Tickets

A Note on Ticket Availability:

We have now reached maximum capacity for all main High Holy Day services in Manhattan. Regrettably, we are no longer able to accommodate ticket requests for any holiday.  

Children & Family Services Passes are still available, but do NOT include access to the services in the main sanctuary. To purchase a Children & Family Services Pass, please click here

If you are looking for an alternate way to daven with Romemu this Yom Kippur, we encourage you to click here to get more information about our services in Brooklyn (led by Hazzan Basya Schechter and Rabbi Abby Sosland), for which there are still tickets available.  

Thank you for your understanding.


If you are an active member and/ or have already purchased tickets, they are available for collection in two ways:

Office/ Services Pick-Up

All tickets may be picked up in advance of the holidays at the Romemu office (43 Central Park North) during weekdays from Tuesday, August 28 to Wednesday, September 5 between 10 AM and 5 PM. Tickets will also be available for pickup at Friday night/ Saturday morning services on September 7 and 8 at West End Presbyterian Church at 165 West 105th Street. 

Will-Call

All tickets not picked up at the Romemu office by September 5 at 5 PM will be held at the registration desks at all services. Please allow yourself extra time before the service starts to pick up your tickets.

 
If you have any questions about picking up your tickets, please call our office at (212) 580-4294.

Ticket Information:

Romemu Members***

Most Romemu memberships come with tickets to our High Holy Day services. ***Please note: If you are an active Romemu member with a membership that includes High Holy Day tickets, you do not need to take any further action to secure the tickets included in your membership. You will receive a separate communication regarding your tickets. 

Guests of Romemu Members

Tickets are no longer available for purchase. Guests of members who already have tickets should click here to register for meals and/ or to sign up to volunteer. 

Non-Members

Tickets are no longer available for purchase. Non-members who already have tickets should click here to register for meals and/ or to sign up to volunteer.  

Ticket Types/ Prices: 

Full High Holy Days Pass AT MAXIMUM CAPACITY – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

  • 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
  • Admission to our “Share the Love” lunch on Rosh Hashanah

Adult Guests of Members (Ages 18+): $360
Child Guests of Members (Ages 3-17): $210
Child Guests of Members (Ages 0-2): Free
Student Guests of Members: $210

Adult Non-Members (Ages 18+): $700
Child Non-Members (Ages 3-17): $300
Child Non-Members (Ages 0-2): Free
Student Non-Members: $300

Single Holiday Pass AT MAXIMUM CAPACITY – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

  • Admission to Rosh Hashanah services (Yom Kippur has reached maximum capacity)
  • Admission to our intergenerational family services and subsequent children’s programming on Rosh Hashanah
  • Access to childcare/ babysitting services on Rosh Hashanah
  • Admission to our “Share the Love” lunch on Rosh Hashanah (For those who select a single holiday pass for Rosh Hashanah)

Adult Guests of Members (Ages 18+): $200
Child Guests of Members (Ages 3-17): $130
Child Guests of Members (Ages 0-2): Free
Student Guests of Members: $130

Adult Non-Members (Ages 18+): $360
Child Non-Members (Ages 3-17): $180
Child Non-Members (Ages 0-2): Free
Student Non-Members: $180

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. 

$180 per family (up to 2 adults and up to 4 children through the age of 18) for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur