Tickets for the High Holidays will be mailed to members on or about August 20, 2021. After that date, payments for additional tickets can be made at the Temple office Monday through Thursday from 10 AM to 4:30 PM and Friday, from 10 AM to 2:30 PM.
Tickets will be issued to members in good standing and current with all financial obligations. Tickets are only for members of the Congregation and their families.
Everyone must have his or her own ticket in order to enter the sanctuary. No one will be allowed into the sanctuary without a ticket. Please make sure to have your ticket with you and not left with another family member. You will have to wait until the family member with the tickets arrives at the Temple’s front doors. The custodians will be available to assist anyone who needs to use the elevator.
Please see the Covid protocol policy for vaccinated and non-vaccinated attendees.
All children will be permitted in the Sanctuary for services, only if they are accompanied by their parents. We encourage you to discuss sanctuary behavior with your children so that they do not become a distraction. Children who are not vaccinated must sit with their parents and wear a mask while in the temple.
All services will also be available to members and their immediate families via Zoom Live Streaming. To register for these livestream services, members must use the online reservation form found at www.paytba.com (select the “High Holiday 2021 Reservations” button). One reservation is good for all services. You must use this link to register no later than September 1st to receive this link prior to the Erev Rosh Hashanah service. Zoom Links and passwords will automatically be generated and sent to approved registrants by the Zoom system between Friday 9/3 and Sunday 9/5. Please do NOT call the office prior to 9/3 asking for the Zoom link.
A special Tashlich service will be conducted immediately after the Rosh Hashanah children’s service, beginning at 3:30 pm at Camman’s Pond on Merrick Road.
Complimentary tickets will be issued to children of congregants from ages 19 through 26 if requested on the ticket form or through www.paytba.com. Complimentary tickets will be issued to relatives that belong to another temple if they provide a reciprocal letter from their temple with a ticket request form. We must receive a completed ticket request form in order to issue these tickets. You may purchase additional tickets for parents, children 27 and older and relatives living in or outside of your household for $100 each. Please submit a check with your completed request form or purchase tickets at https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=nHEdVg. All requests for additional tickets must be received by August 13, 2021 so we may process and mail these additional tickets with your family tickets. After August 20, 2021 any additional tickets can be purchased in the Temple Office.
Our second day Rosh Hashanah Service begins at 10:30 AM. Tickets are required to attend this service.
Additional parking will be available in the parking lot between Cure of Ars and the old library annex.