High Holy Days
The Days of Awe and related observances
High Holy Days begin with Selichot on Saturday, September 17, 2022, and run through Simchat Torah on Tuesday, October 17, 2022. All services will be take place on the CBH campus with Zoom options available.
The COVID Task Force has determined that our mask mandate is in place for indoor programs and services until further notice. Outdoor masking is voluntary.
What to expect in person:
● Covid vaccination including boosters is recommended, but physical proof of vaccination is no longer required.
● Masking indoors is mandatory. Please wear only CDC approved masks- surgical, KN95 or equivalent.
No cloth masks, please.
● We continue to offer streaming, and outdoor seating for events with food, when possible.
If you test positive for COVID within 48 hours of being at CBH, please promptly notify Pia Spector, email@example.com
If you test positive, you cannot come on to campus until you have a negative by antigen test. This could be anywhere from 5 to 10 days after testing positive. This is also assuming you have no mild symptoms and you are fully vaccinated.
If someone in your household tests positive they should isolate. After 3 to 5 days if individuals in the household test negative they can come to campus.
Links to events will be available on password protected High Holidays page which will be available in advance of Rosh Hashanah.
Family events are in blue on the schedule below.
ScheduleDownload the 5783 High Holy Day Schedule Download the 5783 High Holy Day Programs for Families
We will make every effort to keep our schedule up to date and accurate. We cannot be responsible for changes resulting from trends caused by the pandemic.