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High Holy Day Guests

TEMPLE ISRAEL HIGH HOLY DAY GUEST POLICY

ALL GUEST TICKETS ARE KEPT AT WILL CALL AND CAN ONLY BE RETRIEVED WITH A VALID PHOTO ID BY THE TICKET HOLDER (PERSON NAMED ON THE TICKET, UNLESS MINOR UNDER 18).

Qualifications for a free HHD ticket

  • Paid-up members of Reform Congregations, upon receipt of a letter from their congregation, will receive a reciprocal ticket. *Sorry but we don't accept reciprocity from Conservative or Orthodox congregations, unless you are a parent or adult child of a Temple member in good standing*. Please fax letters to Temple Israel at 330-665-2003
  • Full-time students and non-Jewish guests who are not part of a congregant’s family will be admitted at no charge, with advance request and proper identification.
  • Parents & Adult Children (27 and older) of Temple members in good standing who are members at any Conservative or Orthodox congregation will receive reciprocal tickets upon receipt of a letter of reciprocity from their congregation. Please fax letters to Temple Israel at 330-665-2003. 

If you feel you qualify for a free Holiday Ticket please fill out the Ticket Request Form and email it to Kylee Burdohan or mail to Temple Israel, 91 Springside Drive, Akron, OH 44333

Qualifications for purchasing a ticket

  • Guests of members of Temple Israel (including parents and children 27 and older who are not members of another congregation) will be charged $36 per holiday (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur). If payment is not made in advance, the amount will be billed to the congregant.
  • Local non-affiliated residents can purchase guest admission for $36 per individual per holiday for High Holiday attendance (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur). Exceptions can be made in extenuating circumstances, subject to the review of the Dues and Membership Committee.

  High Holy Day guest tickets no longer available 

No one is denied admission because of financial hardship.
All requests will be reviewed confidentially by the Membership/Dues Committees.
Sun, October 21 2018 12 Cheshvan 5779