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ROSH HASHANAH High Holy Days 2022 | 5783: September 25-26

Whether you celebrate with us virtually or in person, Beth Am offers opportunities for us to come together in the New Year. It is a day to celebrate our creation, but also a day of accounting and judgment for our actions. On Rosh Hashanah, we review choices we've made over the past year, our actions and our intentions, as we attempt to honestly evaluate ourselves. Whether you plan to celebrate with us virtually or in person, Beth Am offers opportunities for us to come together in the New Year.

Services In Person
COVID Policies
Livestreamed Rosh Hashanah Services
Annual Honey Cake Bake
- Deadline: Friday, September 16
The Orchard's Honey Cake Bake, Games and Cider Party
Wise Sons Pop Up Deli: Rosh Hashanah Edition - September 23 order deadline
Rosh Hashanah Meal by Ladle & Leaf for Pickup - September 19 order deadline
Jewish Baby Network: Rosh Hashanah Celebration - Deadline: Friday, September 16
Rosh Hashanah Service Schedule
Shabbat Shuvah
High Holy Day Food Drive

Services In Person
Daytime services will be held on the Congregation Beth Am campus located at 26790 Arastradero Road, Los Altos Hills. Outdoor seating will be available on the Social Hall Patio. The Morning Family Service (for 2nd-7th graders and their families) will be held at Mitchell Park located at 600 E. Meadow Drive, Palo Alto. Tashlikh will be held at Palo Alto Sailing Station and for BATY in Half Moon Bay. Teen Tashlikh (for 9th-12th graders) will be held at Shoreline Lake (near the boat house) in Mountain View. Click on applicable service links below for details.

COVID Policies: All who are eligible for vaccination must be vaccinated to attend in person. Proof of vaccination will be checked when name badges are picked up. Mask policies will follow Santa Clara County guidelines. Currently, masks are recommended for any indoor participation.

Livestreamed Rosh Hashanah Services
Many services will be livestreaming for those who are unable or uncomfortable with attending services in person. To access, please visit betham.org/hhd-streaming during the service times. Look for this symbol to identify services to be streamed.

3rd Annual Honey Cake Bake: Make It a Sweet New Year for Our Elders
Once again, we're baking and delivering honey cakes to our members aged 80 and older before Rosh Hashanah. To sign up to bake and/or deliver cakes, please complete the sign up form by Friday, September 16. Questions? Email Rabbi Sarah Weissman

The Orchard's Honey Cake Bake, Games and Cider Party
Sunday, September 18, 1:00 PM, Social Hall and Kitchen
Come enjoy an afternoon preparing mini honey cakes for Rosh Hashanah, which are being home delivered to our Beth Am members who are 80 years of age and older. Registration required.

Wise Sons Pop Up Deli: Rosh Hashanah Edition
Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen is dedicated to building community through traditional Jewish comfort food. From holiday favorites like brisket, roast chicken, round raisin challah and noodle kugel Wise Sons is eager to provide a delicious spread for groups of any size for the New Year. Place your order by Friday, September 23, 9:00 AM. Learn more.

Order a Rosh Hashanah Meal by Ladle & Leaf for Pickup
Ladle & Leaf is excited to offer their special (and popular!) Rosh Hashanah menu to Congregation Beth Am. Ladle & Leaf will be in the Beth Am parking lot on Erev Rosh Hashanah (Friday, September 23) from 1:00-1:45 PM for order pickup. Place your order by Monday, September 19, 12:00 PM.

Jewish Baby Network: Rosh Hashanah Celebration
Sunday, September 18, 3:30-5:00 PM, Briones Park, 600 Arastradero Rd., Palo Alto
Let's celebrate the Jewish New Year and the birthday of the world with singing and dancing!

Rosh Hashanah Service Schedule
(Download the High Holy Days At-A-Glance Schedule (pdf))
MEMBERS, please by Thursday, September 22 register here for all High Holy Day services, including these services.

Rosh Hashanah EVENING: Sunday, September 25

Rosh Hashanah MORNING: Monday, September 26

Shabbat Shuvah
Friday, September 30, 6:15 PM, Sanctuary& Livestream
We gather (in person and virtually) as part of our Shabbat Shuvah service to dedicate the memorial plaques that have been added to the Memorial Wall.

High Holy Day Food Drive
The High Holy Days are a time for personal reflection; they are also a time for us to share with those who are less fortunate. Every year Beth Am teens sponsor an annual High Holy Day Food Drive for the congregation — a longstanding Beth Am tradition. Please join us in supporting Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ High Holy Day Food Drive, Collection bins will be available at Beth Am throughout the High Holy Days. Learn more.

Learn more about High Holy Days 2022 with Beth Am.

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