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IMPORTANT! TICKETS RELEASED TO MEMBERS-ONLY FIRST!

Currently the links for HHD tickets are not active. There was a password for members-only to register sent on August 2. Tickets for members only will be available through August 8 and will be open for public registration on Tuesday, August 9.

High Holy Days 2022

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We would love to have you and your family, friends and loved ones of all ages join us as we welcome the New Year 5783! We will still have virtual options for you to join us online if you are traveling or feeling under-the-weather and are looking forward to seeing you in-person to say Shana Tovah!

One (1) ticket per attendee regardless of age is required and tickets are complimentary. Your ticket will provide you access to all main HHD services at Temple Beth-El. All main services will also be streamed only if you would prefer to join us virtually.


NOTE: There are a few experiences that will require additional registration so pay careful attention to those events/programs. 


EREV ROSH HASHANAH – (Sunday, September 25, 2022)

  • 7pm Service - An evening service combining traditional and contemporary elements to announce and celebrate the arrival of the new Jewish year. We affirm both the intimate and the transcendent presence of the Holy as we relate to God both as a parent (Avinu) and as a sovereign (Malkeinu).

ROSH HASHANAH DAY 1 – (Monday, September 26, 2022)

  • 9am Family Service - (Select this service as an add-on to your main ticket.) A light-hearted Rosh Hashanah service geared toward families and youth celebrating the New Year 5783. We will be learning and celebrating with Torah stories, songs and spirit led by Rabbi Mangold and Barbara Mazer.
  • 10:30am Main Service - Highlights of the morning service for the New Year include the Sounding of the Shofar, reading the Torah Story of the Binding of Isaac, and a combination of music, poetry and prayer that lifts up our souls with joy. Childcare is available as an add-on for infants through age 11.
  • 10am to 1pm Childcare - (Select this option as an add-on to your main ticket.) Limited childcare space is available during the Main adult Rosh Hashanah service and only for infant through age 11.
  • 4pm Tashlich (no ticket or registration required) - Join Rabbi Mangold to cast off our misdeeds into Tampa Bay in a meaningful and inspiring ceremony for the High Holy Days at Flora Wylie Park.

ROSH HASHANAH 2ND DAY – (Tuesday, September 27, 2022)

  • 10:30am Main Service - A more intimate service fulfilling the tradition of a two-day celebration of the New Year (even in Israel!), including the Sounding of the Shofar.

KOL NIDRE – (Tuesday, October 4, 2022)

  • 7pm Main Service - On the Eve of Yom Kippur, Kol Nidre takes its name from the dramatic prayer that begins the observance of the Day of Atonement. Steeped in tradition, and illuminated by contemporary interpretive poetry, this service preserves what in ancient and casts it into the modern world in which we live.

YOM KIPPUR – (Wednesday, October 5, 2022)

  • 9am Family Service - (Select this service as an add-on to your main ticket.) A Yom Kippur service geared toward families and youth reflecting on the theme of forgiveness with Torah stories and songs led by Rabbi Mangold and Barbara Mazer.
  • 10:30am Main Service - This service gives us the opportunity to reflect on our actions as we strive to make our lives a blessing through holy living.
  • 12:30pm Yizkor - Immediately following the morning service, this annual Memorial Service provide the traditional space to remember loved ones who died in the past year, and those who once lived and left a legacy for us to treasure.
  • 10am to 1:30pm Childcare - (Select this option as an add-on to your main ticket.) Limited childcare space is available during the Main adult Yom Kippur services and only for infant through age 11.
  • 2pm Social Justice Forum - CLICK HERE to reserve your space for our annual Social Justice Forum: Reproductive Rights are Human Rights with guest speaker Amy Weintraub.
  • 3:30pm Seated Yoga & Meditation - CLICK HERE to reserve your space for this special experience wit Nan Walker as you connect to the values and virtues of Yom Kippur.
  • 4:30pm Afternoon Service & Neilah- Yom Kippur is a day with spiritual practices and prayers that take us through the cycle of life. To live guided by our values and be our highest self. The Afternoon & Neilah service offer the uplifting experience that takes us out of the depths and turns us toward the light of a new day. Together we will end the day with a final blast of the Shofar, as we hear the call and complete our return.
  • Break the Fast - immediately following the Afternoon & Neilah services - CLICK HERE to reserve your space to finish the High Holy Days as we began them on Erev Rosh Hashanah! Let's break the fast together as a community with special catering by Chives!

book of remembrance 

Click the image above to see last year's listed to let us know you would like to continue it as is, make changes or submit a new listing by Sunday, September 4. 
 
This year we are returning to a printed Book of Remembrance and will not offer a Visual Book of Remembrance. Names listed are complementary and donations are accepted. If you would like your loved ones' photo in the printed Book of Remembrance, we encourage a nominal donation from the heart of $18 but donations of any amount are greatly appreciated. 
 
Submission deadline for the Book of Remembrance is Sunday, September 4.

sep. 26 - tashlich

Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, take advantage of this Tashlich opportunity to cast away your sins (symbolically) and start the new year with a clean slate!

Flora Wylie Park - 1400 N. Shore Dr. NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33704

oct. 2 - cemetery services

9am - TBE Section of Chapel Hill Memorial Park
12905 Wild Acres Rd, Largo 33773

10am - TBE Section of Royal Palm Cemetery South
101 55th St. S, St. Petersburg 33707

TEKIAH FUND (FORMERLY KOL NIDRE PLEDGE)

october 5 - yom kippur afternoon

Registration is required as space is limited. Click image above to register.

This year's Social Justice Forum is a reflection on how we are all impacted by access to reproductive health care, albeit in different ways. Let's explore traditional wisdom on reproductive health and the ongoing work in the political and religious worlds vis-a-vis advocating for just access, all the while knowing that our own stories matter. 
Your story matters.


Registration is required as space is limited. Click the image above to register.

Connect to the values and virtues of Yom Kippur with a seated yoga and guided meditation session with Nan Walker.


Space is limited and food is being purchased therefore registration is required. Click the image above to register.

Finish the High Holy Days as we began them on Erev Rosh Hashanah! Let's break the fast together as a community with special catering by Chives!

high holy days 2022 annual food drive

Mon, August 8 2022 11 Av 5782