Tickets for Non-Members

If you are not a Romemu member, we ask you to step in and join or renew your membership today. Membership includes complimentary High Holy Day tickets. 

If you’re looking to just join us for the High Holy Days, please purchase your tickets by clicking here.

How you will be receiving your tickets:

NON-MEMBERS: Services Will-Call/Pick Up 

All tickets will be held at the front desks at every service. Please allow yourself extra time before the service starts to check in at our front desk.

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE: As an added security measure for this High Holy Day season, we will be checking identification at the door. We please ask you arrive 10 minutes before you originally would. Thank you! 


Ticket Types/ Prices for Non-Members: 

Full High Holy Days Pass

  • Admission to ALL Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services 
  • Admission to our intergenerational family services and subsequent children’s programming 
  • Access to childcare/ babysitting services 
  • Entrance to your choice of Yom Kippur afternoon breakout sessions

Adult Non-Members (Ages 18+): $780
Child Non-Members (Ages 3-17): $380
Child Non-Members (Ages 0-2): Free
Student Non-Members: $150

Single Holiday Pass 

  • Admission to Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur services
  • Admission to our intergenerational family services and subsequent children’s programming on Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur
  • Access to childcare/ babysitting services on Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur

Adult Non-Members (Ages 18+): $400
Child Non-Members (Ages 3-17): $200
Child Non-Members (Ages 0-2): Free
Student Non-Members: $75

Children & Family Services Pass***

  • Admission to our intergenerational family services and subsequent children’s programming on both Rosh Hashanah AND Yom Kippur
  • ***Please note: This pass is meant for adults and children that plan to join us for children/family programming ONLY. This pass does NOT include access to the services in the main sanctuary. 

$200 per family (up to 2 adults and up to 4 children through the age of 18) for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur