Welcome to  Temple Beth Hillel Holidays website

Dear Temple Beth Hillel Members and Friends! Welcome to our Holidays website where you can learn about the many offerings we have planned. Temple Beth Hillel clergy and staff have developed meaningful programming, which you can find by visiting the pages and clicking on an image to learn more. Each program offers you the opportunity to register, and if you can, to donate. If you are not a paid member of Temple Beth Hillel we ask you to please consider making a more significant donation of support. Any level of contribution is deeply appreciated!



Upcoming Events

**** Please plan to be masked throughout all of our High Holy Day programming indoor and outdoor spaces for all ages regardless of vaccination status.

Most of our services will be streamed over zoom and through our TBH Facebook page. All are invited to attend through these virtual services.
For our in-person Kol Nidrei services. Current vaccinated TBH members who reside in your household may sign up to attend either the early or late service. In addition, Kol Nidrei will be streamed.
Slichot which will be held in-doors is open to vaccinated individuals. Tashlich, Yoga, and the drive-thru are geared towards TBH families.

Only Slichot observance will be held in-doors, and this is for vaccinated individuals.

You must fill in either the signup genius or call Nolan at the Temple office ahead of services.  The signups are available under each holiday on our website.  To assist with check-in for Kol Nidrei you may send proof of vaccination ahead of the service to nrivkin@tbhla.org.

We encourage older children to join in the streaming of our services with their families. The services length are a bit shorter than traditional services of the past.

In addition, the Rosh Hashanah drive-through is geared towards all ages and full families in your cars.  Please join our community on Rosh Hashanah eve as we welcome the holiday all together!

In addition Tashlich at the beach is a perfect outing for children.  We ask that everyone wear masks, and join together for a shofar service, tashlich, a sing-a-long, and havdalah.

There will also be streamed services for young children on Yom Kippur!  As well as, holiday services during their school time on campus and Sukkot and Simchat Torah events.

Yes.  Every person ages 2 and up will need to wear a mask during services whether taking place indoors or outdoors.

To attend Kol Nidre outdoors, you will need to show proof of vaccination.  You may choose to send a copy of your vaccination ahead of the holy days to nrivkin@tbhla.org OR bring it with you to show during the check-in process.