High Holy Days

Adult Services, Teen Services, Youth Services, Honors, Tickets, Babysitting and more...

Oy, where do we begin!  The High Holy Days are a busy time at Beth El, and we have a lot of information to make the time go smoothly!  Use the quick links below to find what you need, or call the office at (412) 561-1168 for anything we left out!  We can’t wait to see you and your family/friends at Beth El!  Have a wonderful new year!

Tickets
Inclusion
Torah Readings
Youth Services
Children’s Services
Babysitting
Honors
Prayer Books
Decorum and Attire
Security/Emergency Exits
Defibrillators

High Holy Day Fundraisers and Ways to Give

High Holy Day Pledge/Annual Appeal – donate online!
Kol Nidre Dinner – join us for dinner before services
Challah Orders – proceeds benefit USY order online;
Book of Remembrance  –  remember your loved ones; submit online.

 

From the Officers, Board of Trustees and Staff, we all wish you,
L’Shana Tova Tikatayvu!

Donate to a Fund

Honor or Remember a Loved One with a Donation!

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