This year Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur begin the evenings of Monday, September 6th and Wednesday, September 15th respectively.
Please let us know if you will be at Etz Chaim for Rosh Hashanah and/or Yom Kippur, and how many adults, children, and guests you plan to have. All members and their single children age 24 and under are entitled to a ticket at no cost. Please remember to buy tickets for your older children. Additional tickets for the High Holidays are available to purchase for Associate Members, guests, older children of our members, and to non-members who wish to daven with us during the High Holidays.
PLEASE NOTE THAT GUESTS OVER THE AGE OF 12 MUST BE VACCINATED TO ATTEND. UNVACCINATED MEMBERS AND CHILDREN UNDER 12 ARE WELCOME BUT MUST WEAR A MASK AT ALL TIMES. (Subject to change based on CDC guidelines)
Guest Rates and Member Children over 24:
Rosh Hashanah: $90 per adult ticket; $20 per child ticket (ages 3 to 24)
Yom Kippur: $75 per adult ticket; $15 per child ticket (ages 3 to 24)
Both Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur: $135 per adult ticket; $25 per child ticket (ages 3 to 24)
Please note that all members who joined at the $3,600 and $5,000 dues levels will receive two guest tickets and their guest's children under age 18 at no extra cost. All members who joined at the $7,200, $10,000 and $18,000 dues levels will receive four guest tickets plus their guest's children under age 18 at no extra cost.
Please CLICK HERE to complete the High Holiday Registration Form. Please complete the form as soon as possible, but no later than August 8 so that we can have an accurate count and prepare properly for the holiday. If you will be out of town and are not coming at all, please fill out the form to let us know. It is important we hear from everyone in some way.
A confirmation email will be sent to you with the details of your registration and instructions for payment. THE CONFIRMATION EMAIL WILL INCLUDE A PDF TO PRINT TO BE USED AS THE ENTRY TICKET FOR ALL WHO ARE REGISTERED. FOR SECURITY REASONS, THESE TICKETS MUST BE PRESENTED IN ORDER TO ENTER THE SHUL.
We wish you a Shana Tova and look forward to a year of good health, happiness and peace.
Kenneth Weiss & Shira Stein