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High Holiday Seating 5779

We are glad you'll be joining us for the Yomim Noraim. Please be aware of the following before filling out the form below:

  • SHUL MEMBERS: To receive member pricing, please make sure you are logged in to your account. 
  • Please note that you must clear all outstanding balances through the form below in order to reserve your seats. Payment can be made in full or you can set up a monthly payment plan. If you need to resolve a billing issue, please click here to contact our office. 
  • Seats are assigned on a first come first serve basis and unfortunately we cannot make any exceptions. 
  • No one will ever be denied membership/seats for financial reasons. Contact our office at office@baishaknesses.com or Rabbi Weiss at rabbi@baishaknesses.com if you would like to confidentially discuss any special circumstances.
  • Please use the seating map below to make your seat requests. You may list multiple seat numbers in case some are already taken. If you cannot see the image, click here for a PDF.

SEAT PRICING:

Shul Members: $150 Per Seat
Non-Members: $250 Per Seat
Children under Bar/Bat Mitzvah: $75

Total # of seats for Men and Women

Please enter the number(s) of your requested seats in the Note field below, to the right of Location. You may enter multiple numbers and we will do our best to accommodate based on availability.
Early Minyan: Those with seats in the Early Minyan will be assigned a seat in the main sanctuary as well for Mincha/Maariv. Feel free to make your seating preferences known in the Additional Notes section below.
Seat Requests
  * Name Location NoteMember Type
Please let us know if there's anything else we should be aware of (e.g., mobility issues, makom kavuah).

׳׳ותשובה ותפילה וצדקה מעבירין את רוע הגזירה׳׳

Roof Fund: The Shul faces a critical need to replace the Beis Medrash roof and repair our HVAC units. We are still several thousand dollars short and would greatly appreciate your contribution at this time. If you are able, please help us reach our goal and ensure a safe & dry Yom Tov season for all. 

 

Thu, September 20 2018 11 Tishrei 5779