Rosh Hashanah marks the start of the year 5773 for the Jewish Community.
At Temple Beth David however, the congregation is celebrating two milestones simultaneously.
"It's exciting," said Bob Merlin whose family has been a part of the Synagogue since the 1920's.
Beth David is now 100 years old. As a birthday gift, the congregation renovated one of the oldest synagogues in south Florida. The finished product will be unveiled in time for services on Monday.
The temple's main sanctuary has been transformed into a more modern, and more accessible place to worship. There is no more wall standing between the people and their spiritual leaders.
"The idea is to be together," said Rabbi Hector Epelbaum.
This community says it's a place built for the present day, and for the next hundred years.
"It's hope, it's confidence in the future," said Merlin.