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We are excited to share all the services and programs that we have planned for the High Holy Days, Sukkot and Simhat Torah. Check here frequently, as information is being updated on a weekly basis. For specific events, check the calendar for details.

We know you are wondering how you will access services during the High Holy Days. Complete details, including links, will be sent to all congregants on Monday, September 14. For now, here's an overview. You basically have two choices. 

  • Most services will be viewed using a YouTube link. The YouTube stream will be a combination of livestream from the sanctuary and pre-recorded video. Although you will need the link to view, there will be no login. Watch it on your laptop, or use your Roku TV, anyway you access YouTube, you will be able to view services. 
  • For those who wish, there will be an opportunity to join a Zoom session. The service will still be shared through YouTube, and that video will be shared in the Zoom session. This will allow you to experience services "together" with other congregants. Registration will be required to join the Zoom session.

We are offering congregants the opportunity to pick-up mahzorim for use during the High Holy Days. Remaining times for pick-up are:
September 13: 9:30 to 11:30AM
September 16: 5:30 to 7:30PM

There is no cost, but donations are happily accepted. Consider a donation to the Mahzor Fund, to help purchase new mahzrorim for 2021. 
If you are unable to come to pick up a mahzor, contact Sherry Shapiro to schedule a delivery to your home. Click her name to email or call 919-847-6612.

Personal High Holy Day Prayers
It is a long standing tradition at Beth Meyer and in synagogues all over the world for folks to come before the ark to offer their most personal prayers in our sacred space during the High Holy Days.  Since we won’t be davenning in our sanctuary in person en masse this year, we want to give congregants the opportunity to have some private time in the sanctuary to pray, be present, meditate and reflect. 

We are offering this on Monday and Tuesday evening, Sept. 14 and 15 between 6-8 PM.  Each family will be given 10 minutes. There will be 12 “spots” per evening, and 24 all together. 
Please fill out this Sign-up Genius with what time you and your family would like to come:

If you would like to volunteer, or would like someone to visit your home to sound the shofar, please contact Cathy Kaplan. Click her name for email or call 919-848-8111.
We do have some shofrot available to borrow for this purpose, or check this order form from the Judaica Shop. 
Sat, September 26 2020 8 Tishrei 5781