We are planning an inclusive multi-access model – with holiday worship and educational experiences both in-person and virtually.
Below are the High Holy Day ticket options for Members and Guests:
High Holy Day Tickets will be sent to all members in good standing, those that have paid dues in full or who have set up a payment plan for 2023-2024 Membership Dues. Your ticket will admit you to all High Holy Day services at Temple Ohabei Shalom.
$180 (1 adult) or $360 (2 adults/family)
Welcome Membership includes access to all of our High Holy Day services — in person and virtual — as well as all Ohabei Shalom offerings throughout the year. We hope you will engage with our community year-round, and look forward to welcoming you to a wide array of opportunities for prayer, learning, social action, and connection. We hope you will find your Jewish home here at TOS.
Please note, lifecycle events are not included in the Welcome Membership, but are available at an additional fee. The Welcome Membership is only available to those who have not been TOS Members in the previous five (5) years. At the end of your Welcome Membership year, you move to Year 2 in our membership dues model.
If this is your first time with us, we are offering Guest Tickets at $180/adult. Guest tickets for Seniors (65+), Students and Active Military are available for a suggested donation of $54. Tickets for children 18 years and younger are complimentary.
Virtual Only Tickets
Available for a suggested donation of $72.
A Note to Our Community:
We know that in recent years, financial circumstances may have shifted for many people. It is more important than ever to be connected to a community like ours, and we are committed to including everyone who wishes to participate in our community. If you need financial flexibility this year, please be in touch with us so that we can work something out. Conversely, if you have the ability to give an additional donation with your ticket price, so that you can help support others in the community who cannot pay full-price, we encourage you to do so. Our sages taught: Kol Yisrael arevim zeh la’zeh (all of the people Israel are responsible for one another). We can and we must hold each other up in times of challenge and times of celebration. The important thing is to sustain and nurture our connection to one another and to our ancient tradition.