Service and Event Registration

Registration Process For In Person Services in the Sanctuary

In person attendance at events at Temple Beth Or is limited to 55 people. Vaccination, masking, and social distancing are required. To aid in grouping chairs appropriately and to ensure a seat for everyone who attends a service, we will be requiring reservations in advance for all services. Here is an explanation of how the registration process will work.

  • We will be using an online registration process. If you are unable to register online and would like to come to a service, please contact Sarah in the office.
  • Families with a yahrzeit, b’nei mitzvah, or other life cycle event will have priority and be able to pre-register beginning the Friday before the following week’s service.
  • For all others registration will begin on the Tuesday of that week’s service. Registration will close on Friday at noon to allow time for set up.
  • When you register you will need to list the names of those in your family group. If two households are in a group together please have one person register all members of that group.
  • Reservations are on a first come/first served basis. If registration is full, please contact Sarah and you will be given priority at the next service and/or placed on a wait list.
  • Please note that most services will also be available virtually online. Links are available on the TBO Calendar.

Shabbat Morning Service and Bar Mitzvah of J. Hill with Rabbi Kort and Noah Zeichner

Saturday, January 15, 10:00am
In person at the Temple and streamed over Zoom

Join us for our morning service led by Rabbi Kort and our Bar Mitzvah. We will use our prayer book Mishkan T’filah. This Shabbat service will include a Torah reading, Torah teaching, and an opportunity to remember loved ones with our Kaddish.

Pre-registration required for in-person attendance. Registration opens for families with yahrzeits on January 7, general registration on January 11. Registration closes January 14 at 3pm.

Register Here

TuBishvat at Snohomish County Garden


Sunday, January 23, 10am

The holiday of Tu Bishvat, our New Year for Trees, helps connect us to agriculture, ecology and anticipate spring. The Social Action Committee and Religious School community invite you to join us at a Snohomish County garden to clean up beds in preparation for spring planting. The garden’s produce helps support local food banks. In addition to gardening, we will celebrate Tu Bishvat with a creative service and mindfulness walks in the adjacent trails. The garden is ADA accessible. We hope you can join us. Location will be shared with registered participants.

Register Here