High Holiday services will be lead again this year by Dr. George Kornfeld.
Tickets are available to non-members for a very modest charge. We also offer free Holiday Tickets to students and to prospective 1st time new members (past members, or those who regularly buy tickets, are not eligible).
Please contact the shul office, 244-2060, or email to BHBIRochester@gmail.com, for further information.
Selichot Services will be held at BHBI, September 16, at 8:15 pm together with congregants from Temple Beth Am.
Note that our Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret, and Simchat Torah Services will be held jointly with Temple Beth Am (TBA) and Temple Beth David (TBD). Please check the schedule below to see which service is at which location.
|Wednesday||September 20||7:00 pm||Erev Rosh Hashanah
|Shacharit 1st day
Tashlich with Temple Beth Am
meet at Temple B'rith Kodesh door A
Erev 2nd day at Temple Beth Am (TBK room 100)
||9:00 am||Shacharit 2nd day
|Friday||September 29||6:30 pm||Kol Nidre
|Shacharit and Yizkor
Final Shofar Sounding
|Wednesday||October 4||7:00 pm||Erev Sukkot with TBA and TBD at BHBI
||Shacharit 1st day with TBA and TBD at BHBI
||Erev 2nd day with TBA and TBD at Temple Beth Am (TBK room 103)
||Shacharit 2nd day with TBA and TBD at Temple Beth Am (TBK room 103)
|Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah|
|Wednesday||October 11||7:00 pm||Erev Shmini Atzeret and Yizkor, with TBA and TBD at Temple Beth Am (TBK room 103)
||Thursday||October 12||9:00 am||Shimini Atzeret and Yizkor, with TBA and TBD at Temple Beth David (TBK room 200)
||Erev Simchat Torah, with TBA and TBD at Temple Beth David (TBK room 200)
||Simchat Torah, with TBA and TBD at BHBI
Shabbat Shuvah services are Saturday morning, Sept. 23, 9:30 am at BHBI.
Dinner in the BHBI sukkah Sunday, October 8, at 6:00 pm. Reservations REQUIRED by Tuesday, October 3, 7:00 pm, by emailing to BHBIRochester@gmail.com. Cost for the dinner is $12/adult, $8/child 12 and under, you may pay at the dinner.
Temple Beth Am Potluck Dinner in the sukkah is Wednesday, October 11, at 6:00 pm in the TBK courtyard or in TBK room 106. Please bring a pareve or dairy dish to pass, and include a card that indicates the kashrut status of the dish so people can make an informed decision based on their own practices. If you want to list igredients on the card, all the better. Note, no food from outside may be brought into the TBA kitchen to be heated up. No RSVP required.