High Holiday Tickets Available Now

It is nearly time for high holidays!  Altshul is thrilled to offer both Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur services again this year.

Schedule of Services
We’ll be meeting for the following services:

Rosh Hashana
  • Monday, October 3, 8:30am – Shacharit, Torah Service, Musaf
  • Tuesday, October 4, 8:30am – Shacharit, Torah Service, Musaf; Tashlich at 5pm

Yom Kippur
  • Tuesday, October 11, 5:30pm – Kol Nidre and Ma’ariv
  • Wednesday, October 12, 8:30am – Shacharit, Torah Service, Yizkor, Musaf
  • Wednesday, October 12, 4:00pm – Mincha, Ne’ela, Ma’ariv, Break Fast
You can register for tickets through the link below. Based on our experience last year, we encourage you to register early because our space is limited and we will likely sell out.

Membership and Ticket Prices
Altshul is currently in discussions with Congregation Beth Elohim (CBE) about membership, finances, and community.  CBE is no longer offering its Altshul/Amit membership.  As these discussions will not be completed before the high holidays, we are offering tickets for free to anyone who is a full member of CBE and for sale to all others.  If Altshul offers a membership option during the coming year, we will discount your membership contribution by the amount you pay for high holiday tickets for immediate family members.  If you have any questions about membership or ticket prices, please email us at highholidays@altshul.org.
Please register for your tickets by clicking the link below.  Even if you are or become a full CBE member, you still need to fill out the tickets registration to reserve your seat (but the ticket will be free).
Please act quickly as space is limited:
  • Altshul Rosh Hashanah Tickets (both days included): $100 for non-members, free of charge for CBE members (registration required)
  • Altshul Yom Kippur Tickets: $50 for non-members, free for CBE members.(registration required)
Everyone is welcome regardless of ability to pay. If the membership fees or ticket prices are not affordable to you, you can have a confidential discussion by emailing our high holiday coordinator at highholidays@altshul.org.

As with last year, we are having a catered lunch at CBE on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, and a break-fast after Yom Kippur.  We invite everyone who celebrates the holidays with us to join us in these festive meals.  You may sign up for the catered lunch on the ticket registration page; we are asking for a contribution of $20 for each adult and child over the age of 13 who plans to attend.  The break-fast will be free to community members; please consider helping to sponsor this community event.

Additionally, last year, we were thrilled to use our new Koren Machzorim for the first time.  They were beautiful and so enhanced our dovening as a community.  Many of you made generous donations last year towards their purchase and we raised a little under half of the cost of the books.  Let’s finish our fundraiser for them before 5777!  When you purchase your tickets, please consider making an additional donation to help cover the cost of our mahzors.  We purchased each set for $36.

Babysitting and Children’s Programming
Altshulers may sign up for babysitting for children ages 2.5 through 5 through CBE.  Register here by September 30.  There will also be Kindershul services for children ages 0 through 5 with their parents during all morning services.  In addition, we will have programming for children of grade-school age.  Please stay tuned for more information about children’s services.

If you have any questions about high holidays at Altshul, you would like to volunteer in any way, or help to sponsor Yom Kippur Break Fast, please email highholidays@altshul.org.

We look forward to wonderful high holidays together!

New to Altshul?

Step one: join the weekly email list by clicking here. The weekly email is the best place to find out about what’s happening at Altshul, including shabbat davening, holidays, social events, etc. Step two: come to shul or another event! If you have questions, email info@altshul.org.

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