High Holy Days ticket policy 2019 - 5780

Congregation Rodef Sholom welcomes all who are interested in joining us for High Holy Day services.

Due to limited seating, we have to limit access to erev Rosh Hashanah and Kol Nidre services. All households who have made their annual commitment will be automatically sent tickets. They will also be given the opportunity to purchase courtesy tickets for immediate family members and close friends.

The general public is welcome to attend all day services for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur at the Civic Center and Children’s services held at Rodef Sholom.

Member Ticket Information

  • Members who have fulfilled their 2018-2019 annual financial commitment and who have made a financial commitment for fiscal year 2019-2020 will automatically receive HHD tickets in the mail. Tickets will be mailed on September 9, 2019. Please contact our Executive Director, Michael Kamler, at 415.479.3441 or [email protected], if you have a question about your financial commitment or status.
  • Your family membership includes all unmarried children through age 26, wherever they live, and all other dependents that live with you, regardless of age. You will receive tickets only for the adult members of your household; no separate children’s tickets will be issued. Members’ tickets are to be used by members only. Courtesy tickets are available for your guests; please fill out and return the form with your payment. As seating is limited, ticket requests must reach the office by August 28. Please send your payment along with your request or your ticket request cannot be processed.
  • If you would like to attend services at another Reform congregation during the High Holy Days, we can request tickets on your behalf. Please click here to request reciprocity tickets. Conversely, if you have guests who are members at another synagogue, once we have received a URJ Reciprocity Ticket Request form from their home synagogue, we will issue tickets for them.

Non-member Ticket Information
Seating is limited to synagogue members and their guests at our evening High Holy Days Services on Rosh Hashanah and Kol Nidre (erev Yom Kippur). Non-members may attend our morning High Holy Day services (both first day Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur), at either the synagogue or the Civic Center, on a space available basis. We ask that non-members complete a registration form at the Guest table. Second day Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur afternoon services are open to the public.