Reflection, Repentance and Renewal.
Schedule of Services - 5776 / 2015
4:30 pm - Erev Rosh Hashanah Children’s Service
7:00 pm - Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
7:00 pm - Healing Service
7:00 pm - Erev Yom Kippur, Family Kol Nidre Service
10:00 am - 12 pm - Yom Kippur Morning Service
1:00 pm - Yoga
2:00 pm - Walking Meditation(weather permitting)
3:45 pm - Afternoon Service and Discussion
5:00 pm - Yizkor Remembrance Service
5:45 pm - Closing Service
6:15 pm - Shofar Choir
Guest Attendance Policy and Guest Tickets
Beth Chaverim welcomes all members of the community to our High Holiday services! We do request a donation from all guests to help offset our costs. Should guests choose to join Beth Chaverim before December 31, 2015, the amount you donated will be applied towards your annual financial commitment. Note that no "tickets' will be issued; instead, we will have your name at a table in the lobby area.
Suggested Donation Amounts:
- Relatives of BCRC members - $25 per holiday
- Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kipuur Adults (25-69) - $125 per holiday
- Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Seniors (70+) and under age 25 - $25 per holiday
- Rosh Hashanah Children's Service ONLY (2nd grade and below, and accompanying adult family members) - $18 per family
Reciprocity for Members
Many may not be aware that member dues, school tuition, and building fund combined cover only a portion of our synagogue's operating expenses. We must rely on fundraising activities – and primarily, our annual appeals such as the Kol Nidre Appealin order to maintain the programming and services which all of us have come to enjoy.
The success or failure of the Kol Nidre Appeal relies on you. BCRC has about 135 member families, and many more who participate in our services and events but whom have not yet taken the step of membership. We're hoping that each of you who count BCRC as part of your lives - members and guests alike - will raise your hand and contribute, no matter the amount - $5,000, $500, $50. Obviously, the more you can give, the more it helps, but whatever you can provide is appreciated. We are hoping to stand before our congregation at our Annual Meeting and report not the amount of money raised, but also that all of us contributed and participated in this annual tradition - that 100% of our incredible community cared enough about BCRC to stand and be counted. Our goal is to raise $75,000 – please help however you can.
Of course, if you have already made your Kol Nidre donation separately, please accept our special thanks for your generosity and your commitment.
As we prepare for the High Holy Days, we wish you Shanah Tovah and a year filled with health, happiness and peace. We look forward to being together as a community during this special time of renewal and reflection.