I walked past about 11:30 and saw people going in, does that help?
Thanks Mod 18. It was too early for me I went elsewhere.
If this was too early for you WIY, think about next year when Selichos shall commence prior to Labor Day. This shall surely be too early for you.
Are you speaking of Borough Park? If so, the shul has not been called Temple Beth El for years. It’s the Young Israel-Beth El of Borough Park. On the 48th Street side you can see an awning that reads “YIBE.”
While Selichos was listed in the shul calendar as 12:30 A.M., on Friday night, Rabbi Snow announced a time of 12:15.
Rabbi Snow also requested that for those people who come “even once a week,” contributing in the form of a “ticket” for Rosh Hashanah is very much appreciated.
Speaking only for myself and no one else, if you like to come and hear Chazan Miller and the choir, please show your support in the form of a contribution. The shul has a lot of expenses.