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High Holiday Fine Print

All services are at the Angel Orensanz Foundation
172 Norfolk St, south of Houston St
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2019 (5780) High Holiday Schedule
 

Rosh Hashanah

Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, September 29th, 7pm

Rosh Hashanah - Monday, September 30th, 10am

Tashlich - Monday, September 30th, 5:15pm, UWS location

 

 

Yom Kippur


Erev Yom Kippur - Tuesday, October 8th, 7pm

Yom Kippur - Wednesday, October 9th, 10am

Yom Kippur Day Schedule

The Roll of Remembrance will be shared with everyone during the Yizkor service and the Circle of Memories on Yom Kippur. Details here.

 

NOTE:  All services are approximately 2 1/2 hours long.

 

Evening Services start at 7pm.  Doors open at 6pm.

Daytime Services start at 10am.  Doors open at 9am for Sanctuary
and 9:30am for Kid's Service.

 

$180 per adult (13 & older) per service is the recommended donation.  Children 12 & under DO NOT need a ticket for services in the Sanctuary.

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times in the Sanctuary.

Please remember that we have no minimum membership dues so we count on your generosity at this time of year.


PICK UP TICKETS AT THE WILL CALL DESK AFTER DOORS OPEN.

DOORS OPEN 1 HOUR BEFORE EACH SERVICE.
 

Seating is first come first served.  If you arrive late, available seats may be taken by people who arrange for admission at the door.  Doors open 1 hour before each service begins.  

We are required to strictly adhere to FDNY occupancy regulations for the safety of all. While we expect to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend, we will have to stop admitting people when occupancy limits are reached. If you arrive after the scheduled start of any service, you may not find a desired seat.

We need your email address. Paper mailings are very expensive, so please consider giving us your email address.  Paper mailings will only be sent to registered Shul members without an email address on file.

We're all volunteers!  Would you like to volunteer to help at the High Holidays?  Check the Volunteer box in the order form or Click here to volunteer.

PLEASE NOTE:  Anyone attending a service may be photographed and/or videoed. By attending any Service you are giving permission for these pictures and/or videos to appear on the Shul website and/or other Shul publications.  

Kid's High Holiday Services for children aged 12 and under are held during the daytime services on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Doors open at 9:30am so please try to arrive early to allow for check-in.

The Kid's High Holiday program features a fun, educational and age-appropriate experience for kids of all ages. We'll start with all the kids together for a short service to learn about and delight in specific themes and rituals for each holiday; followed by age-appropriate activities led by our amazing staff. Then all will share in the Torah Service with Rabbi Eva. 

Small snacks (apples, honey and challah for Rosh Hashanah; fruit snacks, pretzels and juice for Yom Kippur) will be served but please feel free to provide for your child's specific needs.

Please do not bring foods with nuts or dairy as some children have food allergies.  

Kids will be generally grouped: 3-5 year olds, 6-8 year olds, and 9-12 year olds. An adult must accompany children 3 years old and under.

Tickets for the Kid's Service are available for a $36 donation. A ticket is required for each Kid's service your child attends. 

Kid's Service tickets are available on the High Holiday Ticket Donation Form.

For individual ticket donations of less than $180 per ticket, print and fill out the Ticket Request Form and mail it to:  J. Brancaccio, 105 W 13th Street, 3C, NY NY 10011.

By attending any High Holiday Service you are agreeing to the above terms and conditions.
 

High Holiday Tickets are now available.

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Mon, August 19 2019 18 Av 5779