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 Congregational Worship & Family Participation Services will be held at Temple Beth El. Young Children’s Services will be held on Rosh HaShanah at Temple Beth El, and on Yom Kippur at FAU’s Friedberg Auditorium. Click here for more information.

All High Holy Day Tickets are electronic!

High Holy Day tickets are COMPLIMENTARY with your 2024-2025 Temple Beth El membership for you and other members age 26 and under listed on your account.

When you register for tickets online, you will receive an email confirmation that includes a QR code. Please bring the QR code ticket with you on the day of services (either printed out, or saved to your phone). Your QR Code will be scanned at the door to check you in to services.

Tickets must be requested for you to receive them.  You must be current in your Temple Beth El congregational commitment, or your E-tickets will be invalidated.

Members will be able to register for their complimentary tickets, as well as purchase any additional tickets for their guests ($180 per person for both holidays, or $90 per person per holiday) beginning Monday, July 15.

Note: Additional tickets for guests are limited and will likely sell out.

Non-Member tickets for High Holy Day services are $180, and include both Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. You can also purchase tickets for individual holidays, for $90 per person per holiday. A ticket allows you to attend as many services for each holiday as you would like.

Registration for non-members opens Monday, August 19.

Note:  Non-member tickets are limited and will likely sell out.

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.

*Members should click above to log in to their ShulCloud account to verify their Temple Beth El membership and receive their complimentary tickets. If you 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 us at [email protected].