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Member Tickets: If you have not yet completed your Membership commitment, please call 415-479-3441 or complete online at to ensure that you will receive your High Holy Day tickets. Tickets were emailed on Friday, September 1 from SimpleTix. Please check your inbox or spam folder. We will not print tickets this year. Children and dependents under the age of 26 do not need a separate ticket.

Courtesy Tickets: A limited number of Adult Courtesy Tickets are available for $180 for your guests who aren't affiliated with a synagogue. All forms are available online only.

Reciprocity Tickets: If you are traveling and wish to visit another synagogue's High Holy Day services, please fill out the Reciprocity Ticket Form. All forms are available online only.


Most High Holy Day services will take place at the Marin Center's Exhibit Hall, with the exception of 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah, which will take place at the Osher Marin JCC. You do not need to register to attend in person services. Registration is only required if planning on joining via Zoom. Please check our calendar listing for the services, registrations and links.


Chef Jeff's Mitzvah Kitchen is baking up round challahs in honor of Rosh Hashanah ($6 each)! Ordering has closed. Pickup on Friday, September 15, from 10:00am - 1:00 pm.


We honor our family and friends who have died by bringing together their names on our virtual* Memorial Roll, which is displayed at Yizkor (memorial service) on Yom Kippur afternoon. All names included previously will be included this year as well. *To uphold our commitment to sustainability, our Memorial Roll will be displayed on a screen that welcomes you outside the service, with downloadable copies available as well.


We are looking for congregants who can help create a welcoming and inclusive environment at all High Holy Days services. Please click here for more information and to sign up.


Marin County's food banks, shelters, and soup kitchens rely on the donations they receive from our community to keep their shelves stocked. Bring non-perishable food to donate to the SF-Marin Food Bank and JFCS Food Pantry barrels, during High Holy Day services. Barrels will be available outside of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services.


Advance registration is not required for all virtual programs. Zoom and Facebook Live links will be provided in advance of the service or program to all congregants. 


To honor our commitment to sustainability, all High Holy Day tickets, information, and order and volunteer forms are available ONLINE ONLY. Printed materials will be available in limited quantities in-person services . We are proud to use recyclable and compostable products at all receptions.

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