Tickets High Holy Days 5785

New this year, all tickets will be requested online and all tickets will be electronic. When you register for tickets online, you will receive an email confirmation with your tickets for each service attached. Please bring all tickets with the QR code with you on the day of services (either printed out, or saved to your phone). Your QR code will be scanned at the door to check you in.

Tickets are required for all in-person services. Services denoted with an asterisk (*) on the service schedule are complimentary, however, registration is required. 

ALL HIGH HOLY DAYS TICKETS ARE ELECTRONIC!

Member Tickets

Tickets for High Holy Day services are complimentary with Congregation B’nai Israel membership for all members listed on your account.

Members must request tickets for each service in order to receive them. You must be current on your congregational commitment by Erev Rosh Hashanah (Wednesday, October 2) to be able to use them.

Member Guest Tickets

Because many of our members celebrate the holidays with extended family or guests, we are pleased to be able to offer Members the opportunity to purchase additional tickets for their guests online.

Guest tickets for High Holy Day services are $180 and include both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The only tickets that may be purchased individually are our T'fillah and Tikkun Service, NCECE Children's Services and Rosh Hashanah Singles Oneg. Members will receive a separate email with instructions on how to purchase Guest tickets.

Community Guest Tickets

Community Guest tickets for High Holy Day services are $250 and include admission to both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. A ticket allows you to attend as many Sanctuary and Complimentary Services for each holiday as you would like. Please refer to the Service Schedule for more details on which services are open to the community.

Complimentary Services

Our Tashlich, Rosh Hashanah Day 2, Fast Talk and Afternoon Minchah followed by Yizkor, Neilah, Havdalah and Sounding of Shofar services are open to the community, however, they require registration. If you would like to attend one of these services without purchasing tickets for our other services, click below to register.

Rosh Hashanah Singles Oneg

Rosh Hashanah represents a time of introspection and new beginnings. On Friday, October 4 immediately following our 10 am Sanctuary Service, join other singles who value the importance of spiritual growth and building deeper relationships. Brunch will be served. This event is open to the community and is $36 per person. Click below to register. 

Ticket Reciprocity

Reciprocity is available for Congregation B’nai Israel members in good standing who will be out of town during the High Holy Days and wish to attend services at another Union for Reform Judaism congregation. Similarly, Congregation B’nai Israel will provide complimentary tickets for out-of-town visitors who arrange for courtesy admission through their home congregation. Please contact the Clergy Office for more information.

Parking

Everyone will be directed where to park by CBI Security and limited golf carts will be available for transportation. Carpooling is encouraged if at all possible.

Members:

CBI Members should have the new green decal on your windshield. If you need to order a new decal, please click the button below.

Guests:

Parking passes for Member Guests and Community Guests will be available as a download in your registration confirmation. Please print this out and have your parking pass visible on your dashboard.