The following is the High Holy Day information for for 5774 (September 2013).
- Click here for a complete High Holy Day schedule.
- Reserve now for child care and youth services.
- We need your help as a volunteer usher! To volunteer, please click here.
- To download the reservation form, click here.
High Holy Day Reserved Seating
For those who wish we will again offer reserved seats. You will be given the opportunity to select your own seat, subject to availability. To assist in your selection contact the synagogue office staff and they will be happy to help you. If you have any questions, do call the office at (619) 697-6001. You may click here or, if you prefer, complete the reservation form to reserve your seats in writing. Fees for purchasing a reserved seat are in addition to fees, if any, for a regular ticket.
If you have family or friends who would like to spend the holidays at TIS we are happy to offer reciprocity to those who are members of other synagogues. Please have a letter faxed to us at (619) 697-1102 from their home congregation stating that your guests are members in good standing and we will gladly provide free HHD tickets.
If you are planning on attending another synagogue, please let us know and we will be happy to send a letter asking that tickets be provided for you. Contact Kandice Zelaskowski at (619) 697-6001 or by email. Please note that we cannot guarantee the reciprocity of any other congregation.
You may click here or return the reservation form to reserve tickets for each of your guests. Please indicate if your companions are unaffiliated in-town or out-of-town guests, adult unaffiliated single children of members ages 28 and younger, active military and their dependents, college students, or members in good standing of another synagogue. Be sure to include your guests’ full names and let them know that we will require a photo ID.
Reserve Your HHD Parking Space
Wouldn’t it be nice to pull into the parking lot and know exactly where you will be parking throughout the Holidays? For $180, let us make sure this is your experience. We will be reserving the lower level of the parking lot where we have forty parking spaces available. These spaces will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Please complete the section for reserved parking on the reservation form or click here to reserve your space online.
When Should I Expect My Tickets?
Your High Holy Day Tickets will be sent to you the week of August 5. Remember that your 2012-13 financial obligations to the synagogue must be current and you will be required to have paid all dues for the 2013-14 year or be on a payment plan before the tickets are mailed to prevent delays. If you have any questions regarding your financial obligations, please call the synagogue office at (619) 697-6001.
Jewish Family Service ‘On the Go’ Helping Seniors Get to Shul
Remember that Jewish Family Service of San Diego and the Jewish Senior Services Council have a multi-faceted transportation service to serve San Diego’s older adult population. Be sure to make your reservations for transportation to our High Holy Day services early. Need more information about the program? Call (877) 634-6537 or visit Jewish Family Service’s website.
Lulav and Etrog Sets
A limited number of Lulav and Etrog sets are available for $58 each. You can reserve your set by clicking here. They will be sold on a first come first served basis.
Celebrate the High Holy Days in style!
Join the growing number of Tifereth Israel Synagogue worshipers who wear kittels during the High Holy Days.
Don’t know what a kittel is? Click here for all the details.
Our deadline has now passed, but those of you who ordered will be notified when the kittels arrive and are ready to be picked up at TIS.
High Holy Day Pledge
To make your High Holy Day pledge online, please click here.
We would like to thank the gracious folks at World of Judaica for permission to use the photograph of the beautiful kudu horn shofar on this page. World of Judaica provides top service, quality and value when purchasing products made in Israel.