Seat cards are issued to members who have met their financial obligation to the Temple for the past year and who have submitted their pledge forms for the current year. If this poses a problem, please contact Steve Rubinstein, Chairperson of our Finance Committee, at 914-318-9655. Note that we accept Visa and Mastercard if you wish to charge your pledge. The pledge form and the credit card payment form are available by clicking here. If you are not currently a member and would like to worship with us during the High Holy Days, please contact the Temple Office at 914-271-4705 ext. 121 to request guest seat cards.
There are two types of seat cards. (Seat cards are not required for children through age 22)
- Members and immediate family – regardless of where they reside. This includes parents, children, grandparent, grandchildren and their significant others
- Guests – all other relatives and guests.
The Multi-Generational High Holy Day services are designed to allow families with younger children to worship together and are appropriate for elementary school children and their families. These services are shorter than the adult services and include the essential prayers, a Torah service on Rosh Hashanah, rituals of the High Holy Days and a story in place of a sermon. The Multi-Generational Services are led by the rabbi, cantor and choir and are scheduled for:
Rosh Hashanah Day Thursday, September 21st 12:30 PM
Yom Kippur Evening (Kol Nidre) Friday, September 29th 6:00 PM
On Yom Kippur morning, Saturday, September 30th, children in grades K through 4 are invited to participate in our Special Activities Program, for which pre-registration is required. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your child’s name and grade.
We are also again offering a brief Children’s Program on Yom Kippur afternoon at 1:30 PM. This is an opportunity for families with pre-school, and young school-aged children to sing songs and hear a story together.
Please complete the form below to request your seat cards.