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Are you ready to forgive? High Holidays are two weeks away!

09/14/2019 12:08:48 PM



The High Holidays are only a month away.  Where will you be spending your high holy days? Beiteinu, "Our House", would love to have you join us.  We recognize that our faith is not one size fits all.  We would like to help accommodate as many people as possible with what they need for their own spiritual journey. That's why we offer several different options.  There's something for everyone.  

  • Want to come for Rosh Hashanah Under The Stars?  Welcome in the new year of 5780 with us at the Chubb Conference Center.  Enjoy the music of Adam Weitz from Adam Weitz Events, sing and dance, and have your Rosh Hashanah Meal on us.  The famous Garces Groups with be catering it this year.  Your food will be waiting for you. We will have a service outside, under the stars, culminating with the blowing of the shofar at sundown ( wheather permitting it will be outside)
  • Want to come for all the High Holy Days?  That's perfect.  We will be holding Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur, Yizkor and Petzkor at the buccolic Chubb Golf and Conference Center. What a beautiful setting for reflection and to welcome the New Year.
  • Still want more?  Become a member and join us for RHUS (Rosh Hashanah Under The Stars), High Holy Days, Minyan, Youth Learning, Torah Study, and Shabbat Services in Montgomery and/or Bucks county)


You choose and sign up for  "WHAT WORKS FOR YOU.  Below is our schedule of events during the High Holidays 5780





All Rosh Hashanah (including Rosh Hashanah Under The Stars), Kol Nidre, Yom Kipper, Yizkor and Petzker  services will be held at the beautiful

Chubb Golf and Conference Center

309 Manor Rd

Lafayette Hill, PA 19444



Sunday, September 30th

6:00 pm – shofar will be blown at sundown

Enjoy a concert courtesy of Adam Weitz and featuring Adam Weitz Events. Enjoy dancing,

Tasty foods which Beiteinu will be catering, and culminating with a service including the shofar blowing under the stars.



Monday, September 30th

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us for a meaningful service during which we will  be blessed with the beautiful sounds of our cantor. Services will include traditional melodies, stories, readings, and meditations. There will be a children's service, lef by one of our esteemed Hebrew teachers, Lis Feldman, held between 10-11 am.  Please let us know if you will be bringing your child.



Tuesday, October 8th

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

A special and moving service featuring a stirring instrumental rendition of the Kol Nidre prayer,  as well as a cello performance.



Wednesday October 9th

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Once again we will be graced with  our inspirational cantor. A special and beautiful way to reflect and renew ourselves for years to come!



(following Yom Kippur services)

12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Our Yom Kippur service continues at 12:15 pm with Yizkor. This will be a meaningful way to honor our relationships with those we have loved and lost (to death)



(following Yizkor services)

Bring a photo of your furry loved ones that have passed. We will reflect on the joy that have brought us.


For ticket information and questions contact Staci at 610-513-5709

or Rabbi Cove at

To Purchase Tickets Click on the Beiteinu House Below



Our Mission:  Beiteinu is a “Synagogue Without Walls”.  Our mission is to bring religion to the places and spaces that people are.  We do this by providing a meaningful experience, in a non-judgmental and caring environment along with a special sense of belonging, for all people who support Jewish life.

Beiteinu Synagogue is a community that encourages study, prayer and service to the Jewish community and to out greater society.   Beiteinu means "Our House". The name is inspired by the idea that historically, the synagogue served the Jewish community as a house of prayer, a house of study as well as a house of assembly. Our house will be a place to pray, study and gather as Jewish communities have done for thousands of years.

Another reason for the name choice of Beiteinu is the recognition that home is one of the most powerful in our emotional vocabulary. Home is a parent waiting, home is childhood and growing up, home is comfort, warmth, feelings of belonging and acceptance. When you come to Beiteinu you’ll feel like you have come home.


Looking forward to seeing you all in the New Year,




Rabbi Howard and Staci Cove

Tue, 23 April 2024