High Holidays Central


Congregation Bet Haverim's High Holiday Services are open to all who wish to join us at no cost.
We offer a variety of services, children's services and child care, and we invite you to join us for Break the Fast following Yom Kippur.

 
Ticket-free services 
 
All services are ticket-free. Just come and find a seat.
If you are attending as a guest, please RSVP in advance here.
 
 
Location 
 
All services will be held at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, 1790 LaVista Road NE, Atlanta, GA, unless otherwise noted. MAP

 

Children

Children's services will be held Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur mornings.
Childcare is available for infants and children's programming is available for children up to age 10 for First Day Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur morning, but SPACE IS LIMITED.
Please reserve your spot early. 


Parking

There is a parking lot behind St. Bartholomew’s, and it does typically fill up during services. Parking throughout the neighborhood is permissible (but not on LaVista Road).

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CBH Traditions

These are opportunities to experience a sense of belonging in different ways. Please participate as you are so moved.  

Prayer Wall

On Rosh Hashanah we will have a prayer wall.  This will be an opportunity to offer up private prayers and place them together as an expression of personal and communal longing. 

Memorial Table

On Yom Kippur, we will have a memorial table where you are invited to bring pictures or other mementos of those whom you are remembering. (All items can be collected when needed.) 


Al Chet

Submit your Al Chet to the community. It may be read aloud on Yom Kippur.

Oneg

Please sign up to bring something to one of our onegs on Rosh Hashanah, or to the break the fast gathering.

Operation Isaiah

Operation Isaiah is an annual food drive throughout the Jewish community held in conjunction with the High Holy Days. At this time of year, Jewish tradition stipulates that in addition to prayer and repentance, one must offer tzedakah (charity) as both an act of contrition and in recognition of our responsibility to care for those amongst us in need. Donation bins will be set up at Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. Please donate non-perishable food items that would help to feed a family of four for a day. 

Accessibility:

If you require sign language interpretation, please let us know and we will try to arrange it.

Wheel chair accessible seating is available. Please arrive 30 minutes early in order to reserve the seats nearby.

Questions? Please address any other inquiries to the Congregation Bet Haverim office during business hours at (404) 315-6446

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Volunteer to Help
(need ushers, greeters, people to bring items to oneg & break the fast, & more)

Sign up to bring to onegs and break the fast
It takes a village to make this work, please bring a dish or pick up as assigned item


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HIGH HOLY DAYS SCHEDULE 2017/5778
All service at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church unless otherwise noted

Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
Wednesday, September 20, 8pm  

Oneg after service

Rosh Hashanah First Day
Thursday, September 21, 10am  

          Children's Service Schedule

3-5 year olds 10:15am

6-7 year olds 11:15am

8-10 year olds 12:15pm

Oneg after adult services

Tashlich
Thursday, September 21, 2:30pm Tashlich
*at WD Thompson Park 

Rosh Hashanah Second Day Chant Service
Friday, September 22, 10am  

Tashlich Yoga
Friday, September 22, 7:30pm (at CBH Lavista)

Intergenerational Kol Nidre Service
Friday, September 29,  6pm 

Kol Nidre Service
Friday, September 29,  8pm 

Yom Kippur Day
Saturday, September 30  
   10am Morning Shacharit Service

Children's Service Schedule

3-5 year olds 10:15am

6-7 year olds 11:15am

8-10 year olds 12:15pm

   1:45pm NEW - Tai Chi with Neil Norton

   3pm Avodah Mediation Service

   4:15pm Yizkor Memorial Service

   5:30pm Ne’ilah
   
  7:00pm Break the Fast

  St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church Address: 1790 Lavista Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329

Tue, November 21 2017 3 Kislev 5778