non-members will log on to Facebook to view the services via live-stream. Our TBA High Holiday services will include all the rituals including honors, Torah readings, music and choir segments, and shofar blowing to ensure full, warm, and welcoming experiences.

This new format affords us the opportunity to showcase our inspiring new clergy to the larger community. We are inviting our congregation to extend our hospitality to family and friends as our guests for the High Holiday season.

Although there is no charge for tickets as there has been in years past, donations in any amount to the General Temple Fund are greatly appreciated.

Let the TBA community surround you with support, love and understanding. Create a place of your own that is special to you and your family. 

Rav Blumberg, Cantor Wolff, TBA President Carol Hanover, VP Worship Sharon Silverman, and all of those who have collaborated with us believe that Temple Beth Am will provide an outstanding series of High Holiday services that will enable you to better understand the year past and see a path forward for the future, supported by your TBA community and our shared love of Jewish tradition.