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We are delighted to return to in–person for High Holiday services this year for those who are comfortable attending, and to offer enhanced streaming of all services for those who prefer to worship from home. 

What if I am streaming and don't have a Mahzor Lev Shalem?
We have purchased licenses for you to access a digital version.
If required, use password: Lookout720
Where can I find a copy of the High Holiday schedule for this year?


Click image to view our 2022 High Holiday Service Schedule


Where can I find a digital copy of the 2022 High Holiday Resource Guide?


Click image to view the High Holiday Resource Guide


How will I get my High Holiday Tickets or Streaming Access Code?
Tickets for attending in–person services, and containing the streaming access code, will be mailed the week of September 14 to those members with a current membership at Congregation Beth Torah and payment of at least 20% of their 2022/2023 dues commitment, unless other arrangements have been made with the Treasurer. Please log into your shul account to update your payments, or contact Steve Kraut, Treasurer, at to make arrangements.
Need to order tickets? Scroll down this page to the order form.
Will childcare be available?
Please note that a childcare reservation must be made and paid for in advance. We cannot guarantee room availability for children who do not have reservations.
How do I order tickets for adult children, friends, or family?
This form will close at 4:30 PM Wednesday, September 21
Will there be Kever Avot?
On September 18, Kever Avot will be take place at 9:15 AM at Restland and 10:45 AM at Sparkman Hillcrest, with Rabbi Wolk. Rabbi Zelony will lead Kever Avot observances at 5:00 PM at Sparkman Hillcrest and 5:45 PM at Restland.
Will masks be required in the synagogue?
Based on current conditions, masks are NOT required while in the Synagogue, but we will reserve MASK ONLY sections for those desiring them.
Do you need accommodations for services?
We will offer designated seating and special parking spaces for those needing them. Loop listener devices will also be available. Please advise us of your needs in advance at
Tashlich and Shofar Service?
Rosh Hashana Day 1
Approximately 1:00 PM, following morning services, we will have Tashlich at Prairie Creek Park. Please bring lettuce or rice paper instead of bread to protect the health and safety of the ducks and turtles in the creek. If you would like, please bring a picnic lunch as we enjoy the outdoors (weather permitting). Rabbi Z will engage the children with a story.
Yom Kippur
At the end of Yom Kippur services, everyone will be able to participate in the Shofar Service in the sanctuary.
Will we be having Break–the–Fast at CBT?
Our traditional congregational Break–the–Fast is being coordinated by CBT Sisterhood. Sponsorships are still available. Please contact Sisterhood.


Tue, May 30 2023 10 Sivan 5783