High Holiday Seating

Aug 05 2018

Dear Friends,

As the season progresses,  we hope you and your families are enjoying another summer in Sullivan County.  Congregation Temple Beth-El, remains  a unique stalwart of Conservative Egalitarian Jewish tradition in the ‘Borscht Belt’.

 Rabbi Mitchell Blank with the cantorial assistance of Dr. Len Zimmerman continue Shabbat services thru Labor Day weekend. Shabbat services, followed by our ‘Fabulous  Kiddush’  and socializing, have been attracting folks from in and around the area. Rabbi Mitchell’s  ‘Kiddush and Learn’ discussion series on Jewish Ethics are well attended and appreciated. Rabbi Neal Loevinger will be returning for the High Holiday Services.

A special thanks to our volunteers and attendees, particularly Cindy Shechter, Gerry Solomon, and Len Zimmerman, who help to create a truly unique and meaningful Beth-El experience. Weekly floral arrangements provided have added to the beauty of each Shabbat. Our thanks to Max and Elita Shapiro.   Member sponsorship of the Kiddush- Luncheons has allowed expansion of this popular schmooze to delicious heights. These weekly Shabbat services are needed for the shul to remain vital, and for us to ‘be there’ for our neighbors when needed! Just a few Shabbats remain this summer, so plan on joining us.

Please be aware that the holidays fall early this year, and we may have space issues.  We have selected an early deadline for receiving completed requests and checks so that additional seating downstairs (rec hall) might be considered by the Board of Directors.

High Holiday seat requests MUST BE RECEIVED BY  Monday, August 20, 2018 to allow appropriate planning. 

 

Thank You for your cooperation!

Larry Seitelman

We hope you are planning to join us.  For tickets, please fill out the form and mail to the address above by Aug 20th.  Questions? call Mary-Ellen Seitelman (518) 339-3219.  Non-members may purchase seats pending availability.

A SEATING CHART WILL BE POSTED.   

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Name______________________________________

E-mail________________________________

Phone #  Winter____________________Summer______________________Cell_____________________

If you have not yet paid your 2018 dues, please do so.    SEATING IS LIMITED.  PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL BE HERE

FOR JUST ONE HOLIDAY.   [__] Only Rosh Hashanah    [__] Only Yom Kippur  check IF applicable

Dues: (125.00)

High Holiday Seats                                       

Members                _______ X  35.00    ____________ (Includes dependent children)

Members’  Family  _______X  45.00     ____________

Non-members        _______ X  75.00     ____________  (pending availability)

*Donation                                                        ____________

                                                     Total         ___________

(Please make checks payable to Congregation Temple Beth-El)

Planning on attending Break the Fast?      YES   [__]          NO  [__]  please check one

* We have kept our dues/ticket fees low but our expenses have increased.  Donations would be greatly appreciated.

The schedule of services is as follows:

 

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 9th

Ma’ariv                                  8:00 pm

Candle Lighting                    7:01 pm

Rosh Hashanah            1st day    Monday, September 10th

Morning Service                    9:00am

Tashlich at State Launch     6:00pm

Mincha-Ma’ariv                     6:30pm

Rosh Hashanah             2nd Day  Tuesday, September 11th

Morning Service                    9:00am

Mincha                             To Be Announced

Erev Yom Kippur                             

Tuesday, September 18th

Kol Nidre                               6:45pm

Candle Lighting                      6:46pm

Yom Kippur                                       

Wednesday, September 19th

Morning Service                    9:00am

Yizkor    Approximately     11:00am

Mincha  (Book of Jonah)    4:45pm

Neilah                                      6:15pm

Shofar                                      7:30pm

Join us immediately following services to break the fast.

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