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High Holidays Reservations

  • Seat Reservations for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

    We request you make seat reservations so we can adequately plan for the needed space.

    The traditional service is designed to guide you step-by-step and will make you comfortable regardless of previous exposure and background. This, coupled with modern Jewish melodies and an easy to read prayer book will make this year’s High Holidays an enjoyable and meaningful experience. 

    Services are free of charge however we encourage, and GREATLY appreciate, donations to help cover our costs. 
    Chai Club members can reserve a seat free of charge. If you are not yet a Chai Club member please consider joining today!

    Suggested Donation*: $100 per seat | $360(max) per family 
      *Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds.

    If you prefer to make your reservations by phone, call 916 608 9811 

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  • Payment information: Donations are helpful, but not required.
    Suggested Donation*: $100 per seat | $360(max) per family 
                    *Nobody will be turned away for lack of funds.

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