2019/5780 High Holy Day Ticket Order Form
We welcome you to worship and learn with us on the High Holy Days.
You may use the order form below to order tickets and pay via PayPal if you are not a member or for members who need extra tickets.
Will-Call: We will hold all ticket orders here at our will-call desk in the lobby.
The High Holy Days are a special time of year and we encourage you to invite your friends and relatives to experience the Holy Days at Congregation Beth Jacob. Admission to services is by Admission Ticket ONLY except as noted below; tickets are non-transferable. All tickets will be labeled with names. Your Admission Ticket will be honored at all worship services. To ensure that we can accommodate all ticket holders, your ticket will be checked at each service, except as noted below.
Each CBJ member family in good standing will receive two tickets at no charge. Children under age 18 do not require tickets. If you have not received your tickets, please contact the CBJ office.
We do not require tickets for the following services:
Erev Rosh Hashanah and Rosh Hashanah Day 2
All Family Services
Closing services of Yom Kippur (from Mincha onward)
However, security procedures will still be in place.
Services: A complete list of service times is available here.
Ticket Orders: To order additional tickets, please use the ticket order form below. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay, please contact our Executive Director, Gary Geller, for special considerations.
Young Adults: College students and military personnel may receive tickets at no charge.
Prospective Members: If you are considering synagogue membership and have not attended our High Holy Day services before, your tickets are complimentary.
Reciprocity: Congregation Beth Jacob members in good standing who plan to be out of town during the High Holy Days should obtain a Letter of Reciprocity from the synagogue office. This letter entitles you to attend Services without charge at any participating congregation. Before the High Holy Days, check with the congregation you intend to visit.
We wish you Shanah Tovah, a very sweet and happy New Year, and we look forward to greeting you at Beth Jacob.