This year, all High Holy Day services at Beth Am Temple in Pearl River will be live streamed via the Internet. No services will be held in the building due to COVID-19 concerns.
Tickets are not needed for the Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur services. All services will be live streamed and are available to congregants and the general public at http://www.bethamtemple.org/. The full schedule of services can be accessed from the Home page of the website. To access a service, click “here to go to page for streaming.” Services will be available for viewing at any time by going to the archives on the right of the video screen
Rosh Hashana begins on Friday night, September 18 with services at 7:30 pm and Yom Kippur begins on Sunday evening, September 27. There is no charge for non-members to view the services that will welcome the new year of 5781.
Beth Am’s leadership hopes those who join a service or services will make a contribution to the Temple to compensate for the loss of income from the traditional sale of High Holy Day tickets. There is a donation link on the home page.
The Temple office is currently closed, however any questions regarding the Temple or the High Holy Days may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (845) 735-5858 and leaving a message on any extension. Someone will respond as quickly as possible.
Beth Am Temple is a Reform Jewish temple, which embraces tradition and draws its congregation from throughout Rockland County and northern Bergen County, NJ. and the surrounding area.