High Holy Days
HIGH HOLY DAYS 2018/5779
Saturday, September 1 | Selichot Selichot services held at Beth Or
7:30pm Musical service with Michael Henry
Guest speaker, Desmond Meade, founder of the Second Chances
Campaign to restore voting rights to 1.6 M disenfranchised citizens
in the State of Florida, will share his own personal story of teshuva.
Apple-themed dessert oneg to follow services.
Sunday, September 9 | Erev Rosh Hashanah
7:30pm Abbreviated service with meditation and traditional High Holy Day music
Monday, September 10 | Rosh Hashanah
10:00am Morning service
1:00pm Tashlich following morning service | Lunch following Taschlich – $25/pp
3:30pm Tot puppet service
Tuesday, September 18 | Kol Nidre**
7:30pm Evening service
Wednesday, September 19 | Yom Kippur**
10:00am Morning service – Services held at Christ the King
Abbreviated Yizkor service following the morning service.
3:00 pm “The Many Faces of Hunger” presented by Farmshare director, followed by a hands-on-food sorting/packing project to benefit people who struggle with food insecurities
4:30 pm Guided new year meditation with Patricia Isis & Carol Kaminsky
5:30 pm Neilah
Break Fast to follow services – $25/pp
All afternoon services held at Beth Or
**As a sign of spiritual purity and atonement, white attire is requested for all of Yom Kippur.
All are invited to reimagine the High Holy Days with reflection, inspiration, and joy!
Services held at:
Christ the King Lutheran Church
11295 SW 57th Avenue (Red Road), Miami
(unless otherwise noted)
Services officiated by
Rabbi Robyn Fisher
Musical Program directed by
Michael Henry and the Beth Or Choir
All those new to Beth Or’s High Holy Days are welcome to join us as our guest, with a completed High Holy Days Guest registration.
Click below to register.
We look forward to welcoming in the new year with you!
(Free of charge. This Guest Pass is for first-time participants only).
Tickets will not be mailed out. Check in at services.
Won’t you join us on this sacred journey and reimagine the High Holy Days?
Joining Us – The Beth Or High Holy Day Pass
Beth Or is not your parents’ synagogue-synagogue. We are a small, all-are-welcome community dedicated to reimagining Jewish spirituality and bringing healing to the world around us. We are inspiring a new generation to find a deeper connection to Judaism by wrestling with Jewish tradition and innovation, prayer and meditation, ancient texts and applied learning. Involvement in Beth Or is not a buy-in to a defined, insular community but an investment in a shared vision dedicated to finding meaning and inspiration from our ancient wisdom in order to heal our broken world, today. We offer two unique commitment options – our Membership Commitment and our High Holy Day Pass.
The High Holy Pass is available as:
Family Pass (2 adults and dependent children) – $750
For all Services
Single Pass (1 adult and dependent children) – $500
For all Services
1 day Worship Pass – $100
We are always thankful for those who are able to extend their ongoing contributions beyond the minimum donation to help us fulfill our mission. Beth Or is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; all donations are eligible for a tax deduction.