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Temple Brith Achim High Holy Days 5783

TBA will be in-person for High Holy Days, with online option. New Prayer Books!
“High Holy Days Admission Cards” and information for online access
will be provided to TBA Members.

TBA Guests and anyone with questions about High Holy Days should contact:
email - HHD@brithachim.org; phone - 610-337-2222 option 6

Rosh Hashanah Evening - Sunday September 25
7:15pm Gather and Chat
7:30pm Rosh Hashanah Evening Service
Followed by Music Program (in-person only)


Rosh Hashanah - Monday September 26
9:00am Children’s Service (geared for 2nd grade and
younger, and their families)
10:15am Morning Service (w/Torah, Shofar, Sermon)
1:00pm Tashlich Picnic (in-person; Norristown Farm
Park; bring-your-own-food)
2:00pm Tashlich Service


Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day - Tuesday September 27
10:00am Outdoor (weather permitting) Morning Service
(in-person only)

COVID info:
Masks are optional. Last year, a new filtration system was added to our air conditioning and heating. It is an integrated system
to remove harmful particles and contaminants, specially designed for infectious diseases such as COVID-19 and other viruses


 

Kol Nidre - Tuesday October 4
7:15pm Gather and Chat
7:30pm Kol Nidre Service


Yom Kippur - Wednesday October 5
9:00am Children’s Service (geared for 2nd grade and
younger, and their families)
10:15am Yom Kippur Morning Service (w/Torah, Sermon)
12:30pm Yizkor (no earlier than 12:30pm)
3:00pm Rabbi led Text Study
4:15pm Afternoon Service
5:45pm Ne’ilah & Shofar


Followed by Break-the-Fast (RSVP by September 12:
cpoust@brithachim.org)


 

Eagles Watch Party with Sukkot Halftime
Sunday, October 9, 4:00pm

Join your TBA friends for an Eagles Watch Party.
Root for the Birds (and not those other birds)
- Snacks & “Pizza in the Hut”
- Shake the Lulav in the Sukkah
- Sukkot Prayer Service at Halftime


Sukkot, a Hebrew word meaning "booths" or "huts", refers to the Jewish festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest. It is a custom to decorate the Sukkah with creative works of arts and with fruit. Some Jews have
the custom of fashioning “birds” out of eggshells covered with feathers and hanging them in their Sukkah.

Bring Eagles decorations to hang in our TBA Sukkah. Go Birds!

Day of Learning Concludes with Simchat Torah Celebration
Sunday, October 16
3:00 “50th Anniversary” Day of Jewish Learning, then Dinner
6:00 Simchat Torah Service


We need enough people to unroll the entire scroll!


Simchat Torah, Hebrew for “rejoicing in the Law”, celebrates the completion of the annual reading of the Torah.  Simchat Torah is a joyous festival, in which we affirm our view of the Torah as a tree of life, and the Jewish tradition of lifelong study.  We read the concluding section of Deuteronomy, then immediately read the opening section of Genesis.

Fri, September 30 2022 5 Tishrei 5783