We look forward to welcoming the New Year with you! High Holy Day services will be available in person as well as online through our livestream. We are confident that offering both an in-person and a virtual experience will allow all members to find meaningful ways to worship and connect together.
You may choose up to three services to attend in person:
Erev Rosh Hashanah Monday, September 6
Rosh Hashanah I Tuesday, September 7
Rosh Hashanah II Wednesday, September 8
Kol Nidre Wednesday, September 15
Yom Kippur morning Thursday, September 16
Neilah Thursday, September 16
In-person attendance will be limited to 600 people for each service. You must provide the name of each person attending and reserve your attendance on this webpage. If you need assistance signing up, please call the office at (317) 253-3441.
PLEASE NOTE: New this year, all attendees must present a ticket at the door for security purposes. Tickets will be checked at every service. Tickets may not be transferred.
Services will be available to watch at www.bez613.org/watch-live/. Contact the office if you would like to borrow a High Holy Day prayerbook.
There will be no reserved seats. You will be seated by an usher. We ask that seats not be saved; please have everyone in your group arrive together. Seats will cost $85/person regardless of the number of services you are attending. In the spirit of Jewish community, we request that all those who are able to be vaccinated do so before attending in-person services. Masks are optional.
Youth programming will be available for children in kindergarten through fifth grade on the first day of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur morning. Sixth graders and older may attend services with their family. Babysitting will not be provided this year.
We will be mailing a Book of Life and Remembrance to every member family. To include a listing, please return the paper form with payment to Beth-El Zedeck or complete it online at www.bez613.org/blr/.
Thank you for your support as we strive to safely navigate in these evolving circumstances. Shana Tovah!