High Holy Days

High HolidaysThe High Holy Days are upon us
and we look forward to having you
celebrate with us at Beth Isaiah Congregation!

Ticket Info:  To ensure that everyone is able to participate and enjoy this wonderful time of year, Your donations are greatly appreciated, to ensure the long-term financial success of your synagogue.  Thank you.

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RULES AND DECORUM

BEING CALLED TO THE TORAH, OPEN THE ARK, READING PRAYER FROM THE BIMA

  1. Men should wear Talit.
     
  2. Women should cover their head.
     
  3. A Woman who does not, regularly, wear Talit should not do so.
     
  4. A woman who is used to wear Talit may continue to do so.
     
  5. A woman can be called to the Torah on Shabbat, Yom Tov, Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
     
  6. The person who is called to the Torah should recite the traditional blessing before the reading and after the reading of the portion of the Torah.
     
  7. Women and men should be dressed modestly in the Bet Haknesset (synagogue).
     
  8. Men should wear head-cover (Kippa or a hat) when coming to the synagogue.
     

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