High Holidays 2022


High Holiday Service Schedule at Temple Beth-El

All services will be livestreamed at https://www.tbeny.org/live-stream/

In-person services are open to all. Members do not need to register. Guests may attend free of charge, but must register with the office by calling 845-454-0570. Registration deadlines:

  • Friday morning, September 23 for Rosh Hashanah
  • Monday morning, October 3 for Yom Kippur

Given the large number of people who will be gathering, we're requiring all attendees to wear high-quality masks. KN95 masks will be available at the door for those who need them. While we encourage all to get the COVID vaccinations and boosters they're eligible for, we are no longer requiring proof of vaccination in order to attend.

We ask everyone - particularly those who are unvaccinated - to be mindful of any symptoms of illness and to refrain from attending services if you’re symptomatic, unless you test negative on a rapid home test before coming.


Rosh Hashanah Eve

Sunday, 9/25/22

  • 8:00pm Evening service with livestream (Candlelighting 6:29)

Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Monday, 9/26/22

  • 8:45am Shacharit (morning) service begins
  • 9:45am Torah Service & Shofar Blowing
  • 9:45am Family Service w/ Rabbi Miriam
  • 11:15am Musaf service

Monday evening:

  • No service — enjoy a festive dinner with family and friends

Rosh Hashanah Day 2

Tuesday, 9/27/22

  • 8:45am Shacharit (morning) service begins
  • 9:45am Torah Service & Shofar Blowing
  • 11:15am Musaf service


Sunday, October 2

  • 9:00am Memorial Service at Temple Beth-El Cemetery


Tuesday, 10/4/22

  • 6:00pm Kol Nidre service (candle lighting is at 6:14 pm)


Yom Kippur Morning

Wednesday, 10/5/22

  • 8:30am Shacharit (morning service) begins 
  • 9:45am Family Service woth Rabbi Miriam
  • 9:45am   Torah Service, Sermon, President's Address
  • 11:15am   Musaf service
  • 1:15pm   Afternoon break begins. 


Yom Kippur Afternoon

  • 4:30 pm Yizkor (memorial) service and Remembrance of Martyrs
  • 5:15 pm: Mincha service with reading of Torah and book of Jonah
  • 6:20 pm Ne’ilah (closing) service begins
  • 7:13 PM: Havdalah and Shofar blowing as Yom Kippur ends