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We Wish You a Happy, Healthy, and
Sweet New Year!

We wish you and your loved ones a year filled with health, happiness, and security. Beginning with our Selichot service, followed by Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, Sukkot services, and finally Simchat Torah services and celebration, each is an opportunity to re-connect to our community, God, and your own soul. 

We were pleased to welcome Rabbi Edward Bernstein as our Rabbi for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur this year. (Learn more about Rabbi Bernstein in the announcement email.)

Greeting from Rabbi Bernstein

Shalom, Congregation Beth Emeth! I’m so excited to be with you to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur as we begin the New Year 5782. 
During this High Holiday season, each one of us, I hope, will take the opportunity for personal introspection as we reflect on how we can bring about positive change in our personal lives and relationships. At the same time, we arrive at this season after a year and a half of great disruption. We’re trying to figure out how to bring out the best in our community when we need it the most. During our time together, I look forward to exploring with you how we can more effectively take care of ourselves, be present for one another and be aware of and responsive to the needs of our broader community. 
I am grateful for the opportunity to serve Congregation Beth Emeth for the High Holidays. Whether you will participate in person or online, I thank you for helping to create a vibrant Beth Emeth community, and I look forward to starting the new year on a good note with all of you. 
Shabbat Shalom and L’Shanah Tovah,
Rabbi Ed Bernstein

L'Shanah Tova Tikatevu v’Techataymu!  


Service and Event Schedule

All services will be available via Zoom, see the High holidays Online page for links and other information. A few will also be available in person, as noted below.

Sukkot Through Simchat Torah


Sunday, September 19, 2021

  • 10:00 AM-12:00 PM, All-CBE Raise & Decorate the Sukkah (with Religious School B’yachad)

Monday, September 20

  • 6:15 PM, Erev Sukkot Evening Service (Zoom only)

Tuesday, September 21 (First Day)

  • 9:00 AM, Sukkot Morning Service (Zoom only)

Wednesday, September 22 (Second Day)

  • 9:00 AM, Sukkot Morning Service (Zoom only)

Saturday, September 25

  • 9:00 AM, Hol Hamoed Sukkot Shabbat Morning Service (In person and on Zoom)

Sunday, September 26

  • 4:00 PM Sisterhood Virtual Wine Tasting (tentative)
  • 5:00 PM Men’s Club Steak & Whiskey Dinner in the Sukkah (in person)
Shemini Atzeret

Monday, September 27

  • 6:15 PM, Erev Shemini Atzeret Service with Yizkor (outdoors and on Zoom)

Tuesday, September 28

  • 9:00 AM, Shemini Atzeret Morning Service with Yizkor (Zoom only)
Simchat Torah

Wednesday, September 29

  • 9:00 AM, Simchat Torah Morning Service (In person and on Zoom)

Click to download pdf of detailed service & event schedule

Additional Information

Special Events

  • All-CBE Raise the Sukkah - with Religious School B'Yachad, Sunday, September 19, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. The entire CBE community is invited to come help make decorations and hang them in the Sukkah. Thank you to the Men's Club for handling construction of the frame!

Tickets, Requests & Purchases

  • No tickets or reservations are needed for Sukkot services and events.
  • Memorial Plaques – a perfect way to immortalize the memory of loved ones. The deadline to have the plaque available at the Selichot dedication has passed, but it's never too late to remember loved ones.
  • Lulav and Etrog – If you ordered a set, you should have received an email about picking them up.
  • P'ru Urvu -- Blessing of the new babies -- help us put your new child or grandchild in the booklet for Shabbat Bereishit! (deadline September 13)

Volunteer & Help Others

  • Service Volunteers - Stay tuned for a signup to help with Erev Shemini Atzteret and Simchat Torah Morning services, which will be held in-person as well as on Zoom.!
  • Torah Fund - You can help preserve, promote and perpetuate Conservative/Masorti Judaism by giving to the Torah Fund. Torah Fund is the dedicated philanthropy of the Women's League for Conservative Judaism, supporting scholarships and programs in institutes of higher Jewish learning. Torah Fund has raised nearly $106 million since its inception in 1942. It’s easy to donate online.


We look forward to celebrating with you and your family!

Wed, September 22 2021 16 Tishrei 5782