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YISE High Holidays 5784

Welcome!

Welcome to the new online one-stop-shop for YISE High Holidays seats, etc.! For more information about High Holidays at YISE, please see our webpage, or email us at seats@yise.org.

If you would like to complete one part of this form now and another later, you can complete the form multiple times. However, once you register for any seats, if you need to make any seating changes, you'll need to contact us at seats@yise.org.
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If you are a member of YISE, please log in, so you can access member pricing. Use the "Login" button at the top-right of this page and the email address associated with your YISE account. Whether you already knew or not, if you are a member, you do have an account. For step-by-step instructions to access it, see this page.

Non-members are welcome to complete this form without logging in; if you have an account with YISE, you may also log in to associate with your billing account, skip the contact information step on the form, and enable paying by check.

For additional help, email us at seats@yise.org. If all else fails, you can print out the paper form found here, fill it out, and mail it to the shul office.

1) Choose how many of each type of seats you are requesting.
We'll ask you to specify who will sit in each location, for which holiday[s], in Step 2.
Seats for Non-Members:
Seats for Non-Members:
Ages 13 to 18 and college and yeshiva students
Ages 13 to 18 and college and yeshiva students
Ages 6 to 12
Ages 6 to 12

2) Indicate who will use each requested seat, in which location, for which holiday[s].
  • Under "When," select "RH" for Rosh Hashanah, "YK" for Yom Kippur, or both of them for both.
  • Under "Notes," indicate seating preferences or any special requirements (e.g. wheelchair). If you leave blank, we'll assume you prefer same as last year (if applicable).
    • For the Belonofsky Sanctuary and Social Hall, you may indicate your preference by seat number if you like. Please consult this seating chart.
    • There are no seats left in the Social Hall for Rosh Hashanah. Request for seats in the Social Hall for Rosh Hashanah will get seats in the Belonofsky Sanctuary.
    • The Sephardic Minyan features open seating.
  • We will have an Ashkenazic Neitz minyan starting at 6:00 am on Rosh Hashanah mornings. Those who reserve seats at this minyan will also be assigned a seat in one of the other locations for all services other than Rosh Hashanah morning. To reserve a Neitz seat, please select the location where you would like your other seat to be, and indicate "Neitz" in the notes section.
  * Name Location When Notes

3) Sign up children for childcare.
The Young Israel Shomrai Emunah Youth Department is pleased to offer High Holiday child care services for children ages 2-9, in the following sessions:
  • Rosh Hashanah Day 1 (Saturday, September 16): 9:00 am - End of services
  • Rosh Hashanah Day 2 (Sunday, September 17): 9:00 am - End of services
  • Yom Kippur Shacharis (Monday, September 25) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Yom Kippur Mincha/Neila (Monday, September 25) 4:45pm - 7:45pm
The cost is $15 per child, per session. Complimentary childcare is available for children in the following categories:
  • Children (ages 6 - 9) for whom a seat in shul is purchased
  • Children of Full or Associate Members who purchase at least two adult seats (at least one in case of single-parent households)
  • Children of Premium Members
While your child is at child care, a parent must be onsite in the YISE building. The deadline for childcare sign-up will was Friday, September 1. For more information on the childcare program, please click here, or email Youth Director Sharon Shimoff at sshimoff@yise.org.
Child 1:
Child 2:
Child 3:
Child 4:

4) If you have any requests for honors or other special requests, please list them here.

5) Please contribute to our appeals!

In response to a friend's inquiry about my vision for the shul, I replied, "Shomrai is a place where I want you to come early, and linger longer." I would like the shul to be a place where we obtain not only religious and spiritual growth, but also opportunities to forge friendships and build camaraderie. A place where our common Torah experience can be a foundation for fellowship, and a place where casual get-togethers lay the groundwork for community building.

We're on the road already. ...

To read the rest of the appeal by President Josh Seidemann, click here.

The Kol Nidrei appeal supports general synagogue operations. The Yom Kippur appeal supports YISE's vibrant youth program. Please contribute generously to both.
Supporting general synagogue operations
Supporting the youth program


6) Would you like to place New Year’s Greetings in the Rosh Hashanah issue of HaShomer?

The Rosh Hashanah issue of HaShomer will print the traditional New Year’s Greetings from our members. Since each greeting requires typing or specific lettering and layout, we ask that you please send your greeting by Wednesday, August 16, to give time for this additional work. Questions? Call Simi at the Shul office, 301-593-4465 x103.

Preferred format is an image file or PDF matching the ordered ad size.

7) Sponsor the Yizkor Guide.
 

The YISE Yizkor Guide will once again be available in 5784. It will contain specific tehillim, Yizkor passages and K'ail Malei Rachamimim in the order said in our Shul and will be used for all 4 Yizkor services of the year (Yom Kippur, Shemini Atzeres, Pesach and Shavuos).

We are asking for your assistance in sponsoring the production of the 5784 Guide. For more information and to sponsor, please visit the Yizkor Guide webpage.

8) Click "Proceed to Payment" and pay.
The treasurer (treasurer@yise.org), the president (president@yise.org), or Rabbi Rosenbaum may be contacted to discuss deferred payments or other arrangements to accommodate the affordability of your reservation. These discussions will be held in strictest confidence and with every effort made to ensure your ability to join us for all High Holiday services.
Sat, June 15 2024 9 Sivan 5784