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2019 High Holy Days Ticket Request

Shalom:

Every year, Congregation Beth Israel invites non-members to share in the observance of the High Holy Days. We are an active participatory congregation. If you’ll be joining us for the first time, come enjoy our warm and friendly congregation. We welcome you with great pride. This year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on September 29, and Yom Kippur begins at sundown on October 8.

The suggested donation for tickets is $100 per adult; children’s tickets are free.  This amount covers attendance at all High Holiday services. Should you decide to join our congregation in the coming year, your ticket charge will be applied toward your membership. If you would like your child (ren) to be enrolled in the additional child programming, we suggest an additional donation.

It is our policy that no money be exchanged on the Holidays. Therefore, if you would like to join us, please fill out the form below, or call the office (610-566-4645 x7) to request that a paper form be mailed to you. When we receive your request, we will send you detailed information about the Holidays and services. If you have any questions, call Laura at (610) 574-6852.

Thank you for your interest in our synagogue. All of us at Beth Israel wish you a happy, healthy, and fulfilling New Year and we hope you can join us.

Sincerely,

Larry Hamermesh
Religious Practice Committee Chair

Laura Lee Blechner
RPC Vice Chair, High Holy Days

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Guest Information

   Non-member, lives locally ($100)
   Out-of-town guest of Beth Israel member ($25)Suggested donation amounts:
$100 for non-members who live locally
$25 for out-of-town guests of Beth Israel members
Please provide the names of all ticket holders, including yourself.
Please send in your information, including names of all guests, and donation by September 19, 2019 to allow enough time for us to send your tickets.

If the request is received after September 19, we will hold your tickets at the door, unless you call the Beth Israel office to make other arrangements.
Tue, October 15 2019 16 Tishrei 5780