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Shana Tovah 5783!

Wishing you a good, sweet, and healthy new year

All High Holiday Services from the CBS Sanctuary will be streamed. Find the link  to stream here.


Registration for Yom Kippur services is now closed. 

There is no registration or cost to view our services via livestream.
You can stream our services here:


What are the COVID-19 protocols for these High Holidays?  
All of our spaces (Main Sanctuary and UUC) will be capped at 50% capacity. Vaccines are required for all eligible, unless special permission is given in advance by the COVID Committee. Masks will be required indoors, except for service leaders on the Bimah. 

How do I get a ticket?
Tickets will not be sent by mail this year. Instead members must pre-register for any in-person service or program. You will not be permitted to attend any in-person service (indoors or outdoors) without pre-registration. 

Ticket Sales for Rosh Hashanah will close on Wednesday, September 21st.
Ticket sales for Yom Kippur only will continue until September 28th.

What about my children?
Children (age 0—32) of members are welcome to attend High Holiday services as long as they are pre-registered.  
Adult children (over 32) of members must become members of CBS in order to attend in-person services or program or they will need to wait until registration opens up to non-members.  (Membership applications are available here or call the Beth Shalom office to request one by mail).

Can I livestream? 
You can stream any services taking place in Beth Shalom’s sanctuary at this link.
Services in other locations will not be streamed. 
Registration is not required to view the livestream.

When can I hear the shofar?
On the 1st and 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah at indoor, outdoor and family services and at Neilah service on Yom Kippur.

I’m not a CBS member, how do I join?
Contact the front desk at 206-524-0075 ext 2504 or via email.

All services in the CBS Sanctuary will be streamed:  
Services at UUC will not be streamed. The UUC (University Unitarian Church) is at 6556 35th Ave NE, Seattle.
Pre-registration is required for all in-person programs and services.

Information on outdoor activities for Rosh Hashanah is visible only to logged in members.

All services in the CBS Sanctuary will be streamed:  
Services at UUC will not be streamed. The UUC (University Unitarian Church) is at 6556 35th Ave NE, Seattle.
Pre-registration is required for all in-person programs and services.

Information on outdoor activities for Yom Kippur is visible only to logged in members.

Community Reverse Tashlich and Religious School Family Brunch—Sunday, October 2, 2022

80:45am:30am Coffee/Snacks, 9:00am Litter Pick-up, 10:15am Tashlich Program, 10:45am Religious School Family Brunch.

Join us for a special experience where we reverse tashlich by removing litter from Green Lake's shore.  We'll meet at Green Lake's bathhouse to begin and will walk as we clean up.  Following the litter removal, we will explore the meaning of tashlich in separate programs for families and adults.  For Religious School families, the morning will end with an outdoor brunch.  No registration is necessary.  Wear navy blue to find each other that day.  Please note that this is in place of Religious School October 2nd.

There is also a Tashlich event with shofar blowing for members of all ages at a CBS member home on Rosh Hashanah Day 2, 5-6pm.  Space is limited.  Register here when you sign up for High Holiday services.




Your financial support will help us pay our operating costs, including the costs with paying our employees a fair living wage. 

Thank you for helping us live our values.

Please click here to make a High Holiday Pledge.

We also appreciate your volunteer support.  

Please click here to make a pledge of volunteer time.

Preparing for the High Holidays with Beth Huppin: God's Attributes
Tuesday, 9/13 from 7:00-8:00pm on 
ZoomThe list of God's attributes from Exodus 34:6-7 is repeated numerous times in the high holiday liturgy. In this class we will examine these verses in their context in Exodus and in the High Holiday liturgy. What might these contexts teach us about God? About ourselves? About forgiveness? About our relationships with each other? If you have a Torah text and a Mahzor Lev Shalem, please have them available during the class. If you don’t, links to the appropriate pages will be made available. No previous knowledge is necessary. All are welcome. Register to be sent the Zoom link.

Forgiveness and Accountability: A Journey to the Humanity of Justice—October 5, 4:00-5:00pm
In the Haftarah for Yom Kippur, the prophet Isaiah insists that the fast God actually desires includes freeing the oppressed. On Yom Kippur afternoon, join award-winning documentary filmmaker Gilda Sheppard as she shares about her work in Washington State prisons. She is a sponsor for the Black Prisoner’s Caucus and is among the founders and faculty for FEPPS- Freedom Education for Puget Sound, an organization offering college credited courses at Washington Correctional Center for Women. Her documentary film Since I Been Down explores education, organizing and healing developed and led by incarcerated women and men. 

JFS High Holy Days Food Drive

Once again, Congregation Beth Shalom is participating in the High Holy Days JFS Community-Wide Food Drive. The kindness and generosity of CBS congregants in years past has been overwhelming.
We will be collecting food between October 4-16th at CBS.
JFS Donation requests:

Nut butters Canned tomato Oatmeal
Canned vegetables Dried pasta Rice
Canned fruit Toilet paper Kosher foods
Canned soup Cereal Canned tuna or chicken

Please no glass containers, opened packages, or expired food items. Thank you!

If you would like to request a Yizkor book entry, please use this form.

If you would like to purchase a Lulav & Etrog and/or S'chach for Sukkot, please use this form.
The order deadline is Friday, Sept 30 at 12pm

Pick Up Your Lulav & Etrog 

Friday, October 7, 9am-2pm
Sunday, October 9, 9:30am-12:30pm

Sat, October 1 2022 6 Tishrei 5783