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           Temple Sinai Board Policy on Tickets               

Temple Sinai is a diverse, vibrant community that welcomes all families with at least one Jewish adult to join us in worship, study, and fellowship. We feel strongly that a healthy congregation is one that seeks to actively and fully engage its

members in all aspects of temple life. In the spirit of promoting the development of community as well as making it

possible for families to worship safely together, we have adopted the following guidelines for providing tickets for our High Holy Day services.

 

PLEASE BRING TICKETS AND A CURRENT FORM OF IDENTIFICATION TO ALL SERVICES**

**Please note, you can show EITHER an ID or a TICKET for entry into the second day Rosh Hashanah services at Temple Sinai or the YK afternoon services at the JCC.**

  • Adult members in Good Standing will receive tickets, BY MAIL, to be used for entrance into all High Holy Day services. If you forget your ticket go to Will Call at JCC and show ID.
  • Local and out-of-town family, partners, and guests who are AFFILIATED with a synagogue or other house of worship are welcome to join us for High Holy Day services. They will need guest tickets. To receive these guest tickets please complete the correct form on the temple website. Mail or email back the completed form to the temple along with a letter from your guest’s house of worship. Donations for these tickets are greatly appreciated and will be used toward the support of our temple. Tickets will be available at the JCC. Bring ID and confirmation letter.
  • Out-of-town UNAFFILIATED family members, partners, and guests are welcome to join us for High Holy Day services. They will need guest tickets. To receive these guest tickets please complete the correct form on the temple website. Mail or email back the completed form to the temple along with a check covering the cost of these tickets.

*The cost is: $60.00 (per adult per holiday). Tickets will be available at the JCC. Bring ID and confirmation letter.

  • Local UNAFFILIATED community members and local UNAFFILIATED family guests can purchase guest tickets annually for up to two years. Two years is felt to be sufficient time for the community member to determine if they will affiliate with Temple Sinai. Should the community member want to join Temple Sinai within the year, the cost of these tickets ($60.00 per adult per holiday) will be applied toward membership dues. Contact the temple office to reserve a ticket. Pick up at JCC. Bring ID and confirmation letter.
  • Local adult children age 30 and older residing with their parent members are eligible to receive guest tickets. Please contact the office to reserve these tickets. They will be available at the JCC. Bring ID and confirmation letter.
  • All young adults (up to age 29) No ticket required. Show current or college ID.
  • Jews who have moved to the Rochester area within the past year are eligible to receive guest tickets to our services by calling the temple office. Tickets will be available at the JCC Will Call table. Bring ID and confirmation letter.
  • Congregants who resign from Temple Sinai and continue to live in the Rochester community are not eligible to purchase a ticket to attend our High Holy Day services for 7 years following their resignation. However, former congregants are always welcome to resume membership at Temple Sinai and then tickets will be available to them.
  • If your particular situation does not fit into the categories listed above or if there are extenuating circumstance, please call the office.

We appreciate your continued support and look forward to seeing you during this sacred time of year.

Please plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to ensure ample time to pick up tickets and on time arrival to services.

We are sure you can appreciate the need to have responsible yet reasonable security policies. It’s not ideal and it may be a bit inconvenient but we hope you can understand. It is our goal to make sure your High Holy Day Services will be both inspirational and safe.

 

Questions? Please call Temple Sinai at 585-381-6890

Wed, December 13 2017 25 Kislev 5778