Congregation Beth Sholom invites you to share the High Holy Days with us this September!
The High Holy Days provide us with an unparalleled opportunity to take stock and reconnect with our deeper selves. Importantly, the spiritual drama and possibility of the “Days of Awe” are matched by the pleasure of spending time with so many friends, both old and new!
Tickets are required for ALL High Holy Days services except for Mincha & Ne’ila (September 30) and our Family Services.
Nonmember tickets must be for a specific service (e.g., Sanctuary or Koret Hall) and grant access to only the selected service. Tickets are required for entry to all services unless otherwise noted.
Renew Our Days: We are also delighted to welcome back Aviva Chernick, shaliach tzibbur (prayer leader), musician, and teacher, to lead Renew Our Days, a special, two-part service occurring on the mornings of Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur. Renew Our Days is open to all CBS High Holy Day ticket holders, but space is limited. Please reserve a ticket for the relevant day of services (e.g., Rosh Hashanah Day 1 or Yom Kippur) as well as the Renew Our Days service.
College student tickets: High Holy Days tickets are free for college students with presentation of a current student I.D.
Family Services: No tickets needed for our popular services for families with young children, which occur on Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur at 10 a.m. in the Makom Sholom Meditation Room.
How can I get to CBS?
CBS is easily accessible via public transportation. We are conveniently located near the 38 and 28 line Muni stop lines on Geary Boulevard, the 1 line on California Street, and the 2 line on Clement.
Street parking is available around CBS, although it can sometimes be challenging to find parking on our block. During the time of this event, there are no parking restrictions in effect.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email bjones [at] bethsholomsf [dot] org with any questions or call 415.940.7092.