This year Rosh Hashana will be on Monday and Tuesday , September 10 and11, and Yom Kippur on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.
We are delighted to be conducting the following services and, as always, all of our inspirational rabbis and educators will be visiting all of the minyanim to share their High Holiday messages.
Social Hall Services
will be under the proficient guidance of Hakham David A. Tawil and Rabbi Ely Matalon along with our popular David D. Tawil and Abraham Rudy.
Deal, New Jersey Services
Steven and Julie Montague are graciously hosting services in their home for Rosh Hashana only.
Seating is extremely limited and almost sold out.
If you are considering this option please
click this link
Vatiqin First Minyan
be led by spiritual leader Rabbi Yaakob Savdie, Rabbi Michael Schrem and Hakham Morris Arking which will be conducted in our lounge on the two (2) mornings of Rosh Hashana and the morning of Yom Kippur. We will have reserved seating for Yom Kippur. If you would like to pray in the Vatiqin Minyan, the price per seat is $150 (whether or not you reserve a seat elsewhere). Ladies’ seats are gratis but are on a first come, first served basis and are very limited.
Due to the construction of Club 100 we have added a minyan in our 2
floor Midrash. Rabbi Daniel Kahana will serve as spiritual leader with Hazan David Ammach & Hazan Jack Janani who will lead the teffilot. Space is extremely limited.
Again this year we will have the Father & Son Minyan added to the High Holiday schedule. Rabbi Joey Mizrachi will enhance the services in the First Floor Midrash which will be geared towards elementary school youth, praying with their parents. Space is extremely limited.
Seat sales will run through the close of business Thursday, August 30, 2018.
Please book early to insure that your needs and those of your family are accommodated. All past balances must be paid (or arrangements made) in order to reserve seats.
If you would like to come into the office to pay in person, or order seats on the phone (718-252-9840) you may do so during regular business hours.
If you plan on attending, you still need to confirm your seats and settle your accounts. In anticipation of the demand for seats, if you are a permanent seat holder and are not going to be praying at Beth Torah for Rosh Hashana and/or Yom Kippur, please let us know as early as possible. If we don’t hear from you we will not assume you are praying with us.
You can click this link to advise of your plans.
We hope you are enjoying your summer and look forward to seeing you in September.
Congregation Beth Torah
High Holiday Seating Committee