Member Access Schedule

Temple events on our property are happening rain or shine. Tents will be set up in case of inclement weather.

Events in Plainview/Old Bethpage Park are weather permitting.

New Easy Access Click Below

Easy Access – Please click on one of the links below to see that service.  The links for each event will go live about 10 minutes before each event.  Please check or refresh this page 10 minutes before each event.

Need Help? Call the office at (516) 367-6100 during regular weekday office hours.

DURING THE HIGH HOLY DAYS WHEN THE OFFICE IS CLOSED: Contact Joe Pisani at support@templechaverim.org or by phone at (516) 336-9745. Joe will ONLY be available during the High Holy Days for help.

High Holy Day Service/Event Date Time Access Location
Afternoon before Yom Kippur Pre-Fast Picnic in the Park 9.27.20 3:00 pm In Person Plainview/Old Bethpage Community Park
Erev Yom Kippur Evening Service/ Kol Nidre

(click link above for pdf of  prayers)

9.27.20 7:30 pm Online Click Here
Rabbi Zeller’s Sermon Online Click Here
Yom Kippur Morning Service

(click link above for pdf of  prayers)

9.28.20 9:00 am Online Click Here
Torah/Haftorah Reading Online Click Here
Jr. Congregation / Family Service A-K

(click link for pdf of prayers)

11:00 am In Person TC Parking Lot
Jr. Congregation / Family Service L-Z

(click link for pdf of prayers)

11:45 am In Person TC Parking Lot
Children’s Service

(Open to the Public)

1:00 pm Online Zoom
Afternoon Outing 2:00 pm In Person Plainview/Old Bethpage Community Park
Social Justice Text Study 3:00 pm Online Zoom

(click link above for pdf of  prayers)

Open to the Public

4:00 pm Online Click Here
Torah/Haftorah Reading Online Click Here
Afternoon Service / Neilah

(click link above for pdf of  prayers)

5:00 pm Online Click Here

Shalom Chaverim, 

As we all know, this year is nothing like we expected it to be. As a result of all of the changes in our day to day lives, things have begun to look very different than we imagined. For many months now, we have been exploring and brainstorming what our High Holy Day season could look like and how we can make it as meaningful, spiritually fulfilling, innovative and exciting as possible. We are also deeply committed to the safety and well-being of our congregation, our staff, and our guests.  

With all this in mind, we are incredibly excited to bring you this year a hybrid High Holiday experience, unlike one we’ve ever had before. There will be a combination of streaming worship services on our website, in-person services and programs, and Zoom video conference calls each suited toward creating a unique experience that will help connect you to your community, to your Judaism, and to your own spiritual needs. 

To the right, please find a quick reference guide to our services and offerings. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are always here for you.

We are wishing you and your families a happy, HEALTHY, and joyous new year ahead.

L’shana Tovah, 

Rabbi Zeller 
Cantor Hyman
Rabbi Bennet 
Julie Feinman, Executive Director
Lloyd Abramowitz, President