We warmly welcome you to share the High Holy Days with us at Bet Am Shalom.
We welcome all generations, religious backgrounds, including interfaith families, empty nesters, singles, LGBTQ, the scholarly and observant, and those new to Judaism.
Our services are open to the public — no one is turned away. When you come into our beautiful service, you will find a distinctive openness and spirituality, as we mark the traditional rituals of the Days of Awe. It’s an environment of inspiration, welcome, community, and song.
- We have a great child-friendly family service, babysitting, and children’s activities on both mornings of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur morning
- Services are highly participatory
- We worship – literally – in an open tent on our park-like grounds. The tent is rain-proof and has heaters for chilly weather
If you have additional questions, we want to hear from you! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You do not need tickets, but we do request that you register. We need and appreciate your generous donations too.