It will be so good to be back together for THE High Holy Days THIS YEAR!
Tickets are required to attend High Holy Day services in person. Services will be held in-person at Temple Beth El Schaefer Family Campus only. No services will be held at FAU. If you have tickets for FAU, you can use them at Temple Beth El. We have also added an additional service on the first day of Rosh HaShanah, Tuesday, September 7, at 2:30 pm to accommodate those who have registered for both Temple Beth El and FAU.
Due to capacity restrictions, registration for in-person High Holy Day tickets is full.
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If have tickets to attend in person, you must wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth for the entire time you are in the building. If you have any signs of illness, please stay home and watch services online.
Although the Temple will not deny access to those individuals unable to provide proof of vaccination due to a state law that prohibits us from doing so, we request that only fully vaccinated individuals attend services in person. We sincerely ask that those who have elected to forego the COVID vaccination participate in services virtually. We are trying to create the safest possible environment for those in attendance and so only fully vaccinated people should participate in person.
Please note: Expect eastbound traffic delays due to construction on Palmetto Park Road. Leave extra time or take alternate routes on Glades Road or Camino Real.
North and south lots will be available for parking. Overflow parking will be available at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church across the street, and Church on the Hill, just north of Temple Beth El. Please park in designated parking spots only and observe handicapped and reserved parking signs.