High Holy Day 2021 Hosted by Temple Beth El from Boca Raton

High Holy Days 2024 | 5785

L'Shana Tova!

Welcome to High Holy Days at Temple Beth El! We are so excited to celebrate with you.
Rosh HaShanah begins the evening of Wednesday, October 2.

New This Year!

All High Holy Day Services will be held at Temple Beth El’s Schaefer Family Campus.  Click here for more information.

All Services at the Schaefer Family Campus

All High Holy Day services will be held at the Temple Beth El Schaefer Family Campus! Many services will be held simultaneously in the Sanctuary (for Temple Beth El members and their guests) and the Chapel (for non-members), both at the Schaefer Family Campus. Tickets are required. There are NO High Holy Day services at FAU.

Click here for a full service schedule.

Be an Usher

There is so much work behind the scenes that we cannot do without the help of volunteers. We have set up flexible time slots to allow you to continue to worship with your family. Thank you so much for being a part of our High Holy Day Services. Click here to sign up to be an usher.


Tickets are required for all of our in-person services, unless otherwise stated. All tickets will be requested online and all tickets will be electronic.

Member Tickets

Tickets for High Holy Day services are complimentary with Temple Beth El membership for all members listed on your account. Members must request tickets in order to receive them, and must be current on their congregational commitment by Erev Rosh HaShanah (Wednesday, October 2) to be able to use them.

Temple Beth El members and their guests will be invited to worship in the Rabbi Merle E. Singer Sanctuary at the Schaefer Family Campus.

Members will be able to register for their complimentary tickets, as well as purchase any additional tickets for their guests ($180 per person) beginning Monday, July 15.

Non-Member Tickets

Non-Member tickets for High Holy Day services are $180, and include both Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. A ticket allows you to attend as many services for each holiday as you would like.

Non-Members will be invited to worship in the Chapel, located at the Schaefer Family Campus.

Registration for Non-Member High Holy Day tickets opens on Tuesday, September 3.

Non-member ticket registration for Congregational Worship services is closed. Click here to sign up for the waitlist.

Without tickets, non-members are welcome to attend services for Rosh HaShanah Day 2 at 10:00 am on Sunday, September 17, and/or Yom Kippur Afternoon Services with Yizkor at 3:45 pm on Monday, September 25, as well as Selichot with guest Chava Mirel on Saturday, September 9 at 8:00 pm. Non-members are also welcome to watch our High Holy Day services online on Virtual Beth El.

Non-members are also welcome to register for tickets to our Family Participation services, which are geared for children ages 8 through early teens, and include family-friendly liturgy, beautiful music, and a festive, participatory feeling. Click here to register for non-member tickets for Family Participation services.

Virtual Services with Temple Beth El

High Holy Day Services will also be available on Virtual Beth El (FacebookYouTube, and Livestream on our website). Click on the Virtual Services page for more information. There is no registration for our virtual services.

Need Help?

Please contact Debbie Eisenberg at 561-247-4714 or [email protected] for general information regarding High Holy Days, or call the main Temple line at 561-391-8900.

If you are a Temple Member and need assistance logging in to your ShulCloud account, you can click the “Forgot Password” button on the login page, or if you still need assistance, you can contact Janice Odesnik, Database Manager, at [email protected].