The only reserved seating is for current and past presidents, clergy family and the physically challenged. Seats may not be reserved or held for any service except for congregants who are parking cars. Fifteen minutes before services start, ushers will ask you to relinquish any seats you are holding. If you need reserved seating because of a physical condition, please notify the temple office in advance of the service(s) you plan to attend and accommodations will be made.
Signers are Available
Congregants have volunteered to sign for the rabbis’ sermons if there is a request for this service. If you are hearing impaired and can be assisted by a sign language interpreter for the sermons, please call the temple office at 487-0900 in advance of the service(s) you plan to attend and we will make the appropriate arrangements.
Hearing Enhancement System
Our Hearing Enhancement System is available for use during services held in the sanctuary. If you require use of the system, headsets are available. You can request a headset on your High Holy Days ticket request form or call the temple office at 487-0900 ext. 110 in advance of the service(s) you plan to attend. You will be asked to leave your driver’s license or a credit card as a form of security and as a reminder to you to return the headset before leaving the temple.
To ensure the safety and comfort of all congregants, a specific area has been designated for the seating of individuals who are wheelchair-bound. If you require a place for your wheelchair and you have not already noted your request on your High Holy Day ticket request form, please notify the temple office in advance of the service(s) you plan to attend so appropriate accommodations can be made.
Large Print Prayer Books
Made possible by generous support from the Sisterhood Helen Zaner Services for the Blind Fund, large print prayers books are available for use on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Requests for the use of large print book can be made on your High Holy Day Ticket Request Form.