Together we will heal
With COVID-19 still active, we cannot know with any certainty what our High Holy Days will look like this year. We face difficult choices between our religious needs and communal desires and what is safe and sound.
What we do not know is that it is increasingly likely that we will not be able to gather in person and will need to join together online. We may feel frustration and despair about another High Holy Days that are affected by COVID, but above all, we need to prioritise pikuach nefesh and the safety of our community.
Together we will heal and be whole, whether in our Sanctuary or on our screens. Let’s isolate ourselves from this virus, but not from each other or our tradition.
High Holy Day
Let’s isolate ourselves from this virus, but not from each other or our tradition! Click on the links below to learn more about our High Holy Days services and activities.
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Prepare for the
Click on the images to join with our community in getting ready for the New Year.
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Services
Activities
Click on the image to view a host of activities, colouring pages and blessings for each of the chaggim (festivals).
Temple Beth Israel
Temple Beth Israel is a kehila kedosha (spiritual community) bringing innovation and creativity to Jewish traditions. We provide multiple pathways for our members and friends to engage with Progressive Judaism that enhances their lives through spiritual enrichment, learning and community.
We are guided by principles of egalitarianism and respect for others. We are inspired to continually develop and grow and to provide a spiritual home for all who wish to embrace our values. We welcome your membership.
Thank You
The costs associated with the launch of tbi.org.au/highholydays, as well as the cost of the publication of our Kol Yisrael Magazine have been made possible by our generous Members of Temple Beth Israel
We are extremely grateful for the support and friendship of our Members and friends and their commitment to ensuring that the upcoming High Holy Days feel as normal as possible.
You can join this effort by make a donation online here.
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