High Holiday Registration
We would love to have you join us for the High Holidays.
Sing, dance, meditate, contribute, and of course, pray.
You may register by hardcopy or online below.
There are no actual “tickets” needed. We will have a printed list at the door. In addition to the Services, we offer the options of Flowers, a Prayer Book, a Memorial Listing, and Child Care.
Please download the Order Form and Order of Services below.
Please enter or click the arrows for the number desired and fill in amount (no dollar sign) where appropriate.
High Holiday Service – Member Ticket
There is no charge for Member tickets, but please register so we know how many people to plan for.
High Holidays – Guest Ticket
High Holidays – 1st Time Visitor
If you’re new to Shirat HaNefesh High Holiday services, WE WELCOME YOU WITH A SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY RATE OF $125, MADE POSSIBLE BY A GENEROUS GIFT BY A DONOR. If the cost is a deterrent, please contribute a meaningful amount that fits your budget. We hope you will find our services spiritually uplifting, and we look forward to meeting you on the New Year!
Yom Kippur Flowers
To add to the beauty of the surroundings, we offer potted chrysanthemums that you can take home afterwards. Select this option if you wish to order flowers.
Machzor Eit Ratzon
The Eit Ratzon Machzor (High Holiday prayer book), by Joseph G. Rosenstein, enables people with a variety of backgrounds, practices, and beliefs to participate more actively in the prayer services of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. You may read more about it here. They are $20 each.
Memorial Plaque Listing
The High Holidays are a time to remember loved ones. Shirat Hanefesh offers to list their names on a Memorial Plaque. You may enter those names on its own order page. Suggested donation is $18 per person. Please register by Sept. 27.
Children up to and including age 9. The total cost for all three services is $30 per child. Reservations required. Contact HHD@shirathanefesh.org or register below. For Rosh Hashanah a.m. 1st Day, Sept. 30, Kol Nidre, Oct. 8, and Yom Kippur a.m., Oct. 9.
Please indicate number of children.