High Holy Days at Beth Chaim
On Sunday, September 29th, we gather again for Erev Rosh Hashanah, the first of our Yamim Noraim — Days of Awe — our High Holy Days. These days of prayer and meditation are meant to be a time of reflection and renewal.
We warmly invite you to join us, both in these days of preparation, and at our services at the High Holy Days. Click here for more information. L’Shanah Tovah.
A Personal Welcome to Beth Chaim
The traditional words of welcome in the Jewish tradition are “Baruch Habah B’Shem Adonai” which is usually translated as, “Blessed Are You in the Name of God.” I prefer the translation, “It is a blessing that you have come, to make us all aware that it is through relationship that we are brought into the presence of God.” Our people have always known that one of the most vital spiritual avenues – ways we can experience the mystery that is God -- is through relationship.
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