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About Our Tickets

Every adult over 18 years old is required to have a ticket in hand to enter any High Holy Day service, including family and tot services.

Member Tickets

Tickets for Temple congregants are required for all of our Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah First Day, Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur worship services. Members in good standing automatically receive their High Holy Day tickets by USPS mail. Tickets are going in the mail the week of August 28.

For Temple Members Only: Immediate Out-of-Town Relative Ticket Request Form

Members requesting tickets for immediate out-of-town relatives (parents, siblings or grown children) should fill out the appropriate ticket request form. Click on the link below to complete and submit or print out and mail in the Out of Town Visitors Ticket Request Form. Tickets are $50 per person, per holiday

High Holy Days 5784 Immediate Out of Town Relative Visitor Ticket Request Form

(Tickets are $50 per person, per holiday)

Union for Reform Judaism
High Holy Day Courtesy Seating

If you have visitors who belong to an out of town URJ congregation and who wish to worship with us during the high holy days:

Please have your visitors contact their synagogue to receive a High Holy Day Courtesy Seating Request Form. This Form is recognized by Temple Ushers for admittance. That congregation will also mail the form to us for additional verification.

If you wish to attend High Holy Day services at an out of town Union for Reform Judaism congregation:

Please call us at 404.873.1731 or email us at and provide us with the name of the congregation (if you know it), the city and state. We will complete a URJ High Holy Day Courtesy Seating Request Form on your behalf and send it to both you and the out of town congregation. Please follow the instructions on the form to make your arrangements with the out of town congregation.


Visitor Tickets for those not yet members of The Temple

Members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend Tot and Family Services in Schwartz Goldstein Hall and other services in the visitor/overflow spaces.  Please complete our visitor ticket pre-registration form and then see the friendly staff and lay leaders stationed at the Help and Information tables in the lobby to obtain visitor tickets.

Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) Reciprocal Seating 

Are You a Temple Member Traveling During the High Holy Days?
If you are a Temple member traveling during the High Holy Days and would like to worship elsewhere, please call our office at 404.873.1731 for assistance. Please fill out the URJ's Courtesy Seating Request Form here.Are You Having Visitors During the High Holy Days?
The Temple offers courtesy seating to members of other Reform congregations. If you have relatives who are members at an out-of-town synagogue, please have them ask their synagogue to contact us at 404.873.1731.


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