Say goodbye to the paper ticket and hello to DIGITAL!

As we continue to welcome the community forward, we are excited to launch e-tickets for our in-person High Holy Day experiences. Paper tickets will not be mailed this year and all members in good standing will need to acquire e-tickets to attend our services and family programs. Visit our FAQ below for answers to all your questions. Should you need assistance, please contact 480-951-0323 or email ggilmartin@cbiaz.org.

TICKET POLICY

Members

All CBI member-family units in good standing (prior year membership contributions paid in full and 25% of current year membership paid),  will receive two tickets. These tickets will be identifiable as ‘member’ tickets and are meant for use by members only. Single-unit CBI members will receive one ticket.

Every CBI member-Family-unit will receive two tickets. Single-unit CBI members will receive one ticket. Additional tickets will be charged $180 for guests of CBI Members.

Guests

CBI Members in good standing may also purchase tickets for family & guests for $180 per ticket. A Guest Ticket includes all services for either Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur. Tickets can be purchased for the One Voice Family Service only for $180 per immediate family.  Guest Tickets are available for purchase for all other individuals not affiliated with CBI.

Children, College Students & Military Personnel

Pre-college-age children/students accompanied by a CBI member DO NOT require a ticket. College students with an official Student ID and/or Active-Duty US Military Personnel with an official identification DO NOT require tickets.

Reciprocal Tickets

Reform Congregation Reciprocity – Non-CBI members who are currently affiliated with a Reform Movement (URJ) Synagogue may obtain a “Reciprocity Form” from their home congregation. Forms need to be sent via email to Gail Gilmartin, ggilmartin@cbiaz.org no later than Friday, August 27, 2021. Tickets will then be placed in “Will Call”.


Tickets are required for the following services:

ROSH HASHANAH*

Mon, Sep 6 – Erev Rosh Hashanah Service, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
Tue, Sep 7 – Rosh Hashanah Morning Service, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
Tue, Sep 7 – Rosh Hashanah One Voice Family Service, Congregation Beth Israel

YOM KIPPUR*

Wed, Sep 15 – Kol Nidre Service, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
Thr, Sep 16 – Yom Kippur Morning Service, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
Thr, Sep 16 – Yom Kippur One Voice Family Service, Congregation Beth Israel

*Member Tickets include access to all Services for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur


FAQs:

DO I NEED A TICKET?

We respect our members who generously provide Tzedakah year-after-year to our CBI community and require tickets out of a sense of fairness to you for your ongoing support. Furthermore, requiring each adult attendee to have their own individual ticket upon entry helps our greeters and security personnel toward providing a safe and secure environment for all our worshipers.

WHEN WILL WE RECEIVE TICKETS?

Tickets will be virtual this year with the introduction of our e-ticketing process. An email will be sent to all Members during the first week of August with instructions on how to obtain your e-tickets through the CBI website.

IF I DO NOT RECEIVE MY E-TICKET, WHAT DO I DO?

If you have questions regarding the e-ticket process or are unable to receive your tickets virtually, please contact the CBI office at 480-951-0323 before August 27th . Arrangements will be made to retrieve your tickets from “Will Call” at High Holy Day services.

DOES MY MEMBERSHIP CONTRIBUTION NEED TO BE PAID IN ORDER TO RECEIVE TICKETS?

To receive your tickets for the High Holy Days, your membership contribution must be paid for the prior year and at least 25% paid for this fiscal year. If special arrangements are needed, please contact Robin Roeder, 480-951-0323 or rroeder@cbiaz.org to discuss.

CAN GUEST TICKETS BE PURCHASED FOR SERVICES?

We welcome all guests to join CBI for High Holy Days.  A guest ticket includes access to the evening and daytime services for either Rosh Hashanah OR Yom Kippur.

Our pricing guide is as follows:

FAMILY SERVICES ONLY | One Voice Family Service

Rosh Hashanah-Tuesday, September 7, 2pm
Yom Kippur-Wednesday, September 15, 2pm

A Family Guest Ticket may be purchased for a Family Service for $180. This includes immediate family. Extended family would need to purchase additional tickets.

TOT YONTIF (RH), TASHLICH, HEALING, YIZKOR, NEILAH & HAVDALLAH SERVICES (YK)

There is no fee and tickets are not required to attend, but reservations are required.


**Guest Tickets purchased by non-members may be applied toward a New Member Contribution for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.