Erev Rosh Hashana services begin at 8 pm at Beth Am Temple on Wednesday, September 20. No tickets are needed for the service, which remembers the Birthday of the World. On Thursday, September 21, tickets are required for the 10 am service. Tickets are not necessary for the Young Children’s Program, a song-filled service led by Rabbi Daniel Pernick and Cantor Marcy Kadin beginning at 2:15 pm. The second day Rosh Hashanah service on Friday, September 22 at 10 am is open to the public and tickets are not required.
Yom Kippur observance begins with the Kol Nidray services on Friday, September 29 at 8 pm and Saturday, September 30 at 10 am. Tickets are required for both services. Tickets must be obtained in advance either by calling 845-735-5858, ext. 101 or emailing email@example.com.
All are welcome to attend and no tickets are needed for the September 30 Healing service led by Cantor Marcy Kadin at 1:15 pm, afternoon service at 3:30 pm, Yizkor at 5 pm, and Neilah Closing service at 5:45 pm.
The three High Holy Day services are the only ones during the year that require tickets, all others are open to the public.
Congregants and other service attendees will use Mishkan Hanefesh, the first new High Holy Days prayer book for Beth Am in 40 years. The prayer book, recently published by the Reform Movement, has received praise from many people who have already used it
Beth Am offers new temple members reduced dues for the first 12 months of membership. New member families, couples, and individuals are eligible for 50 percent off their first-year dues. Details are available at www.bethamtemple.org, along with information about the Religious School which has classes for preschool through 12th grade students.
Beth Am Temple is a reform temple, which embraces tradition and draws it congregation from throughout Rockland County and northern Bergen County, NJ. It is located at 60 East Madison Ave in Pearl River, NY.