Yom Kippur 
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 llucassian@tbeonline.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.

CONTACT
Temple Beth El
7400 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48301
248.851.1100