High Holy Days 2018/5779

High Holy Days at Temple Beth El combine meaningful prayer, inspiring words and soaring music within the warmth of community. 


If you are a member of Temple Beth El, you may choose to attend services at Temple Beth El or FAU and may request your tickets online. Please review our service schedule for new times and service options. Choose to attend Congregational Worship, Family Participation or Young  Children's Services ~ or all three!

Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur Congregational Morning Services

Choose your service style, both with Temple Beth El Clergy:

  • At Temple Beth El: Traditional, majestic High Holy Day service in Beth El style. 
  • At FAU Kaye Auditorium: A new, modern, introspective experience. A contemporary, intimate, participatory service with an eclectic musical feel.



Congregational Worship

Gather together as a community to spend the holiest days of the Jewish calendar in a meaningful worship service.

If you are not a member of Temple Beth El, you are invited to join us and our Clergy - Rabbi Dan Levin, Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Brockman, Rabbi Greg Weisman, Cantor Lori Shapiro and Cantorial Soloist Michelle Cohen - at Kaye Auditorium on the FAU campus on Glades Road in Boca Raton ( some services take place at Temple Beth El.) Please review our service schedule for details and request tickets here.

Military personnel and college students with valid ID are invited to attend services at FAU at no charge.  No ticket required, simply present your ID at the entrance to the Kaye Auditorium on the FAU campus.

Family Participation Service

Share the High Holy Days together as a family, with family-friendly liturgy and a festive, participatory environment. The service is designed for families with children age eight to early teens,  and will be a meaningful High Holy Day experience for all.  This service is now an option for guests. Please review our service schedule and request tickets here.

Young Children's Service

Bring your young children ages 8 and under to this afternoon service designed especially for them and filled with music, story and our famous High Holy Day skits. Open to the public - bring your friends and neighbors!
No tickets are necessary,  but registration is required.

Community Yizkor

A Community Yizkor service will take place on Yom Kippur at 4:30 pm at Temple Beth El in the Cohen Atrium at the Schaefer Family Campus.  Open to the community, limited seating, no tickets are required. 

Review our complete service schedule. Call the temple with any questions at 561-391-8900.