Temple Beth David Offers High Holiday Services for everyone September 25
Temple Beth David of the South Shore in Canton, Mass. is delighted to announce that all High Holiday services this year will be in person as well as on Zoom and livestreamed on Facebook. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
The High Holidays begin Sunday evening, September 25, with Erev Rosh Hashana.
Led by Rabbi David Winship and Cantor Maayan Harel, services at Temple Beth David are filled with music, spirituality, learning and “ruach,” the Hebrew word for spirit.
Registration is not required for in-person services, but is required if you’re joining via Zoom. Vaccination proof (original two shots plus at least one booster, as eligible) and masks are required for indoor services. Full schedule, details and links for guest passes and Zoom registration are on the Temple’s web site.
Guests are welcome at all services and can reserve passes by clicking here [https://tinyurl.com/5b68za5v] The cost of guest passes will be applied to first-year membership for any guests who choose to join. Babysitting will be provided for families with young children if desired, at a low cost of $18 per child per service.
About Temple Beth David of the South Shore
Temple Beth David is proud to be a participatory Reform Jewish community. We welcome and include those of different backgrounds and viewpoints. Vibrancy and innovation are important to our practice of Judaism. Through lifelong learning, we wrestle with the teachings of Torah. Through engagement in our community, we search for meaning, comfort, support, and celebration in our lives. Temple Beth David reaches out to the wider community through embracing social justice. We inspire and challenge everyone in our community to forge strong connections to their Jewish heritage, God, Israel, and the Jewish community.