With the arrival of the Jewish month of Elul, the month immediately preceding the High Holy Days, we turn to our own spiritual preparation. We hope you’ll find all the information that you’re looking for below, but as always, you can reach us at 212-362-8800 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are some things to note:
– All of our Congregational Services are open to members only and will be ticketed. All tickets will be scanned and we require a photo ID upon entry.
– Large bags are not permitted in the building and all bags will be searched at the door.
– All Family Services will require a separate ticket, different from the member Congregational ticket. Please see below for more information.
– Click here to listen to some of our High Holy Day musical selections from our past services.
Please note: We are no longer accepting guest ticket requests for worship at the Evening Congregational Services on Kol Nidre or the Morning Congregational Services on Yom Kippur.
We are, however, offering a Kol Nidre Early (Family-Friendly) Service on Tuesday, September 18 at 5:00 PM. This service is geared to individuals and families of all ages, and features the beautiful melodies and liturgy of our synagogue with our wonderful musicians. Rabbi Juliana S. Karol, the newest member of our clergy team, will deliver the sermon. The service is abbreviated in duration but not in meaning, and it is the view of our clergy that it would be permissible to have your dinner right after the service. Join us!
* denotes RSVP required
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For more High Holy Day Information, click here.