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HIGH HOLIDAY SCHEDULE 2017

  • YOM KIPPUR SERVICES

    Kol Nidre
    Friday, September 29
    5:45 PM Torah honours
    6:00 PM Kol Nidre services
    6:42 PM Latest candle lighting (light safely before Shul)

     

    Yom Kippur
    Saturday, September 30
    8:00 AM Services
    9:45 AM YIZKOR

    10:00 AM Guest Speaker Spencer West
    3:00 PM Rosh is On services
    4:00 PM Guest Scholar, Dr. Elliott Malamet
    5:00 PM Minchah – reading the Book of Jonah
    6:15 PM Ne’ilah – closing the gates and SHOFAR
    7:49 PM Observance ends, breaking the fast

     

    Erev Sukkot
    Wednesday, October 4
    6:33 PM Candle lighting

     

    Sukkot I
    Thursday, October 5
    8:30 AM Pre-Shul Kiddush in the Sukkah
    8:45 AM Services followed by Kiddush in the Sukkah
    7:40 PM Candle lighting

     

    Sukkot II
    Friday, October 6
    8:30 AM Pre-Shul Kiddush in the Sukkah
    8:45 AM Services followed by Kiddush in the Sukkah
    6:30 PM Candle lighting

     

    Hoshana Rabah
    Wednesday, October 11
    6:21 PM Candle lighting

     

    Shemini Atzeret
    Thursday, October 12
    8:30 AM Pre-Shul Kiddush in the Sukkah
    8:45 AM Services followed by Kiddush in the Sukkah
    9:45 AM YIZKOR

     

    Erev Simchat Torah
    Thursday, October 12
    5:30 PM Children’s programming
    6:00 PM Services and Torah celebration followed by special Kiddush
    7:28 PM Candle lighting

     

    Simchat Torah
    Friday, October 13
    8:30 AM Pre-Shul Kiddush
    8:45 AM Service and celebration followed by Kiddush
    6:18 PM Candle lighting

MORE UPCOMING EVENTS

Inspire! Your Future

Sunday October 22nd
Save the Date! For an extraordinary celebration.

Featuring sensational entertainment and a culmination of our Inspire Campaign.

More information available here!

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UJA’s Centennial Journey to Israel

Trip: October 31st – November 8th, 2017 

An experience that only comes around every 100 years!

A journey that promises to be as diverse and exciting as the Jewish state itself!
If Beth Torah can get 20 couples, we will have our own bus!

 

More information available at here!

A contribution to the UJA campaign is required.