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High Holy Days 5783 Registration

DEAR MEMBERS: PLEASE LOG IN TO SHULCLOUD (See "login" at top right corner of your screen).  If you have not set up your ShulCloud password yet, please click "Forgot Password." 
You will be prompted to set up a new password.

 
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Thank you for joining Congregation Beth El for the
High Holy Days this year.


Your presence and participation elevate our communal observance of this sacred season.

  • For security reasons, registration for all Rosh HaShanah (day 1) and Yom Kippur services, including Ruach Services, is required for everyone, regardless of membership status so that everyone can receive name cards and parking passes.
  • Guests of Congregation Beth El members are asked to submit a registration separate from the member host.
  • If you are a Beth El member you will need to submit your membership pledge for the 2022-2023 year prior to completing your High Holy Day registration.
  • After you register and before the High Holy Days begin, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to access services if you will be joining us over Zoom, along with other information and materials to help you and your loved ones participate fully in this year’s High Holy Days service and programs.

If you need any assistance renewing your membership please contact Beth El's Community Engagement Administrator, Alana Haim, at alana@bethelberkeley.org.

Please note, we are only accepting online payments made by credit card or echeck.

 
TO REGISTER, PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM IN ITS ENTIRETY. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THIS FORM MAY RESULT IN A DELAY IN PROCESSING YOUR REGISTRATION:
*A red asterisk indicates a required field.
There is a suggested donation of $250 per visitor. A visitor is defined as an individual who is new to Congregation Beth El.
 
There is a suggested donation of $125 per member guest. A member guest is defined as an individual with an affiliation to a member.
There is a suggested donation of $36 per household.
 

Service Attendance

All services will allow for mixed presence attendance. After your registration submission is received, you will receive a confirmation email that includes a link to access all service Zoom links. The Zoom links will be posted closer to the time that the service is scheduled to begin. To help us plan, please indicate which services you plan to attend.

Please let us know how you plan on attending the following services:


Name Card Registration

Everyone is asked to wear their name card at all times while on campus during the High Holy Day season. This helps to create a more welcoming and secure environment for everyone.

Assistive Technology and Accessibility for High Holy Day Events

Access and inclusion are core principles in our community. Please contact us if we can be of help in welcoming those with disabilities or special needs: (510) 848-3988; shalom@bethelberkeley.org.
Though the number of devices is limited and we can not guarantee there will be a device for everyone, we invite you to request yours in advance to help us plan.
Though the number of large print copies is limited and we can not guarantee there will be a copy for everyone, we invite you to request yours in advance to help us plan.

Childcare Sign-Up

Childcare is available for children in preschool through 6th grade for the services listed below only. A $25 fee covers all services. Proof of COVID Vaccination must be provided for every child registered for childcare. vaccination records will not be stored. Children are welcome to attend any services with their families. Children younger than 6th grade must be in childcare or supervised by a responsible adult at all times, and may not roam the synagogue unattended. Childcare is provided by our Camp Kee Tov staff and incorporates activities that reflect the themes of the High Holy Days.

Please note the following important safety policies:
Check-in takes place in the BENS wing and begins 15 minutes before the start of each service and continues for 15 minutes after the service start time. After that time, children will be divided into two groups based on age/grade level. During evening services older children will go to the youth lounge and during morning services will be taken to Live Oak Park; younger children will remain in the BENS wing and yard for both evening and morning services. Children will not be permitted to sign themselves out of childcare, or to move back and forth between childcare and the service, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Older children who arrive after the 30-minute check-in window must first be signed in by a parent or guardian with the childcare staff in the BENS wing before being walked by their parent or guardian to the youth lounge in the evenings or to Live Oak Park in the mornings. Please note that we do not offer diaper changing services.
 
Please indicate the services for which you will need childcare:
A $25 fee/child covers all services.
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Annual Appeal 5783

Please consider a contribution to our Annual Appeal. Your donation supports our efforts to build and strengthen a Jewish community in which people of all backgrounds find a deep sense of meaning, purpose, belonging, and joy.



Alameda County Community Food Bank
High Holy Days Virtual Food Drive


The Alameda County Community Food Bank estimates that the need for food assistance has nearly doubled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Synagogues participating in the annual High Holiday Food Drive are encouraged to make monetary donations to help ACCFB purchase its most needed items.  Because of the Food Bank’s impressive purchasing power (pre-pandemic, for every one dollar donated the Food Bank was able to purchase seven dollars of food), the funds congregants typically used to purchase food for the drive can instead be stretched even further and ensure the Food Bank’s shelves are well stocked heading into the busy holiday season.  
 

Please click on the submit button to proceed to the payment page. Please note, we are only accepting online payments made by credit card or echeck. Logged-in members of Beth El will have the option to pay by check by selecting "Bill to my account."

If you require further assistance, please contact mac@bethelberkeley.org.

Thu, October 6 2022 11 Tishrei 5783