Beit Chesed Congregation

Calendar of Activities 

 The High Holy Day Feasts

Yom Teruah (Rosh HaShana)

We will meet on Wednesday, September 20, at 6:15PM, to celebrate Yom Teruah, the Day of the Awakening Blast, also known as Rosh HaShana (the Head of the Year). Join us as we gather to observe this Appointed Time with music and teaching. You may bring a nosh (snack) to share.

Praises to the people who know the shofar’s cry; HASHEM by the illumination of Your countenance they walk. In Your Name they rejoice all day long, and through Your righteousness they are exalted. For You are the splendor of their power, and through Your favor our pride will be exalted. Psalm 89:16 Stone TNK

Yom Kippur 

We will meet on Erev Yom Kippur, Friday, September 29, at 6:00PM, for Kol Nidrei Service. Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is the culmination of the Ten Days of Awe (a period of repentance called "Teshuvah"). On this day, we rest from work and we fast for 25 hours, from evening to evening. Traditionally, we wear white clothing on this day. Breaking the fast details to be announced. 

Join us as we gather to observe this Appointed Time with teaching and prayer.

Come, now, let us reason together, says HaShem. If your sins are like scarlet they will become white as snow; if they have become red as crimson, they will become [white] as wool. Isaiah 1:18 Stone TNK


We will have two evenings of Sukkot open to Beit Chesed community family and friends, the first night, a holy convocation, Wednesday, October 4, at 6:00PM, and we will meet again on erev Shabbat, October 6, at 6:00 PM. (We will not meet that Shabbat morning) This Feast is also called the Feast of Booths or Tabernacles and it lasts seven days. It is the "Season of our Joy." If you would like to participate in the mitzvah of the sukkah, please inquire after Rosh HaShana.

Join us as we gather to observe this Appointed Time. We will have praise and worship, teaching, and a potluck meal. Bring a food item to share. Also, bring a lawn chair.

(All food must be kosher - If you need kosher defined, e-mail questions to

 Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah

We will meet on Wednesday, October 11, at 6:00PM, for Shmini Atzeret and on Erev Shabbat, October 13, at 6:00PM at the going out of Simchat Torah. (We will not meet that Shabbat morning) On Shmini Atzeret, come prepared to read your favorite Psalm and bring a "nosh," a light snack to share.

You can draw water with Joy from the springs of salvation ... Give thanks to HASHEM, declare His name, ... Make music for HASHEM, ... Exult and shout for Joy, ... the Holy One of Israel is great in your midst!  Isaiah 12:3-6 Stone TNK


Regular Meeting Time

We are meeting on Shabbat morning for teaching and Torah study in a home setting. Families are welcome to be a part of this building process in a Torah Observant Community. Contact us for more information.  


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