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Temple Beth El of Boca Raton High Holy Day 2022 Tickets & Information

Boca Raton, FL (August 4, 2022) Temple Beth El of Boca Raton invites everyone to register for their tickets to celebrate the High Holy Days with us in-person for members at their Schaefer Family Campus in east Boca Raton and at Florida Atlantic University for guests. Additionally services will be livestreamed on Virtual Beth El for those individuals who are unable to attend in-person both locally and globally.  Additionally, a full list of our High Holy Days Service Schedule is available online on the temple’s website tbeboca.org.

Easy online ordering of our electronic-only High Holy Day Tickets are required for all of our in-person services, unless otherwise stated. Tickets will be sent to the email address provided upon registration and can be printed out by the recipient or kept on their smartphone to display the QR code for admission to each service. No tickets will be mailed.

MEMBER TICKETS

Tickets for High Holy Day services are complimentary with Temple Beth El membership for all members listed on the account. For those interested in Membership, please email Elinor Josephson or call her at 561-314-2833.

GUEST TICKETS

We welcome your family and friends to our High Holy Day services! Guest tickets for both holidays are $150 per person or $75 per person for each holiday. Due to space considerations, guest tickets are for FAU only for certain services.* A ticket allows you to attend as many services for each holiday as you would like.*See service schedule.

SERVICE LOCATIONS

Members may choose to attend services either at Temple Beth El Schaefer Family Campus or at Florida Atlantic University (FAU)’s Kaye Auditorium. Members bringing a guest to Congregational Worship Services must attend services with them at FAU. Our clergy rotates between services at Temple Beth El and FAU.

VIRTUAL SERVICES WITH TEMPLE BETH EL

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

For more information about Temple Beth El of Boca Raton, additional services such as Selichot, Tashlich, Kever Avot, Sukkot, Simchat Torah and its programs and events, Religious School, Early Learning Center, Beth El Mausoleum and membership, please visit tbeboca.org or call 561-391-8900.

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