Temple Beth-El of Great Neck high holy days events open to community

Temple Beth-El of Great Neck high holy days events open to community

Temple Beth-El of Great Neck welcomes you. Shalom! With the holidays almost here, Temple Beth-El invites the community to share in many High Holy Days services and activities that are open to all.

Please see the list below, and for more information about all High Holy Days services and schedules, please visit www.tbegreatneck.org or call 516-487-0900.

S’lichot inaugurates the High Holy Days season through prayer and song. Join Temple Beth-El for communal prayers for forgiveness.

Saturday, September 17
7 p.m. Study Session with Wine and Cheese
8 p.m. Havdalah, Torah Cover Change and Service

Monday, September 26
9 a.m. Tot Service and Craft (ages 2-6 with adult)*
10 a.m. Babysitting (ages 2–6)*
2 p.m. Family Experience at Steppingstone Park
Join us before Tashlich for a meaningful family-friendly, informal High Holy Days experience. Bring a blanket, a lawn chair and your hopes and dreams for a wonderful year ahead.

3 p.m. Tashlich at Steppingstone Park
Join the entire community for a brief prayer service and blast of the shofar following by the ritual of casting bread upon open water to release the sins of the year gone by. Remember to bring some bread!

Tuesday, September 27
10 a.m. Rosh Hashanah Second Day Service
12 p.m. Kiddush Brunch*

*These events require registration. Call 516-487-0900 to register.

If you are interested in becoming a member and connecting or reconnecting with your Jewish community, please contact Joy Allen, Director of Engagement and Programming at 516-487-0900, ext. 108 or email her at [email protected]. Wishing you a healthy, sweet new year. Shana Tova!

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