This year, we are offering both in-person and online experiences, so our congregants can worship wherever they are most comfortable.
No. Tickets will be emailed to members in good standing beginning September 19.
New this year – we will send each member of your household a single ticket which may be used for all services.
Beginning September 19, those who have requested tickets and have made payments toward their membership dues will receive tickets via email. New this year, we will send each member of your household a single ticket which may be used for all services. More information on how to use your ticket to enter services will be provided at the time tickets are sent.
Guest tickets are available for members in good standing to purchase in very limited quantity due to space and capacity restraints; they will be issued on a first come, first served basis. We will turn off the order form when we are no longer able to welcome additional guests. Click here to learn more.
Thank you for supporting Rodeph Sholom in this way, we are grateful.
Members in good standing have renewed their 2022/23 membership to Congregation Rodeph Sholom by paying their annual dues or making a payment plan with the membership office. All Rodeph Sholom School families are also members in good standing for the purposes of receiving High Holy Day tickets.
We are excited that this year our entire clergy team will alternate through all of our spaces, leading different parts of High Holy Day worship. You will have the opportunity to hear from each Rabbi and Cantor during your High Holy Day experience.
We are excited to resume in-person family worship this year. Our Sholom Sprouts services are for children ages 0 to 4 and siblings are welcome to join. The Family Services are for children in grades Pre-K to 6th Grade. Teens in 7th to 12th grade are invited to attend the main services with their parents and/or our teen specific experiences. Please see the schedule for full details.
Our priority in this uncertain year is to meet the worship needs of our membership community safely, despite space constraints. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept incoming reciprocity requests for in-person worship this year.
If you are a member of Rodeph Sholom and would like to worship at another synagogue for the High Holy Days, please complete this form. Space/tickets are not guaranteed as it is the decision of each community if and how they accommodate guests this year.
Services will be streamed in the High Holy Days Member Portal on our website. The Portal “E-Ticket” password will be sent to all members in good standing prior to each holiday. Information will be sent on Monday, September 19.
Yes, within the Member Portal there will be links so that you can watch the services in the Video Archives at any time after the original service time.
As valued members, we want your worship experience to be as meaningful as possible. If you have loved ones who are not currently residing in your household but with whom you want to share this experience, please click here.
There is no dress code for High Holy Day worship. While some attendees do dress up to mark the special nature of the holidays, we encourage everyone to wear whatever makes them comfortable. Please note that the synagogue is kept cool all year round.
COVID Vaccination and Mask Policy Effective September 1
CRS continues to require up-to-date vaccination for entry into our building for everyone ages 5 and up. Up-to-date vaccination status is determined by the number of doses and boosters recommended for eligible individuals by the Centers for Disease Control, you can check your requirements on their website.
Proof of vaccination will be checked for High Holy Day services.
Wearing masks indoors continues to be strongly recommended by our medical advisory team for everyone ages 2 and up.
If you are feeling sick or have an active illness, please do not attend.
Q: How do I get the password?
A: The Portal “E-Ticket” Password will be sent to all members in good standing prior to each High Holy Day. Information will be sent on Monday, September 19.
Q: How can I check my membership status to ensure I have access?
A: To renew your synagogue membership or ask about your membership status, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in becoming a member, email email@example.com to arrange a time to speak with our Membership Team.
Q: I am entering the password, but it is not working.
A: The password is case-sensitive. Make sure that you are entering the correct password. If trouble persists, you might want to try a different browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.).
Q: I still need help.
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to use Zoom Cloud Meetings
* We recommend you use the app, if possible. It has more functionality.
We recommend you test your connections before the program starts.
If the “Click here to join” link isn’t working, try this:
Q: I am having problems with a slow computer, internet issues, or something of this sort.
A: The best first step is to restart your modem and computer. This often can clear out problems. Also shutting down any programs and browser windows that you do not need can sometimes speed things up. If you are still having problems, call your internet company, or a computer tech for help. If there is a problem and the live stream does not work, no worries. Underneath the live stream box on the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur portal page is a link to the Vimeo versions of the videos. You may access the main services that way and watch them at your convenience.
The CRS Tech Team will be available beginning 30 minutes before each service and will remain online through the remainder of the day. To contact us, email email@example.com or by phone at (212) 362-8800. We will also have a chat option on our website.
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