Calendar of Services and Events

Saturday, September 1: Selichot Service 6:30 PM: Home of Rabbi Stanway

Sunday, September 9: Erev Rosh Hashanah 8:00 PM
Monday, September 10:  Rosh Hashanah First Day Services
Children’s Service (1-5yrs) 9:00 AM
Morning Service 10:00 AM


Tuesday, September 11
Second Day Rosh Hashanah Morning Service 10:00 AM
Friday, September 14
Shabbat Shuvah Service 7:30 PM

September 16
Cemetery Memorial Service 10:00 AM

Tuesday, September 18
Kol Nidre 8:00 PM

Wednesday, September 19: Yom Kippur Services
Children’s Service (1-5yrs) 9:00 AM
Morning Service 10:00 AM
Afternoon Service Open to All 2:00 PM
Approaching the Ark 3:30 PM
Yizkor (Memorial) 4:00PM (approx.)
Neilah (Closing) 5:30 PM (approx.)

Things to do before Rosh Hashanna

Beth Miriam wishes you a Shanna Tova and a good new year.  We hope to see you at all our services and activities this Days of Awe.

Totally new Selichot event

Rabbi Stanway and Cantor Camhi have come up with a new and creative Selichot program to introduce the Days of Awe.

This year everyone is welcome to join the Rabbi at his house at 6:30 PM on September 1, 2018.  We will have a creative service out of the new Mishkah HaLev prayerbook, share a bonfire in the backyard, drink some wine, and share our dreams, hopes, fears, regrets and promises for the past and coming year.

We are moving away from the movie/discussion format and creating a Days of Awe Kahal (community) as we enter these holy days.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Important change to Community Service

Beginning with these Days of Awe, please be aware that we will no longer be hosting Community Services on the first day of Rosh Hashanna.  However, everyone is most welcome and invited to participate in the Morning Service for the Second Day of Rosh Hashanna out on the patio (weather permitting).  This service will not require a ticket of any kind and you are welcome to bring as many guests as you wish.

Services on Yom Kippur will be open to all, as usual, immediately following the Morning Service for Yom Kippur which, because of the great number of people, is for members of the Beth Miriam family.

We are looking forward to welcoming all people to our services and events during the events and services for these Days of Awe.