Join us for the High Holidays 2015/5776

September 7, 2015
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Join us for the High Holidays 2015/5776

Join the Jewish Home for your soul for a deeply meaningful High Holiday experience.

Call — 732-442-1373

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Rabbi Saks preaching at Cathedral International Baptist Church on Monday, January 20th in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Day. Photo courtesy of the Home News Tribune (

Rabbi Ari Saks

bronwen headshot

Cantor/Rav Bronwen Mullin

Highlights include:

                            • Traditional Rosh Hashanah Day 1 Service (September 14)

                            • Creative Rosh Hashanah Day 2 Experience (September 15)

                            • “Tot Shanah” program for young children on Rosh Hashanah Day 1

                            • Inspiring Yom Kippur Services (Kol Nidre, September 22; Yom Kippur Day, September 23)

                            • Poignant and relevant teachings and sermons

                            • Beautiful music

                            • Memorable shofar blowing

                            • Break room to relax with food and drink during Rosh Hashanah service

CLICK here for the schedule of our services and programs

There are many other benefits to making Beth Mordecai your destination for the High Holidays:

                          • Affordable tickets ($100 for family/friends of members; $150 for non-members; FREE & Discounted tickets available for FIRST time attendees)

                          • FREE Rosh Hashanah Day 2 and Yom Kippur Day (including Yizkor) service

                          • Great place to meet young, 20s-40 Jewish people through Young, Jewish Perth Amboy (YJPA)

                          • Iconic, beautiful sanctuary

                          • Honey giveaway

                          • Warm community

                          • Welcoming atmosphere

Call us or email us TODAY to make Beth Mordecai your home for the holidays!

Call — 732-442-1373

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