Member in good financial standing can stop by CBT to pick up tickets for the High Holiday services on the following dates:
Wednesday, September 21 | 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Sunday, September 25 | 9 am to 12:30 pm
Wednesday, September 28 | 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Or, if you prefer and are up-to-date with your dues, you can pick up your tickets in the office during regular hours (Note: mailed tickets is no longer available). Please call Elana or Lynne in the CBT office or email them.
Please remember to bring your tickets with you to services as ushers will be checking tickets. Also, due to heightened security awareness, you may be asked to produce ID at ticket pickup and at services. In particular, all guests will be asked for ID.
Members can purchase tickets for non-member relatives who wish to join them at High Holiday services. Please respect that these tickets are available for family members only. Name, relationship, and contact information will be requested. The cost for tickets is $65 per person for all High Holiday services. Grown children of members living at home are reduced to $36.
Children home from college are free but do need a ticket. Children under 18 living at home are free and don’t need a ticket.
Family Member tickets may be obtained at CBT at the time of ticket distribution or through the office.
All college students are welcome to attend all services for free. If you know of students in the area who need a High Holiday home, please invite them to contact the CBT office for free tickets.
For non-members who would like to attend High Holiday services, your tickets are now available for purchase online. The price is $150 per ticket for all high holiday services. Tickets can be purchased for the complete range of services. For more information or to let us know about someone who may be interested, contact the CBT office. To purchase tickets online, please click here.
Non-members are welcome to free tickets for the 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah only.
Note: the purchase price of high holiday tickets will be applied to annual dues should family members, guests, and non-members join the congregation within the year.