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High Holy Days Registration Information

This year, the majority of our High Holy Days services and programming will be held online via Zoom. There will also be a couple of outdoor, offline services—Tashlich and our Family Nature Celebration on the second day of Rosh Hashanah. Children's Activities are also available. This page contains details on how to register for each type of service/program.

For more information, please click on "High Holy Days" above; for the schedule breakdown, please hover over "High Holy Days" and click "High Holy Days Schedule" in the drop down-menu. You may also use the links below.

With our wide variety of programming options, it may be a bit confusing to navigate what needs to be done to attend which services, so we have tried to answer as many questions as possible here.


I'm a member of Beth Shalom. How do I register?

  • Beth Shalom members are automatically registered for Zoom services.
  • You will receive the link and any other service updates via email. 
  • Registration is required for Children's Activities and for each outdoor event (see below) which you plan to attend. 
  • We are not charging a fee for services but welcome any contribution you can make. Please click here to make a donation.

I am a guest of Beth Shalom. How do I register?
Please register for all services you plan to attend. You are welcome to attend any number of services that we offer via Zoom; no tickets are required. Once your registration is received you will be added to the distribution list to receive the Zoom links. If you do not receive your link by September 17, please email the office

Please use the registration form for all Zoom services by clicking hereThe times for these services are all detailed on our schedule

You are also welcome to attend Children's Activities and any outdoor activities. Please see the instructions below.

We are not charging a fee for services but welcome any contribution you can make. Please click here to make a donation.


How do I register for Children's Activities?
Children's activities will be offered prior to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur morning services for two age groups. In order to make sure each family is able to pick up their activity supplies, we have a separate registration the Children's Activities and a deadline of Tuesday, September 1. 

The registration may be accessed by clicking here and will give your children the opportunity to participate the following activities: Younger Children's Rosh Hashanah Activity, Older Children's Rosh Hashanah Activity, Younger Children's Yom Kippur Activity, Older Children's Yom Kippur Activity.

If you have registered, you will receive an email with the appropriate Zoom link(s) for your family. If you do not receive these links, please email Lynn Calnek.


How do I register for the outdoor events?
Our Tashlich Service on the first day of Rosh Hashanah and Family Nature Celebration on the second day are both outdoor programs. Each event is limited to 20 families; second sessions will be made available if needed. If you are interested, please make sure to register as early as possible. 

Tashlich has been canceled due to restrictions.

For the Family Nature Celebration, click here.

Please be aware that, as the situation with COVID-19 changes, we may have to reduce capacity and/or cancel these events.

As a reminder, masks and social-distancing are required at our outdoor events.


How do I make a donation?
If you are able and wish to donate, please click here to donate online. When prompted to enter where you would like your donation to be allocated, please select "High Holy Days" from the drop-down menu. If you do not wish to donate online, please feel free to mail a check to:

Beth Shalom
5713 Yates Mill Pond Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27606


My question isn't answered here. Now what?
Please email the office or call 919-364-3497, and our office manager will assist you and/or point you in the right direction to have your question answered.
 


High Holy Days Ser​vice Descriptions​

High Holy Days Schedule

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