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High Holy Days
The High Holy Days begin with the Jewish month of Elul (the month before Rosh Hashanah, usually in mid-August), when we begin our season of self-reflection. The holidays continue through Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Sh’mini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
CBE offers meaningful services each holiday, and we hope to see you there!2017 Schedule Book of Remembrance
All members in good standing will have their tickets mailed to them on September 1. Each adult member will receive a ticket. Children under the age of 26 are not required to have tickets. Children over the age of 26 will need to become a member of CBE or you can purchase guest tickets which must be ordered by September 11.
Tickets will allow entrance to the main services, the various family services and the Brooklyn Jews Services on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. CBE members may also attend Altshul Services, but you must register for them separately as space is limited.
If you will be out of town during the High Holy Days and wish to attend services at another Reform synagogue, please fill out the Out of Town Tickets for CBE Members form.
Out of Town Tickets for CBE Members
You can submit names for our Book of Remembrance.
Book of Remembrance
Yom Kippur Food Drive
Please join us as we partner with CAMBA to help the local community get the nutritious meals they need. Bags will be distributed during Rosh Hashanah and can be returned on Yom Kippur Day. If you don’t want to carry food on Yom Kippur, you can also purchase items off the online wishlist and they’ll be shipped directly to CAMBA.