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Barnert Temple's High HolIDays Ticket Policy


There is no fee for members, their children (including adult children), and their parents. 

Each Barnert member will receive one white ticket/adult member.  (Dependent children do not require or receive tickets.)  A white ticket is for seating in the Sanctuary or Social Hall, until the space is full. 

  • Members can receive additional white tickets for immediate family, including adult children and parents.  (College-aged children of members do not need tickets.)  There is no fee for these tickets.
  • Guest tickets for other family members are $54 each.  These will also be white tickets.
  • Family members who belong to another synagogue may receive complimentary white tickets by providing the Office with a letter from their home synagogue indicating they are members in good standing.


  • Non-member tickets for those attending for the first or second year(s) are complimentary.
  • Non-member tickets for those attending for more than two years, or former congregants, cost $500/adult ticket and $100/child under 18 year.  (This reflects a policy in effect for the last several years, and has been - and will continue to be - communicated via the letter that accompanies the ticket.)
  • All non-members receive a blue ticket for seating in the Library or Youth Lounge.
  • Non-members' children are welcome to attend and worship in our main service and require a ticket.
  • A ticket is required for all High Holiday worship services, including Yizkor.
  • Tickets for non-members include the invitation to participate in our worship year-round: Sukkot and Simchat Torah, Shabbat, and all of our sacred celebrations.  We welcome your participation beyond the High Holidays!

Obtaining tickets (Guests and Non-Members)

Tickets for Full Members will be mailed home.  Non-Member and guest tickets must be picked up in person at the Temple during one of the pick-up dates and times listed below. To request family-guest tickets, please complete the Family Guest Ticket Request Form you received in your High Holiday packet.  If you are a non-member, bring your identification and form of payment to one of the dates/times listed below.  The required forms will be made available to you.

Rosh Hashanah begins on the evening of Sunday, September 29

Member Guests and Non-Member ticket pick up dates and times are:

Sunday, August 26.................... 9 am – 11:30 am

Wednesday, August 29............. 6 – 8 pm

Thursday, August 30................ 6 – 8 pm

Tuesday, September 4.............. 10 am – 12 pm

Wednesday, September 5......... 1 pm – 3 pm

Thursday, September 6............ 6 – 8:30 pm

Friday, September 7................. 10 am – 12 pm and 5 – 6:45 pm

Thursday, September 13.......... 6 – 8 pm

Sunday, September 16.............. 9 – 11:30 am

  • Please complete and mail your request form so that tickets will be ready for pick up or bring your completed form with you.
  • Office Angels will be available to assist with tickets during Office hours from September 3 to September 7. Office staff will not be handling tickets.
  • If there is a timing challenge please contact: Diane Kaplan, High Holiday Ticket Coordinator, at (973) 809-8526.
  • If you did not receive your personal tickets in the mail, contact the Office at (201) 848-1800.


Please Note

A gentle reminder that financial obligations must be met prior to receiving tickets.

Wed, July 8 2020 16 Tammuz 5780