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We are looking forward to tefillot on the High Holidays that more closely resemble 2019 and prior years, while still reflecting the ongoing public health situation and hopefully incorporating the lessons learned from last year’s unique tefillot.

We will be offering tefillot in the Sanctuary and Social Hall plus outdoor locations offsite.

CHILDCARE

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Child care is available for children ages 3 through 4th grade  from 9:30am - 1:30pm on both days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur as well as on Kol Nidre evening. We encourage all children in grades 5 and up to join their parents in tefillah as much as possible and/or join our Tween Learning Service for Mussaf on Rosh Hashanah mornings.
 
Child care is provided by our agency Smart Sitting and all caregivers are carefully interviewed and screened. We are seeking parent volunteers for 20-30 minutes each to provide age appropriate yom tov activities for our children. Please reach out to Youth Director, Yali Szulanski (yali@thebayit.org) to volunteer.
 
To ensure everyone's safety and to maintain the proper decorum and sanctity during services, all children must be properly supervised by either sitting with their parents in services or in childcare. 
 
Click here to register your children for our Erev Rosh Hashanah Youth Program
KOL NIDRE APPEAL
 
Our Kol Nidre Appeal is one of the primary annual fundraisers for the Shul.  Our goal this year is 300 pledges and $160,000.
Your generous support ensures that our Bayit is able to meet its financial obligations in the year ahead.  Please give generously.
 
Click here to make your pledge today.
ROSH HASHANAH AND YOM KIPPUR READER
 
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Social Action Reader
Before you gather around the Rosh Hashanah table to bless the new year we ask that either you print this link or pick up a copy in shul lobby of the Bayit Social Action Committee's Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur Reader. We hope that the pieces in it can be useful inspiration as you think about the year ahead and reflect on the year behind you. We encourage you to consider using some of these pieces as conversation starters at your Yom Tov dinner and lunch tables.
 
Click here to print the reader.
Sun, September 19 2021 13 Tishrei 5782