Temple Beth El of Boca Raton will present their Selichot program on Saturday, September 21st at their Schaefer Family Campus in east Boca Raton. The public is invited to join the clergy, professional choir and instrumentalists as award-winning composer and performer, Noah Aronson inspires everyone through music and words of introspection and illumination. The evening will commence at 7:30 with a Wine and Cheese
Pre-Oneg, followed by the Selichot Program at 8:00 pm and concluding with a dessert reception. There is no charge to attend but an RSVP is required at tbeboca.org/special-events.
Known for his unique, engaging, and deeply soulful approach, Noah Aronson is considered one of the most sought after Jewish musicians in North America, making over 65 community appearances each year. As a solo musician, he has released three full-length albums and songbooks entitled, ‘Am I Awake,’ ‘Left Side of the Page,’ and his latest project ‘More Love’ featuring his five-member Israeli Berklee alumni band. Music from these albums are now sung in progressive communities and summer camps worldwide and have been included as part of the curricula in all of the major progressive cantorial schools in the U.S.
“The musical selections for Selichot will help summon our higher selves as we prepare for the sacred work of the High Holy Days. We commit to practices of self-awareness so that we can connect with Divine love,” says Rabbi Dan Levin.
The observance of Selichot with a beautiful and meaningful program on the Saturday evening prior to Rosh HaShanah often includes themes of repentance and forgiveness. Jewish tradition, teaches that the preceding month of Elul is a time of soul-searching and reflection to prepare oneself for the magnitude of the Days of Awe.
This special evening featuring the exhilarating music of Noah Aronson should make the Selichot program even more fulfilling and memorable. The Temple Beth El of Boca Raton Schaefer Family Campus is located at 333 S.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL 33432. For more information about the free Selichot program and High Holy Day service tickets for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, call 561-391-8900 or visit tbeboca.org.
About Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton was founded in 1967 and has grown to become one of the nation’s leading Reform congregations. With a mission to inspire a passionate commitment to Jewish life, learning, community and spiritual growth; the temple offers two newly expanded campuses which serve the needs of the surrounding Jewish community. The Schaefer Family Campus at 333 S.W. 4th Avenue in east Boca Raton houses the Merle E. Singer Sanctuary, social hall, a full-service catering kitchen, chapel, Beit Midrash (Adult Learning Center), gift shop, classrooms, clergy and administrative offices. Also on the property is the Beth El Mausoleum, the only mausoleum in the United States to be built on sacred temple grounds. The Beck Family Campus at 9800 Yamato Road in west Boca Raton houses the Early Learning Center for preschool, infant daycare and summer camp, as well as a new Kehillah Center (community hall) and catering kitchen. Welcoming families of all ages, the temple holds weekly Shabbat services and offers a bustling religious school program for grades K-12; along with a variety of social, cultural educational, social action and religious programs. For more information visit tbeboca.org or call the Schaefer Family Campus at 561-391-8900, Beck Family Campus at 561-391-9091 or the Beth El Mausoleum at 561-391-8901.