Temple Sinai is a diverse, vibrant community that welcomes all individuals and families to join us in worship, study, and fellowship. We feel strongly that a healthy congregation is one that seeks to actively and fully engage its members in all aspects of temple life. In the spirit of promoting the development of community as well as making it possible for families to worship safely together, we have adopted the following guidelines for providing tickets for our High Holy Day services.
Please bring tickets and a current form of identification to all services. Anyone arriving at the JCC without a ticket will be required to show photo ID prior to entry for a quick and respectful security screening.
Guests – Family members (including adult children of members ages 19 and over), partners, friends, affiliated or unaffiliated guests – are welcome to join us for High Holy Day services. All guests must register using the link below. While there is no charge to attend our High Holy Days services, donations for guest tickets are greatly appreciated.
Should any guests choose to join Temple Sinai after the High Holy Days and before June 30, 2024, any donation they provided as a courtesy for receiving tickets will be applied toward their annual self-directed (Sustaining Sinai) membership gift.
College Students – Current ID or college ID required. No registration is needed.
We appreciate your continued support and look forward to seeing you during this sacred time of year.
Please tsinai.org/events to order guest tickets, purchase prayer books, request an addition to the Yizkor memorial booklet, or to request accessibility accommodations or transportation. Please submit all requests using the forms on the website by September 1, 2023.
10:00 AM Traditional Service, Family Service, Teen Program, & Young Family Service
1:45 PM Torah Study
3:15 PM Afternoon Service
4:30 PM Yizkor Memorial Service
5:15 PM Neilah Service