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High Holy Days Ticket & Registration Information

L’shana tovah, and welcome to Beth Shalom! We are so glad that you have chosen to celebrate the High Holy Days with us this year. To better serve our community, we are not charging a “ticket” fee for guests who choose to spend the High Holidays with us. All are welcome at Beth Shalom. 

If you are able to contribute to the temple this year, we would certainly appreciate your support. We are asking for a suggested donation of $118 per person as a guideline, but we will be grateful for donations of any amount. Please give at a level that is meaningful to you.

We hope you will join us for as many of the services and activities as you can during the Days of Awe, from the Family Services to Break the Fast.

On behalf of all of us at Beth Shalom, we wish you and yours a sweet, happy, and healthy new year.

For the full schedule of services, please click here or hover over "High Holy Days 5783" at the top of the page, then click "High Holy Days Schedule" in the drop-down menu.


This Year

  • Easy check-in! No physical tickets needed.
  • We are offering childcare for children from Kindergarten through 5th Grade on the first morning of Rosh Hashanah and during our Yom Kippur Morning Service. Registration for childcare may also be accessed by clicking here
  • We are also offering family services on the morning before Rosh Hashanah and on the afternoon of Yom Kippur.

I'm a member of Beth Shalom. How do I register for in-person or Zoom?

  • If you are a member, you are already registered! Beth Shalom members who have completed their renewals for the 2022-2023 year are automatically registered and will check in with greeters when arriving.
  • If you are attending via Zoom, you will receive the link via email.
  • Registration is required for childcare. Please click here to register so that we may prepare the children's supplies. For Family Services, we recommend registration to help us plan. Click here.
  • If you would like to make a holiday donation, please click here.

I am a guest of Beth Shalom. How do I register for in-person or Zoom?

  • You are welcome to attend any services we offer, in-person or via Zoom, but you must register.
  • We are not charging a fee for services but welcome a donation of $118 or any contribution you are able to make. Please click here to make your donation. 
  • Please use the guest registration form for all services by clicking here. If you are attending in-person, you will be able to check in  at the Guest Welcome table. The times for these services are all detailed on our schedule.
  • After you've registered, you will receive an email with information for joining us on Zoom

Break the Fast
This year, we are happy to offer an affordable catered meal to Break the Fast together. Details to come shortly.


Food Drive
While we fast for one day, others fast from lack of food year round. Help us feed those in need by bringing food donations for Dorcas Ministries  to Yom Kippur services. Details of what is most needed will be on flyers with bags to fill available at Rosh HaShannah.


Ooops! Is it too late to register?
If you are reading this the week of services, you are still welcome to register by clicking here. The "Thank You" page and automated confirmation email will both provide you with the necessary Zoom links.


What precautions are you taking for COVID-19?
We strongly recommend wearing a mask while in the building. If worn, masks should cover the nose and mouth.  Please do not attend in person if you feel at all sick or unwell! We broadcast our services over Zoom for anyone feeling unable or uncomfortable attending in person. We do request that you exit the building if you are coughing or sneezing for any reason.

Everyone must assess their own comfort level and risk tolerance about attending in person.


Are the other safety measures I should be aware of?
Please leave large bags and backpacks in your car, as they are not allowed in the building. Once you have checked in, if you need to step outside, please let an usher or greeter know. They will provide you with a token for faster re-entry. Ask an usher or greeter if you have any questions.


My question isn't answered here. Now what?
Please email the office, and our office manager (Shana) will assist you and/or point you in the right direction to have your question answered.

Sun, September 25 2022 29 Elul 5782