Tickets are required for morning Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, and Kol Nidrei Sanctuary Children are welcome at those services with a ticket. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased for these services. New this year, single adult members may request one free ticket for a guest at no charge. No other adult service requires payment for a ticket, but registration may be required.
Pre-registration and payment is required for the downstairs Youth Services and programming on the morning of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
A smaller, more intimate Kol Nidrei Community Service will be held in the Chapel at 7:30 PM. Tickets are free, but for space reasons both members and non-members must request tickets to attend.
Member tickets are not transferable! Member tickets issued to members for High Holy Days are intended for use only by the member to whom they have been designated and should not be given to others.
Note that we will NOT provide child care this year, but Youth Services now begin in pre-K.
Please download and mail in your High Holy Day Registration Form to reserve your tickets before August 15th.
Please help us make the everyone's High Holy Day experience special by observing the following guidelines for seating.
Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. One seat only may be saved for the driver who is parking the car. Seats will be set aside for ushers and doctors assigned to each service and their families. PLEASE RESPECT THE RESERVED SEATING SIGNS.
Congregants with special needs my receive up to 4 reserved-seating tickets. Additional family members will be directed to general seating. Special seats can be held only until ten minutes before the start of the service. After that, they will be released.
Ushers will begin admitting worshippers 30 minutes before the start of each service. Please do not arrive before this time.
The sanctuary will be cleared after the 2 PM Yom Kippur Family Service to allow the ushers to prepare for the 4 PM Afternoon Yizkor and Ne’ilah services. Please do not leave prayer books or other articles in order to reserve seats during the transition.