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High Holy Days Name Badges

Name Badges for In-person Worship

This year, registration is required to attend in-person services, including Tots and Torah, Family Service, and Communal Service.

Register here by September 14

Each household is entitled to 2 name badges (aka tickets) for the head(s) of household and unlimited name badges for those ages 5-29 (no name badges needed for younger children).  Name badges will be mailed shortly after Labor Day to those whose accounts are current and who have registered by August 15. After that date, name badges will be held at will call for those who order by September 14. If you have not renewed your 2022-23 membership or your account is not current, please contact the office to make arrangements. Name badges will be issued only after arrangements are made.

Guests are Welcome for the High Holy Days

When you register for your own name badges (see above), you will also be given the opportunity to purchase guest name badges for $250 per guest for those ages 30 and up. If your guests are members of another Reform synagogue, they are eligible for complimentary guest name badges through our reciprocal courtesy seating program. Click here to register for reciprocal courtesy tickets

Visiting Another Synagogue?

If you plan to travel, we are happy to help arrange reciprocal High Holy Day tickets at another Reform synagogue. Please complete the reciprocal courtesy seating form here as early as possible to ensure that your host congregation can issue your tickets.

vaccinations required

As of early summer, proof of vaccination for ages 5+ will be required to attend in-person services. Skip the lines; do a vaccination pre-check. Name badges will be mailed to all those who have pre-checked. All others will pick up name badges at will-call. Read more about vaccination pre-check here.

Tue, October 3 2023 18 Tishrei 5784