2022/5783 High Holy Days

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L’shana tovah!

The High Holy Days are approaching. We will be regathering in person (in accordance with current Covid protocols), as well as livestreaming all services from Beachwood and the Maltz Performing Arts Center at University Circle.

To quote Rabbi Cohen, “Let us return to a Temple of prayer and reflection, support and compassion, learning and growth…Let us rejoice and be glad in the opportunity to see each other. Let us recommit to the legacy and mission of our extraordinary community.”

2022/5782 Services Schedule

We invite you to join us at the worship experience that feels most comfortable for you. All services in the Sanctuary at The Temple Beachwood and at University Circle will follow our congregation’s customary High Holy Day worship style. The Renew My Soul Services and Teen Services are more informal. All services will also be available on livestream.

View the full schedule of services

Remembering Our Loved Ones

We invite you to honor the memory of your loved one by listing their names in our annual Book of Remembrance, which is distributed at our Yizkor Service on Yom Kippur afternoon. We are no longer accepting names for the Book of Remembrance.

During the Yom Kippur Yizkor service, the names of Temple members who passed away during the last year are read aloud. We are honored to include names of non-Temple members, however, these names must be called into The Temple. Please contact Cyndi Wilson at 216.455.1965.

High Holy Day Tickets

All member families will receive two name tags and lanyards that will serve as adult tickets and will admit you to any service (in Beachwood or University Circle) during the 2022 High Holy Day season. Please bring your tickets to all services. Children through college age will be admitted on your ticket. Members and community members may purchase additional tickets online or by calling 216.831.3233.

High Holy Day Prayer Books

As we worship in our beautiful sanctuaries this year, we will use our Mishkan HaNefesh prayer books. Through the generosity of Julia & Larry Pollock, the William (z’l) & Janet Stern Family, and the Dolores Urdang, Molloy and Mulcahy Families, these books are provided as you enter the sanctuary, and then returned as you depart. These prayer books will be used during all High Holy Day services excluding the Young Family, Renew My Soul and Teen services.

For those participating via livestream, we are happy to lend you our High Holy Day prayer books. Please call 216.831.3233 to schedule a pick up time.


Babysitting will be available for children 18 months to 5-years at Beachwood for the following services:
– Monday, September 26 from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
– Wednesday, October 5 from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Advanced registration is required and space is limited! Register today to reserve your space.


Parking at the Maltz Performing Arts Center at University Circle will be available at all associated lots and a golf cart will be available from Lot 81. (Lot map)

Beachwood parking will be available at The Temple, Mandel JCC, Fuchs Mizrachi School and the Maltz Museum, with a continuous shuttle to all lots.


Will you be traveling during the High Holy Days? Through the URJ (Union of Reform Judaism), individuals who belong to a Reform congregation can attend High Holy Day services at other Reform congregations throughout the world. We can help you with tickets at a Reform synagogue in your destination city. Call Cheryl Ross at 216.831.3233 to for assistance obtaining tickets for another synagogue.

Ushers Needed

Members are encouraged to join the High Holy Day ushers who perform a mitzvah of ensuring a comfortable experience for all. If you would like to join the Usher Corps for the High Holy Days and/or assist at services during the year, contact Jennifer Mendelson at 216.455.1720.