High Holy Day Tickets

Tickets for Yamim Nora’im (High Holy Days) services

We look forward to your participation in, and enjoyment of, our services. As a member of Beth El, you should receive your High Holiday Tickets by mail roughly 3 weeks before the High Holy Days. Please review the tickets carefully for the dates and times of services.

Tickets are issued to each member in good standing, with a separate ticket for each adult member. No tickets are needed for pre-college age children living at home. Tickets for your full-time college student children will be issued without cost upon written request.  Any requests after that date will be processed and left at the door. We find it necessary to ask you to cooperate with us in adhering to our existing rules concerning the distribution of High Holy Day tickets. These rules were designed with the chief priority being to provide optimum services to our members first.

Non-Members

Non-Members who wish to attend our High Holy Day Services MUST have a ticket to gain entry. All ticket requests for non-members (including children of members who are no longer full-time students) must be made in writing. Each request will be reviewed by our Ticket Committee.

Admission

As has been our practice for the past several years, tickets are required for admission. Security personnel will be checking for tickets at the door, so please bring them with you. Because your safety is our primary concern, no one can enter without a ticket. This practice is designed to ensure that we will have adequate seating for our membership. Your cooperation is appreciated.

There will be two separate entrances – one for those who have their tickets and one for those who do not have them. If you arrive at services without your tickets, you may be asked to identify yourself and have your name noted for future reference; to avoid this potential embarrassment, we strongly encourage you to bring your tickets with you.

 

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