Wednesday, October 9
9:15 – 9:45 AM Younger Children's Service - Sanctuary (ages 0-6+)
9:15 – 10:00 AM Older Children's Service - Chapel (ages 7-12)
9:45 - 10:15 AM Craft project in Handleman Hall for kids/families
10:30 AM Morning Service - Sanctuary
10:30 - 11:00 AM Teen Program - Chapel
12:45 PM Learning with Rabbi Brudney - Chapel
Meditation w/Brandon Klein - Personal Reflections Room in the Library
1:45 PM Stories of Survival and Inspiration - Chapel
3:30 – 4:30 PM Afternoon Service - Sanctuary
4:30 pm Yizkor and concluding service - Sanctuary
6:00 pm Havdalah and break-fast - Patio
General High Holiday Information
MEMBER ADMISSION: Every member of the household (in good standing) of Temple Beth El will receive a High Holiday ticket in the mail. Tickets are good for all services on Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur – please present your ticket upon arrival.
CHILDREN & YOUNG ADULTS: Children and college students up to age 25, or dependents living in a member’s household, will not be receiving a High Holiday ticket. These groups are welcome to enter with their parents. Children under 13 are welcome to enter, as long as they are accompanied by a parent/responsible adult with a High Holiday ticket … and we ask that you make sure your children attend the service(s) most appropriate for their age and attention span.
GUESTS: Temple members (in good standing) may request tickets for extended family and friends with a minimum $72/ticket donation to the Temple. For additional information or for ticket requests please call Laura Lucassian at 248.851.1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRAYER BOOKS: Gates of Repentance, the Reform Movement’s Machzor, will be used again this year. TBE does not furnish books, but they may be purchased at the Temple office for $25. On Yom Kippur afternoon, Temple will provide a printed booklet with service materials from the Reform Movement’s brand new Machzor, as we prepare to utilize these new books in the future.
COURTESY TRAVEL FORMS: Members (in good standing) planning to be out of town for the High Holidays may request a Courtesy Form from our office entitling them admission to any Reform Temple affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism. Arrangements must be made in advance.