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L’Shana Tovah …Tickets, Service Schedule & General Information 2022
|INFORMATION||SECURE ONLINE FORM|
|High Holy Day Tickets||Order Guest Tickets||Print Form|
|Family Services – Up to Grade 6, 10 AM service||Register for Family Service Tickets
|Family Services – Infant to Kindergarten, 11:45 AM service||Register for Family Service Tickets
|Ushering||Volunteer to Usher, email Debbie Meron|
|Yizkor Book||Submit Listings||Print Form|
High Holy Day Information (click on each to expand)
Tickets will be mailed the week of Sept. 5 to members in good standing.
Please note: All children through age 29 will be issued tickets automatically and mailed with Membership tickets.
Good standing– Dues and Building Fund paid in full by August 31. Members with approved payment arrangements must be current with their schedule. Special arrangements may be made in confidence by calling Mara B. Suskauer, Executive Director at the Temple office, 973-994-2290 extension 215.
Guest Tickets: are available for relatives for a donation of $136 per ticket for all High Holy Day services and will be mailed with membership tickets. If you require guest tickets*, please complete this online form by August 16.
*Should your relative be a member in good standing of another synagogue, please contact the office for details regarding complimentary tickets.
Schedule of Services
Parking locations and information will be provided with your High Holy Day Tickets.
- Pre-registration is required. Please contact the temple office at email@example.com or 973-994-2290.
- All cars must display a state-issued handicapped permit.
- Reserved handicapped parking spaces will be released by 10:30 AM.
Professional traffic directors have been engaged to expedite parking. Please follow their directions for your safety.
Some seats in the Ross Sanctuary have been reserved as part of the Temple building and capital fund efforts. Nameplates designate the reserved seats. All other seats are available on a non-reserved basis.
Please contact the temple office to reserve a seat.
Yizkor Book Listings
One of our many traditions is to maintain, in conjunction with our Yom Kippur Yizkor Service, a booklet honoring the memory of our deceased loved ones.
Names in the booklet are not automatically carried forward from year to year. This year our Yizkor Book will be completely online. To place the names of your loved ones in the 2022 edition, please print, complete and return the PDF or complete the online form no later than August 16.
Ushers assist in making services meaningful and pleasant for everyone. The first day of Rosh HaShanah, Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur morning require a large team of ushers. We encourage you to give of your time and volunteer to usher at one of these services.
Contact Debbie Meron at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.