CBINT High Holidays 2023

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High Holy Day Information

Erev Rosh Hashana
Rosh Hashana
Kol Nidre
Yom Kippur

Saturday, September 9
Friday, September 15
Saturday, September 16 / Sunday, September 17
September 24
September 25

Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid welcomes guests for the High Holy Days.  Guest tickets are required for admittance to services, and may be requested by CBINT members or directly by individuals according to the following guidelines:

  • United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) Synagogue Members
    • Out of town guests who are members of another USCJ-affiliate synagogue are eligible for reciprocal tickets at no charge.  We do ask for verification of membership from the home synagogue before issuing USCJ-affiliate guest tickets. 
  • Immediate Family of CBINT Members
    • CBINT members may request High Holy Day tickets for immediate family (mother, father, sister, brother, child, grandchild, grandparent) for a recommended donation of $54 per guest ticket.
  • Students
    • All students may request High Holy Day tickets at no charge.  ID may be requested to confirm student status.
  • All Other Guests
    • All other guests may request High Holy Day tickets for a recommended donation of $118 per guest ticket.

Per CBINT policy, those requesting guest tickets should provide the following information for themselves or their guests:

Phone number
Active or immediate prior synagogue affiliation*

*If the affiliation is with a local SE Wisconsin synagogue, we are providing guest tickets on the good faith assumption that that those requesting the tickets are, or were, at the end of their affiliation, “members in good standing” at their primary synagogue. 

To order tickets, please contact our synagogue office, 414-352-7310

High Holiday Babysitting

High Holiday Babysitting Sign-Up

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Community Break-Fast RSVP

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