High Holiday 2017 Ticket, Seating & Parking Information

Dear CBSBH member,

The time is fast approaching for us to celebrate our second High Holidays together with our loved ones, in our new home.  We look forward to welcoming you.

Due to space limitations, and in order to guarantee seats for you and your household, we can only guarantee your High Holiday seat reservation if the form is received by September 8th. *  If you want to sit in the main sanctuary on Day 1 of Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur (including Kol Nidrei), you must request a ticket(s), even if it is included with your membership.  Seats are available to all members in good standing.  This means that all past dues plus 25% of your current dues must be paid.  Those who have questions or concerns about their status in this regard are encouraged to contact either Lesley Acton Savitz, President (Lesley@lesleyacton.com) or Jay Balaban, Treasurer (balaban.jay@gmail.com).

Synagogue members:  At no additional charge, family members receive two tickets to all services, and single members receive one ticket.  Tickets are not included with associate membership.

Associate members can purchase tickets to sit in the main sanctuary on Day 1 of Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur (including Kol Nidrei).

Tickets are not required for Rosh Hashana Day 1 Community Service, Rosh Hashana Day 2 services, Neilah (end of Yom Kippur), or congregational break-fast.

*Beginning September 9th, tickets will be available to non-members on a first come first served basis at $250.00/ticket until all of our 240 Sanctuary seats are taken.

High Holiday Ticket Allocation & Costs

 Main sanctuary Day 1
Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
(including Kol Nidrei)
Ticket cost for
Attendance at all
Family Members2 tickets included2 tickets included n/a
Single Members1 ticket included1 ticket included n/a
Additional Tickets  $100 each
Age 13 to age 21In Main SanctuaryIn Main Sanctuary$36 each
Age 12* and underIn Youth ServicesIn Youth Services$0
Associate MemberTicket requiredTicket Required$100/ticket


*Young children or grandchildren of members
Please only request tickets for children who will sit in the Main Sanctuary during any part of the service.  If they will only attend children’s / family service, they do not need tickets. 

The following services do not require tickets:

  • Community Service on Rosh Hashanah Day 1 (afternoon)
  • Rosh Hashanah Day 2 service
  • Neilah (end of Yom Kippur) and Congregational break-fast


We are looking forward to seeing you at 18 Shoolman Way!

Warm Regards and Shanah Tovah!

Lesley Acton Savitz, President


Download the High Holiday Seating and Parking
Response Form (PDF) HERE

Form must be returned to the synagogue office no later than September 8th, 2017.