High Holidays begin early this year, with erev Rosh Hashana on September 6
This year, Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein will be leading services and Devora Fick-Taylor will join her/us as cantor. This may be the first time in Beth Sholom history we have had both a rabbi and cantor for High Holidays. We are very much looking forward to this.
High Holiday Services
Update: Services attendance will be online only, either through Zoom or Facebook Live. The rabbi and cantor will be at the synagogue, as well as a few others to assist running the services. The exception is Tashlich, which will be outdoors on the shore of the Columbia River at the foot of Lee Blvd. Distancing and masks are still recommended.
Saturday services no longer offer in-person attendance for all services. This is a decision made by the services leaders, so some are in-person and Zoom and some are Zoom only.
Friday evening services continue in Zoom only. Fill out form for remote services access.
Friday night: 6 p.m. until further notice - online only
Saturday morning: 10 a.m. - in person or online (varies).
As of Sept. 1, masks are required for all in-person participants. Service leaders may be masked or not. Not all Saturday services will offer in-person. If you feel ill or have been in contact with someone who is ill, please stay home.
*If we have a visiting rabbi, we usually move the potluck to that Friday, and other Friday start times sometimes vary. Contact email@example.com to confirm services times