Youth & Family

Sing! Yeladim

If you’re between the ages of Kindergarten and 5th grade, please join Sing! Yeladim to sing throughout the year, beginning with Erev Rosh Hashanah! Email Cantor Elaya (cantorelaya@bethelberkeley.org) if your kids are interested!

Take your kids to Sing! Yeladim rehearsals for High Holy Days, directly before Kadima.

September 12, 3:30–4:00 pm
September 19, 3:30–4:00 pm
September 26, 3:30–4:00 pm

Tot Services

10:30 am, under the oak trees

Tot Services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (10:30 am, under the oak trees) are short family services held outside. Services are led by Rabbi Rebekah Stern and are geared toward our preschool age children and their families

Teen Services & Programming

Rosh Hashanah—12:00 pm, under the oak trees
Service 1:00 pm, Beit Midrash

Yom Kippur—12:15 pm, under the oak trees
Service, 1:00 pm, Beit Midrash

Teen Services and Programming are created and led by our high school teens. Activities and lunch (on Rosh Hashanah only) are followed by an engaging and musical service. These services and programs are exclusively for 6th–12th graders.

Rosh Hashanah Family Service (3:30 pm, sanctuary) is a joyful and musical service led by Rabbi Rebekah Stern and Cantor Elaya Jenkins-Adelberg with support from our youth singers Sing! Yeladim, and is geared toward K–5th graders and their families. All are welcome!

Family Services (geared toward children K–5 and families, all are welcome)

Rosh Hashanah—3:30 pm, under the oak trees

The Rosh Hashanah Family Service is a joyful, musical service led by Rabbi Rebekah Stern and Cantor Elaya Jenkins-Adelberg with support from our youth singers Sing! Yeladim.  

Yom Kippur—2:45 pm, sanctuary 

The Yom Kippur Family Service is a lively celebration, led by Rabbi Yoel Kahn and Cantor Elaya Jenkins-Adelberg, and includes special music, prayers, and interactive storytelling.
 

Childcare is available for children pre-school through 5th grade. 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, 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.

Ticket registration is now open! Sign up online to join us!

Click here for full information packet in .pdf format.

Here is the full schedule of services!