Tickets are required for entry
Entrance to all congregational evening and morning High Holy Days services are strictly by non-transferable ticket. Prior to the High Holy Days period, members are automatically sent to members in good standing. Tickets are mailed from the temple prior to Rosh Hashanah.

No reserved seats
There is no reserved seating for any services at Temple Beth-El, except for past presidents and members with aliyot.

Tickets for family members and guests
There is no charge for High Holy Day tickets for temple members and their children (and spouses) under 26 years of age. Tickets for children and grandchildren 26 years of age and above (and spouses) are $50 for each ticket. Tickets for grandchildren of temple members under age 26 are $36 for each ticket.

Guest tickets are available for other out-of-town relatives and guests living 50 miles outside of the Great Neck area at a cost of $180 for one holiday and $225 for both holidays. 

Additional ticket request forms will be included in your high holiday ticket mailing and can also be requested through the main office.

Reciprocal tickets
Very often it is possible to make arrangements for college students who will be away from home for the High Holy Days to obtain courtesy or reciprocal tickets for services at a Reform temple closest to his/her campus. This is also true if a member is away during the High Holy Days. Please complete the Reciprocal Ticket Request Form and return to the Temple office at least three weeks prior to the High Holy Days.