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High Holy Days 5782 | 2021

Please read the High Holy Day message from Senior Rabbi Jeremy Morrison (left) and Beth Am President Jay Hirsh (right).


This is the time of year when we hear the call of the shofar and celebrate the start of a new year. Our spirits are lifted as we are called together with friends, family and community members from all over the world for a time of reflection and renewal. Learn about our 2021 High Holy Day season programming (both in-person and virtually) with Congregation Beth Am:

High Holy Days Programs /Services Schedule

See a schedule listing of what's coming up this holiday season. (Click the image at left for a downloadable, printable High Holy Days At-A-Glance schedule or on the button below for a full schedule.

Holidays Continue: September 19-28

Sukkot, the most joyous of Jewish holidays, offers us an opportunity to connect with the natural world and give thanks for the autumn harvest. On Simchat Torah, Jews around the world complete the reading of the Torah and begin anew with the first words of Genesis. And on Shemini Atzeret we recite yizkor (memorial) prayers in remembrance of our loved ones.

High Holy Day Reopening Updates

Over the past few months, our professional and lay leadership have been working together to plan for the High Holy Days, taking into consideration the changing dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tue, September 21 2021 15 Tishrei 5782