Tickets to High Holidays services are issued to CBE members in good standing, for adults and for children up through college age. Congregants may purchase extra tickets for family members ($75 suggested), and non-members may purchase tickets ($350 adult and $75 college or younger, suggested) by downloading this ticket ordering form and returning it to the CBE office.
No cost reciprocal tickets are available to family members who belong to a synagogue outside of our area upon recept, by September 3, of written confirmation of their membership in good standing from their synagogue.
The High Holidays are the perfect time to welcome prospective new members to our CBE community. If you are considering joining CBE and would like to attend High Holiday services as our guest for the first time, please call 978-263-3061 or email email@example.com and we will be glad to reserve tickets for you and tell you more about CBE membership and reduced rates for new members.
As always, no one will be denied admission due to financial constraints; however, arrangements for adjustments in dues or ticket fees much be made prior to the High Holidays by contacting the synagogue office.
We welcome and heartily encourage member participation in our High Holidays services. To take part in this year's services, visit our sign-up page or contact Arye Hess or Stacey Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org. Participation is available in English and non-speaking roles, as well as in Hebrew.
Children's services and childcare
We are proud to offer a full range of children's services, for grades K through 8. To register your child, please download this form and return it by Tuesday, September 4.
We offer childcare for ages 3 months through pre-K. To register your child, please download this form and return it by Tuesday, September 4.
All children (through grade 8) of members in good standing are encouraged to register for one of the children's programs, either childcare or children's services. Cost for either program is $18 per child, $36 max per family.
Our High Holiday service leaders and program coordinators are always looking for a few parents, or high school teens, who may wish to attend the children’s services or help out with snacks, crafts, etc. We would like to identify these individuals to the service leaders as a back up source of adult assistants. If you are willing to help or serve as a back up if the need arises, please fill out this form and return it to the synagogue office.
To donate to the High Holiday appeal, please visit our Donate Online page, and select High Holiday Appeal from the fund menu.
High Holidays 2018/5779
Saturday, September 1
"Personal Healing, Global Healing: Self Care as a Path to Lasting Change"
Sunday, September 9
7:30 PM Rosh Hashanah Evening Service
Monday, September 10
9:30 AM Rosh Hashanah Morning Service (and Children's Service)